Haas Center Endowments and Named Funds

Names of donors appear in parentheses below fund name if not the same. For a list of Annual Fund donors, visit Stanford's Honor Roll.

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Intellectual Roundtable

The Intellectual Roundtable is a focused conversation around a contemporary or historical issue relevant to the Black Community.  This noontime discussion occurs on Fridays over lunch in the Black Community Services Center Lo

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Student-Led Affiliates

students in NicaraguaWhile the Haas Center supports more than 100 public service Voluntary Student Organizations (VSOs) on campus, there are three groups with which the Haas Center has a special relationship: Alternative Spring Break (ASB), Stanford in Government (SIG), and Students for a Sustainable Stanford (SSS). Distinguishing characteristics of Student-Led Affiliates of the Haas Center for Public Service include:

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

Martin Luther King, Jr.Freedom Riders Documentary Film by Stanley Nelson

Thursday, January 13 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm in Annenberg Auditorium, Cummings Art Building, 435 Lausen Mall

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Program Evaluation Request for Proposals

Release Date:  January 11, 2011

You are invited to submit a Proposal for services to perform a program evaluation for the Haas Center for Public Service (HCPS) at Stanford University. HCPS is a division of the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs (SA). SA is unique in that its units traverse both academic and nonacademic areas, providing programs and services focused on student development, intellectual engagement, diversity and multiculturalism, and community and responsibility, among others.

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Peace Corps 50th Anniversary Celebration

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Thank you to all who attended and made possible Stanford's 50th Anniversary Peace Corps Celebration. Watch this site for a link to pictures and more in the coming months.

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Resident Tutor

***IMPORTANT: Please make sure to read the eligibility guidlines and the selection 

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Video discussion questions

Suggestion: If time and inclination allow, stop the video after each segment and pose one question for discussion, then at the end, go back to explore one or more of the general questions (“Overall”). 

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Theresa Metz

Theresa MetzTheresa Metz

Program Director, East Palo Alto Stanford Academy (EPASA)
Room 305
(650) 723–5786
mtmetz@stanford.edu

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