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Susie Brubaker-Cole standing near sandstone columns
May 4 2018
Seven months into her new job as vice provost for student affairs, Susie Brubaker-Cole talks about the mental health and well-being challenges facing students and the initiatives her division is pursuing to support a welcoming and inclusive campus culture.
Photo of front of campus
Apr 27 2018
Susie Brubaker-Cole, vice provost for student affairs, is forming a committee of faculty, senior staff members and students to review community needs regarding space for campus community centers and community-serving groups.
Harry Elam speaking to the FAculty Senate
Apr 27 2018
Stanford is working to find better ways to support undergraduate students in their academic journey – including through additional resources for first-generation students, new first-year learning opportunities, strengthening the advising program and more attention to student health and well-being.
Photo of Qitong Cao
Apr 27 2018
Qitong “Tom” Cao, a senior majoring in political science, is simultaneously earning a master’s degree in management science and engineering, with an emphasis on computational social science. He will represent his native country, China, as a 2018 Rhodes Scholar.
Assistant dean of diversity Femi Ogundele assists N’Naserri Carew-Johnson  during Admit Weekend 2017
Apr 26 2018
More than 2,730 prospective first-year students, parents and guests will be on campus for Admit Weekend 2018, which opened Thursday, April 26, with welcome events and tours.

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