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.
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.
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.
The Faculty Senate voted April 12 to allow individual Stanford schools to decide whether they will require scores from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) for graduate admission, replacing a university-wide requirement with school-by-school discretion.