University policies on advising and the conduct of research, and other policies within these guides, apply to all faculty and the graduate students or postdoctoral scholars they advise.
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In addition, to illustrate and augment university policies, departments and programs may establish specific expectations and requirements for academic advising.
Specifies that all matriculated graduate students must be advised by a faculty member, to be designated within students’ first quarter of enrollment.
Summarizes Stanford's policies and practices related to research, including obligations to students, staff, and sponsors.
Specifies that all members of the Stanford community are responsible for sustaining the University’s highest ethical standards and values.
Expands on GAP policy noted above, including change of advisor procedures.
Outlines responsibilities of faculty advisors and postdoctoral scholars.
Describes requirement that faculty advisors and postdoctoral scholars complete annual Individual Development Plans.