Diversity and Inclusion Innovation Funds (DIF) is a pilot program that supports Stanford graduate students and postdoctoral scholars in the development of a project that will advance diversity within those populations.
Marlette Jackson, who recently earned a doctorate in political science at Stanford, said she is grateful for the constellation of mentors – faculty, students and staff – who encouraged the first-generation college student to reach for the stars.
The article highlights Marlette's experiences with...
The Stanford Alumni Association recently recognized undergraduate and graduate students with the 2018 Outstanding Achievement Award, Class of 2018 Award of Excellence and 2018 Graduate Student Community Impact Award.
The 2018 Graduate Student Community Impact Award was given to 34 graduate students...
Eight Stanford undergraduate and graduate students were recently recognized with 2018 James W. Lyons Awards for their service to the Stanford and surrounding communities through their departments, teams, clubs, residences and community projects.
Award winner Tina Cheuk is a 2014 EDGE Fellow and DIF...
Originally from Alaska, Cooper Galvin is fourth-year Stanford graduate student in biophysics who is striving to make science accessible to all. Vivian Lam caught up with him on campus.
Cooper Galvin is a SPICE funding recipient and DIF funding recipient.
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