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The resources listed here include offices, articles, websites, slides, and other sources of information useful to graduate students. Use the search to find what you're looking for.

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H-STEP Fellowship

A joint program by the School of Humanities and Sciences and the Graduate School of Education, the H-STEP fellowship offers PhD graduates a fully-funded opportunity to start a career in secondary school teaching. Accepted students will receive fellowships to attend STEP, a highly-competitive, 12-month program that yields both a Master of Arts in Education and a preliminary California Single Subject Teaching Credential. Applications are due in January; apply up to 18 months before your intended graduation quarter, but not after. Interested applicants should schedule a counseling appointment with Viviana Alcazar.

Last modified 12/02/2014

Stanford Values

The Graduate Life Office's brief introduction to Stanford's conduct policies, including the Honor Code and the Fundamental Standard. Also addresses acts of intolerance and relationship abuse, sexual violence, and harassment. Links to resources for additional information and support. 

Last modified 08/14/2014

Career Presentations Archive

BioSci Careers offers an archive of past career presentations. Explore these various presentation documents and videos to gain valuable career advice from a wide range of experts in Bioscience fields. A great opportunity to get key career tips, even if you missed the live version!

Last modified 10/05/2017

Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research (CIDR) Workshops

The Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research (CIDR) is a team of technology specialists, researchers, and software developers who provide a wide range of services in support of the humanities, social sciences, and related domains. The center offers regular workshops on tools, techniques, and methods as part of its mission to provide training in technical academic research practices and applied research methods. Check out their workshop offerings today! 

Last modified 09/21/2017

Handshake

Handshake is an online platform that provides Stanford students with opportunities, connections, events, and content related to their career aspirations and interests. Employers also access Handshake to post positions, create events, and connect with students.

Last modified 09/09/2015

Uncovering Authentic Leadership (Voice & Influence Series)

Often individuals feel they must assimilate or hide parts of who they are in order to be included and accepted. Covering is a strategy that downplays a known disfavored identity. Kenji Yoshino is an NYU Law Professor who presents "uncovering" as a new cultural paradigm of inclusion and diversity. This video emphasizes personal storytelling and finding common ground in order to build empathy and a truly authentic executive presence. A downloadable pdf and links to further resources are also included.

Last modified 08/10/2018

Online Tutoring for Writing and Speaking

Are you off-campus for a quarter, but still wanting support from the Hume Center for writing and speaking? If so, you can arrange to meet with a Hume tutor via Skype. Visit this website to learn more and sign up for an appointment. 

Last modified 09/07/2016

Designing Effective Discussion Questions

This Teaching Commons resource can help you learn to ask questions that promote thoughtful, active course discussions. Includes an overview of question types and their use as well as brief advice on discussion management. 

Last modified 09/24/2015

Failure, Resilience and Good Advising

This article from the Teaching Commons discusses the kinds of failures that students may face, and how good advising techniques can help them develop coping skills and build resilience. Especially useful for TAs, instructors, and mentors. Includes links to related resources. 

Last modified 08/20/2014

Funding Resources

It can be overwhelming to navigate the many and varied funding opportunities, both from the federal government and from the private or non-profit sector. This resource allows you to search thousands of funding opportunities from one search engine. Find your next grant here!

Last modified 10/30/2016

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