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Prospective Postdocs Resource

Sometimes finding funding for a postdoc position can be difficult. If you are a graduate student interested in a postdoc position, or a current postdoc looking for further funding, this list from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs might be helpful. They maintain a compiled list of references for how to find funding and write applications for grants, as well as a list of various funding opportunities on campus and beyond for engineering as well as the sciences and humanities. 

Last modified 08/25/2021

Statistical Consulting Services

Do you have questions regarding statistical analyses of your work? Unsure of which test to use or how to interpret results? The Stanford Department of Statistics offers a free drop-in consulting service for members of the Stanford community. Take advantage of this amazing opportunity to have your statistics reviewed by an expert! 

Last modified 09/11/2021

Stanford Entrepreneurship Network

Interested in entrepreneurship? Check out the Stanford Entrepreneurship Network—a working group of university programs and student groups that offers opportunities to learn about various aspects of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship is thriving in multiple areas of campus and throughout Silicon Valley; this network helps connect organizations and provides guidance and support as you look to innovate.

Last modified 09/20/2021

Technical Communication Consulting

Offered through the School of Engineering, the Technical Communication Program seeks to help students improve their technical writing and speaking skills. Writing tutors from the Technical Communication Program can help students from all disciplines with short-term projects like job applications, statements of purpose, and short papers. Note that instruction is emphasized during these sessions, and tutors are not an editing service. Open to all students; appointments can be made online.

Last modified 09/22/2021

Research University Engaged Scholarship Toolkit

This toolkit, created by the nonprofit Campus Compact, helps promote community-engaged scholarship--scholarship that involves engagement with communities for the benefit of those communities. To do community-engaged research well requires new understanding, practice, and epistemology that is qualitatively different than that prioritized in traditional scholarship. This Toolkit contains resources that address these matters, and is useful for graduate students interested in pursuing academic paths of this nature. 

Last modified 09/15/2021

Individual Development Plan and Planning Meetings

Trying to figure out your path through grad school? Peruse the Individual Development Plan resource from BioSci Careers for tools to help you create a personal training and career plan, as well as guidance in how to speak to your advisor about your plans. While this page is primarily geared toward students in the biosciences, Individual Development Plans can prove useful to all students looking for guidance in planning their training and goals for graduate school.

Last modified 08/24/2021

Speaking Resources Quick Overview

Giving presentations and engaging in public speaking can be intimidating, but it is a necessary part of graduate school, as well as many careers. Learn to control your speech anxiety and develop effective speaking habits with these resources from the Hume Center.  

Last modified 09/20/2021

Career Communities

BEAM's Career Communities is a team of career coaches who are embedded in student communities and connect with students in appointments and meetups to help them explore career paths, identify and apply for opportunities, and cultivate personalized networks that shape their professional journey.  

Last modified 08/25/2021

Mind Over Money

Start your financial literacy journey with Mind Over Money, Stanford's student resource for money management. A part of Stanford Student Affairs, Mind Over Money offers learning resources and individual consultations to help you build your knowledge on topics from budgeting and credit to investing and retirement.

Last modified 09/24/2021

Guide to Registering with the OAE

Have you had a medical issue arise and need accommodation, but don't know where to go? Has one of your students asked for accommodations in class, but has not gone through the university process? Identifying as a student with a disability begins the interactive process of requesting and receiving accommodations within Stanford University programs and services. Take a look at the Office of Accessible Education's website to see what steps and documentation the process requires.

Last modified 09/11/2021

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