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NGSO: Speedfriending

Coming to Stanford is a wonderful opportunity to make great friends, from all fields of study, from all countries around the world. Come meet your fellow grad students in a virtual setting designed to help you quickly meet friends and grow your network. Each event capped at 300 people.

 

NGSO: Speedfriending

Coming to Stanford is a wonderful opportunity to make great friends, from all fields of study, from all countries around the world. Come meet your fellow grad students in a virtual setting designed to help you quickly meet friends and grow your network. Each event capped at 300 people.

 

NGSO: Trivia Night

Come meet new friends and show off your trivia mastery! Sign up and join a group of four to tackle the five rounds of questions of the night. Prizes for the winners of Trivia Night!
 

Sponsored by Graduate Student Council's social committee. Event capped at 100 participants.

 

NGSO: Grad 101

Come hear a panel of grad students talk about what life at Stanford is really like! We will cover topics such as food, housing, transportation, and social life. Come with questions!

 

The Graduate Life Office will host virtual New Graduate Student Orientation (NGSO) between August 31 and September 11. NGSO events are open to all new graduate students and complement orientations offered by your School, department, or program.

NGSO: Grad 101

Come hear a panel of grad students talk about what life at Stanford is really like! We will cover topics such as food, housing, transportation, and social life. Come with questions!

 

The Graduate Life Office will host virtual New Graduate Student Orientation (NGSO) between August 31 and September 11. NGSO events are open to all new graduate students and complement orientations offered by your School, department, or program.

TEACH Stanford Online Pop-up Symposium Monday, August 17 to Friday, August 28

Whether you are (re)designing your online or physically-distant-in-person course for the first or the hundredth time, these pop-up symposium events offer a diverse range of workshops, as well as small group and one-on-one support, to help you head into this unprecedented year with inspiration and confidence. Each two-week symposium will feature a concentrated set of online workshops delivered by experts from across the university.

EDGE Lunch Workshop: EDGE Fellows Share their Research Across Disciplines- Facilitated Remotely via Zoom

Join us for Cross Talks, the final EDGE lunch workshops of the year! EDGE Cross Talks are an informal, engaging forum for communicating across academic disciplines, thus bridging the intellectual divides between and within the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and the social sciences, business, education and the humanities (SBEH). Presenters will give an eight minute, high-level overview of their research, using non-technical/non-specialist language, and respond to questions for four minutes. The descriptions of the presentations are included below.

 

EDGE Lunch Workshop: EDGE Fellows Share their Research Across Disciplines

Join us for Cross Talks, the final EDGE lunch workshops of the year! EDGE Cross Talks are an informal, engaging forum for communicating across academic disciplines, thus bridging the intellectual divides between and within the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and the social sciences, business, education and the humanities (SBEH). Presenters will give an eight minute, high-level overview of their research, using non-technical/non-specialist language, and respond to questions for four minutes. The descriptions of the presentations are included below.

 

EDGE Lunch Workshop: EDGE Fellows Share their Research Across Disciplines

Join us for Cross Talks, the final EDGE lunch workshops of the year! EDGE Cross Talks are an informal, engaging forum for communicating across academic disciplines, thus bridging the intellectual divides between and within the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and the social sciences, business, education and the humanities (SBEH). Presenters will give an eight minute, high-level overview of their research, using non-technical/non-specialist language, and respond to questions for four minutes. The descriptions of the presentations are included below.

 

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