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Teaching with Technology for Graduate Students

In this Teaching with Technology workshop, we will look at key tools for improving learning, and consider the deep frameworks to help you evaluate whether and when to use technology in education. Emphasis will be on approaches that improve access, equity, and overall engagement for students. Open to all graduate students and lunch is provided.

Facilitated by Kenneth Ligda, Ph.D. (Associate Director, Faculty and Lecturer Programs) and                       

Kenji Ikemoto (Academic Technology Specialist)

EDGE Workshop Series: Mental Health, Wellness and the Grad School Journey

Prioritizing your mental well-being while on the PhD journey is of the utmost importance but can be challenging. You are invited to lunch with professionals from across campus to hear them share their insights for how you can prioritize your mental and emotional well-being.

These questions and more will be on the table for discussion. We'll also ask you to share your own experiences and strategies for finding balance.

We have invited guest speakers to share their insights on how you can prioritize and maintain healthy habits as a doctoral student.

EDGE Workshop Series: Mental Health, Wellness and the Grad School Journey

Prioritizing your mental well-being while on the PhD journey is of the utmost importance but can be challenging. You are invited to lunch with professionals from across campus to hear them share their insights for how you can prioritize your mental and emotional well-being.

These questions and more will be on the table for discussion. We'll also ask you to share your own experiences and strategies for finding balance.

We have invited guest speakers to share their insights on how you can prioritize and maintain healthy habits as a doctoral student.

EDGE Workshop Series: Mental Health, Wellness and the Grad School Journey

Prioritizing your mental well-being while on the PhD journey is of the utmost importance but can be challenging. You are invited to lunch with professionals from across campus to hear them share their insights for how you can prioritize your mental and emotional well-being.

These questions and more will be on the table for discussion. We'll also ask you to share your own experiences and strategies for finding balance.

We have invited guest speakers to share their insights on how you can prioritize and maintain healthy habits as a doctoral student.

First Friday: For Stanford Students

Enjoy a night out at the Cantor on the First Friday of the month during the academic year, with evenings full of art-making, music, and special performances.

This program is organized by the Cantor Arts Center and made possible through the generous support of the Joan and John Jay Corley Fund for Performance, the Kenneth D. Brenner family Fund for Student Outreach, and the Bobbie and Mike Wilsey Fund for Education.

Admission Info

FREE

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