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Stanford Summer Human Rights Series: Borders of Personhood: Migration, Human Rights, and Sovereignty

About the Event

“Human” and “person” are terms taken to be synonymous in everyday language, but “person” is also a legal term reserved for those entitled to rights and designating a status historically denied to various categories of human beings (e.g., slaves, women). The international human rights framework attempts to break with that historical record by declaring that every human being shall be recognized as a person equal before the law.

Career Coworking Days - (H&S Undergrads & Master's)

Bring questions about your resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles and anything related to your path to meaningful work. Bring your laptops to work directly on your documents and job/internship searches and connect with other H&S students. A career coach or coaches and industry specialists will be available for questions. (Note that if it's busy, you may need to wait to have your questions answered.) This is for declared bachelor's and master's students in the School of Humanities & Sciences.

EDGE Workshop Series: Real Talk With Faculty

Optimizing your graduate school experience is all about striking a good balance between the demands of coursework, TAing/teaching, and research and/or finding an advisor. It can be difficult to figure out where to put your time and effort in the face of multiple demands and expectations. Especially in your first years, you may wonder how to decode what's important from what's urgent and how to know if you are 'on the right' track to making good progress. 
 

EDGE Workshop Series: Real Talk With Faculty

Optimizing your graduate school experience is all about striking a good balance between the demands of coursework, TAing/teaching, and research and/or finding an advisor. It can be difficult to figure out where to put your time and effort in the face of multiple demands and expectations. Especially in your first years, you may wonder how to decode what's important from what's urgent and how to know if you are 'on the right' track to making good progress. 
 

EDGE Workshop Series: Real Talk With Faculty

Optimizing your graduate school experience is all about striking a good balance between the demands of coursework, TAing/teaching, and research and/or finding an advisor. It can be difficult to figure out where to put your time and effort in the face of multiple demands and expectations. Especially in your first years, you may wonder how to decode what's important from what's urgent and how to know if you are 'on the right' track to making good progress. 
 

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.

Frederic Luskin, PhD

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.

Alejandro Martinez, PhD, Associate Dean of Students

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.

Isela Garcia-White, LCSW, CAPS counselor

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