developing self-awareness and self-knowledge
- Do you chalk accomplishments up to luck, timing, or other external factors?
- Do you agonize over even the smallest flaws in your work?
- Are you crushed by constructive criticism?
- Do you wonder if you’re really smart enough to be here?
- When you do well, do you secretly think, “fooled them again”?
These thoughts may come with a nagging feeling in the back of your mind that eventually you will be found out, and everyone will know that you are the one who doesn’t belong.
The Office of Sexual Assault & Relationship Abuse Education & Response (SARA) is always looking to expand their volunteer network of members of various Stanford communities who are passiona
The Well is a compilation of all things student wellness related at Stanford.
For graduate students on Stanford's health insurance, Cardinal Care, it can be difficult to determine what and how much is covered by the program.
If you are a graduate student traveling to an unfamiliar environment, whether for fieldwork or a conference, Vaden offers a number of resources to help you prepare for your trip.
Both in graduate school and in the workplace, we can struggle to balance both work obligations and family commitments.
This article from an English professor offers some insight into how to approach graduate school not only as a time of scholarship but also as a period of professional development.
The Title IX Office collaborates with the Stanford community to stop, prevent, and remedy interpersonal violence and gender-based discrimination through education, culture change, accountability, a
Sometimes graduate students find themselves struggling due to the less structured nature of pursuing an advanced degree.
Graduate school is both extraordinarily rewarding and demanding at the same time.