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Lytics Lab Open House

The Lytics Lab is an open, interdisciplinary research community, composed of graduate students from a number of Stanford's programs and schools including Computer Science, Education, Communication, and Engineering.  The Lab is led by faculty co-directors John Mitchell, Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning, and Candace Thille, Assistant Professor of Education.  At the Lytics Lab Open House, the faculty co-directors and student researchers will present their research in progress in a demo and poster session.

Introduction to Cardinal Courses

What is a Cardinal Course? A Cardinal Course is one that marries ways of thinking with ways of doing, allowing students to work with community partners and stakeholders on real-world issues. 

At this session, we will discuss what, how, and why to incorporate community engagement in your teaching. We will discuss how community engagement benefits your students, the community, and even your research program. We will highlight future training and grant opportunities. No previous experience with community engagement required. 

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