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While mentoring is often viewed as one person giving and the other person receiving, it can be better defined as a mutually empowering relationship where both parties learn and benefit.
This Campus Compact Toolkit helps promote community-engaged scholarship - scholarship that involves engagement with communities for the benefit of those communities.
Project Illuminate is a comprehensive campaign meant to highlight the Humanities & Sciences here at Stanford and beyond.
The Diversity & Advocacy Committee (DAC) of the Graduate Student Council works to support inclusion, openness, and multiplicity within the Stanford community.
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) serves Stanford's graduate student population by representing student interests in University affairs, supporting graduate student organizations, and providing co
Whether you want to engage in a lively discussion in a feminist community or you just want a welcoming, comfortable space to work in, the Women's Community Center is for you!
From the Leopold Leadership Program at the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment comes this selection of How-to Guides.
The National Research Mentoring Network provides opportunities for virtual mentorship (as a mentor or mentee) with trainings and guidance to broaden participation in every career stage in the biome
Dine with inspiring leaders from various industries and organizations. At Leadership Dinners, you will interact with proven leaders and a small group of graduate students over dinner at the Faculty Club.