New for 2019-20!
New for 2019-20!
BEAM Treks give you the chance to visit different workplaces to explore different career paths.
If you've ever been in a meeting that seemed to last forever and accomplish nothing, Gather is the tool for you.
Stanford Splash is a twice annual opportunity for you to practice your teaching skills and share your passions (research related or not) with eager students.
Sometimes graduate students find themselves struggling due to the less structured nature of pursuing an advanced degree.
The Graduate Feminist Book Club is sponsored by the Women's Community Center.
Camera As Witness: Human Dignity—Faces of Immigration
As part of the IDEAL IT Neurodiversity at Stanford pilot, University IT is hosting a private screening of Intelligent Lives to raise awareness and understanding about neurodiversity.
About Intelligent Lives
HAI's October 28-29 conference on AI Ethics, Policy, and Governance at Stanford University will convene experts and leaders from academia, industry, civil society, and government to explore critical and emerging issues related to understanding and guiding AI's human and societal impact. Through plenary discussions, breakout sessions, and workshops we will explore the latest research, delve into case studies, illuminate best practices, and build a global community of research, policy, and practice committed to ensuring that AI benefits humanity.
Questions to be addressed include:
Stanford's ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education) chapter is hosting its annual spring colloquium. This year's colloquium addresses "The Fundamentals of Teaching" through a keynote presentation, a sequence of interactive workshops facilitated by teaching experts, and a panel discussion about applications, results, and challenges of fundamentals.
Keynote Speaker: Prof. Kimberly Tanner (SFSU)