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Results of campus climate survey released

October 14, 2015 10:33 am
A survey of Stanford undergraduate and graduate students has found that 1.9 percent of respondents have experienced a sexual assault, as defined in university policy, since starting their degree program at Stanford. Another 14.2 percent have experienced some other form of sexual misconduct. The figures are higher for women and for gender-diverse respondents. Among undergraduate… Read more Results of campus climate survey released
Stanford will postpone the planned Istanbul Overseas Studies Program for Winter Quarter 2015-2016 due to concerns about security issues. Photo: Shutterstock

Stanford suspends Istanbul Program

October 14, 2015 10:23 am
Stanford has decided to postpone the Winter Quarter 2015-16 session of the Istanbul Overseas Studies Program, citing a recent Turkey Travel Warning issued by the U.S. State Department and rising concerns among students about traveling to the country, according to Ramón Saldívar, director of the Bing Overseas Studies Program. Saldívar said he made the decision… Read more Stanford suspends Istanbul Program
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Sara Grace King, head peer academic coordinator for Escondido Village, left, advises four new students, including Tami Becker.
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Five things to know about pre-major advising

October 2, 2015 9:09 am
Alice Petty, director of pre-major advising in the Office of Undergraduate Advising and Research, oversees the many pre-major advisors university-wide who help new students make thoughtful choices about their academic careers. Petty, who earned her PhD in Near Eastern studies from Johns Hopkins University, answers five questions about the program for parents. What academic advising… Read more Five things to know about pre-major advising

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