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Patricia Gumport, Persis Drell, Ryan Adesnik at a table
Dec 8 2017
About 200 graduate students filled a meeting room at the Graduate Community Center for a session co-hosted by the Graduate Student Council, the Stanford Solidarity Network, Provost Persis Drell and Vice Provost for Graduate Education Patti Gumport.
Headshot Qitong “Thomas” Cao,
Dec 8 2017
Qitong “Thomas” Cao, who is earning a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s in management science and engineering, will represent China as an international Rhodes Scholar next year. He joins four other Stanford affiliates who won 2018  Rhodes Scholarships. 
Photo of Ted Koppel
Dec 8 2017
Ted Koppel, longtime anchor of ABC News’ Nightline, who earned his master’s degree at Stanford in 1962, will visit the university during winter and spring quarters as the Haas Center’s 2018 Mimi and Peter E. Haas Distinguished Visitor.
View of a Career Catalyst team office
Dec 7 2017
Staff on BEAM's Career Catalysts team utilize every inch of their space as they develop and incubate mentoring and experiential education programs for students.
Exterior shot of Tsinghua University in Beijing
Dec 5 2017
Five with Stanford affiliations, including three seniors and two alumni, have won 2018 Schwarzman Scholarships for graduate study at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

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