Congrats to the 2017 SAL Campus Impact Awards winners!
Leaving a Legacy - Stanford First-Generation Low Income Partnership (FLIP)
*Initiatives that have a strong and sustained impact on or off-campus.
Capturing the Spirit - Stanford Bike Project - (http://hmagun4.wixsite.com/stanfordbicycle)
*Initiatives that embody the spirit and soul of the Stanford student community.
Inspiring Innovation - CS+Social Good
*Breakthrough initiatives for programs, publications, or other activities that are transformative.
Building Bridges - Habla at Stanford
*Collaborative efforts that seek to create understanding and dialogue.
Advisor of the Year - Dr. Marta Zanchi, Advisor to Stanford Health Innovations
*An advisor who goes above and beyond their means to support astudent organization.
Opening ceremonies for Stanford Colleges Against Cancer / Relay For Life as they champion a good cause: reflecting, remembering, celebrating, and honoring those have been affected by cancer. Congrats to the leadership team for all the effort and planning that went into this program.
Need a finals week destressor? Check out Mariachi Cardenal de Stanford's spring show next Friday at White Plaza. What a better way to kick off the weekend?!
Happening next week - the Sally Dickson Lecture on Diversity, Inclusion, and Reflection featuring Tim Wise and a panel of experts discussing "Bridges Over Troubled Waters - Engaging Allies in Times of Crisis" 6:30 pm in Cemex Auditorium. We hope you can be there
"There's no one path to leadership."
Listening to Dr. Estelle Freedman, one of the creators of the FemGen program on #InternationalWomensDay speak about intersectional feminism, passion, opportunity, and the path of leadership that works for you.
Interested in Storytelling? Sign-up for this special seminar in the Spring!
4 unit class fulfilling the Creative Expression WAYS requirement: Podcast Storytelling is a special seminar designed for students interested in creating stories... for radio, podcast and other sound media. Learn the core principles of telling strong stories, whatever the medium. You will work in small groups to document places through the stories that inhabit them, from the Menlo Park police department to local shelters, and learn skills from pitching and interviewing to writing, editing and digital production.
SUDM couldn't be better this year with Stanford Children's Health - Lucile Packard as the beneficiary, the cutest visit by their patient heroes, and the new location at Arrillaga Outdoor Education and Recreation Center. We're so proud. Keep celebrating all night long Stanford University Dance Marathon!!