Undergrad

LSP IX Poster Gallery

Each year during LSP’s four week summer program incoming first-year students complete a group research project on a significant societal issue or challenge.

Re-Approaching Stanford

This coming year will be like no other, so let’s get ready together. Check out our comprehensive planning resource for the 2020-2021 academic year, Re-Approaching Stanford. Photo by Kevin Yang.
 

Cardinal Compass

Cardinal Compass is designed to help you navigate through your first year at Stanford. We can assist you in building a frosh year that takes full advantage of the wealth of frosh-friendly courses offered. We can also introduce you to the advisors ready to help you, and demystify some of the issues most commonly encountered in the transition to college.

 

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Students dancing in Roble. Photo by L.A. Cicero / Stanford News Service.
 
Undergrad Events and Deadlines
Oct 19

The Writer's Studio: Poetry in Times of Crisis

Zoom
The Writer’s Studio is a free workshop series open to all students from all majors. Come study the art of writing in intensive, fun, hands-on workshops with dynamic faculty from the Creative Writing program, the Stanford Storytelling Project, and others. You’ll...
Oct 26

The Writer's Studio: Sources of Creativity

Zoom
The Writer’s Studio is a free workshop series open to all students from all majors. Come study the art of writing in intensive, fun, hands-on workshops with dynamic faculty from the Creative Writing program, the Stanford Storytelling Project, and others. You’ll...
Nov 5

Conversation with Jason De León and Angela Garcia, joined by students Jon Ayon Alonso and Ekalan Hou

Zoom
Join us on a conversation between Jason De León, Angela Garcia, Associate Professor in Anthropology, Jon Ayon Alonso, MFA in DocFilm, a Student Guide/writer for the publication, and others. This conversation is presented in conjunction with the forthcoming exhibition Hostile...

 

Undergraduate Research Student Grants

 

Research, arts, and senior synthesis projects regardless of discipline can all make use of Undergraduate Research Student Grants.

 

COVID-19 UPDATE: Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, all new grant applicants are required to include alternative plans that involve staying home in their grant proposals. Please note that VPUE Undergraduate Research funding is contingent on University Policy.
 

A message about research facilities use

In adherence to current public health guidance to help minimize the potential for the spread of COVID-19, the University is currently limiting access to a variety of campus facilities and spaces during the summer period. Until further notice, undergraduates will not have in-person access to facilities such as laboratories, libraries, studios, or University archives. This includes both undergraduates currently in on-campus housing and undergraduates who wish to visit campus while housed elsewhere. Guidance for autumn quarter will be forthcoming.

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Stanford in New York

Being in New York City has helped me grow professionally and personally in a way I wasn’t able to do on Stanford’s campus...Through Stanford in New York, I’ve been able to explore what it means to be a public service worker in the city, inspiring and being inspired by the girls I was lucky to work with!
Meley Gebresellassie
Photo by Sam Hollenshead
Meley Gebresellassie. Photo by Sam Hollenshead

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