Hopkins Marine Station is a place for learning, a place for research, a place to think, and a place to grow. It features small classes and unparalleled access to Stanford Faculty, all a few feet from the Pacific Ocean. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to take both traditional and field based classes in a small liberal arts setting, less than two hours from Palo Alto. Conduct research and gain professional skills with access to diverse marine habitats, including the rocky intertidal and kelp forests.
In addition to an extensive menu of ongoing courses, Hopkins Marine Station will offer a variety of new course beginning in Spring Quarter, 2018: everything from Evolution to Ecology to Biologging and Bio-telemetry. Check out the full list of Hopkins courses here.
The faculty at Hopkins have a diverse array of interests, from evolutionary biology to whale biomechanics, and a focus on education and teaching.
Courses are offered in the Winter, Spring and Summer with a focus on small classes and interaction with faculty.
Hopkins Marine Station is a premier research center at Stanford providing opportunities for your first or advanced independent research experiences.
Students live a 10 minute walk from Hopkins in a communal setting. See more information on the housing and life at Hopkins.