Dan Edelstein, director of Stanford Summer Humanities Institute, named faculty director of Stanford Introductory Studies
Professor Dan Edelstein, director of the Stanford Summer Humanities Institute, has been appointed faculty director of Stanford Introductory Studies.
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes students in the "Nanobiomaterials" course have produced a series of blog posts that discuss this cutting-edge field as a capstone project for their three week course.
A Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes' course was profiled in The Stanford Daily. Taught by William Stribling, teaching for the second year in our program, "Screenwriting" pushes students to express themselves in new ways.
Stephanie Tena, a Stanford AI4ALL '17 alum, was recently profiled in The Atlantic in a piece examining the critical need for greater gender diversity in computer science.
Professor Debra Satz, who conceived of and helped launch the Stanford Summer Humanities Institute, has been named dean of Stanford's School of Humanities and Sciences.
Catherine Yeo, a current student of Stanford Online High School and a Stanford AI4ALL alumna, started a hackathon to address the gender disparity in computer science culture.
In a discussion about the future of work and technology, Stanford AI4ALL and other AI4ALL programs were mentioned as part of a broader trend of exposing students to technology.
Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory’s Outreach Summer Program (SAILORS) for young women in computer science is being renamed to Stanford AI4ALL.
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies Ranked #6 in List of 15 Best Value College Summer Programs for High School Students
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies is thrilled to be among the top of this list of College Values Online's summer programs.
This summer, Stanford Pre-Collegiate International Institutes hosted 10 of Tuba City High School's top students for a two-week summer intensive alongside students from Japan, Kazakhstan, Cyprus and Peru.
EdTech Magazine highlights Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory's Outreach Summer program for rising 10th-grade girls and its efforts to increase exposure to technology in girls' early education.
Stanford News reports on how Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies Programs Reach Underrepresented Students
With high school programs targeted at reaching underrepresented students in medicine and artificial intelligence, Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies is committed to reaching diversity.
Stanford News covers two summer programs aimed at introducing pre-collegiate students to the arts and humanities.
A profile of SAILORS, a program for young women in computer science, written in The Stanford Daily.
Stanford Online High School's graduation is featured in Stanford's news website, The Dish.
Stanford highlights the accomplishments of the Stanford Online High School as it looks back on its 125 years as a university.
Stanford Online High School, which has been around for less than a decade, is ranked number six on the list compiled by niche.com, a website that evaluates secondary schools, colleges and universities.
The Stanford Medical Youth Science Program was named as a 2011 recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring. The award, the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government for mentoring in these fields, carries a $25,000 prize from the National Science Foundation to help further SMYSP’s efforts.
"We create an environment where it's OK to be smart and curious about science, which many of these students don't experience elsewhere," said professor of medicine Marilyn Winkleby, PhD, who founded the program in 1988 and now serves as faculty advisor. "All these kids are bright and strong, and many of them will be the first in their family to attend college."