While most PWR instructors spend their summers away from campus, several stayed put to teach condensed versions of PWR courses to pre-freshman students through two programs: the Leland Scholars Program (LSP) and the Horizons scholars program withi
[pictured above: top left to right: Maxe Crandall, Jakeya Caruthers, Briam Kim, Lauren Oakes, Angi Kortenhoven; bottom left to right: Mary Stroud, Susan Schuyler, Carolyn Ross, Julia Bleakney, Alyssa O'Brien]
New instructors pictured above, from left to right: Holly Fulton-Babicke, Sangeeta Mediratta, Kevin Moore, Mutallip Anwar, Harriett Jernigan, Tara Diener. Not pictured: Storytelling lecturer Tiffany Naiman.
Being the Writing Specialist in the Economics department in 2013-14 was challenging, not just because I was reading Greek, but because, as you might imagine, problem sets are the foundation of Stanford’s undergraduate Economics department rather t
As I interviewed my friend Dr. Ashley Newby for this feature that centers her scholarship and her writing, I remembered an interview I conducted with her last fall, about her summer teaching in Stanford’s Leland Scholars Program.
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