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Railroad Tracks
Oct 28, 2016
Overview: This assignment invites students to choose the genre and the mode in which they’d like to communicate the argument made in their Research-Based Argument from PWR 2.
Oct 28, 2016
Spotlight: Kaylana Mueller-Hsia
Oct 27, 2016
My course begins today with the sound of Run, Run, Mourner Run by Sweet Honey In The Rock, one of a series of songs about five minutes long that daily not only welcomes students into the space but also co
John Peterson, Norah Fahim, and Jenae Cohn pose in front of their digital poster at the Academic Technology Expo.
Oct 6, 2016
The 2016 Academic Technology Expo (ATXpo) offered educators from across the Bay Area the opportunity to share their innovative ideas about teaching with technology to their colleagues.
Picture of scholars from the writing retreat
Sep 8, 2016
Typically, July on Stanford campus is a relatively quiet month; high school students wander in groups between their Stanford summer classes; grounds and maintenance workers paint, trim, and renovate in preparation for the new academic year; depart
black and white photo of woman looking at a tree - Courtesy of Lauren Oakes
Sep 7, 2016
In the past few months, many of our lecturers have been busy, working on their scholarship, starting new initiatives, or pursuing other passions.  Here are a few highlights from lecturer news that we've learned of over the past few months.
Dr. Russ Carpenter leading a workshop for the Leland Scholars
Sep 7, 2016
(By Justine Desilva and Christine Alfano)
books from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Book
Sep 7, 2016
This issue's Rhetoric of the Field is devoted to the different readings that our Septembrist Committee has chosen to inform our work together during our professional development meetings in the week of September 12th.  From issues of transfer, to
Sep 7, 2016
Spotlight: Clare Moffatt

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