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.
For this issue of Beyond the Farm, we hear from Tom Freeland about his work beyond the Oral Communications Program -- in this case as the director for a student production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.
Pictured above: Vince Pane (Stanford graduate student in Chemistry and sculptor) and Emile DeWeaver (writer, co-founder of the Prison Renaissance Project, and co-director of the Prison Renaissance Project @ Stanford) speaking about their colla
In spring 2018, 7 PWR instructors received Research Awards to support their intellectual project in the 2018-2019 academic year. Below you can read about their work and the progress they have made -- and still plan to make -
Even with the crush of spring quarter, our instructors were busy beyond the classroom, presenting at conferences, publishing, working on creative and academic projects, and making a difference in the community.
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