HumBio 3AB poster session this Friday, February 26th!

Where: Vidalakis Dining Room, Schwab Residential Center When: 9-11am, 1-3pm, February 26 The Core students will be presenting posters of a scientific paper they reviewed in pairs this winter. This is an exciting event that is a required part of the Core and a nice opportunity for students to learn about some exciting research in an inviting environment!

Last modified Thu, 25 Feb, 2010 at 19:03

Student Advisor 2010-11 Application Now Available

Are you considering being a HumBio Student Advisor for 2010-11? Apply NOW (deadline is 2/26/10).

Student Advisor 2010-11 Application

Questions about being an "SA"? Stop by the advising lounge in the HumBio building (room 21A) - one of our six terrific 2009-10 student advisors will be glad to fill you in. (Application is open to HumBio Juniors and Sophomores.)

Last modified Wed, 27 Jan, 2010 at 13:18

Internship Fair Participants and Information


Mural Music & Arts Project: The Mural Music & Arts Project (MMAP) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate, empower and inspire youth through the arts.  MMAP operates several unique arts-based programs for 4th-12th graders in East Palo Alto and San Francisco including the Teen Mural Program, Health Education Through Art, History through Hip Hop, and the Graffiti Arts Program.  MMAP offers employment opportunities

Last modified Mon, 11 Jan, 2010 at 12:43

Winter '09-10 Internship Poster Presentation, January 14th, White Plaza

HumBio students will present a culmination of their internship experience, noon-1pm.

Last modified Tue, 9 Feb, 2010 at 17:14

Don Light - Bearing the Risks of Prescription Drugs

Last modified Thu, 27 May, 2010 at 13:57

Two Humbio Professors Awarded Clayman Research Fellows

Anne Firth Murray and Marcia Stefanick awarded 2009-2010 Clayman Institute Faculty Research Fellows for new gender solutions.

Last modified Mon, 7 Dec, 2009 at 12:24

Campus Nature Walk

Donald Kennedy, Paul Ehrlich, Katherine Preston, and Darryl Wheye present: "A Self-Guiding Podcast Tour of some Plants, Animals, and Science Art on the Stanford Campus" Introduction and Tour from Canfield to the Quad can be downloaded from stanfordbirds and from Stanford iTunes U (Search for "Campus Nature Walk" under Description in the Stanford Power Search. The tour is called "Canfield to the Quad")

Last modified Thu, 3 Dec, 2009 at 12:51