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  • Approaching Stanford Forms | Undergraduate Academic Life
    of your SUNet ID password which is not permitted Deadlines Submit your Approaching Stanford forms by 5 00 p m PST on the appropriate deadline Be sure to start your forms well before these deadlines to account for any unexpected problems It s critical that you complete your forms on time we start reading your forms right away Class Year Deadline Freshmen Tuesday June 5 2012 Transfers Tuesday July 10 2012 If you do not fully complete the required forms by the stated deadlines this may impact a number of processes including the housing assignment process our advisor match and our ability to have critical items like your Stanford ID card ready for you when you arrive on move in day If you neglected to complete the Student Check In on Axess during the Approaching Stanford forms period it is critical that you address this immediately prior to your arrival on campus All incoming freshmen and transfers have a hold on their Axess record until the required items of the Student Check In are complete preventing you from enrolling in courses If you are one of the few students who has yet to complete the Student Check In please address this immediately instructions for completing the Student Check In on Axess can be found here If you have not yet submitted a photo via the Stanford ID Card Office s online photo submission system your photo will not be included in the printed Stanford Facebook that is distributed on move in day It is also likely that your Stanford ID Card will not be immediately available when you check in on move in day if this is the case you will need to go to the Student Services Center on move in day in order to have your picture taken

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  • Sophomore College September Calendar | Undergraduate Academic Life
    3 Labor Day Learning Theater Arrive in Ashland OR by 4pm Rocky Mountains Field Studies Arrive in Salt Lake City UT SoCo students arrive on campus between 12pm 5pm including Hopkins Marine Station students Dinner at 5pm Hopkins Marine Station students will be transported after dinner to Monterey SoCo Housing Meetings 8pm AI House Meetings 9pm 4 First Day of Class Faculty Reception TBD 4 30pm Opening Dinner for AI and SoCo Barbeque on Wilbur Field 5 30pm Claim football tickets for Saturday after 9PM 5 Faculty Panel When I Was A Sophomore 4 30 and 7 00 Location TBA Economic Policy Depart to Washington DC 6 1 30 5 30pm Navigating Stanford Workshops Sweet Hall Energy Meet in Washington DC OCT and Writing Tutors 7 00 7 45pm 8 00 8 45pm Dorm Lounges TBD 7 1 30 5 30pm Navigating Stanford Workshops Sweet Hall Being an Artist at Stanford Workshop 7 15 8 15 Otero Lounge 8 Residential Activity Events Economic Policy Return to campus Football vs Duke 7 30PM PDT 9 Face of Battle Depart Sundaes on Sunday 6 30pm on Wilbur Field How I Found My Major 7 00 8 00 Otero Lounge 10 Water and West Depart Conversation with Susan Saulny New York Times Reporter 1 30pm Wellness Room in Arrillaga Family Dining Commons 11 Claim football tickets for Saturday after 9PM 12 13 14 SoCo Move out Move In to Fall Residence between 1 pm and 3 pm Face of Battle Return to campus Outside Ike s Party Toyon Front Lawn 5 30 7pm 15 Football vs USC 16 Ashland Return to campus Energy Return to campus 17 Last Scheduled Class Meeting Special Event Brenda Aoki and Mark Izu All We Leave Pigott Theater 3 p m 18 NSO Begins Potential Class Presentations or

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  • Sophomore College: So You're Going Off Campus | Undergraduate Academic Life
    the Honor Code All Stanford policies including the Stanford Residential Agreement the Policy on Alcohol and Controlled Substances Policy on Smoke Free Environment and the Noise Policy remain in effect Students are also expected to adhere to the laws of the area in which they are based and the practices of the institution in which they are housed Students violating any of these may face expulsion from the program loss of university privileges and or prosecution by the local authorities Students who violate local laws should not expect help from the faculty instructor or Stanford University Students who violate these guidelines while in an off campus Sophomore College seminar risk not only their own participation in the program and Stanford privileges but also future Sophomore College courses in that location While charges for housing and food will be covered for you you are responsible for the condition of the room or residence assigned to you You will be responsible for all damage loss and or charges to the room or other parts of the local facilities Any damages will be charged to your University bill Entirely Off Campus Energizing a Sustainable Future Environmental and Geological Field Studies in the Rocky

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  • Departmental Pre-Field Preparation Courses | Undergraduate Academic Life
    honors in Ethics in Society Methods of research Students present issues of public and personal morality topics chosen with advice of instructor 3 units Win Reich R Back to Top HISTORY 209S Research Seminar for Majors Required of History majors How to conduct original historical research and analysis including methods such as using the libraries and archives at Stanford and elsewhere and working collaboratively to frame topics identify sources and develop analyses Autumn quarter focuses on European Lit and Arts winter quarter on U S History and Colonialism spring quarter on modern Europe ancient China and early modern Europe 5 units Aut Win Spr Baker K Hobbs A Kollmann N HISTORY 299H Junior Honors Colloquium Required of junior History majors planning to write a History honors thesis during senior year Meets twice during quarter including the first Friday class day of the quarter 1 unit Win Sommer M HUMBIO 82A Qualitative Research Methodology Goal is to develop knowledge and skills for designing and conducting qualitative research studies including purposes conceptual contexts research questions methods validity issues and interactions among these facets Each student designs a qualitative research study 3 units Win Spr Wolf J HUMBIO 82B Advanced Data Analysis in Qualitative Research For students writing up their own qualitative research Students prepare a complete draft presenting their own qualitative research study including results with reports drafted section by section week by week Class provides feedback guidance support 3 units Aut Wolf J INTNLREL 199 Honors Research Democracy Development and the Rule of Law in Developing Countries POLISCI 299Q Restricted to students in the CDDRL option of the International Relations honors program Goal is to prepare students to do research and or fieldwork to complete their thesis research Main currents in democracy and development literature concerning how economic growth and democratization are related how the rule of law supports these processes in countries undergoing change Student presentations of thesis questions student groups develop research problems and designs May be repeated for credit 3 5 units Aut Win Spr Stoner Weiss K INTNLREL 200A International Relations Honors Field Research For juniors planning to write an honors thesis during senior year Initial steps to prepare for independent research Professional tools for conceptualizing a research agenda and developing a research strategy Preparation for field research through skills such as data management and statistics references and library searches and fellowship and grant writing Creating a work schedule for the summer break and first steps in writing Prerequisite acceptance to IR honors program 3 units Spr Drori G LINGUIST 197 Undergraduate Research Seminar Research goals and methods in linguistics and related disciplines Students work on a small project to define a focus for their linguistic studies and prepare for honors research Presentations final paper 2 units Win Potts K MED 147 Methods in Community Assessment Evaluation and Research MED 247 Development of pragmatic skills for design implementation and analysis of structured interviews focus groups survey questionnaires and field observations Topics include principles of community based participatory research including importance of dissemination strengths and limitations of different study designs validity and reliability construction of interview and focus group questions techniques for moderating focus groups content analysis of qualitative data survey questionnaire design and interpretation of commonly used statistical analyses 3 units Spr Kiernan M OSPCPTWN 22 Preparation for Community Based Research in Community Health and Development For students intending to engage in community based research in South Africa in the summer following spring study quarter in Cape Town Approaches and methods of collaborative community based research qualitative data gathering and analysis methods in community based research effective collaboration with community partners and data sources race and privilege in community based research Identifying research partners and sponsors articulating potential research questions and planning research projects 3 units Spr Stanton T Back to Top POLISCI 150A Political Methodology I POLISCI 350A Introduction to probability and statistical inference with applications to political science and public policy Prerequisite elementary calculus 5 units Aut Rivers D POLISCI 150B Political Methodology II POLISCI 350B Understanding and using the linear regression model in a social science context properties of the least squares estimator inference and hypothesis testing assessing model fit presenting results for publication consequences and diagnosis of departures from model assumptions outliers and influential observations graphical techniques for model fitting and checking interactions among exploratory variables pooling data extensions for binary responses 5 units Win Jackman S POLISCI 150C Political Methodology III POLISCI 350C Models for discrete outcomes time series measurement error and simultaneity Introduction to nonlinear estimation large sample theory Prerequisite 150B 350B 3 5 units Spr Wand J PSYCH 10 Introduction to Statistical Methods Precalculus STATS 60 STATS 160 Techniques for organizing data computing and interpreting measures of central tendency variability and association Estimation confidence intervals tests of hypotheses t tests correlation and regression Possible topics analysis of variance and chi square tests computer statistical packages 5 units Aut Win Spr Sum Richard W Taylor J Thomas E PSYCH 196 Contemporary Psychology Overview of Theory Research Applications Capstone experience for juniors and seniors that bridges course work with research opportunities Lectures representing the department s areas social personality developmental neuroscience and cognitive psychology Faculty present current research Discussions led by advanced graduate students in the field represented by that week s guest Students write research proposals Small grants available to students to conduct a pilot study of their proposed research Limited enrollment Prerequisite consent of instructor 3 units Aut Clark H SOC 128 Introduction to Social Network Analysis SOC 228 Graduate students register for SOC 228 Theory and methods of network analysis in sociology with an emphasis on social movements anthropology history social psychology economics political science and public health Prerequisite basic mathematics 5 units Aut Parigi P SOC 180A Foundations of Social Research SOC 280A Formulating a research question developing hypotheses probability and non probability sampling developing valid and reliable measures qualitative and quantitative data choosing research design and data collection methods challenges of making causal inference and criteria for

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  • Stanford University EH&S Lab Safety Compliance Videos
    YOUR COMPUTER WORKSTATION Take the web based Ergonomics Computer Workstation EHS 3400 training and print the self evaluation report This training presents ergonomic basics and steps you through a workstation evaluation Register for the training at http axess stanford edu If you have already taken the online Ergonomics Computer Workstation EHS 3400 training download the Workstation Self Evaluation form for your use If you need further on site assistance with

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  • Chemical Inventory Instructions
    include prefixes with chemical names Why can t we simply use chemical formulas on inventories When is it appropriate to specify product names Why do we have to include manufacturer and product codes What should we put in the location field How should we specify units when doing inventories Why do the inventories have to be done by building rather than by school or department or research group Why do

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  • Chemical Inventory Instructions Introduction
    State of California how much and what kinds of hazardous materials they have Stanford policy requires principal investigators other laboratory supervisors and managers of chemical using areas to update their chemical inventories via SCIMS web Additionally they are required to maintain up to date room maps and notification sheets in the Life Safety Boxes near each room where chemicals are kept EH S fulfills legal reporting requirements on behalf of

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  • Chemical Inventory Instructions for Inventory Takers
    cabinets floor standing equipment Indicate the location of safety equipment using the symbols shown on the right side of the map template Label refrigerators floor standing cabinets fume hoods and gas cylinders using the symbols shown on the right side of the map template Label natural gas outlets with the symbol shown on the map 3 Chemical Hazards Remove the Guide to Hazard Quantities and the Hazardous Materials Inventory from the Life Safety Box Compare the quantities of each Hazard Category given on the Guide to Hazard Quantities to the threshold in the Hazards Key on the map template If the quantity stored exceeds a corresponding threshold mark the main storage areas for the Hazard Category with the corresponding hazard number on the map If necessary check the detailed Hazardous Materials Inventory to identify the specific compounds that fall within the hazard category and then determine where those compounds are stored For example your Guide to Hazard Quantities indicates that you have a total of 3 gallons of oxidizers and 1 pound of moderate poisons The amount of oxidizer exceeds the threshold of 1 gallon given on the Hazards Key and since you store most of this material in two locations you mark both of these locations on the map with a number 5 A container of dilute oxidizer solution is stored on the bench top and because this is a minimal amount you do not mark this location on the map with the number 5 The amount of moderate poison does not exceed the threshold of 8 pounds and thus you do not mark the map with hazard number 3 Stop after you reach Hazard Category 8 4 Other Hazards If applicable use the number or letters annotated on the Hazards Key to indicate the location of the following

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