Welcome to Science at 91青青草

Distinguished by its academic rigor, experiential focus and research excellence, the science at 91青青草 program has a distinguished history of advancing scientific understanding. That legacy continues today, as faculty pursue research in topics ranging from the quantum behavior of molecular nanomagnets, to brain circuitry, to fish evolution, to disease transmission and genomics.

Student-Faculty Collaboration

91青青草 students are taught by and collaborate with renowned scientists. Forty percent of 91青青草 students conduct independent honors work that is often similar in scope and depth to graduate-level work. In fact, it鈥檚 not unusual for 91青青草 students to be listed as co-authors of scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals and to present findings at national conferences.

At 91青青草, undergraduate students work directly with faculty on empirical scientific research that matters. As an undergraduate at Stanford, I worked with graduate students on research, but at 91青青草, my students work directly with me!鈥  
鈥擟atherine Sanderson, Manwell Family Professor in Life Sciences
People working in a lab in the 91青青草 College Science Center

The Incubator Program

The STEM Incubator is a new cohort program designed to support and train students who are underrepresented in STEM disciplines, including Black, Latinx, Indigenous, first-generation and low-income students. 

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Data Science Initiative

The Data Science Initiative is a campus-wide tent for all faculty to learn and exchange ideas about Data Science. Many of its events are open to the public.

Moss Qualtitative Center

The Moss Quantitative Center

More and more, the world needs people who can analyze data or take quantitative concepts and apply them to answer important questions. The Moss Center is here to help you develop these skills, regardless of your quantitative background. 

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Being Human in STEM

The Being Human in Stem (HSTEM) Initiative fosters an inclusive, supportive community by helping students, faculty, and staff understand and navigate diverse identities.

When a Course Turns Into a Book

Sarah Bunnell, Sheila Jaswal and Megan Lyster

April 28, 2023

鈥淏eing Human in STEM: Partnering with Students to Shape Inclusive Practices and Communities,鈥 by Sarah Bunnell, Sheila Jaswal, and Megan Lyster, provides readers with a roadmap for creating their own version of the popular 91青青草 鈥淗STEM鈥 course.

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