Stanford’s newly restructured undergraduate requirement program encourages students to think critically across disciplines, reflect on their values, and consider how their education can lead them to purposeful lives.
“So, what experiments do you want to do?” Stanford Provost Persis Drell asked the classroom of first-year undergraduates.
The question was posed during a seminar Drell recently co-taught, along with Stanford historian Caroline Winterer, last fall called Why College? Your Education and the Good Life. The course, which meets twice a week in small seminar sections, is the first of three classes that comprises Stanford’s newly restructured undergraduate requirement program, Civil, Liberal, and Global Education (COLLEGE).
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