Preparing Citizens

New ways of thinking

We are preparing students to live, work, and serve as thoughtful citizens through groundbreaking new curricula, enhanced resources, and financial aid.

Stanford is a place where we are preparing citizens and leaders.

Speakers in order of appearance:

  • Lerone Martin, director, Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute; ; Martin Luther King, Jr., Centennial Professor and professor of religious studies, School of Humanities and Sciences

  • Steve Collins, associate professor, School of Engineering; principal investigator, Stanford Biomechatronics Laboratory; member, Stanford Bio-X, Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute; faculty affiliate, Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence

  • Ladoris Cordell, JD ’74, retired judge; first African American woman judge in Northern California and first Black woman to sit on the Superior Court of Northern California

  • Lisa Goldman Rosas (voiceover only), assistant professor, School of Medicine; principal investigator, Food for Health Equity Lab; member, Stanford Bio-X, Stanford Cancer Institute, Maternal and Child Health Research Institute

Stories:For more inspiration

  • Cardinal rules

    Andrew Luck, ’12, MA ’23, reflects on what student-athletes get, and what they give.

  • The second envelope

    For political science professor Michael McFaul, getting admitted to Stanford was only the first step.

  • Ethics on the brain

    Three Embedded Ethics Fellows describe what’s top of mind as they work with today’s computer science students—tomorrow’s technologists, innovators, and leaders—and what gives them hope for the future.