LGBTQ Postdocs

Constituency: Postdocs
Office: Office of Postdoctoral Affairs

The LGBTQ Postdocs bring together members of their community across Stanford University to build support structures and provide professional guidance.


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  • Mentoring in Research

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    The Advanced English Skills for Non-Native Speakers series has 4 courses taught in small, intensive classes offered throughout the year designed to refine the proficiency and fluency in academic speaking and writing.

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