Community Associates (CAs) are graduate students who work with the Graduate Life Office (GLO) and who live in each of the graduate residences. CAs have a variety of responsibilities in the residential community. Their primary role is to foster and encourage a sense of community in the residences by planning and coordinating welcome events and orientation programs at the beginning of the academic year, as well as multicultural, educational, social and recreational events throughout the year. CAs work closely with the GLO deans and can advise their fellow residents about support services available on campus as well as residential policies.
Cancer Biology students: Irene Li, Michael Dubreuil
Office of Sustainability
The Office of Sustainability and Business Services (OOS), in the Department of Sustainability and Energy Management connects campus departments and entities and works collaboratively with them to steer sustainability-specific initiatives, serving as the hub of Sustainable Stanford programming, and providing a business office in service of sustainability programming, with a focus across seven key areas: infrastructural planning support; assessments, evaluations, and reporting; business systems; conservation programs; communications, training, and education; collaborative governance; and organizational effectiveness.
Cancer Biology students: Irene Li