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Learn technical academic skills!

During Studios, students have the opportunity to discuss, engage with, and apply best practices and strategies for academics in a structured, peer-supported setting. Studios focus on technical academic skills such as effectively utilizing a programming language to make progress on your academic research or identifying the right application or tool to manage your time. Whether you're an undergraduate, graduate, or professional student - there's a studio for you!

Academic Studios

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For Stanford graduate and professional students to discuss and apply best practices in their academic work in a structured, peer-supported setting.

For Stanford undergraduate and co-term students to discuss and apply best practices in their academic work in a structured, peer-supported setting.

Upcoming Studios

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Fall Quarter Studios have concluded. Winter Quarter Studios will be announced in January 2022. Check out all of our past Studios here.

What are Studios?

Studios consist of a tutorial and studio session and focuses on technical academic skills. A Studio starts with a tutorial on a technical learning and research or academic management topic, such as generating data plots to present data effectively or identifying and learning tools and applications to effectively manage your time. Activities and discussions centered around these topics are interwoven into the tutorial session which is then followed by a dedicated optional studio time where students can:

  • Apply activity and discussion takeaways to their own academic work

  • Follow-up with Peer Learning Consultants on academic strategies

  • Connect with other students to share their experiences