Each year, students pursuing the minor are invited to attend a school or university-sponsored event pertaining to the field of education. Recent events have included:
2017: "Backpack Full of Cash," dinner and film screening hosted by the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE).
2017: Conversation with Beverly Daniel Tatum, president emerita of Spelman College, author of seminal texts about race and education, and the 2017 Mimi and Peter E. Haas Distinguished Visitor at Stanford.
2016: “Combating Inequity in Education,” dinner and lecture featuring Stanford President John Hennessy, GSE faculty Linda Darling-Hammond and Sean Reardon, and Founder and CEO of the Khan Academy, Salman Khan.
2015: “Reimagining the Profession of Teaching,” dinner and lecture featuring GSE faculty Linda Darling-Hammond, journalist and author of The Teacher Wars: A History of America’s Most Embattled Profession, Dana Goldstein, and co-founder, CEO, and editor-in-chief of Chalkbeat, Elizabeth Green
2014: “Putting Education to Work,” dinner and conversation with education reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, Jill Tucker
2013: “Why I Study Education,” dinner and panel discussion featuring GSE faculty Ira Lit, Jelena Obradovic, and Amado Padilla
Each year, the Graduate School of Education invites students graduating with an Undergraduate Minor Degree in Education and those graduating with Undergraduate Honors in Education to an annual Honor Cord Ceremony. This Commencement Ceremony celebrates the achievements of our undergraduate students and the families and friends who have supported them. This event is typically held the Friday prior to Commencement.