We welcome all undergraduate students (from Stanford as well as neighboring universities) interested in pursuing graduate school, or who just want to learn more about what it means to do research, to attend our events!
All of our events are free to undergraduate students, thanks to generous funding support from the Office of Student Engagement (ASSU), the Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education, the Haas Center for Public Service, and Stanford Engineering departments.
What SERIO progams are available?
- Biannual (minimum) one-on-one meetings with a graduate student mentor
- Quarterly SERIO-wide mentor-mentee meetings
- SERIS is a 2-day program for undergraduate students to visit Stanford and learn about graduate school and how to prepare as an undergraduate student
- Occurs annually in Winter Quarter
- Attendees will be selected based on need and merit from a written application. The written application is open to all undergraduate students from any university.
- Introduction events to the SERIS program
- Informational events to help prepare undergraduate students for graduate school (how to start research, resume building, application help, etc.)
- These sessions are open to all graduate and undergraduate students at Stanford (and neighboring universities if students are able to arrange their own transport)
- Typically held in Fall quarter
- If you are interested in attending these programs, but are not a SERIS alumni or SERIO mentee, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
How do I participate?
Each year, we table at the Fall Quarter Student Organization & Engagement Fair for undergraduate students at Stanford. Feel free to stop by, ask questions, and get some candy! Check out our past tabling events on our news page.
Please visit the links below for detailed participation information. We hope to see you at our upcoming events!