Graduate Student Organizations
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- Biomedical Association for the Interest of Minority Students (BioAIMS):
The Biomedical Association for the Interest of Minority Students (BioAIMS) is an inclusive organization that provides a welcoming home for all Biosciences students at Stanford to celebrate their identities -- especially those that have been traditionally marginalized in academia. We actively build this community through cultural celebrations, peer support, and career development programming. To address the issues facing our communities, we engage in social justice advocacy and local outreach initiatives.
- Chicano/Latino Graduate Students Association (CLGSA):
CLGSA's primary purposes are to serve the needs of Chicano/Latino graduate students from all of the graduate departments and schools at Stanford and to encourage collaboration and exchange within this population.
- Diversity Advocacy Committee (DAC):
DAC was formed in May 2004 to join faculty, administrators and graduate groups to address the under-representation of women and ethnic minorities in our graduate and professional schools.
- Stanford Hermanas in STEM:
- Stanford Hermanas in STEM is an organization of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows that works to support Latinas in the STEM fields.
- Hispanic Business Students Association (HBSA)
- The Hispanic Business Students Association's purpose is to promote and support the Hispanic community at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and to provide events and resources for all Hispanic and Latino students. Leadership: GSB-hbsa-Leadership@stanford.edu.
- Latino Engineering Graduate Organization at Stanford (LEGOS):
The purpose of LEGOS is to provide peer support and social networks to Latino graduate students in engineering, and to aid in recruitment and retention of diversity graduate engineers.
- Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA):
LMSA is a network of students, alumni and health professionals whose mission is to promote the development of Latino students through education, volunteerism and professional networking opportunities that foster diversity, higher education and the improved health of the Latino community.
- The Language, Equity and Education Policy Working Group (LEEP):
LEEP provides a forum for dialogue across diverse strands of research in language and education and establishes a resource network for graduate students, faculty and community members. LEEP aims to bring issues of language, equity and diversity to the forefront of educational research, supports our community of emerging scholars, and brings together faculty within and beyond Stanford to discuss these issues.
- Stanford Latino Law Students Association (SLLSA):
SLLSA is committed to creating and maintaining a community for Latino students at Stanford Law School and sending highly qualified, dedicated and responsible Latino lawyers into every legal arena. For more information, contact our leadership: email@example.com. Also see: https://law.stanford.edu/sllsa/#slsnav-contact-information.
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Regional-Specific Student Organizations with Graduate Student Members:
- Argentinos En Stanford
- Brazilian Students’ Association
- Caribbean Student Association
- Chilean Stanford Student Association
- Colombian Student Association
- Ecuatorianos at Stanford
- Latin@s Unid@s
- Mexican Student Association
- Panamanian Student Association
- Peruvian Student Association at Stanford
- Venezuelan Student Association