GSE Programming

GSE Research Mentorship

The GSE Research Mentorship Program pairs undergraduate students with an individual from a GSE PhD program.

The undergraduate student serves as a Research Assistant to the graduate student in order to get insight into the academic pathway of education. Most GSE students come to Stanford with a variety of professional experiences, so students have the opportunity to foster a relationship with a mentor who can answer their questions about what it means to pursue academia in education.

Mentor and mentee applications for this year’s program will be released this October. Have questions? Email VP of GSE Programming, Negin Behzadian, at

GSE Shadow Week

The GSE Shadow Week allows undergraduates to visit GSE classes during a specific week of Winter quarter. Last year, students had the opportunity to visit classes in the various Master's programs such as the Learning, Design, and Technology Program, the Stanford Teacher Education Program, and the Curriculum Studies and Teacher Education Program.