Guide to Junior Convocation Series [videorecording] V0375

Finding aid prepared by Daniel Hartwig
Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives
Stanford University Libraries.
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Stanford, California, 94305
Repository email: speccollref@stanford.edu
February 2012


Title: Junior Convocation series [videorecording]
Identifier/Call Number: V0375
Contributing Institution: Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 4.0 videotape(s) (U-matic)
Date: 1984
creator: Stanford Instructional Television Network

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[identification of item], Junior Convocation Series (V0375). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Stanford Instructional Television Network
Stanford University--Graduate work.
Stanford University.
Universities and colleges--Graduate work.

Box 1

Graduate school applications--when, why and how to finance 1.1 1984 Oct 15

General Physical Description note: 1 videotape(s) (U-matic)

Scope and Contents note

Karlene Dickey and Albert Gelpi, both Associate Deans in the Graduate Division, Stanford University, present the first in a series of four workshops intended to introduce Stanford juniors to the concept, mechanics, and cost of entering graduate school.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Dickey, Karlene N.
Gelpi, Albert.
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Technical graduate programs science, engineering, computer science / [presented by] Raymond Clayton, Gil Masters [and] Stuart Reyes. 1.2 1984 Oct 16

General Physical Description note: 1 videotape(s) (U-matic)

Scope and Contents note

Raymond Clayton, Director of Admissions, Stanford Medical School, Gil Masters, Associate Dean, School of Engineering, and Stuart Reyes, Assistant Chairman, Computer Science Department at Stanford address issues concerning application to the advanced degree programs in ther respective departments. A question and answer period follows.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Clayton, Raymond.
Masters, Gil.
Reyes, Stuart.
Stanford University--Graduate work.
Computers--Study and teaching--California --Stanford.
Engineering--Study and teaching (Continuing education) --California --Stanford.
Medicine--Study and teaching--California --Stanford.
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Graduate programs in humanities, education and social sciences [presented by] Jim Marshall, Helen Brooks [and] Dan Weinberger. 1.3 1984 Oct 17

General Physical Description note: 1 videotape(s) (U-matic)

Scope and Contents note

Jim Marshall, Assistant Director, Stanford Teacher Education Program, Helen Brooks, Coordinator of Western Thought and Literature, and Dan Weinberger, Professor of Psychology, Stanford University discuss the advantages of graduate work in ther respective fields. A question and answer period follows.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Brooks, Helen, 1949-
Marshall, J. D. (Jim D.)
Stanford University--Graduate work.
Weinberger, Dan.
Education--Study and teaching (Graduate)
Humanities--Study and teaching--California --Stanford.
Psychology--Study and teaching (Graduate) --California --Stanford.
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If not graduate school, then what? employment, public service / [presented by] Ed Escobedo. 1.4 1984 Oct 18

General Physical Description note: 1 videotape(s) (U-matic)

Scope and Contents note

Ed Escobedo, Coordinator, Graduate Counseling Programs at the Career Planning and Placement Center, Stanford University, is joined by Catherine Milton, special advisor for public service to President Donald Kennedy at Stanford, and by Steve Witt, an entrepreneur, in presenting some of the many post-undergraduate opportunities available. Escobedo stresses the fact that given the number of options, each person's choice becomes a highly individualistic act.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Escobedo, Ed.
Milton, Catherine.
Stanford University--Vocational guidance.
Witt, Steve.
Vocational guidance--California --Stanford.