Undergraduate students are provided the opportunity and resources to engage in world-class research. An A3C Graduate Student In Residence is available to serve as a mentor and coach to encourage and support undergraduate research. Through workshops and one-on-one mentoring and advising, the graduate student can help undergraduates think about research early in their Stanford careers. Assistance can include help with formulating a research question, grant writing, IRB submission and tips on data collection and writing of the research paper.
Come learn how to start your journey in research.
Office Hours: Mondays, 2PM - 4PM or by appointment in the A3C Couchroom, Old Union Clubhouse, 2nd Floor
Anh Truong ’14, has returned to Stanford as a second year PhD candidate in Computer Science and her research interests are leveraging computer graphics and along with human-computer interaction (HCI) principles to build tools that make it easier for everyday people to tell their stories through video. She has joined the A3C staff as our Graduate Student in Residence for Undergraduate Research. Anh’s role will be to serve as a mentor and coach to undergraduates to support and encourage undergraduate research. She is available for one-on-one advising and to assist with all aspects of research and fellowship applications.
From the Chappell Lougee application to Haas Summer Fellowships, Anh is available to help with everything from framing a research question to writing the grant or fellowship application. Anh was an undergraduate at Stanford and is very familiar with all the funding opportunities and resources. If you are interested in getting funded for summer projects or independent research come talk to Anh.