Residential Education can be described in many different ways. However, the most important thing to remember is that Residential Education is about the people it serves! From providing programming in the residences to community engagement, ResEd oversees a myriad of opportunities for both the student body, as well as for the professional university staff by bringing both groups together to engage in the development of intellectual, educational and community building policies, programs, and activities.
We are concerned with the experience of individual residents and how to best serve each of them given the diversity and complexity of each experience.
About the Assistant Vice Provost
Cheryl A. Brown, Ph.D., is Assistant Vice Provost for Residential Education and a resident fellow at Meier Hall. Cheryl has nearly two decades of professional experience in higher education, including more than a decade at Stanford, where she previously served as director of Frosh 101, associate director of African and African American Studies, college director (resident fellow) of the Freshman-Sophomore College, and an advisor to undergraduate students.
About Our Professional Staff
Our professional staff are the main drivers of ResEd initiatives and programs. We are focused on providing the space and support for all of our residents to have a meaningful experience on The Farm. As a department we value learning and exploration as we seek to provide our students with a myriad of learning opportunities, that can vary from learning to write a play or cultivating life skills in a variety of workshops and community building exercises all the way to interviewing a world leader.
Residential Education commits to create and maintain an inclusive community that promotes critical inquiry and exploration while celebrating identity and difference.
Here you can learn more about the professional staff that support our neighborhoods and the Residential Education department. Please note that profiles are linked to the Stanford Directory and you must be logged in with your Stanford credentials to view.