(May 13, 2011) Stanford students Stephanie Nicholson, Tommy Kramer and Shuqiao Song share their experiences working with campus tutors at Stanford University. Free peer tutoring is available for all undergraduate students looking to improve their oral communication skills or seeking advice on a writing project.
The NExT Video Series seeks to connect Stanford undergraduates with the opportunities that are available to them as students. The series is run through The Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education.
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