H-STAR focused on advancing the human sciences, often in the context of their application to the design and uses of information technology and their influences on people, with a particular emphasis on education and learning. H-STAR programs conducted research at the intersection of human sciences and information technology in the areas of learning, mobility, collaboration, entertainment and commerce.
H-STAR was home to several large-scale research programs and research labs
mediaX took its strength from Stanford’s thought leadership—the faculty, students, courses, and the research programs that receive support from federal agencies and private foundations. Working closely with over two dozen ...Read More
Directed by Banny Bannerjee, and working with Stanford's d.School, Stanford ChangeLabs aimed to pioneer world-class thinking on large-scale, sustainable transformation and creating our world's future systems. To fulfill this vision, ...Read More
Workshops hosted by H-STAR focus on major global issues. There was no shortage of smart people with good ideas for how to improve things, but much of the activity in ...Read More
Currently, Stanford University is restricting Visiting Scholars. When and if the program reopens, and in accordance with Stanford policies governing Visiting Scholars, we'll look forward to welcoming new visitors to ...Read More