"There is nothing like teaching a group of mature students who come to an evening seminar after a full day of having a life outside of the university. They are among the best, most engaged students I have worked with."
—Paula Findlen, Ubaldo Pierotti Professor of History and, by courtesy, of French and Italian
Study with Stanford Faculty
Stanford's faculty is one of the most distinguished in the nation. It includes 17 Nobel laureates, 4 Pulitzer Prize winners, 16 National Medal of Science winners, 169 members of the National Academy of Sciences, 284 members of the Academy of Arts and Sciences, 108 members of the National Academy of Engineering, and 26 members of the National Academy of Education.
MLA faculty, who are recruited from among Stanford University’s most distinguished professors, are eager to share their own enthusiasm for their subjects with this group of students. In the small group setting of MLA seminars, students have the opportunity to get to know their professors in a way that many students have never before experienced.
The following faculty will be teaching, or have recently taught, for the MLA Program: