562 Salvatierra Walk
Stanford, CA 94305
Come hear about all the opportunities for undergraduates that the Bill Lane Center offers including our American West spring course, annual sophomore college trips, Center research, and summer internships. We will have students who have participated in the different aspects of the Center and we encourage you to stop by the Haas Center to learn more.
The American West Course
The American West is an interdisciplinary undergraduate course taught by a distinguished group of five scholars from different departments and two different schools. It integrates several disciplinary perspectives into a comprehensive examination of western North America: its history, physical geography, climate, literature, art, film, institutions, politics, demography, economy, and continuing policy challenges. For more information take a look at our website.
In 2018 the class studied public lands in Utah. Visit our page for a detailed map journal of our trip. For 2019 we plan to study Energy in Hawaii.
The Center hires several undergraduate researchers during both the school year and summer. Find more information on what our researches have been working on to support the Center's efforts.
Summer Internships including Western internships and Stanford Energy Internships in California and the West (SEICW)
The Bill Lane Center offers 12 internships with various partners in the West and partners with Precourt Institute for Energy, Haas Center for Public Service, and Stanford in Government to offer additional internships in California, Colorado, and Utah. Our students write two blogs about their expereiences, so click to read more from our 2018 summer interns.