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Symbolic Systems Program
School of Humanities & Sciences
Spring 2020: COVID-19 and S/NC grading
Reimagining humanity and technology.
Human and artificial intelligence. Mind and machine.
Symbolic Systems is a unique program for undergraduates and graduates that integrates knowledge from diverse fields of study including:
Computer Science • Linguistics • Mathematics • Philosophy • Psychology • Statistics
What can you do with a SymSys major?
Practically anything. Invent. Research. Teach. Lead.
With hands-on technical training and a deep understanding of how people think and communicate, your SymSys degree will help you stand out.
Barwise Award: Stephanie Niu ('19) and Darian Martos ('19)
Firestone Medal: Jñani Crawford ('20)
What The Kids Are Saying These Days
"Quid Pro Quo" Wins Symbol of the Year Vote for 2019
Symbolic Systems Director Michael Frank recognized with Troland Research Award
Stanford student minoring in Symbolic Systems awarded 2019 Rhodes Scholarship
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