From 1973 to 1976, Frederic Stout served as the first director of the Program on Urban Studies at Stanford and has been a lecturer in that Program ever since. Educated at Harvard College, the University of Maryland, and the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Mr. Stout has taught history, urban planning theory, and urban culture studies at the University of California, Davis, New College of California, and San Francisco State University. He helped to develop the teaching assistant training program at the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), created the Co-terminal Teaching Program with the Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP), and served for many years as Stanfordâ??s faculty representative to the Truman Scholarship program. Mr. Stout is the co-author/co-editor of The City Reader, the most widely adopted textbook-anthology in the field of Urban Studies. The City Reader is now in its fifth edition, and a Chinese edition will be published soon by Commercial Press, Beijing.
URBANST 110: Utopia and Reality: Introduction to Urban Studies (Autumn, Spring)
URBANST 167: The Automobile and the City (Winter)
EDUC 380: Supervised Internship (Spring, Summer)
EDUC 470: Practicum (Spring, Summer)