Undergraduate Program Representatives
The Program in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies revived the Peer Advisor program during the 2022-23 academic year. The selected student advisors chose a new name to represent their role in the program -- Program Representative. These students are happy to meet with anybody interested in majoring or minoring in FGSS.
Sarah Jung is a third-year undergraduate student from Los Angeles, CA pursuing a major in FGSS. The first Stanford class that captivated her attention and brought her into this field was called “Leaving Patriarchy: A Course for All Genders” with Professor Nina Schloesser Tarano (a must-take for anyone!) Her favorite author, visionary, and activist to read and study is bell hooks. She loves reading and bonding with trees in her free time.
Glede Wang (she/her)
Qixuan Wang, with preferred name Glede, is a third-year undergraduate student at Stanford from Shenzhen, China. She is a queer woman looking to pursue a double major in FGSS and Political Science. Her research primarily focuses on Asian/Asian American sexual politics and digital humanity with big data analysis. She enjoys tennis, watermelon, and cosplay during her free time.
Lucas Benjamin Lawrence (he/him)
Lucas is in his final quarter at Stanford, finishing up a major with honors in FGSS. His thesis, fragment[ed], uses its hybrid genre to question boundaries and binaries. Creative or scholarly? Adult or child? Man or woman? Vulnerable or an agent of power? In writing and in life, Lucas has many more questions than he does answers, and that is exactly how he prefers it. He will continue to use the theoretical frameworks from FGSS as a law student next year.
Outside of academics, Lucas is a homemaker at heart. He lives with his spouse Marija, who he met at Stanford and married over 5 years ago! Together they have two cats, Grayling & Rusty, who charm all the wayward queers that come over…