Events Calendar

01

Apr

Webinar

Science-Based Strategies to Support Your Immune System

The immune system is a marvelously complex set of organs, cells, and chemicals that fight microbes every day. While there are many products, plans, and pills on the market claiming to boost the...

03

Apr

Berry Event

WSP 148 — Vitality Essentials: How to Live Your Best Possible Life

Why do certain people seem so vital and vibrant? In a world where many of us feel burdened by stress, pressure, and competing demands, a lucky few seem to radiate with joy, purpose, warmth, and vitality. In this course, we will draw from research in biology, medicine, psychology, sociology, and elsewhere to understand how our …

05

Apr

Online Class

Mindfulness in Your Home Garden

Rediscover your home garden as a place of productivity, nourishment, and refuge in this 4-week online engagement class. You will have the opportunity to explore your garden from new angles both literally and...

05

Apr

Webinar

Introduction to Ayurveda – A Path Towards a Harmonious Lifestyle

Ayurveda is the traditional, ancient Indian system of health science. Its name literally means "the science of life." The Ayurvedic method of healthcare emphasizes a holistic view of health. This 5,000-year-old science focuses...

07

Apr

Berry Event

WELL 05 — Designing Your Third Third for Longevity

The third third of life doesn’t look the way it used to. During the 20th century, a three-stage view of life emerged: education, career, then retirement. Over the same century, life expectancy increased by thirty years, with growing numbers of people living healthy, productive lives into their eighties and nineties. How will you make the …

07

Apr

Online Class

Managing Your Emotions in the Workplace

Stressful situations can be all too common in the workplace, but how do we manage our emotional response while keeping things professional? Join us for a 90-minute interactive online workshop to uncover the...

07

Apr

Online Class

Healthy Kitchen, Cooking Together – The Mediterranean Way

Are you looking for new inspiration for mealtimes? If so, you’ll want to join this Healthy Kitchen class focusing on the Mediterranean style of cooking and eating. There is evidence that this...

08

Apr

Online Class

Beginning Zentangle Art

Unlock a new pathway to relaxation and inner focus. The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. Because the design evolves organically, it...

09

Apr

Webinar

Create Your Own Home Workout

We all know that exercise is important for our overall health and well-being. But despite our best intentions, many people find it hard to establish the habit of a consistent workout. Some have...

12

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

12

Apr

Wellness Event

Sit and Stand Comfortably at Your Computer Station

Do you put up with nagging tension or discomfort while working? Even minor tension, if ignored, can contribute to repetitive strain injury or neck and shoulder pain. The way you use your workstation can make all the difference. In this noontime webinar, you will learn to recognize some common bad habits and gain insights into …

12

Apr

Berry Event

PDV 95 — Mindsets Matter: Strategies for Improving Your Performance, Health, and Well-Being

When you eat vegetables, is it a chore or an indulgence? When you take a new medication, do you think about how it will help you heal, or do you worry about side effects? Do you avoid or embrace stress? Your answers to questions like these can reveal how mindsets—thoughts, beliefs, and expectations, conscious or …

12

Apr

Online Class

Sit and Stand Comfortably at Your Computer Station

Do you put up with nagging tension or discomfort while working? Even minor tension, if ignored, can contribute to repetitive strain injury or neck and shoulder pain. The way you use your workstation...

13

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

13

Apr

Berry Event

DRA 173 — Everyday Spontaneity: Improvising Our Lives

You will need to improvise today. We all will. Most of us, however, doubt our ability to navigate change with confidence. The study of improvisation can help us learn to trust our own ideas. This course will give you the tools to experience new ways of responding and adapting to change, and it can help …

13

Apr

Wellness Event

Fireside Chat with Jack Groppel

Join BeWell for a free fireside chat with Jack Groppel, PhD, Professor of Exercise & Sport Science, and Professor of Business at Judson University with moderator Patty de Vries, Associate Director of Faculty and Staff Wellness. Preregistration is required. REGISTER 

13

Apr

Wellness Event

StEMi X – Stanford Emergency Medicine Innovation Symposium

The Stanford Emergency Medicine Innovation Virtual Symposium – StEMiX – on April 13, 2021 is a first-of-its- kind conversation dedicated to precision emergency medicine, and the creation, integration, and dissemination of innovative emergency medicine tools and ideas. More than 20 health care thought leaders and innovators from around the country will share their insights and …

13

Apr

Wellness Event

Alcohol-Induced Facial Flushing and Health Implications

Free and open to the community Facial flushing and increased heart rate after alcohol consumption is frequent among Asians. Approximately 560 million people, or 8% of the world population, suffer from this unpleasant response. This phenomenon is caused by a genetic deficiency of the aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH2) gene which plays a critical role for alcohol …

13

Apr

Wellness Event

Stanford Center on Longevity Design Challenge 2021 Finals and Winners Announcement

Join us as we conclude and announce the winners of the 8th annual Stanford Center on Longevity Design Challenge on Tuesday, April 13. This year over 220 university students from 37 different countries submitted designs around the theme After the Pandemic: Designing the Next Version of Our World. Out of these submissions, eight finalist teams …

13

Apr

Wellness Event

SCBE Seminar: Vardit Ravitsky, The Emergence & Global Spread of Noninvasive Prenatal Testing

Vardit Ravitsky is Full Professor at the Bioethics Program, School of Public Health, University of Montreal and part-time Senior Lecturer on Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She is President of the International Association of Bioethics and Director of Ethics and Health at the Center for Research on Ethics. Her research focuses …

13

Apr

Wellness Event

Healthcare Entrepreneurship in China

Join us for a fireside chat between Mr. Shih-Hung Chen and Dr. Richard Dasher as they provide an overview of entrepreneurship in healthcare domains in China. All seminars will be held online via Zoom, 4:30 PM – 5:50 PM, with informal networking following until about 6:30 PM (PST).  REGISTER below for the entire series*. Register in advance for this …

14

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

14

Apr

Wellness Event

The Improviser’s Mindset, April 14 – May 5, 2021

Improvisational theater is the art of getting onstage in front of a live audience and making up a story, collaboratively. The skills required to accomplish this while on the spot and under pressure are invaluable offstage as well. In this online engagement class, you will learn and practice improvisational skills that can develop resilience, resourcefulness, …

14

Apr

Wellness Event

Pain with a “Psychogenic Overlay”: Gender, Race and the Political Ethics of Pain Relief in the U.S.

Keith Andrew Wailoo is Henry Putnam University Professor of History and Public Affairs at Princeton University where he teaches in the Department of History and the School of Public and International Affairs. He is former Chair of the Department of History, the former Vice Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs, and current …

14

Apr

Wellness Event

Sitting Space – Meditation led by Stanford Students

Sitting Space is a student-led meditation group that aims to foster meditative practices and conversation about the benefits of meditation. Each week, students will lead a guided meditation for approximately 20-30 minutes. All are welcome to join! Wednesdays 6:00pm – 7:00pm PST Zoom link: http://tinyurl.com/sittingspaceMeeting ID: 518 739 7905Password: 123456

14

Apr

Wellness Event

CTSA Visiting KL2 Scholar Lecture

Computational Histologic Analysis for the Diagnosis of Heart Transplant Rejection Eliot Peyster, MD, MScInstructor, Advanced Heart Failure and Transplant MedicineUniversity of Pennsylvania Traditional histology remains a vital part of post-heart transplant care, with recipients undergoing frequent surveillance biopsies for histologic rejection grading. Unfortunately, rejection grading suffers from poor inter-pathologist agreement, poor correlation with the clinical …

14

Apr

Online Class

The Improviser’s Mindset

Improvisational theater is the art of getting onstage in front of a live audience and making up a story, collaboratively. The skills required to accomplish this while on the spot and under pressure...

15

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

15

Apr

Berry Event

Monthly SCRP Workshop

All employees can contribute before-tax dollars to the Tax-Deferred Account (TDA) or after-tax dollars to the Roth 403(b) starting after their first paycheck; eligible employees may also receive a generous matching contribution to the Contributory Retirement Account (CRA) after one-year of service. If you want to learn more about the many options and benefits provided …

15

Apr

Wellness Event

Setting Intentions for Health and Well-Being

It’s never too late to start setting intentions to help you reach your goals. If last year has taught us anything, it is that learning to be flexible with uncertainty and focusing on the things we can control are key to our physical and mental well-being. During this noon webinar, we will start by differentiating …

15

Apr

Wellness Event

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), April 15 – June 3, 2021

It has been known for centuries in the meditative traditions, and now widely accepted in Western culture, that the sustained practice of mindfulness meditation can have profoundly healing and transformative effects on one’s life. This 8-week online class is modeled on the program taught at the UMass Stress Reduction Clinic and will focus on mindfulness …

15

Apr

Wellness Event

Interrogating the Gut Microbiome: Estimation of Bacterial Growth Rates

Full Talk Title: “Interrogating the Gut Microbiome: Estimation of Bacterial Growth Rates and Prediction of Biosynthetic Gene Clusters” Brief Bio: Hongzhe Li (Lee) is Perelman Professor at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. He is Vice Chair of Research Integration and Director of Center for Statistics in Big Data in the Department of …

15

Apr

Online Class

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)

It has been known for centuries in the meditative traditions, and now widely accepted in Western culture, that the sustained practice of mindfulness meditation can have profoundly healing and transformative effects on one's...

15

Apr

Webinar

Setting Intentions for Health and Well-Being

It’s never too late to start setting intentions to help you reach your goals. If last year has taught us anything, it is that learning to be flexible with uncertainty and focusing...

16

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

16

Apr

Wellness Event

Pediatric Grand Rounds (CME): Ultrasound Microbubbles – A New Era in Pediatric Imaging

Pediatric Grand Rounds (CME): Ultrasound Microbubbles – A New Era in Pediatric Imaging Presented by Richard Barth, MDRadiologist-in-Chief, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Professor and Associate Chairman of RadiologyStanford University School of Medicine Please join our mailing list to receive Zoom and CME information for each session. 

16

Apr

Wellness Event

Life is a Journey: Plan Ahead! An advance care planning webinar for the general public

April 16th is “National Healthcare Decisions Day,” a day when we focus on the importance of advance care planning.  Advance care planning is the process of discussing your values, goals, and preferences for your medical care.  It is an ongoing process.  Part of it involves completing a living will, and selecting a healthcare power of …

19

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

19

Apr

Wellness Event

Stanford Drug Discovery Symposium 2021

We welcome you to attend our 5th Annual Stanford Drug Discovery Symposium 2021 (SDDS 2021) on April 19-20, 2021. SDDS 2021 is a free virtual event and anyone interested are welcome. For additional information, including the agenda and the list of speakers for this year’s event, please visit our website. We also encourage you to …

20

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

20

Apr

Wellness Event

Stanford Drug Discovery Symposium 2021

We welcome you to attend our 5th Annual Stanford Drug Discovery Symposium 2021 (SDDS 2021) on April 19-20, 2021. SDDS 2021 is a free virtual event and anyone interested are welcome. For additional information, including the agenda and the list of speakers for this year’s event, please visit our website. We also encourage you to …

20

Apr

Wellness Event

Mindful Self-Compassion for Well-Being

Recent research supports the powerful combination of mindfulness and self-compassion on enhancing our emotional well-being. By developing and practicing these skills, we can boost happiness and improve relationships while reducing anxiety, depression and shame. Join us for this noontime webinar to explore mindfulness tools and practices and learn how to incorporate them into our daily …

20

Apr

Wellness Event

Healthy Strategies to Cope with Emotional Distress, April 20 – 27, 2021

Emotional distress is a part of life that we all encounter sooner or later. While we cannot always control what life throws our way, we can develop coping skills that support our health and well-being. This 2-session online class is designed to help you live in a constructive, compassionate, and mindful manner while maintaining a …

20

Apr

Wellness Event

“Kids Under Pressure” with Denise Pope

Student stress is up and engagement with learning is down during the pandemic. A new groundbreaking study by NBC News and Challenge Success, a non-profit affiliated with Stanford Graduate School of Education, reveals the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on student well-being and academic engagement. Based on responses from 10,000+ students across a range of …

20

Apr

Berry Event

Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders in Neurodiversity

Join us for the third event in the “Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders” speaker series. This event will be moderated by Michael Fox, CIO for Land, Buildings and Real Estate and co-sponsor for the Neurodiversity in IT Program.  The panel will consist of leaders who are passionate about changing the employment landscape for our neurodiverse friends …

20

Apr

Wellness Event

PHIND Seminar – Manuel Garcia-Toca, MD, MS & Oliver O. Aalami, MD

The PHIND Center is part of the Department of Radiology and is the first center in the world to focus on precision health and integrated diagnostics. We bring together faculty from all across campus to initiate new collaborations and strengthen existing ones. The PHIND Center hosts a seminar series that is open and free to …

20

Apr

Webinar

Mindful Self-Compassion for Well-Being

Recent research supports the powerful combination of mindfulness and self-compassion on enhancing our emotional well-being. By developing and practicing these skills, we can boost happiness and improve relationships while reducing anxiety, depression and...

20

Apr

Online Class

Healthy Strategies to Cope with Emotional Distress

Emotional distress is a part of life that we all encounter sooner or later. While we cannot always control what life throws our way, we can develop coping skills that support our health...

21

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

21

Apr

Wellness Event

Happy Gut, Happy Life, April 21 – May 12, 2021

Are digestive issues interfering with your life? If so, you may be suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a common disorder that affects your intestines. Signs and symptoms of IBS can include cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea, and constipation. In this 4-session online engagement class, we will examine what is happening in the gut …

21

Apr

Wellness Event

Healthy Kitchen, Cooking Together – The Mediterranean Way

Are you looking for new inspiration for mealtimes? If so, you’ll want to join this Healthy Kitchen class focusing on the Mediterranean style of cooking and eating. There is evidence that this diet based on vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, nuts and seeds, and olive oil may decrease the risk of heart disease, overall cancer, …

21

Apr

Berry Event

Get Ready to Roll—Start Riding Your Bike Now!

Join us for this one-hour, BeWell Berry webinar on How to Get Started Riding. You will learn what gear is essential, tips on bike safety and bike commuting, and more! All levels of cyclists are welcome to join. Hosted by Join Ariadne Delon Scott, Stanford Transportation Director of Active Mobility and Anna Walters, Events and …

21

Apr

Wellness Event

Sitting Space – Meditation led by Stanford Students

Sitting Space is a student-led meditation group that aims to foster meditative practices and conversation about the benefits of meditation. Each week, students will lead a guided meditation for approximately 20-30 minutes. All are welcome to join! Wednesdays 6:00pm – 7:00pm PST Zoom link: http://tinyurl.com/sittingspaceMeeting ID: 518 739 7905Password: 123456

21

Apr

Wellness Event

CCSRE ALUMNI SALON: Women of Color in the Workforce: Life in Silicon Valley

Join us for this important conversation at the intersection of race, gender, and work in the context of the Silicon Valley economy and impacts of COVID-19. SPEAKERS: Sheela Subramanian (’03), Senior Director, Slack Melissa Abad, Research Associate, Stanford VMWare Moderated by Perlita R. Dicochea, CCSRE 

21

Apr

Online Class

Happy Gut, Happy Life – A Practical Guide to Living With Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Are digestive issues interfering with your life? If so, you may be suffering from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a common disorder that affects your intestines. Signs and symptoms of IBS can include cramping...

21

Apr

Online Class

Healthy Kitchen, Cooking Together – The Mediterranean Way

Are you looking for new inspiration for mealtimes? If so, you’ll want to join this Healthy Kitchen class focusing on the Mediterranean style of cooking and eating. There is evidence that this...

22

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

22

Apr

Wellness Event

Exercise-Related Injuries – Recovery and Prevention

Regular physical exercise has many physical, emotional, and social benefits; it can improve mood, reduce stress, improve the quality of sleep, reduce the risk of chronic disease, and much more. Yet an overzealous workout can also lead to strain and injury, especially for busy professionals who spend more time behind a computer screen than at …

22

Apr

Berry Event

BIO 07 — Longing for Longevity: From Biology to Biohacking

Everyone wants to live longer, but nobody wants to get old. So what if we could not only add years to life but also life to years? This is no science fiction, it’s geroscience. In this course, we will see how the booming field of aging biology is redefining what it means to grow old. …

22

Apr

Wellness Event

Natural Capital Conversations – Climate-smart coastal planning and sustainable development

Join us for a special Earth Day Natural Capital Conversation! Coastal communities worldwide are facing a growing number of severe coastal hazards due to warming oceans, extreme heat, and other effects of climate change. The Caribbean shores of Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras are no exception to these threats, but they also hold a diverse …

22

Apr

Wellness Event

MIPS Seminar – Dr. Jennifer Dionne, PhD

The Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford (MIPS) was established as an inter-disciplinary program in 2003 by the Dean of the School of Medicine (Dr. Philip Pizzo) and brings together scientists and physicians who share a common interest in developing and using state-of-the-art imaging technology and developing molecular imaging assays for studying intact biological systems. The …

22

Apr

Wellness Event

Precision Medicine – How the Human Genome Helps Us Define, Detect and Defeat Disease

Free and open to the community Euan Ashley, professor of medicine and genetics and author of the new book The Genome Odyssey – Medical Mysteries and the Incredible Quest to Solve Them, sits down with Leilani Graham, his patient, four-time cardiac arrest survivor, transplant recipient, and patient advocate to discuss heart disease, genetics, patient stories, patient advocacy, …

22

Apr

Wellness Event

Dog Therapy Virtual Visit

Join us for a virtual dog therapy session.  Dogs that participate in the Stanford Pet Partners program as well as SHC PAWs program will be available for some destress time on camera.  Audience members can ask questions about the programs, dogs and anything else they are interested in about the dogs.  Sometimes we can get …

22

Apr

Wellness Event

STUCK@HOME, Stanford Medicine Virtual Concert

STUCK@HOME Stanford Medicine Virtual Concert We believe in the power of music to heal and unite, particularly during uncertain times.  Featuring: Dr. Seema Yasmin reading an excerpt from her book of poetry, If God Was a Virus, and musical performances by Stanford colleagues. April 22, 2021  5:30PM – 6:30PM (PDT) This event is free and …

22

Apr

Wellness Event

Camera as Witness Presents documentary CLIMATE REFUGEES

Camera as Witness Stanford Arts program presents THE POWER OF EMPATHY series co-presented with Bechtel International Center, Palo Alto Libraries, Protect Our Planet and Stanford Film Society In celebration of Earth Day CLIMATE REFUGEES(89 minutes) Bangladesh/China/Tuvalu/USA  Director: Michael Nash Producers: Michael Nash, Justin Hogan A climate refugee is a person displaced by climatically induced environmental …

22

Apr

Webinar

Exercise-Related Injuries – Recovery and Prevention

Regular physical exercise has many physical, emotional, and social benefits; it can improve mood, reduce stress, improve the quality of sleep, reduce the risk of chronic disease, and much more. Yet an overzealous...

23

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

23

Apr

Wellness Event

Understanding and Managing Emotional Triggers

Do you find yourself reacting, internalizing, lashing out, or avoiding when it comes to the difficult situations and conversations? Many of us find that certain words, people, events or experiences can trigger an immediate and intense emotional response. These strong emotions can cause us to react in unhealthy ways and feel a loss of control …

23

Apr

Wellness Event

Pediatric Grand Rounds (CME): Evidence and Experience: Thoughts on Retirement

Pediatric Grand Rounds (CME): Evidence and Experience: Thoughts on Retirement Presented by Peter Koltai, MD, FACSProfessor of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery Stanford School of Medicine Please join our mailing list to receive Zoom and CME information for each session. 

23

Apr

Wellness Event

Haves and Have Nots: How Power Shapes Nuclear Regimes

This panel discussion, moderated by FSI Senior Fellow Gabrielle Hecht, will examine inequality in nuclear regimes.

23

Apr

Webinar

Understanding and Managing Emotional Triggers

Do you find yourself reacting, internalizing, lashing out, or avoiding when it comes to the difficult situations and conversations? Many of us find that certain words, people, events or experiences can trigger an...

26

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

26

Apr

Wellness Event

Making Friends With Stress – Maximizing Opportunities for Growth

Finally, some good news about stress! Recent scientific data has found that there are some real benefits to stress. Times of stress can be opportunities for learning, personal growth, happiness, improved performance, and deeper social interactions. Building on the work of Alia Crum, Stanford professor and principal investigator of the Stanford Mind and Body Lab, …

26

Apr

Wellness Event

Traditional Oriental Medicine Level 1, April 26 – 30, 2021

This practical introduction to the ancient wisdom of Traditional Oriental Medicine (TOM), also often called Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), is a 5-session online engagement class in which knowledge and practical self-care skills are cultivated for the purpose of improving and strengthening the healing potential of your body. You will learn basic TOM, including theories of …

26

Apr

Wellness Event

CTSA Visiting KL2 Scholar Lecture

Modeling familial and acquired cardiomyopathies using next generation human based models Francesca Stillitano, PhDAssistant Professor, Medicine – CardiologyIcahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai My current research focuses on developing human based models to study cardiac diseases. In this presentation, I will show that human in vitro models, such as induced pluripotent stem cells derived …

26

Apr

Online Class

Traditional Oriental Medicine Level 1

This practical introduction to the ancient wisdom of Traditional Oriental Medicine (TOM), also often called Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), is a 5-session online engagement class in which knowledge and practical self-care skills are...

26

Apr

Webinar

Making Friends With Stress – Maximizing Opportunities for Growth

Finally, some good news about stress! Recent scientific research has found that there are some real benefits to stress. Times of stress can be opportunities for learning, personal growth, happiness, improved performance, and...

27

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

27

Apr

Wellness Event

Fireside Chat with Trinny Woodall

Join BeWell for a free fireside chat with Trinny Woodall, founder and CEO of the disruptive beauty brand Trinny Londony with moderator Patty de Vries, associate director of faculty and staff wellness. Preregistration is required. REGISTER 

27

Apr

Berry Event

Make the Most of Your Retirement Savings (Fidelity Investments Webinar)

Learn how to maximize your retirement savings, ways to save for retiremenet beyond your workplace savings plan, and steps you can take today to get prepared for retirement. Register Here

27

Apr

Berry Event

Understanding Social Security Benefits

Between the confusion of what benefits you’re entitled to and when, and the future of Social Security, there are many opinions and questions out there. This course will help you understand the basics of Social Security and plan for your future by detailing what benefits to expect in retirement.  Stanford Benefits is partnering with the MoneyAdvice@Work …

28

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

28

Apr

Wellness Event

Empowered Relief Instructor Certification Workshop

Empowered Relief™ is an evidence-based, single-session pain class that rapidly equips patients with pain management skills. Developed at Stanford University. Empowered Relief™ was developed by pain psychologist Beth Darnall, PhD, and has been embedded into clinical care pathways at Stanford University since 2013. Early positive scientific results led to major NIH funding to further study …

28

Apr

Wellness Event

Sitting Space – Meditation led by Stanford Students

Sitting Space is a student-led meditation group that aims to foster meditative practices and conversation about the benefits of meditation. Each week, students will lead a guided meditation for approximately 20-30 minutes. All are welcome to join! Wednesdays 6:00pm – 7:00pm PST Zoom link: http://tinyurl.com/sittingspaceMeeting ID: 518 739 7905Password: 123456

28

Apr

Wellness Event

Prime Minister Krišj?nis Kari?š of the Republic of Latvia

Prime Minister Krišj?nis Kari?š of the Republic of Latvia will speak on Fixing the Planet for Future Generations: Latvia’s Perspective COVID-19 is the greatest challenge our countries individually and collectively face. The pandemic has exacerbated traditional security threats and has cast a spotlight on the fragility of democracy and non-traditional threats. Issues like disinformation and …

29

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

29

Apr

Wellness Event

Meditation Toolkit – Prepare the Mind and Body for a Deeper Experience, April 29 – 30, 2021

Have you ever found yourself struggling to calm the mind or clear your thoughts during meditation? The first step towards a profound meditation experience is complete relaxation of body and mind. Often the stress we store in our bodies holds us back from experiencing the deep calm within. In this two-session online class, we will …

29

Apr

Berry Event

Neurodiversity Awareness Brown Bag Session

Sign up for a 90-minute “brown bag” educational session to learn about neurodiversity in the workplace, and the Neurodiversity in IT Program and earn a BeWell Berry! Learning objectives of the sessions include: Basic awareness of neurodiversity and autism Understanding of autistic traits with workplace relevance Tips for enabling autistic colleagues to be effective in …

29

Apr

Wellness Event

Healthcare’s AI Future: A Conversation with Fei-Fei Li & Andrew Ng

With the current pandemic accelerating the revolution of AI in healthcare, where is the industry heading in the next 5-10 years? What are the key challenges and most exciting opportunities? To answer those questions, DeepLearning.AI and Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI) are proud to present our virtual event, Healthcare’s AI Future: A Conversation …

29

Apr

Online Class

Meditation Toolkit – Prepare the Mind and Body for a Deeper Experience

Have you ever found yourself struggling to calm the mind or clear your thoughts during meditation? The first step towards a profound meditation experience is complete relaxation of body and mind. Often the...

30

Apr

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

30

Apr

Berry Event

Your Health Care Benefits in Retirement

Planning for your retirement from Stanford can be overwhelming but University HR experts are here to help. If you plan to retire in the next 6-8 months, this workshop is for you. By providing you with a roadmap of your benefits in retirement, we hope you’ll understand what it means to be a Stanford Retiree, …