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Winter Camp

January 02, 2019|12:00am

This winter, get ready to make new friends, learn a new game, and be the best team-player you can possibly be! We’ll play both on and off the court, use Stanford’s excellent facilities and bouldering wall, and cap off our week with a pizza lunch. Our camps are designed for children interested in multiple sports …
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Winter Camp

January 03, 2019|12:00am

This winter, get ready to make new friends, learn a new game, and be the best team-player you can possibly be! We’ll play both on and off the court, use Stanford’s excellent facilities and bouldering wall, and cap off our week with a pizza lunch. Our camps are designed for children interested in multiple sports …
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Winter Camp

January 04, 2019|12:00am

This winter, get ready to make new friends, learn a new game, and be the best team-player you can possibly be! We’ll play both on and off the court, use Stanford’s excellent facilities and bouldering wall, and cap off our week with a pizza lunch. Our camps are designed for children interested in multiple sports …
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Windhover

January 05, 2019|11:00am

A docent tour of Stanford’s spiritual and meditative refuge. The tour will include information about the concept behind the physical structure and an in-depth look at the Windhover series by Nathan Oliveira featured in the building. Meet at the Windhover entrance, located on Santa Teresa Street at Sam Morris Way Public Tours: Saturdays at 11 …
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Depression Research Clinic Recruiting Non-Depressed Controls for Biological Markers Study

January 09, 2019|12:00am

Identifying Biological Markers for Severe Depression The primary objective of this study is to investigate the biological components of major depression. We are particularly interested in genetic variation and how it contributes to cortisol (because cortisol is higher in severe depression than miild depression or healthy controls) and how it contributes to clinical symptoms, especially …
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Depression Research Clinic Recruiting Non-Depressed Controls for Biological Markers Study

January 10, 2019|12:00am

Identifying Biological Markers for Severe Depression The primary objective of this study is to investigate the biological components of major depression. We are particularly interested in genetic variation and how it contributes to cortisol (because cortisol is higher in severe depression than miild depression or healthy controls) and how it contributes to clinical symptoms, especially …
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First Fridays: January BeWell give-away

January 11, 2019|12:00pm

First Fridays On the first Friday of every month, BeWell will be giving away $5 Jamba Juice gift cards the first Friday of every month to employees on campus who are sporting a BeWell logo. Wear your BeWell shirt (e.g., a Cardinal Walk shirt) or carry your BeWell swag (bags, thermoses, umbrellas). Good news: Our …
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Depression Research Clinic Recruiting Non-Depressed Controls for Biological Markers Study

January 11, 2019|12:00am

Identifying Biological Markers for Severe Depression The primary objective of this study is to investigate the biological components of major depression. We are particularly interested in genetic variation and how it contributes to cortisol (because cortisol is higher in severe depression than miild depression or healthy controls) and how it contributes to clinical symptoms, especially …
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Windhover

January 12, 2019|11:00am

A docent tour of Stanford’s spiritual and meditative refuge. The tour will include information about the concept behind the physical structure and an in-depth look at the Windhover series by Nathan Oliveira featured in the building. Meet at the Windhover entrance, located on Santa Teresa Street at Sam Morris Way Public Tours: Saturdays at 11 …
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Public Tour | Windhover

January 12, 2019|11:00am

A docent tour of Stanford’s spiritual and meditative refuge. The tour will include information about the concept behind the physical structure and an in-depth look at the Windhover series by Nathan Oliveira featured in the building. Meet at the Windhover entrance, located on Santa Teresa Street at Samuel Morris Way Public Tours: Saturdays at 11 am
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Depression Research Clinic Recruiting Non-Depressed Controls for Biological Markers Study

January 12, 2019|12:00am

Identifying Biological Markers for Severe Depression The primary objective of this study is to investigate the biological components of major depression. We are particularly interested in genetic variation and how it contributes to cortisol (because cortisol is higher in severe depression than miild depression or healthy controls) and how it contributes to clinical symptoms, especially …
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Depression Research Clinic Recruiting Non-Depressed Controls for Biological Markers Study

January 13, 2019|12:00am

Identifying Biological Markers for Severe Depression The primary objective of this study is to investigate the biological components of major depression. We are particularly interested in genetic variation and how it contributes to cortisol (because cortisol is higher in severe depression than miild depression or healthy controls) and how it contributes to clinical symptoms, especially …
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Settle Down Sunday: Speedfriending

January 13, 2019|3:00pm

Free event for Stanford Graduate Community Please note:– This is an 18+ event. Childcare is not available.– SUIDs are required to check in for the event.– No more than two tickets per Stanford student.– Non-Stanford affiliated guests, must register, receive a ticket, and be accompanied by a Stanford student to check-in and attend the event. …
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Depression Research Clinic Recruiting Non-Depressed Controls for Biological Markers Study

January 14, 2019|12:00am

Identifying Biological Markers for Severe Depression The primary objective of this study is to investigate the biological components of major depression. We are particularly interested in genetic variation and how it contributes to cortisol (because cortisol is higher in severe depression than miild depression or healthy controls) and how it contributes to clinical symptoms, especially …
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Make Change Manageable: RENEW!

January 15, 2019|12:00pm

Over 2,400 years ago, a Greek philosopher said, “Nothing endures but change.” In this one-hour “conversation,” we will find practical ways to handle change and be effective and fulfilled at work, home and in your community. We will talk about ways to catch your breath, replenish your energy, bounce back and move forward. After attending …
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Depression Research Clinic Recruiting Non-Depressed Controls for Biological Markers Study

January 15, 2019|12:00am

Identifying Biological Markers for Severe Depression The primary objective of this study is to investigate the biological components of major depression. We are particularly interested in genetic variation and how it contributes to cortisol (because cortisol is higher in severe depression than miild depression or healthy controls) and how it contributes to clinical symptoms, especially …
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What can water enterprise models deliver? – A lunchtime seminar featuring representatives of seven safe water enterprises (SWEs) operating in Asia, Africa, and Latin America

January 15, 2019|12:10pm

For more than 15 years, entrepreneurs, impact investors, governments and philanthropic organizations have been experimenting with decentralized solutions that complement traditional utility approaches to expand access to safe drinking water. These Safe Water Enterprises (SWEs) complement government facilities/amenities/services by using market-based approaches to deliver safe water, thus pursuing financial sustainability and a social purpose simultaneously. …
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Learning and Applying Wisdom in Relationships

January 16, 2019|12:00pm

Relationships tend to be wonderful when wisdom skills are applied. When they are challenging, they can serve as opportunities to practice wisdom skills. This presentation will identify and apply those skills through examples using entertaining videos and humor.REGISTER HERE
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The Power of Mindsets on Health

January 16, 2019|12:00pm

REGISTER HEREHave you ever wondered where to start on your journey towards better health? Research has shown that making small changes to your lifestyle can improve your health. In this workshop, we will learn how our mindset influences the success of these changes and how we can apply this information to lead healthier lives. At …
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Depression Research Clinic Recruiting Non-Depressed Controls for Biological Markers Study

January 16, 2019|12:00am

Identifying Biological Markers for Severe Depression The primary objective of this study is to investigate the biological components of major depression. We are particularly interested in genetic variation and how it contributes to cortisol (because cortisol is higher in severe depression than miild depression or healthy controls) and how it contributes to clinical symptoms, especially …
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Exploring Purpose for Life, Health, Happiness and Longevity

January 16, 2019|12:00pm

Have you wondered how you could bring in more fulfillment and more motivation to your daily life? In the past decades, the longevity studies have shown that living a “Purpose-driven” life, not only makes your life more meaningful and more fulfilling, it also helps you live a healthier and happier life; But what is Purpose? …
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Where Do We Go From Here?

January 17, 2019|7:00pm

In commemoration of the 90th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birth, we present a public lecture by the Reverend Dr. William J. Barber II. This lecture will serve to inaugurate the Clarence B. Jones Fellowship, and is co-sponsored by Stanford Office for Religious Life. The event is open to the public. Doors to the …
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Pelvic Health Following Delivery

January 17, 2019|7:00pm

Presented by Stanford Health Library The muscles of the pelvic floor come under great strain during pregnancy and delivery. This talk will address the importance of pelvic health, how it can be changed by pregnancy and delivery, and how to regain pelvic health after your baby arrives. Speaker: Kavita Mishra, MD, FACOG, FPMRSClinical Assistant ProfessorUrogynecology & …
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Depression Research Clinic Recruiting Non-Depressed Controls for Biological Markers Study

January 17, 2019|12:00am

Identifying Biological Markers for Severe Depression The primary objective of this study is to investigate the biological components of major depression. We are particularly interested in genetic variation and how it contributes to cortisol (because cortisol is higher in severe depression than miild depression or healthy controls) and how it contributes to clinical symptoms, especially …
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CANCELED – NIM/SAIMS with Alumna Dr. Stacey Jolly

January 17, 2019|12:00pm

Natives in Medicine (NIM) is reconnecting a relationship with Stanford American Indian Medical Students (SAIMS). I could definitely connect you with them, as they’re also very excited to mentor our student group. The two student leaders right now are Jenny Tiskus and Kevin Thomas.   Early Winter quarter might be a good time for Dr. …
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Metabolic Health Center Symposium 2019

January 18, 2019|12:00pm

The newly launched Metabolic Health Center, Maternal and Child Health was founded on the notion that metabolic profiling has the potential to detect health problems earlier than ever before possible. Our vision of precision health through metabolomics in neonates and children is “Cure through Prevention.” The directors of the Metabolic Health Center, Drs. Michael Snyder, …
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Exploring Purpose for Life, Health, Happiness and Longevity

January 18, 2019|12:00pm

Have you wondered how you could bring in more fulfillment and more motivation to your daily life? In the past decades, the longevity studies have shown that living a “Purpose-driven” life, not only makes your life more meaningful and more fulfilling, it also helps you live a healthier and happier life; But what is Purpose? …
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Depression Research Clinic Recruiting Non-Depressed Controls for Biological Markers Study

January 18, 2019|12:00am

Identifying Biological Markers for Severe Depression The primary objective of this study is to investigate the biological components of major depression. We are particularly interested in genetic variation and how it contributes to cortisol (because cortisol is higher in severe depression than miild depression or healthy controls) and how it contributes to clinical symptoms, especially …
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Windhover

January 19, 2019|11:00am

A docent tour of Stanford’s spiritual and meditative refuge. The tour will include information about the concept behind the physical structure and an in-depth look at the Windhover series by Nathan Oliveira featured in the building. Meet at the Windhover entrance, located on Santa Teresa Street at Sam Morris Way Public Tours: Saturdays at 11 …
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Public Tour | Windhover

January 19, 2019|11:00am

A docent tour of Stanford’s spiritual and meditative refuge. The tour will include information about the concept behind the physical structure and an in-depth look at the Windhover series by Nathan Oliveira featured in the building. Meet at the Windhover entrance, located on Santa Teresa Street at Samuel Morris Way Public Tours: Saturdays at 11 am
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Depression Research Clinic Recruiting Non-Depressed Controls for Biological Markers Study

January 19, 2019|12:00am

Identifying Biological Markers for Severe Depression The primary objective of this study is to investigate the biological components of major depression. We are particularly interested in genetic variation and how it contributes to cortisol (because cortisol is higher in severe depression than miild depression or healthy controls) and how it contributes to clinical symptoms, especially …
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Winter Quarter Planting with Stanford’s Conservation Program

January 19, 2019|9:00am

Start off the new year in the outdoors! Join Stanford’s Conservation Program for a morning of planting native plant plugs along the Dish Trail from 9:00am – 12:00pm on Saturday, January 19th! This is an open call, so whether you can help for an hour or the whole duration, feel free to show up when …
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Depression Research Clinic Recruiting Non-Depressed Controls for Biological Markers Study

January 20, 2019|12:00am

Identifying Biological Markers for Severe Depression The primary objective of this study is to investigate the biological components of major depression. We are particularly interested in genetic variation and how it contributes to cortisol (because cortisol is higher in severe depression than miild depression or healthy controls) and how it contributes to clinical symptoms, especially …
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Loving Our Bodies While Striving To Change Them

January 23, 2019|12:00pm

It is that time of the year when many of us have set goals that involve making changes to our bodies. Doing this from a loving intention rather than from a critical mind is better for us and will impact our results. So how do we seek change while being loving towards what we have? …
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Activate Your Intuitive Intelligence

January 23, 2019|12:00pm

Intuition is like having a GPS guide you through your professional and personal life. When you’re in tune with your intuition, you have clearer focus on your goals and how to achieve them. This interactive workshop and 20-minute guided meditation teaches you how to: * Connect with your intuition for guidance * Trust your inner …
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Gender & Sexual Identities CAPS Connects Sessions

January 24, 2019|4:00pm

Gender & Sexual Identities CAPS Connects visits are one-time, 30-minute sessions held at Terra House where you can speak confidentially with a gender and sexuality-affirming CAPS clinician. These sessions can be booked via VadenPatient.
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CANCELED – NIM/SAIMS with Alumna Dr. Stacey Jolly

January 24, 2019|12:00pm

Natives in Medicine (NIM) is reconnecting a relationship with Stanford American Indian Medical Students (SAIMS). I could definitely connect you with them, as they’re also very excited to mentor our student group. The two student leaders right now are Jenny Tiskus and Kevin Thomas.   Early Winter quarter might be a good time for Dr. …
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Windhover

January 26, 2019|11:00am

A docent tour of Stanford’s spiritual and meditative refuge. The tour will include information about the concept behind the physical structure and an in-depth look at the Windhover series by Nathan Oliveira featured in the building. Meet at the Windhover entrance, located on Santa Teresa Street at Sam Morris Way Public Tours: Saturdays at 11 …
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Public Tour | Windhover

January 26, 2019|11:00am

A docent tour of Stanford’s spiritual and meditative refuge. The tour will include information about the concept behind the physical structure and an in-depth look at the Windhover series by Nathan Oliveira featured in the building. Meet at the Windhover entrance, located on Santa Teresa Street at Samuel Morris Way Public Tours: Saturdays at 11 am
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Foundations of Healing Touch- Level 1 (1/26 & 1/27)

January 26, 2019|9:00am

This is a 2-session class (Sat & Sun)  Healing Touch is a complementary, energy-based approach to health, that uses heart-centered, gentle, non-invasive techniques to clear, balance and align the human energy system. The goal of Healing Touch is to restore harmony and balance in the energy system, placing the recipient in the position to self-heal. …
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#metoo: Navigating Sexual Harassment, Power Differentials, and Gender Inequity in Academic Medicine

January 28, 2019|4:15pm

This 90-minute talk and discussion will provide information on the historical evolution of women’s participation in the medical profession and evidence suggesting dysfunction in the pipeline to leadership in academic medicine. Dr. Jagsi will review research that she and others have led to investigate the nature and causes of gender inequities, including unconscious biases, gendered expectations of society, and overt …
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“Om” Under the Dome – Yoga in Memorial Church

January 29, 2019|5:30pm

Rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit with yoga instructor Rebecca Snowball in the tranquil ambiance of Memorial Church. Please bring your yoga mat.
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Mindful Yoga

January 29, 2019|8:00am

Enjoy yoga stretches in dappled morning light. Within a flowing sequence of postures, this class provides instruction for a balanced yoga practice grounded in alignment, breath, and peace of mind. Union is the literal meaning of the Sanskrit word yoga. Refresh and renew your resilience by giving yourself the gift of movement that fosters union …
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Loving An Addict While Loving Yourself – A Facilitated Book Discussion (1/30 & 2/6)

January 30, 2019|12:00pm

Individuals whose loved ones are coping with addiction are encouraged to attend this two part class. Skilled therapists and facilitators will lead a discussion of the book Loving an Addict, Loving Yourself: The Top 10 Survival Tips for Loving Someone with an Addiction by Candace Platter. In the first session, a review of the strategies …
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Fundamentals of Meditation for Staff and Faculty

January 31, 2019|12:00pm

Enjoy introduction to meditation sessions for faculty and staff in Windhover. You will experience various ways to meditate. The focus on direct experience will help you to begin and continue meditating. Experience the benefits of meditation for health and positive human qualities. Countless studies have shown meditation promotes health, concentration, emotional balance, compassion, altruism and …