Events Calendar

09

Sep

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 …

14

Sep

Berry Event

Prepare for the Reality of Health Care in Retirement (Fidelity Investments Webinar)

If you want a better understanding of health care in retirement:  Learn about the costs of health care in retirement and how you can prepare for them.  Register Here

17

Sep

Wellness Event

The Pandemic Puzzle: Lessons from COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused millions of deaths, threatened the health of billions, and upended every aspect of society. Its impact will reverberate for decades to come, but COVID-19 wonâ??t be the last global health threat of its kind. What we do next to prepare is critical. Through this ambitious conference series, Stanford Medicine and …

20

Sep

Wellness Event

Improve Brain Health with the MIND Diet

If we want to thrive as we age, staying mentally sharp is equally important as keeping physically strong. Unfortunately, dementia is a growing concern. This disease is projected to double every 20 years, reaching more than 65 million by 2030 and more than 115 million by 2050. While traditional drug therapies have not proven to …

20

Sep

Wellness Event

Mindfulness in Your Home Garden, September 20 – October 11

Rediscover your home garden as a place of productivity, nourishment, and refuge in this 4-session online engagement class. You will have the opportunity to explore your garden from new angles both literally and figuratively through structured activities drawing from traditions of nature observation, agricultural science, and mindfulness that will reveal unique elements of your gardenâ??s …

20

Sep

Wellness Event

Center for Population Health Sciences | Data Showcase: Big Data for Big Questions?

PHS Data Showcase: Big Data for Big Questions? Event Information and Registration Over the past year, efforts in the biomedical and social sciences to address the COVID-19 pandemic have demonstrated a strong need for translational research in both medicine and public health. Despite the historical independence of these fields, both in academia and in practice, …

20

Sep

Wellness Event

Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders exhibit

In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up against AAPI exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. The aim of this exhibit is to help educate our community and …

20

Sep

Webinar

Improve Brain Health with the MIND Diet

If we want to thrive as we age, staying mentally sharp is equally important as keeping physically strong. Unfortunately, dementia is a growing concern. This disease is projected to double every 20 years, reaching...

20

Sep

Online Class

Mindfulness in Your Home Garden

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

21

Sep

Wellness Event

Open House at Talk Of The Farm Speaking Club

Want to build your confidence? Grow as a leader? Improve your communication and public speaking skills? Join us at the Talk of the Farm open house (Formerly “Stanford Toastmasters”) to learn how our speaking club can help you achieve your personal and professional goals.  Our informal and supportive learning environment will help you take your …

21

Sep

Wellness Event

PHIND Seminar – Sindy KY Tang, PhD

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 …

21

Sep

Wellness Event

Frontiers in Cardiovascular Science Seminar – Brenda Ogle, PhD

Frontiers in Cardiovascular Science presents: “Strategies for 3D Printing Complex Cardiac Tissue Mimics” Brenda Ogle, PhD Professor and Head, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Director, Stem Cell Institute, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities ***Until further notice, we will be using Zoom for a virtual CVI Frontiers in Cardiovascular Science weekly seminar series. Please …

21

Sep

Wellness Event

Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders exhibit

In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up against AAPI exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. The aim of this exhibit is to help educate our community and …

22

Sep

Wellness Event

Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders exhibit

In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up against AAPI exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. The aim of this exhibit is to help educate our community and …

23

Sep

Wellness Event

Fireside Chat with Helen Krug von Nidda

Join BeWell for a free fireside chat with Helen Krug von Nidda, international coach, trainer and speaker with moderator Patty de Vries, director of strategy, outreach & innovation for BeWell. Preregistration is required. REGISTER

23

Sep

Wellness Event

From TechStress to TechHealth

Technology has brought great advancements to our society, but it has also brought along a host of negative health effects, ranging from screen fatigue and back pain to depression and insomnia. Many people feel constantly distracted by their devices or even addicted to their screen, and the impacts may be even greater for our children. …

23

Sep

Wellness Event

MIPS Seminar – Dr. David K. Stevenson, MD

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 …

23

Sep

Wellness Event

Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders exhibit

In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up against AAPI exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. The aim of this exhibit is to help educate our community and …

23

Sep

Webinar

From TechStress to TechHealth

Technology has brought great advancements to our society, but it has also brought along a host of negative health effects, ranging from screen fatigue and back pain to depression and insomnia. Many people...

24

Sep

Wellness Event

Precision Mental Health & Wellness Anniversary Symposium

The Promise of Precision Health for Prevention, Early Detection, and Treatment in Mental Health About this event The Stanford Center for Precision Mental Health & Wellness (PMHW) invites you to join us for the Precision Mental Health & Wellness Anniversary Symposium We are truly delighted to have Dean Lloyd Minor, M.D., present opening remarks, highlighting …

24

Sep

Wellness Event

Introduction to Ayurveda

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 on harmonizing the body with nature through diet and lifestyle including yoga, meditation, and exercise. In this noontime webinar, you will get …

24

Sep

Wellness Event

World Sexual Health Day 2021: Turn It On–Sexual Health in a Digital World

World Sexual Health Day is held internationally every September in an effort to raise awareness of sexual health across the globe. Join us for World Sexual Health Day-North America 2021, where we will engage with a cast of amazing experts of sexual health to explore sexual health in an increasingly digital world. 

24

Sep

Wellness Event

Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders exhibit

In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up against AAPI exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. The aim of this exhibit is to help educate our community and …

24

Sep

Webinar

Introduction to Ayurveda

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...

25

Sep

Wellness Event

Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders exhibit

In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up against AAPI exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. The aim of this exhibit is to help educate our community and …

26

Sep

Wellness Event

Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders exhibit

In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up against AAPI exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. The aim of this exhibit is to help educate our community and …

27

Sep

Wellness Event

Food Trends – The Evidence Behind Popular Foods, Supplements, and Diets, September 27 – October 11

Am I eating enough protein on this plant based diet? Should I be supplementing with collagen or is this spirulina in my smoothie enough for my protein needs? I am feeling run down, is taking an adaptogen the solution to my low energy needs? If you find yourself asking questions like this about your nutrition, …

27

Sep

Wellness Event

Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders exhibit

In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up against AAPI exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. The aim of this exhibit is to help educate our community and …

27

Sep

Online Class

Food Trends

Am I eating enough protein on this plant based diet? Should I be supplementing with collagen or is this spirulina in my smoothie enough for my protein needs? I am feeling run down...

28

Sep

Wellness Event

Pandemic Fatigue – Sustaining Our Energy and Well-Being Through Uncertainty

As we continue to navigate pandemic life, many of us experience discouragement followed by hope followed by discouragement again. The constant pivoting, ongoing uncertainty, and effortful optimism can be stressful and deeply exhausting. How do we show up to work with focus and motivation? How do we show up to our people with love and …

28

Sep

Wellness Event

Cooking from the MIND Diet – Reduce Your Risk of Cognitive Decline

Dementia is one of the major causes of disability and dependency among older people worldwide. It can be overwhelming, not only for the people who have it, but also for their caretakers and families. The good news is that risk factors for cognitive decline and dementia, including Alzheimerâ??s, can be reduced with a brain-protective diet, …

28

Sep

Wellness Event

The Summer of 2021: Consolidation of the New Chinese Economic Model

Stanford Libraries and the Stanford Center on Chinaâ??s Economy and Institutions are pleased to present the 2021 Dr. Sam-Chung Hsieh Memorial Lecture featuring Professor Barry Naughton who will be speaking on The Summer of 2021: Consolidation of the New Chinese Economic Model. During the summer of 2021, a â??regulatory stormâ? shook markets in China. While the …

28

Sep

Wellness Event

Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders exhibit

In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up against AAPI exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. The aim of this exhibit is to help educate our community and …

28

Sep

Online Class

Cooking from the MIND Diet

Dementia is one of the major causes of disability and dependency among older people worldwide. It can be overwhelming, not only for the people who have it, but also for their caregivers and...

28

Sep

Webinar

Pandemic Fatigue

As we continue to navigate pandemic life, many of us experience discouragement followed by hope followed by discouragement again. The constant pivoting, ongoing uncertainty, and effortful optimism can be stressful and deeply exhausting....

29

Sep

Berry Event

BABBLE: Back After Baby Bonding Leave Ends

Are you a parent preparing to return or recently returned from your maternity/paternity/baby bonding leave? As a working parent, you don’t want miss this valuable workshop on managing the transition back to work after the baby. You’ll have an opportunity to: Learn about sources of support at Stanford to help balance your work and family …

29

Sep

Wellness Event

Relaxing Into Sleep – How Our Days Affect Our Nights, September 29 – October 13

Discover how the simple practice of mindfulness can help transform your lifestyle habits in order to set the stage for a peaceful night’s sleep. In this 3-session online class, we will review core aspects of wellness â?? sound sleep, stress reduction, consistent exercise, and healthy eating â?? and learn how the establishment of these fundamental …

29

Sep

Wellness Event

The Improviser’s Mindset, September 29 – October 20

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, …

29

Sep

Wellness Event

6th Annual Ideal Village Conference: “Post-Pandemic Normal â?? The Path Forward”

This year’s Ideal Village Conference will focus on the theme of: â??Post-Pandemic Normal â?? The Path Forwardâ?Â featuring panels of experts and leading authorities from international agencies, research institutes, the tech industry, non-profit foundations, and academia to address specific challenges, lessons learnt and viable solutions for the future.  The world may have changed forever, thanks to the ongoing …

29

Sep

Wellness Event

Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders exhibit

In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up against AAPI exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. The aim of this exhibit is to help educate our community and …

29

Sep

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...

29

Sep

Online Class

Relaxing Into Sleep

Discover how the simple practice of mindfulness can help transform your lifestyle habits in order to set the stage for a peaceful night's sleep. In this 3-session online class, we will review core...

30

Sep

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 online class, you will learn to recognize some common bad habits and gain insights into …

30

Sep

Wellness Event

6th Annual Ideal Village Conference: “Post-Pandemic Normal â?? The Path Forward”

This year’s Ideal Village Conference will focus on the theme of: â??Post-Pandemic Normal â?? The Path Forwardâ?Â featuring panels of experts and leading authorities from international agencies, research institutes, the tech industry, non-profit foundations, and academia to address specific challenges, lessons learnt and viable solutions for the future.  The world may have changed forever, thanks to the ongoing …

30

Sep

Wellness Event

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on your Mind, Body, and Wallet

How has the COVID-19 pandemic changed your life? Your plans for the future? Your emotional and physical health status? Your wallet? Between December 2020 and January 2021, the Stanford Center on Longevity conducted the Sightlines 2021 Survey, which collected data from a national sample in the US to understand whether, and to what extent, peopleâ??s financial …

30

Sep

Wellness Event

We are Stanford: A Festival of Reflection and Renewal

We are Stanford: A Festival of Reflection and Renewal marks the return of the full Stanford community to campus, offering a diverse range of ritual, artistic, commemorative and celebratory programs to express and hold all that we have been through, individually and collectively, over the last 18 months. Two dozen campus departments and programs have partnered …

30

Sep

Wellness Event

Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders exhibit

In response to the precipitous increase in Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) hate crimes throughout the United States, the staff of Stanford Libraries created the Rise Up against AAPI exhibit which focuses on the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community. The aim of this exhibit is to help educate our community and …

30

Sep

Wellness Event

Stay Independent and Free from Falls

Free and open to the community Falls are one of the leading causes of loss of independence in older adults, but research shows that many effective strategies to reduce falls are not widely practiced. With a focus on both seniors and their family members, Stanford primary care physician Randall Stafford, MD, PhD, and Ellen Corman, …

30

Sep

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...