developing self-awareness and self-knowledge
William B. Gould, IV, emeritus professor of law, discusses the policy and legal agenda for advancing worker protections and the social safety net in the context of the pandemic. Professor Gould is an expert in labor law and labor relations, a critically acclaimed author and scholar and the former chairman of the National Labor Relations Board and California Agricultural Relations Board.
A lecturer in economics at the GSB, Keith Hennessey joins Vice Provost Stacey Bent to discuss economic policy responses to the pandemic. Hennessey has more than 14 years of experience advising senior elected officials that includes serving as senior White House economic advisor under President George W. Bush.
Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne joins Vice Provost Stacey Bent to discuss the role of Stanford in fighting the global pandemic. President Tessier-Lavigne recently joined the presidents of Harvard and MIT to write an opinion published in the New York Times calling for 'drastic action' on the part of organizations and individuals to get ahead of the coronavirus.
Creativity, persistence, and knowledge thrive in diverse and inclusive environments.
Struggle is part of the grad school experience. Difficult moments are part of the human experience. How we handle those difficult moments can be the difference between a downward spiral of isolation, and a confident step toward meaningful work. From this workshop, participants will learn what self-compassion is, current research addressing the ways self-compassion protects ambition, and gain tools for how to practice self-compassion.
Sarah Meyer Tapia, MA, associate director, Division of Health & Human Performance
Practice the art of informational interviews and make connections with other grad students in this preview of the popular d.school course, Designing the Professional.
Kathy Davies, lecturer and managing director, d.life Lab
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Join the virtual session at 12PM on Thurs., Apr. 23 via Zoom. A Zoom meeting link will be emailed to you once you register for the session.
This event has been canceled in order to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Our community's well-being is our top priority. Stanford will continue providing health guidance that aims to support your personal health and safety at healthalerts.stanford.edu.
Learn to assess your core leadership strengths and areas for development to become an effective manager/leader. In each session of this comprehensive workshop, there will be a substantial experiential component.
Enjoy this rare opportunity to hear world-renowned mindfulness and self-compassion expert, Dr. Shauna Shapiro, present the latest science on self-compassion from her new book, "Goodmorning, I Love You: Mindfulness & Self-Compassion Practices to Rewire the Brain".
*Space Limited* - email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat.
Walk-Ins allowed as available.
UPDATE: This in-person session of "Letters to a Young Engineer" has been cancelled. If you are interested in virutally joining the discussion, please contact the sponsors using the email link provided.
The Terman Engineering Library is pleased to have therapy dogs again this quarter. Please join us in the Y2E2 Courtyard on the second Thursday of the month from 3-4pm. Dog and owner teams from Pet Partners will be providing relaxation and stress relief. In the event of rain, look for us under the covered walkway. Please join us!