recognizing and appreciating a wide range of cultural and global perspectives
Do Ho Suh (South Korea, b. 1962), Screen, 2005. ABS and stainless steel. © Do Ho Suh. Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong.
Stanford graduate students Kelly Filreis (Art History), Russel Burge (History), and Alisha Cherian (Anthropology) discuss the Cantor’s current installation of Do Ho Suh’s The Spaces Between from their unique disciplinary perspectives.
Join us for a fireside chat with Pat Gelsinger, CEO of VMware and Stanford University alumnus.
Learn how to negotiate with colleagues, bosses, partners, friends, clients, and many others.
Through a dynamic mix of theory, demonstration, and practice, this three-session workshop provides a solid foundation for more principled, persuasive, and successful negotiation in a variety of contexts.
Negotiation Matters will take place on the following three Wednesdays: Jan. 23, Jan. 30, & Feb. 6 from 4:30 - 7 PM. Due to the workshop's interactive format, full participation in all three sessions is required.
Join our Diversity Works discussion with Adina Sterling, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business and Shanahan Family Faculty Scholar for 2017-2018
The Departments of Art & Art History and Chemistry at Stanford University present The Chemistry of Art. During this special event, faculty, staff and students from the Stanford Libraries and the Departments of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, and Art & Art History, and Physics Engineering will come together to give presentations that explore the integration of science with the arts. Please join us at 2:30pm on Friday, October 19th in the Sapp Center for Science Teaching & Learning. A reception will follow.
All are welcome for a two-day conference on the impact of race, inequality and language on schooling. Scholars from universities around the country will explore research at the intersection of race, poverty and language and how these issues affect teaching and learning.
Few people have sat across from the Iranians and the North Koreans at the negotiating table. WENDY SHERMAN has done both. During her time as the lead US negotiator of the historic Iran nuclear deal and throughout her distinguished career, Ambassador Sherman has amassed tremendous expertise in the most pressing foreign policy issues of our time.
Establishing visibility is critical in advancing toward an academic environment in which LGBTQ+ students, trainees, staff, faculty, and alumni are included, valued, and recognized. The Forum will feature personal and professional stories from LGBTQ+ members of the Stanford Medicine community, as well as networking opportunities and opportunities for allies to show support. This inaugural event will promote the continued growth of a visible Stanford Medicine LGBTQ+ community.
SERIES: THE FUTURE OF LEARNING, OPPORTUNITY, AND WORKThe digital revolution is transforming the character of work as we know it. The character of learning must change as well, requiring educators and learners alike to become more flexible in response to ongoing technological and economic change.
Join us for a conversation with Tina Seelig and alumni guests Steve Garrity and Juliet Rothenberg. Seelig is a professor of the practice within the Department of Management Science & Engineering (MS&E), faculty co-director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) and author. At Stanford, Seelig has taught courses on on creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in MS&E and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school).