Monday, February 28, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: FREE FOOD

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Helen Helfand <helfand@stanford.edu>
Date: Monday, February 28, 2011
Subject: FREE FOOD
To: kibbitz-means-chat@lists.stanford.edu


There is SO much leftover food at Hillel right now. Lentils,
asparagus, salad, fruit salad, falafel wraps, salmon wraps, pizza,
coleslaw, I'm forgetting stuff I'm sure. Come eat!!

--
Steven

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*Steven Michael Crane*
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
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Sunday, February 27, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: Fifth Annual Darwin Day Symposium - http://sites.google.com/site/darwindaycelebration/

THIS AFTERNOON!
Need a break from studying HHD???
Head over to the Fifth Annual Darwin Day Symposium.
http://sites.google.com/site/darwindaycelebration/
(including free talks, free food, and evolutionary birthday cake)
Evolution + Darwin + birthday = party!
Evolutionarily yours, Bob

Thursday, February 24, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: Stanford Outdoors Mini Film Festival Tonight at 8 - plus free pizza!


Steven

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
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From: stephen hibbs <shibbs@stanford.edu>
Date: Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 9:08 AM
Subject: Stanford Outdoors Mini Film Festival Tonight at 8 - plus free pizza!
To: climbing@lists.stanford.edu, alpine-club@lists.stanford.edu


Hey climbers, 
This should be pretty entertaining, and at the very least there will be pizza and other cool outdoorsy people. It's in building 370, room 370 in the quad at 8pm tonight. Hopefully I'll see some of you there!
-Steve
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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] free coffee/hot chocolate from coupa on friday with helmet


Steven

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Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Ashley Titan <atitan@stanford.edu>
Date: Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 5:26 PM
Subject: Think about wearing your helmet?
To: Larkin <chat-larkin0809@lists.stanford.edu>, kibbitz-means-chat@lists.stanford.edu, chat yost-ygriega <chat_yost-ygriega@lists.stanford.edu>



Who doesn't love free stuff and being safe at the same time?

Kaitlin Elise Poster-2.jpg

So much love,

THE TITAN


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[FREE-FOOD] free food tonight at 7:30 in 420-41

You Are Not Your Brother's Health Care Provider
Time
Wednesday, February 23 · 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Location
Building 420 Room 41

Created By

More Info
Come listen to Dr. Yaron Brook, Director of the Ayn Rand Insitute, discuss why the current health care debate is precisely a moral issue -- and what this means for the consequences of health care legislation in the U.S.
Yeah I'm gonna take the free-food alert list and make it political with my opinion here... BUT: I DO think you are your brother's healthcare provider and urge you to go eat some free food and keep a skeptical mind :p

Steven

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Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
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Thursday, February 17, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: icenter-social Digest, Vol 52, Issue 4


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LANTERN FESTIVAL NIGHTMARKET
Sunday, February 20
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
I - Center Courtyard

15 days after the Lunar New Year, the Spring Festival come to a close under the full moon at the Lantern Festival! Please join us to celebrate the Lantern Festival with a night market full of delicious food and fun games bringing together the largest collaboration of Stanford Asian community.

We will serve savory Taiwanese tea eggs, Chinese rice balls, Sichuan spicy, snow skin moon cake, Japanese Takoyaki, almond jelly, deep fried chicken, candied fruits, dumplings and more! If you're not hungry for food, make your own lantern, get ready to Sumo-wrestle, play with sparklers, or participate in activities like face painting, fortune telling, and more!You will need to RSVP to our facebook event to attend.
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=189268427763401
Not in the mood to RSVP on facebook, fill out our google form goo.gl/nuQdC

Brought to you by AAGSA, CWCS, and HKSA, supported by AASA, ACSSS, STSA, SUN , Tzu Chi, and UCAA, and sponsored by the Billie Achilles fund and the Bechtel International Center, and the Graduate Students Council.

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HKSA winter movie showing: ??? ? , directed by ? ?? (Alex Law) from Hong Kong, is set in Hong Kong of the 1960s
Friday February 25
6:30pm - 8:40pm (food at 6:10pm, movie at 6:30pm)
Conference Room
Free

Movie : ?? ( The Beast Stalker ), 1h49m
Sergeant Tong?s (Nicholas Tse) dogged pursuit of a robbery getaway car escalates into a dangerous pile-up and shoot-out, and the accidental death of a little girl. Months later, Tong is still haunted by the girl's death and comforted only by his friendship with the victim's twin sister Ling (Wong Suet Yin). In a twisted coincidence, Cheung (Philip Keung), the mastermind behind the robbery, is facing trial, and the prosecutor is none other than Ling's mother, Ann Gao (Zhang Jingchu). Tragedy repeats itself when Cheung hires someone to kidnap Ling and blackmail Ann. Tong sets out in a desperate race against time to save Ling.

Food: There will be free food, first-come-first-served.
No registration required. This event is supported by the Billie Achilles fund and the Bechtel International Center .

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WINTER BBQ
February 26
11am
I Center patio

The goal of the event is to connect the Argentine community in the Bay Area with the international students at Stanford. We will host an asado (a traditional Argentine barbecue) and expect students (mostly graduate but also some undergraduate), Bay Area residents and alumni of all ages, both from an ethnic background in Argentina as
well as other countries in Latin America, along with people from other nationalities (most often US citizens who have lived in Argentina).
The Argentinos@Stanford group was established in 1993 and since that time has maintained an up-to-date contact list of people in the Bay Area that are interested in the cultural and social events that the group organizes.

This event is sponsored by the Bechtel International Center and the Billie Achilles Fund

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: My Search For Meaning. Free Lunch!!


Steven

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Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jeffrey Aaron Sweet <jasweet@stanford.edu>
Date: Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 9:59 PM
Subject: My Search For Meaning. Free Lunch!!
To: kibbitz-means-chat@lists.stanford.edu


Hi Kibbitz,

My Search For Meaning is back with Professor Andrea Goldsmith.  Not only is Professor Goldsmith insanely awesome for her contribution in wireless communications (think cell phone systems)  and for being a great speaker, but we should have a great conversation about how faith and morals play a role in a technical field.  Everyone is welcome!!!! Lunch is provided :)

12 spots, Thursday Feb. 24th, noon, Hillel.  RSVP to jasweet@stanford.edu




--
Jeffrey Sweet
Stanford University, 2012
jasweet@stanford.edu
(858)353-9709



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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] recruiting food + others

Lockheed Martin Info Session
Wednesday, February 16
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Gates Building, room 104
Dinner will be provided!

The Asian American Activities Center (A3C) After Dark Series presents:
Love Got You Down?
Thursday, February 24th
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Asian American Activities Center Couchroom
(second floor of Old Union Clubhouse)

Find the answers to these questions and more in a discussion led by professional staff
about how to build and maintain healthy relationships and how to handle common relationship problems.

Featuring Donnovan Somera Yisrael ’89 MA ’90, Health Promotion Services at Vaden Health Center
Dinner will be provided.

Please RSVP by 11 PM on Sunday, February 20 at
http://a3cservices.stanford.edu/afterdark

EMC  Info Session
Speaker:  Eugene Fratkin PhD - Sr. Computational Scientist, DCD EMC
Thursday, Feb. 17
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Gates Building, room 104
Dinner will be Provided!



[FREE-FOOD] Looking for a great happiness lunch this thursday...?

Come join SPoM and have some lunch with the amazing Fred Luskin!

Steven

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
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SPoM Nom Nom presents...
Dr. Fred Luskin


Sign up to eat lunch with one of the leading experts on forgiveness as he answers any questions you have and talks about any areas of interest. The lunch will take place on Thursday, February 17th, from 12pm to 1pm on the grass next to the red fountain in between Meyer and Green Libraries.

A little bit about Fred:
-- Director of the Stanford Forgiveness Projects
-- Senior Consultant in Health Promotion at Stanford
-- Author of Bestseller, "Forgive for Good"
-- Co-chair of the Garden of Forgiveness Project at Ground Zero in Manhattan
-- Teacher of the one- and three-unit "happiness classes" at Stanford

Lunch will be provided!

To RSVP, click here!

-- Stanford Peace of Mind


[FREE-FOOD] Tonight at 7pm Fwd: [svc4all] Commercial Sexual Exploitation... In the United States?

Domestic Human Sex Trafficking of Young Girls in New York City
Tuesday, February 15th
 
7pm Black Community Services Center

Steven

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
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---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Viviana Caridad Arcia <vcarcia@stanford.edu>
Date: Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 10:42 AM
Subject: [svc4all] Commercial Sexual Exploitation... In the United States?
To: service4all@lists.stanford.edu, WCC Staff <wcc_staff1011@lists.stanford.edu>, wcc-announce@lists.stanford.edu, wcc women 10-11 <wcc_women_10-11@lists.stanford.edu>, wvso leaders <wvso_leaders@lists.stanford.edu>, fsfriends@lists.stanford.edu, latino class 13 <latino_class_13@lists.stanford.edu>, csre-majors@lists.stanford.edu, vwarriors2011 <vwarriors2011@lists.stanford.edu>


***PLEASE FORWARD WIDELY***

Thought Human Trafficking & Commercial Sexual Exploitation were problems only other countries had to deal with?
Think Again


The Lovely Ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
will be hosting a film screening of "Very Young Girls," a provocative film that explores the world of 
Domestic Human Sex Trafficking of Young Girls in New York City
Tuesday, February 15th
 
7pm Black Community Services Center


*This Event is Hosted in Collaboration with V-Week and the Women's Community Center*




Donations will be accepted at the event and various locations on campus for MISSSEY (Motivating, Inspiring, Supporting, Serving Sexually Exploited Youth), an organization that works to combat commercial sexual exploitation in Oakland, California 
See Below for details

MISSSEY's Wishlist: 

Donations will be collected at the Film Screening, as well as in Mirrielees, The Black Community Services Center, and Ujamaa beginning 2/16/11Many of these items can be purchased at the Stanford Bookstore or near Campus

Clothing
  • New, youth-appropriate seasonal clothing and shoes
  • New undergarments
Hygiene supplies
  • Scented lotions
  • Deodorant
  • Tampons (w/ applicator)
  • Pads
  • Dental hygiene products
  • Hair care products
  • African American hair care products
  • Lip balm / Lip gloss
  • Shaving lotion
  • Re-useable razors and replacement heads
Gift Certificates/Cards

$5.00 gift cards

  • Walgreens
  • Subway
  • Starbucks
  • Jamba Juice
  • Wal-mart
  • Target
About the Film: 
Very Young Girls
 is an exposé of the commercial sexual exploitation of girls in New York City as they are sold on the streets by pimps, and treated as adult criminals by police. The film follows barely-adolescent girls in real time, using vérité and intimate interviews with them, documenting their struggles and triumphs as they seek to exit the commercial sex industry. The film also uses startling footage shot by pimps themselves, giving a rare glimpse into how the cycle of exploitation begins for many women.

The film identifies hope for these girls in the organization GEMS (Girls Educational and Mentoring Services), a recovery agency founded and run by Rachel Lloyd, herself a survivor of sexual exploitation. GEMS is committed to ending commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking of children by changing individual lives, transforming public perception, and revolutionizing the systems and policies that impact sexually exploited youth. Very Young Girls will change the way law enforcement, the media, and society as a whole look at sexual exploitation, street prostitution and human trafficking that is happening right in our own backyard




Viviana Arcia
Stanford University | Class of 2013
B.A. Candidate | Feminist Studies and Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity
ASSU Executive Cabinet | Chair of Women's Issues
President | Stanford V Week
Women's Community Center | Women at Work Coordinator
Intern | Center for Relationship Abuse Awareness



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Monday, February 14, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] GSB Social Ventures: GiveWell Thurs noon


Are you skeptical of social ventures? Have you ever wondered if there is a rigorous way to analyze a charity's impact? Have you ever donated without knowing how much impact your dollars were having? Have you started a charity? Are you interested in transitioning from finance or business to a social venture?

Please join the Social Venture club in welcoming

Holden Karnofsky, Co-Founder of GiveWell.org
Thursday, 2/17, 12-1pm, Room S182
Lunch to be served

Come hear Holden's story, from working in a hedge fund to starting an organization that is trying to change the face of philanthropy.


"GiveWell has filled a huge gap… How can we know that our donation will really help the poor? Until GiveWell came along, it was difficult to give a convincing answer to that question."
-Peter Singer, Ira W. Decamp Professor of Bioethics, Princeton University 

"GiveWell asks tough but unavoidable questions."
-David Roodman, Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Development

"GiveWell is like the Michelin Guide for non-profits."
-John Hecklinger, Chief Program Officer, GlobalGiving Foundation

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http://www.GiveWell.org

Holden Karnofsky graduated from Harvard in 2003 with a degree in Social Studies, and spent the next four years in the hedge fund industry. In August of 2006, he began a part-time collaboration between 8 friends struggling to make the most of their personal donations, and he left his job in mid-2007 to work on the project full-time.  This project became GiveWell (www.givewell.org), where he currently serves as co-Executive Director.

GiveWell finds outstanding charities to help donors decide where to give.  It currently recommends 10 charities out of over 400 reviewed in both U.S. and international causes.  Its research has attracted attention from Peter Singer (who featured it in his manifesto on giving, The Life You Can Save), Nicholas Kristof (who featured it in Half The Sky), the Hewlett Foundation (a current funder of GiveWell) and media including the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Since 2009, GiveWell has tracked over $1 million per year in donations to top charities as a result of its research.


[FREE-FOOD] A3C, 5:30, free dinner, topic: love Fwd: [wcc-announce] Love Got You Down? RSVP for the next A3C After Dark event - Feb 24


Steven

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Melissa Luu <mluu@stanford.edu>
Date: Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 2:37 PM
Subject: [wcc-announce] Love Got You Down? RSVP for the next A3C After Dark event - Feb 24
To: WCC <wcc-announce@lists.stanford.edu>





----- Please forward widely! -----


Love Got You Down?


How do I get rid of these post-Valentine's Day blues?


How can I help a friend deal with a bad breakup?


What constitutes a healthy relationship?



After Dark -- Healthy Relationships.jpg



The Asian American Activities Center (A3C) After Dark Series presents:

 

Love Got You Down?

 

Thursday, February 24th

5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Asian American Activities Center Couchroom

(second floor of Old Union Clubhouse)



Find the answers to these questions and more in a discussion led by professional staff 

about how to build and maintain healthy relationships and how to handle common relationship problems.


Featuring Donnovan Somera Yisrael '89 MA '90, Health Promotion Services at Vaden Health Center


Dinner will be provided.


Please RSVP by 11 PM on Sunday, February 20 at 

http://a3cservices.stanford.edu/afterdark

 



Questions?  Contact Melissa Luu at mluu@stanford.edu



For more information about Vaden Health Center, please visit http://vaden.stanford.edu/

For more information about the A3C, please visit our website at a3c.stanford.edu



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[FREE-FOOD] free hot chocolate at coupa cafe

Via their twitter:
"On Valentine's Day: Come with your date & whisper together "Love" at any Coupa Café & get a FREE Small Hot Chocolate for you & your date!"

--
Cecilia Toscana Rodriguez
Kitchen Manager, EBF House
Management Science and Engineering
Stanford University 2011


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Sunday, February 13, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] SACNAS chapter Information Session/Lunch

Do you have an interest indiversity and the biological or natural sciences? Are you seeking mentorship, research experience, career exploration, grad school preparation, and/or activities related to bio/natural sciences and diversity! Then, come check out the first info session of SACNAS (Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Latinos and Native Americans in Science.)  Youdo not have to be Latino or Native American to join as SACNAS is committed to supporting diversity in the sciences. ALL ETHNICITIES ARE WELCOMED!  

Check out this 10-minute video if you want to know more about SACNAS and student chapters around the U.S.(http://www.youtube.com/v/OQ9qa5gO104&hl=en&fs=1) and the SACNAS website (http://www.sacnas.org

What: SACNAS chapter Information Session/Lunch

When: Wednesday, February 16th, 2011 at 12:15 PM until 1:30 PM

Where: Stanford's El Centro's Chicano Community Center

(Conference Room # 2) 

Please RSVP to Julianna Prieto jeprieto@stanford.edu 

See you there!!!

Steven

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: Finance Seminar with FREE FOOD!

What : SFCU's Finance Seminar
When: February 16th from 5:15-6:15pm
Where: Room 200 in Old Union (Second Floor, top of the stairs!)
Who: SFCU, AKPsi, our professional finance expert, and hopefully YOU!!!! :D
Why: Learn about saving, spending, budgeting, credit, etc!

Steven

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Matthew Gebre <mgebre@stanford.edu>
Date: Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 8:46 PM
Subject: Fwd: Finance Seminar with FREE FOOD!
To: the <the_diaspora@lists.stanford.edu>, Larkin Chat <chat-larkin0809@lists.stanford.edu>, Warner-Crothers-0910 <Warner-Crothers-0910@lists.stanford.edu>, vicstoreyas-chats@lists.stanford.edu, AKPsi <akpsi-lists@lists.stanford.edu>


(Forward widely, it's useful)
Hey Everyone!!!

Want to know how to build your credit and manage your budget?  Interested in personal finance?

Come to Stanford Federal Credit Union (SFCU) and Alpha Kappa Psi's seminar called Personal Finances for College Students. It'll be on February 16th from 5:15pm to 6:15pm. We'll have free food and KNOWLEDGE! :D This seminar is geared toward helping college students learn about finance their own lives, practical knowledge often overlooked in the Stanford bubble.  

SFCU's Student Representatives Jillian and Scott have partnered with Alpha Kappa Psi to bring you this service free of charge, in an effort to share financial education throughout the student body.

So sign up in the survey below!! If you cannot see the survey, click the link below.

What : SFCU's Finance Seminar
When: February 16th from 5:15-6:15pm
Where: Room 200 in Old Union (Second Floor, top of the stairs!)
Who: SFCU, AKPsi, our professional finance expert, and hopefully YOU!!!! :D
Why: Learn about saving, spending, budgeting, credit, etc!

Email Jillian (jgamache@stanford.edu) or Scott (sparks7@stanford.edu) if you have any questions!

Thanks and hope to see you there,

SFCU and AKPsi
Jillian Gamache
Scott Parks


If you have trouble viewing or submitting this form, you can fill it out online:
https://spreadsheets2.google.com/viewform?formkey=dDZBVmM2ekxnYnFWejQ0SmFUZEx2SkE6MQ

SFCU's Personal Finance Seminar Survey

Please fill this out if you plan on coming to Stanford Federal Credit Union's Seminar about Personal Finances for College Students.















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Tuesday, February 08, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] recruiting food

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Intuit Info Session
Tuesday, February 8
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Gates Building, room 104
Dinner will be provided!

SuccessFactors Info Session
Speaker: Jean-Baptiste Volta, Lead Software Engineer at SuccessFactors
Wednesday, Feb. 9
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Gates Building, room 104
Dinner will be provided!

adap.tv Info Session
Thursday, Feb. 10
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Gates Building, room 104
Dinner will be provided!


Learn more about INTUIT!
Stanford Alum, David Michaels, Director of Engineering, Mint.com
Jean Sini, Director of Engineering, Mint.com
Nancy Smithline, Rotational Development Program, Leader

To apply for our opportunities and jump start your career, visit www.intuitcareers.com

To be considered for one of the positions, click on APPLY NOW and apply directly to the Req # listed with the description.  

Please select your source as University Recruiting and indicate the school name from which you are applying.

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: Frans de Waal: Morality Before Religion: Empathy, Fairness and Prosocial Primates. Tues., March 1 at 7pm FREE DESSERT

Frans de Waal: Morality Before Religion: Empathy, Fairness and Prosocial
Primates
Jhumki Basu Memorial Lecture in "Science & Adventure"

Tuesday, March 1 at  7:00 PM.
"Geo Corner"  (aka Braun Hall, Bldg 320, Rm 105)
Dessert reception to follow
Map: http://campus-map.stanford.edu/index.cfm?ID=01-320


Steven

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Joan Berry <joanieb@stanford.edu>
Date: Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 9:34 AM
Subject: [Ethics in Society students] Fwd: Frans de Waal: Morality Before Religion: Empathy, Fairness and Prosocial Primates. Tues., March 1 at 7pm
To:




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Please forward widely!

Frans de Waal: Morality Before Religion: Empathy, Fairness and Prosocial
Primates
Jhumki Basu Memorial Lecture in "Science & Adventure"

Tuesday, March 1 at  7:00 PM.
"Geo Corner"  (aka Braun Hall, Bldg 320, Rm 105)
Dessert reception to follow
Map: http://campus-map.stanford.edu/index.cfm?ID=01-320

Frans de Waal_email.jpg

Prof. Frans B.M. de Waal is a Dutch/American behavioral biologist known
for his work on the social intelligence of primates. In this lecture, the
acclaimed author of The Age of Empathy (2009) shows how empathy comes
naturally to a great variety of animals, including humans. In his work
with monkeys and apes, de Waal has found many cases of one individual
coming to another's rescue and he argues that understanding empathy's
survival value in evolution can help to build a more just society based on
a more accurate view of human nature. De Waal is a Professor of Psychology
at Emory, Director of the Living Links Center at the Yerkes National
Primate Center, and a member of both the U.S. National Academy of Sciences
and the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences.
http://www.emory.edu/LIVING_LINKS/

Dr. Sreyashi Jhumki Basu, '98 HumBio, a dedicated teacher and science
educator, worked passionately to create paths through science for
neglected and disadvantaged students and to remove inequities in the
teaching of science in America and access to higher education.
http://jhumkibasu.org/bio.html

For more information, contact Robyn Duby 725-0336  or rduby@stanford.edu




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Monday, February 07, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] Gender Differences and Disparities in Academic Medicine


Women and Medicine
Presents
Dr. Sherry Wren
On Gender Differences and Disparities in Academic Medicine

Monday, February 14th
12pm - 1pm
LKSC 203

Dr. Sherry Wren is an Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and a respected member in the department of General Surgery. Besides her positions and research studies at stanford, Dr. Wren is heavily involved in the international health arena and has extensive experience working with Doctors Without Boarders and various other international organizations.
  Come hear Dr. Wren talk about why faculty leave health centers and whether there are gender differences. 

LUNCH PROVIDED !!!




[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: cool event right now!


Steven

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Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
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From: Steven Michael Crane <stevenmcrane@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Feb 7, 2011 at 12:04 PM
Subject: cool event right now!
To: "Keepin' it Casual, Ithaka" <ithaka-jabber@lists.weggiebobbles.org>, Synergy Extended List <synergy-extended@lists.stanford.edu>, Deadders <deadliving@googlegroups.com>


The Moral Underground: How Ordinary Americans Subvert an Unfair Economy. Old Union 3rd floor common room LOTS OF FREE FOOD. Run don't walk.

Steven

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Steven Michael Crane
B.A. Class of 2011 | Stanford University
stevenmcrane@gmail.com | (650) 720-5070
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Friday, February 04, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] HKSA winter movie showing (Echoes of the Rainbow)

HKSA winter movie showing: ??? ? (Echoes of the Rainbow), directed by ? ?? (Alex Law) from Hong Kong, is set in Hong Kong of the 1960s
Friday February 25
6:30pm - 8:40pm (food at 6:10pm, movie at 6:30pm)
Conference Room
Free?

Movie : ?? ( The Beast Stalker ), 1h49m?
Sergeant Tong?s (Nicholas Tse) dogged pursuit of a robbery getaway car escalates into a dangerous pile-up and shoot-out, and the accidental death of a little girl. Months later, Tong is still haunted by the girl's death and comforted only by his friendship with the victim's twin sister Ling (Wong Suet Yin). In a twisted coincidence, Cheung (Philip Keung), the mastermind behind the robbery, is facing trial, and the prosecutor is none other than Ling's mother, Ann Gao (Zhang Jingchu). Tragedy repeats itself when Cheung hires someone to kidnap Ling and blackmail Ann. Tong sets out in a desperate race against time to save Ling.

Food: There will be free food, first-come-first-served.
No registration required. This event is supported by the Billie Achilles fund and the Bechtel International Center .

Tuesday, February 01, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: Fwd: Cantor Student Reception 7-9pm Free Coupa!

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Come take a break from studying and check out the new photography exhibits:

In a New York Minute by Helen Levitt and Paths around the Global City by Leo Rubinfien

Show off your photography skills with our shared traveling camera project! 

Enjoy free Coupa Cafe and a black & white candy buffet 
To accompany the mostly black & white photography! 


Cantor Museum 
Thursday, February 3rd 
7:00pm-9:00pm




[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: [asianamericanstudies] RSVP for "Race, Class, and Sexuality: Early Formations of Asian American Identity in a Multi-Racial Frame" Thursday, Feb 3rd Lunch!

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Join Professor Karen J. Kuo at A3C Conference Room on Thursday, February 3rd at 12:00 noon for

"Race, Class, and Sexuality: Early Formations of Asian American Identity in a Multi-Racial Frame"


Lunch will be provided. Yummy Thai food!! Please RSVP Tina Duong (tinaduong2012@stanford.edu) by Tuesday, February 1st 11:59pm.





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Tina Duong
Stanford University '12
Asian American Studies and Biology
AASA Core & SVSA Co-Chair