Faculty/Staff

On Belonging: Culture and Connection at Stanford

Join us for an event focused on belonging, specifically looking at the role belonging plays in one's psychological wellbeing, its importance to success, and the challenges to belonging inherent in Stanford culture. Breakout sessions will examine students' and other participants' own experiences with belonging, vulnerability within communities, and other issues. Lastly, the discussion will be followed by a wellness fair, where groups who are doing work around mental health on campus will be tabling to talk about their efforts and their resources.

On Belonging: Culture and Connection at Stanford

Join us for an event focused on belonging, specifically looking at the role belonging plays in one's psychological wellbeing, its importance to success, and the challenges to belonging inherent in Stanford culture. Breakout sessions will examine students' and other participants' own experiences with belonging, vulnerability within communities, and other issues. Lastly, the discussion will be followed by a wellness fair, where groups who are doing work around mental health on campus will be tabling to talk about their efforts and their resources.

Learning Together About Immigration Policies and Experiences

OpenXChange is pleased to present: "Learning Together About Immigration Policies and Experiences” on Thursday, May 12, from 3:30-5 pm in Branner Hall Lounge, 655 Escondido Rd. The event is open to all members of the Stanford campus community.

Come explore the way policies and rhetoric around immigration have impacted immigrant communities in the U.S., with a particular focus on this issue in the context of an election year. The program, which will include breakout sessions, will feature a distinguished Stanford panel, including:

Learning Together About Immigration Policies and Experiences

OpenXChange is pleased to present: "Learning Together About Immigration Policies and Experiences” on Thursday, May 12, from 3:30-5 pm in Branner Hall Lounge, 655 Escondido Rd. The event is open to all members of the Stanford campus community.

Come explore the way policies and rhetoric around immigration have impacted immigrant communities in the U.S., with a particular focus on this issue in the context of an election year. The program, which will include breakout sessions, will feature a distinguished Stanford panel, including:

Affirmative Consent Panel Discussion

Affirmative consent, or the affirmative, conscious, and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity from both partners, reduces ambiguity in sexual situations. This panel will discuss California's affirmative consent law, highlighting its goals and limits for promoting a culture of respect on campus, and also probe into how affirmative consent is implemented on campuses and how students' understand its meaning. Panelists will represent legal, research, and activist perspectives. 

Fareed Zakaria: "America in a New World"

Join global journalist Fareed Zakaria for “America in a New World” on Tuesday, May 10, at 7 pm in Cemex Auditorium. Zakaria's address will explore the role of the United States in a world of increasing turmoil. Should America be acting as the global “moral police?” When is our nation is responsible for stopping genocide, fighting poverty, and addressing other pressing issues we face as a country “with a conscience?” And how do we balance our domestic concerns with those of the world in a time of limited resources?

Fareed Zakaria: "America in a New World"

Join global journalist Fareed Zakaria for “America in a New World” on Tuesday, May 10, at 7 pm in Cemex Auditorium. Zakaria's address will explore the role of the United States in a world of increasing turmoil. Should America be acting as the global “moral police?” When is our nation is responsible for stopping genocide, fighting poverty, and addressing other pressing issues we face as a country “with a conscience?” And how do we balance our domestic concerns with those of the world in a time of limited resources?

Combating Inequity in Education: A Critical Conversation about the Path toward Education Equity in America

Join Stanford President John Hennessy as he moderates an urgent discussion about pervasive inequity in the American education system with three of the nation’s most forward-looking education thought leaders.  Why is the achievement gap still so deep? What roles do poverty and race play in creating and sustaining that gap? And how do we address the root causes of inequity? 

Affirmative Consent Panel Discussion

Affirmative consent, or the affirmative, conscious, and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity from both partners, reduces ambiguity in sexual situations. This panel will discuss California's affirmative consent law, highlighting its goals and limits for promoting a culture of respect on campus, and also probe into how affirmative consent is implemented on campuses and how students' understand its meaning. Panelists will represent legal, research, and activist perspectives. 

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