M A R V E L O U S I N M A R C H
Featured productions include "The Ballad of Betsy Paradise", "Divided Together", and "Four Little Injuns"
March 1-2 and 7-9, Nitery Theater in the Old Union, $5, Advance ticket purchase strongly suggested
36th Annual Stanford-Berkeley Conference on Russian, East European & Eurasian Affairs
Friday March 2, 9:30 am - 5 pm, McCaw Hall, Arrillaga Alumni Center, Free
This youth leadership seminar will feature interactive workshops, networking opportunities, and speakers such as Kara's Cupcakes founder Kara Haspel Lind and Stanford professor Tom Kosnik. Sponsored by Stanford Women in Business.
Saturday, March 3, 9:30 am - 3:30 pm, Stanford Black Community Services Center, $10, Advance registration required. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Professor Deborah Gruenfeld, one of the most respected and sought-after experts in the field of organization behavior, will draw on the art of acting and the science of psychology to show how nonverbal behaviors affect status, power, and the ability to move among different hierarchical roles.
Wednesday, March 14, 7:30 am breakfast, 8 am session, Stanford Faculty Club, $60, Advance reservations required.
Join experts from Challenge Success and other parents as we examine current research and learn strategies to promote physical and mental health, engagement in school, and overall well-being for children in elementary and middle school. We'll also explore the daily challenges of finding time for play, handling homework, choosing extracurricular activities, and promoting healthier lifestyles and deeper connections for the entire family.
Six week course beginning April 25th at Stanford. An on-line version of this course is also available.
Integrative Medicine and Children
What Parents want to Know about Dietary Supplements and Mind-Body Therapies
March 13, 7 pm, Free, Advance registration required
This informative, humorous and lively discussion of puberty, the opposite sex and growing up sets parents and their pre-teens on a straight course for talking with one another on these very important topics. Multiple dates available. $75
Please see website for complete list of classes available at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and registration information.
E-Week is an engaging collection of events focused on all things entrepreneurial within the Stanford community. Most events are free and open to the public.
Ongoing through March 7
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar Sandra Kurtzig, Founder, ASK Group; Founder & CEO, Kenandy and Andy Kurtzig, Founder, CEO & President, JustAnswer
Wednesday, March 7, 4:30 pm, NVIDIA Auditorium, Free
Dance Masterclass & Showing: Hope Mohr Dance Co.
Tuesday, March 13,
4:15 pm, Roble Gym, Studio 38, Free
STANFORD LIVELY ARTS
American Contemporary Music Ensemble Informance
An engaging one-hour program of performance and conversation.
Saturday, March 3, 6 pm, Community School for Music and Arts, Mountain View, Free
Lionheart with American Contemporary Music Ensemble Lauded early music vocalists Lionheart + NYC mavericks ACME in works by Ingram Marshall and Phil Kline.
Sunday, March 4, 2:30 pm, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, $19-42
CCRMA Cabaret 2.0: Jaap Blonk Dutch vocalist/improviser performs a set of solo music for voice and electronics
Thursday, March 8, 8 pm, CCRMA Stage, Free
The SLSQ conclude their 2011-12 series with an all-Beethoven program.
Sunday, March 11, 2:30 pm, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, $22-50
All ticketed Lively Arts shows are $10 for Stanford students with ID.
Stanford Chamber Chorale
March 2, 8 pm, Memorial Church, $5-10
An Evening of Flute Music
March 2, 8 pm, Campbell Recital Hall, Free
Stanford Woodwind Quintet
March 3, 8 pm, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, $5-10, Free for Stanford students
Benefit Duo Piano Recital: Frederick Weldy and Laura Dahl
March 4, 2:30 pm, Campbell Recital Hall, $25, $10 for students
Early Music Singers
March 9, 8 pm, Memorial Church, Free
Stanford Wind Ensemble
March 10, 8 pm, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, $5-10, Free for Stanford students
Stanford Improvisation Collective [sic] Winter Concert
March 11, 8 pm, CCRMA Stage, Free
Morton Subotnick: Lecture/Concert
March 12, 8 pm, CCRMA Stage, The Knoll, Free
Stanford Flute Ensemble
March 13, 8 pm, Campbell Recital Hall, Free
Stanford Afro-Latin Jazz Ensemble
March 14, 8 pm, Campbell Recital Hall, $5-10, Free for Stanford students
Christopher Marks, organ
March 21, 8 pm, Memorial Church, Free
Thursday, March 1, 4:15 pm, Terrace Room, Bldg 460, Free
Schleppers and Shoppers Jews, Street Markets, and the Selling of Ready-to-Wear Fashion in Interwar London
Thursday, March 1, 4:15 pm, Lane History Corner, room 307, Free
The Environmental Costs of US Militarism
Thursday, March 1, 7 pm, Tresidder Oak Lounge, Free
Despite the Best Intentions: Exploring Why Racial Inequality Persists in Good Schools
Monday, March 5, 12 noon, CERAS 100B, Free
Wednesday, March 7, 20, 7:15 pm, Bldg 260, Rm 252, Free
Ethics and War with Avishai Margalit
Thursday, March 8, 5:30 pm, Annenberg Auditorium, Free
The Castroville Mammoth Project
Thursday, March 8, 7:30 pm, Cubberley Auditorium, Free
Aren't All Intellectuals "Public"?
One Historian's Encounter with Academia, Education, and the World
Wednesday, March 14, 12 noon, Center for Educational Research at Stanford, Rm 300, Free
Environmentalism, Elitism and Food
Wednesday, March 14, 5:30 pm, CEMEX Auditorium, Free, Registration required
Jonathan Safran Foer and Nathan Englander in Conversation on a new Passover Haggadah
Thursday, March 15, 7 pm, CEMEX Auditorium, Click here to reserve your seat, Free
Former senator Russ Feingold on Philosophy Talk
In this live taping, the former senator joins Philosophy Talk co-hosts and Stanford philosophers John Perry and Ken Taylor for a conversation about the threat corporations present to democracy.
Thursday, March 15, 7 pm, Cubberley Auditorium, Free
Freedom and the Arts of Dissent
Monday, March 19, 6 pm, Humanities Center- Levinthal Hall, Free
Family Structure, Employment, and Income Inequality Among American Women
Wednesday, March 21, 12 noon, Bldg. 120, Free, RSVP required
Ethics @ Noon
Each week Stanford faculty tackle questions of ethics that arise in private and public life.
Ethical Barriers to the End of AIDS
David Katzenstein, School of Medicine
March 3, Bldg 160, Rm 124
Courage vs. Culture
David Demarest, VP for Public Affairs
March 9, 12 noon, Bldg 110, Rm 112
The Energy Seminar
Mondays, 4:15 pm, NVIDIA Auditiorium, Huang Room 14C, Free
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Kizuna! New Forms of Social Capital in Disaster Japan
Monday, March 5, 12 noon, RSVP required, Free
Refashioning the Self through New Therapeutics in Urban China
Thursday, March 8, 4:15 pm, Philippines Conference Room, Encina Hall, 3rd Floor, Free
Japanese Politics After 3-11
Friday, March 9, 12 noon, Philippines Conference Room, Free
Trauma and Healing in Stricken Japan
Monday, March 12, 12 noon, Please RSVP, Free
Development of India's First 911 System: Stanford's Role and Hope for Other Nations
Tuesday, March 13, 12 noon, Encina Hall West, Room 208, Free
Women in Tibetan Buddhism
Thursday, March 15, 7:30 pm, Cypress, Tresidder Memorial Union, 2nd Floor, Free
Making the Historical Atlas of Tibet
Thursday, March 22, 12:15 pm, Bldg 70, Room 72A1, Free
Thursday, March 29, 7:30 pm, Bldg 260, Rm 113, Main Quad
WINTER CLASSES FOR ADULTS
Stanford Continuing Studies offers a broad range of courses that are primarily taught by Stanford instructors and open to everyone.
Spring Registration Now Underway. Featured classes include:
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Part of Driven: A Car Culture Film Series
Wednesday, March 7, 7:30 pm, Cubberley Auditorium, Free
Oh, Bless Us, Gedun Drup: a Prayer Hall for the Dalai Lama
Thursday, March 22, 7:30 pm, Levinthal Hall, Stanford Humanities Center, Free
The Ballad of Betsy Paradise
March 1 and 2, 8 pm and 10 pm, Nitery Theater in the Old Union, $5
March 2, 7 pm, March 3, 2 pm and 7 pm, Roble Hall Theater, Free
Join Stanford's student sketch comedy troupe for their raucous end of quarter show.
Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3,
8 pm, Geology Corner, Room 320-105, $10, Free for Stanford students
Dustin Lance Black's "8"
Monday, March 5, 7 pm, Cemex Auditorium, Knight Management Center
Four Little Injuns
March 7 and 9, 8 pm, Nitery Theater in the Old Union, $5
March 8, 8 pm, March 10, 8 pm and 10 pm, Nitery Theater in the Old Union, $5
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Twenty one Cardinal sports teams are in action during March. For a full schedule of events, click here.
For a list of ticket promotions, click here.
Men's Basketball hosts cross-bay rival California on Sunday, March 4 at 2:30 pm in its final home game of the regular season. Don't miss out on this exciting match-up. Tickets start at $30.
This spring the second-ranked Cardinal will take on the toughest schedule in the country. General admission tickets start at just $5 for kids/seniors and $7 for adults, and group packages are available. For group packages, call Ted Lopez at 650-724-9239 or email email@example.com. To purchase tickets online, click here.
Women's gymnastics competes against Arizona State and California in a season showdown March 4. Tickets are free.
Stanford Football's 2012 Signing Day was a huge success. Of the 22 players signing letters of intent, 13 were rated in the top 25 nationally in their positions. For highlights and bios, visit 2012 Signing Day Central.
|HEALTH & WELLNESS
My Health Toolkit: Research 101
Thursdays, 3:30 pm, To register, please call (650) 498-7826, Free
- 3/1: Researching Chronic Diseases
- 3/15: Preparing for Surgery
- 3/29: Researching Drug Information
Computers and Our Hearts
In this 90 minute class we will explore ideas for how to keep a healthful balance between human and machine, with all due respect to both!
Thursday, March 1, 12 noon, $30
Get Active and Take Action
The course will begin with a classroom lecture followed by one-on-one session(s) with the instructor.
Friday, March 2, 12:15 - 1:45, $60
Saturday, March 3, 9:30 am, Free, Limited seating
Undiagnosed: The Gut, Grub and Gluten
This class will address the difference between food sensitivities and food allergies and separate reality from hype.
Monday, March 5, 12 noon, $25
Why Did I Eat That - Again?
Participants will gain useful tools to craft a personal plan to replace chaotic eating with more mindful and satisfying choices.
Wednesday, March 7, 12:15 pm, $25
Rx: Exercise Moving Through Cancer Thursday, March 22, 6:30 pm, Doors open at 6 pm with light refreshments, To register please call 650.725.9456. Space is limited, Free
Long Term Care Insurance
Thursday, March 29, 7 pm, Free
Preregistration is required for all classes.
Walker Evans Photographs
American photographer Walker Evans (1903-1975), with his direct and unsentimental images of life on small-town streets, in New York subways, and on sharecroppers' porches, inspired generations of photographers and helped shape contemporary art. Pieces by John Chamberlain, Sol LeWitt Claes Oldenburg and Martin Puryear, together with Carl Andre's Copper-Zinc Plain, a floor piece comprised of 36 tiles, and John Chamberlain's Bijou, a large early work made of crushed automobiles and paint.
Cantor Arts Center, Free
|ART EVENTS | Thursdays, March 1, 8, and 15, Cantor Arts Center Auditorium, 4:15, $90, $75 for members, preregistration required
Friday, March 9, 2 pm, Cantor Arts Center, Free
Thursdays, March 22, 29, and April 5,
Cantor Arts Center Auditorium, 4:15, $90, $75 for members, preregistration required
To Mix or Not to Mix?
"A Mestizo Planet" in the Musée du Quai Branly or the Historian as a Curator
Friday, March 9, 3 pm, Levinthal Hall, Stanford Humanities Center, Free
|READINGS The Next American Revolutionary: A Lunch with Grace Lee Boggs
Thursday, March 1, 12 noon, Black House Community Room, 418 Santa Teresa Street, Free
Rafael Campo - Cultural Competence: Poetry and the Importance of Voice in the Illness Experience
Thursday, March 1, 6:30 pm, Cantor Arts Center Auditorium, Free
Nelly Sachs: Migration and Memory, Poetry and Context
Thursday, March 8, 4:30 pm, The Bender Room, Green Library, 5th floor, Free
Geoff Dyer - Zona Reading and Panel Discussion
Tuesday, March 13, 5:30 pm, Humanities Center, Levinthal Hall, Free
|RELIGION & |
Ecumenical Christian worship featuring choir and organ music with speakers and preachers from diverse religious traditionsSundays, 10 am, Memorial Church
A reflective 30-minute service of hymns and chant sung in the tranquil candlelit ambiance of Memorial Church.
March 4, 11 and 18, 9 - 9:30 pm, Memorial Church.
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