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    Techniques for Sparking Your Creative Genius, Tina Seelig and Dan Klein, ’90

    Techniques for Sparking Your Creative Genius, Tina Seelig and Dan Klein, ’90

    Tina Seelig, PhD ’85, is a professor of the practice in management science and engineering and faculty director of Stanford Technology Ventures Program, the entrepreneurship center at the School of Engineering. Professor Seelig teaches classes on creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in management science and engineering and at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, the d.school. She has written 17 popular books, including “What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20,” “inGenius” and “Insight Out.” She is the recipient of several national awards including the Gordon Prize from the National Academy of Engineering, recognizing her as a national leader in engineering education.

    Dan Klein, ’90, is a lecturer in theater and performance studies and at the Graduate School of Business, and a teacher at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. Klein’s teaching taps into improvisation, design thinking and high-performance communication to help adults access their childlike creative reserves. A longtime improv instructor of beginning and advanced improvisation, he has helped create student groups including the Robber Barons (original sketch comedy), the Flying Treehouse (children’s theater) and Stanford Improvisors, an improv troupe that has performed on campus and in the community for 25 years.

    This Stanford+Connects micro lecture was filmed on location at Stanford University. Stanford+Connects is a program of the Stanford Alumni Association.

    • 1 Std. 2 Min.
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    What Do You Want to Be (When You Grow Up)?, Bill Burnett, ’79, MS ’82 and Dave Evans, ’75, MS ’76

    What Do You Want to Be (When You Grow Up)?, Bill Burnett, ’79, MS ’82 and Dave Evans, ’75, MS ’76

    In this hands-on workshop, you’ll gain tools and ideas for reframing your life’s odyssey. Whether you are happy with your job, preparing for a career pivot or seeking more meaning, applying the principles of design thinking to your career and life will help invent a more interesting and fulfilling future “you.”

    • 32 Min.
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    The Impact of Demography, Psychology and Mass Media, Gary Segura and Shanto Iyengar

    The Impact of Demography, Psychology and Mass Media, Gary Segura and Shanto Iyengar

    What should we expect from this year’s elections cycle? Drawing on extensive research about demographic shifts, campaign media, the psychology of voting, and the history of implicit and explicit anti-immigrant and anti-minority rhetoric, Stanford experts weigh in on the current political climate.

    Gary Segura is the Morris M. Doyle Centennial Professor of Public Policy at Stanford. Professor Segura’s work focuses on issues of political representation, elections and minority group politics. His most recent book, “Latino America: How America’s Most Dynamic Population is Poised to Transform the Politics of the Nation,” explores the potential of this growing demographic on elections. Professor Segura co-directs the Stanford Center for American Democracy and, from 2009-2015, was a co-principal investigator of the American National Election Studies. In 2010, he was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

    Shanto Iyengar is the Harry and Norman Chandler Professor in Communication, a professor of political science and senior fellow, by courtesy, at the Hoover Institution. Professor Iyengar’s teaching and research address the role of mass media in democratic societies, the conduct and effects of political campaigns, and the psychology of voting. His current work investigates the polarization of news audiences in the United States and abroad. Additionally, Professor Iyengar directs the Political Communication Laboratory, which works on large-scale content analysis of news and elite rhetoric and experimental studies of political polarization. He has written several books including “Media Politics: A Citizen's Guide” and frequently contributes to WashingtonPost.com and other media outlets.

    • 1 Std. 2 Min.
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    Why Brains and Talent Don’t Equal Success, Carol Dweck

    Why Brains and Talent Don’t Equal Success, Carol Dweck

    Are human basic attributes largely fixed or can they be developed? Professor Dweck demonstrates how what you believe can have profound implications for success in school, business, relationships and parenting.

    Carol Dweck is the Lewis and Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology and, by courtesy, at the Graduate School of Education. A leading expert in the field of motivation, Professor Dweck’s research has demonstrated the role of mindsets in students’ achievement and has shown how praise for intelligence can undermine motivation and learning. She has lectured to education, business and sports groups all over the world, and has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the National Academy of Sciences. She has appeared on “Today,” “Good Morning America,” “Nightline” and “20/20.” Her bestselling book “Mindset” has been widely acclaimed and translated into over 20 languages.

    This Stanford+Connects micro lecture was filmed on location at Stanford University. Stanford+Connects is a program of the Stanford Alumni Association.

    • 51 Min.
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    Trials, Tribulations and Future Prospects for the HIV Vaccine, Peter S. Kim, PhD ’85

    Trials, Tribulations and Future Prospects for the HIV Vaccine, Peter S. Kim, PhD ’85

    One in 200 people on earth are infected with HIV, which is the leading cause of death worldwide for women ages 15-44. Using the HIV vaccine as an example, Professor Kim shares why drug development is difficult, discussing the urgent challenges and the promise of innovative science.

    Peter S. Kim, PhD ’85, is the Virginia & D. K. Ludwig Professor of Biochemistry and a member of Stanford ChEM-H (Chemistry, Engineering & Medicine for Human Health). As president of Merck Research Laboratories (2003-2013), Professor Kim was responsible for Merck’s Research and Discovery efforts. During his tenure, over 20 drugs and vaccines were approved, including the world’s first vaccine against HPV, the causative agent of cervical cancer. Earlier, he was professor of Biology at MIT, member of the Whitehead Institute and investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Professor Kim is an elected member of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Medicine and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

    This Stanford+Connects micro lecture was filmed on location at Stanford University. Stanford+Connects is a program of the Stanford Alumni Association.

    • 1 Std. 3 Min.
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    Getting (More of) What You Want!, Maggie Neale

    Getting (More of) What You Want!, Maggie Neale

    For many of us, negotiation is a mysterious and, sometimes, intimidating process. Professor Neale will reveal empirical truths about common negotiation beliefs and provide a window into more effective strategies in negotiating, helping us get more out of everyday interactions.

    Maggie Neale is the Adams Distinguished Professor of Management at the Graduate School of Business. Professor Neale’s research focuses primarily on negotiation and effective team performance. She is the faculty director of Negotiation and Influence Strategies, Managing Teams for Innovation and Success, and the Executive Program for Women Leaders at Stanford. Professor Neale has authored many publications, most recently co-authoring, “Getting (More of) What You Want.” She conducts executive seminars and management development programs on negotiation skills, managerial decision making, managing teams and workforce diversity; her clients include public agencies, city governments, health care and trade associations, universities, small businesses and Fortune 500 corporations around the globe.

    This Stanford+Connects micro lecture was filmed on location at Stanford University. Stanford+Connects is a program of the Stanford Alumni Association.

    • 1 Std. 2 Min.

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