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fussWhen parents are too focused on grades and performance, they deny their children the time and energy they need to tackle the demanding work of growing up.  Do you like to know the strategies for raising healthy children in today’s fast-paced world?  In this presentation, parents will learn how to establish a healthier home environment, reduce academic stress without sacrificing achievement, and increase their children’s resilience, creativity, and well being.

 

Three presentations are scheduled in the following weeks:

For parents of grades k-6:

  • Date/Time: Thursday, May 4, 6:30 to 8 pm
  • Location: Forest Park Elementary School, Multi-purposed Room

For parents of grades 7-12:

  • Date/Time/Location: Thursday, April 27, 6:30 to 8 pm, American High School, Multi-purposed Room
  • Date/Time/Location: Thursday, May 18,  6:30 to 8 pm, Mission High School, C120

All sessions are presented by Challenge Success, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University.

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Stanford’s acclaimed Summer Science Lecture Series will be on the lawn next to Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center on some Thursday evenings this summer. You are invited to go early and wander through the Cantor, have dinner at the Art Center’s Cool Café, or bring your own picnic. You can then settle on the lawn outside of Cantor to hear fascinating and informal lectures about leading research from some Stanford’s most esteemed professors. 

 
All of the talks will be delivered in terms understandable to the lay public.  So bring your family (high school age and up) and enjoy!  The Outdoor Science Series is sponsored by the Stanford Office of Science Outreach and Stanford Continuing Studies.  All lectures begin at 7pm and are free.

Thursday, June 30
Using Fiberoptics and Genes from Algae to Solve Problems in Psychiatry

Karl Deisseroth
Associate Professor of Bioengineering and Psychiatry 
 
Thursday, July 14
Shark and Awe: The Extreme Life of the Sea

Stephen Palumbi
Jane and Marshall Steel Jr. Professor in Marine Sciences
 
Thursday, July 28
Infinite Reality: Avatars, Eternal Life, New Worlds, and the Dawn of the Virtual Revolution

Jeremy Bailenson
Associate Professor of Communication

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