May
16
4:15 pm16:15

Science Bus Lesson

  • East Palo Alto Charter School

The Science Bus is an after-school science program for 2nd through 5th grade children at the East Palo Alto Charter School (EPACS), a great school in a low-income part of the San Francisco Bay Area. The program is developed and taught by graduate and undergraduate students at Stanford University.

We welcome any member of the Stanford Community who has knowledge of science and an interest in teaching (no experience necessary) to join us and make a difference in the lives of promising young students. Commitment time is flexible so feel free to come only once or as often as you like.

Visit our Webpage http://sciencebus.wikispaces.com/home

May
15
7:00 pm19:00

Funding Committee Meeting

  • Graduate Community Center, GSC Room (2nd floor)

Every VSO MUST attend the funding committee meeting before they present their event to the GSC.

May
14
9:00 pm21:00

Digital Shapers Workhop: Food Tech and In-vitro technology

  • Graduate Community Center, Nairobi Room (2nd floor)

Interested in learning about next generation food technology with food and snacks at the same time?

Come to our talk next week where we will have an exciting guest talk about:

  • How to shift from factory farming to more organic, sustainable and humane farming via technology.
  • How to introduce culture meat as a component of the protein revolution that science and technology are allowing us to create in the 21st century.

All graduate students are welcome, also we're looking for looking forward to recruit new members! Please come to this meeting to learn more about our group.

This event is sponsored by the GSC.

About us: We are a new interdisciplinary club that aims to increase awareness of the impacts of technology on society. We seek to educate the Stanford community about the future of privacy, digital rights, social systems and employment in the digital age.

More information on our group can be found at: https://www.digitalshapers.org/ 

May
14
7:00 pm19:00

Square Dancing

  • Black Community Services Center, Community Room

7:00-9:00pm: intermediate lessons/dancing

Join the Cardinal Squares for some square dancing! Forget about hay bales or cowboy hats--modern square dancing is like puzzle-solving set to music. Whether you're interested in moving to the music, playing with geometric patterns, or just meeting new people through an instant icebreaker, you're sure to have fun.

Never tried square dancing? Shoot us an email and we'll make sure we're set up to run a beginner lesson.

Don't know what modern square dancing looks like? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xowIxRD5XKw

More info about square dancing: http://www.challengedance.org/intro.html http://www.dehnbase.org/sd/tutorial/gdp-language.php or contact Jenna Caldwell (jgcwell at stanford)

To join our mailing lists: for students: https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/cardinal-squares for non-students: https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/squaredancing-interest

Sponsored by the GSC.

#dance #algorithms #cultural #music #social

May
13
8:00 pm20:00

MEN'S RITES: AN ALT-COMEDY

  • Elliott Program Center

Stanford Classics in Theater (SCIT) presents the story of a Supreme Court justice on a crossdressing mission to save us all from the manosphere- adapted from Aristophanes' Thesmophoriazusai.

FREE with SUID #free #cultural #comedy #performance #music

May
13
6:00 pm18:00

Belgian Beer Tasting and Stew

  • Escondido Village Center

Belgica, the Belgian Association at Stanford, is holding its annual beer tasting and stew event! We will be serving a selection of the finest Belgian beers, accompanied by a traditional Belgian beef stew. Non-alcoholic and vegetarian options will be available too.

The event will start at 7 PM in the Assembly Room of the Bechtel International Center (584 Capistrano Way) on Stanford Campus. Stanford Belgians, Belgium enthusiasts and interested non-members are welcome to attend this event. Spaces are limited. Registration is free but required:

belgianbeerandstew.eventbrite.com

We hope to see you there!

This event is supported by the Billie Achilles Fund and the Bechtel International Center. GSC support pending.

May
13
4:00 pm16:00

Fire on Fire

  • Bechtel International Center

Please join us on May 13th 2017 for Fire on Fire XI, the 11th anniversay edition of the most anticipated, multinational BBQ party bringing together the outdoor cuisines from Argentina, Iran, Peru, Turkey, Taiwan, Chile, the Netherlands, and Germany, Greece, France, the Asian American Association, Canada and Poland.

This event is free and open to the public come and enjoy.

We will have BBQ-istas from our countries making sure you have the time to relax and talk for hours to people from of all over the world, while you endlessly snack on our delicatessen from the grill.

There will be a dance floor rocking to the captivating international beats of all these countries.

This event is supported by the GSC, the Billie Achilles fund, and the Bechtel International Center.

May
12
May 13

12th Annual Grad-Wide Block Party

  • Rains Houses

Rains Houses and your grad life groups bring you Block Party Number 12 - the monster campus-wide grad party of spring quarter! This was known as the best party of the year last year, so you won't want to miss it. The DJ will pump the tunes from 9pm-1am so you can dance, dance, dance!

Wonder where the party is? You'll find the action here: http://bit.ly/kuEfYj. Friday, May 12th, 9pm-1am.

Free. SUID AND proof of age to drink. Drink serving will start at 9pm.

Sponsored by the Graduate Student Programming Board (http://www.stanford.edu/group/gspb) and Graduate Student Council (gsc.stanford.edu).

May
12
8:00 pm20:00

MEN'S RITES: AN ALT-COMEDY

  • Elliott Program Center

Stanford Classics in Theater (SCIT) presents the story of a Supreme Court justice on a crossdressing mission to save us all from the manosphere- adapted from Aristophanes' Thesmophoriazusai. FREE with SUID #free #cultural #comedy #performance #music

May
10
6:00 pm18:00

Grad Council (GSC) Weekly Meeting

  • Graduate Community Center (GCC), Nairobi Room (2nd Floor)

Get involved and come join your friendly Graduate Student Council for our weekly meeting, where we discuss funding for student groups as well as important issues pertaining to grad life at Stanford! #gsc #free-food

May
10
4:15 pm16:15

Science Bus Lesson

  • East Palo Alto Charter School

The Science Bus is an after-school science program for 2nd through 5th grade children at the East Palo Alto Charter School (EPACS), a great school in a low-income part of the San Francisco Bay Area. The program is developed and taught by graduate and undergraduate students at Stanford University. We welcome any member of the Stanford Community who has knowledge of science and an interest in teaching (no experience necessary) to join us and make a difference in the lives of promising young students. Commitment time is flexible so feel free to come only once or as often as you like. Visit our Webpage http://sciencebus.wikispaces.com/home