Community discussion on climate change

Green Earth Sciences Building, Rm 365 (behind Roble Gym, near Arrillaga Rec) 367 Panama St, Stanford, CA

Today’s political system can make us feel hopeless regarding climate change. Let’s discuss why there’s hope and what we can realistically do to make a meaningful difference. Healthy DINNER provided! RSVP here Discussion Topics: How does climate change affect us and others? and disproportionately affect certain populations? What are recent Read more…

General Meeting

Green Earth Sciences Building, Rm 365 (behind Roble Gym, near Arrillaga Rec) 367 Panama St, Stanford, CA

It's our summer quarter general meeting of Scientists Speak Up! We will be discussing peer engagement and how SSU can better function to remove barriers for grad students to make a meaningful difference regarding climate change. All grad students and postdocs who care about science are welcome to attend. As Read more…

2019 Planetary Health Annual Meeting

The conference’s objective is to catalyze efforts towards resolving the great planetary health crises of our time.

$150

Trivia Night

Ray's Grill (GCC Havana room) 750 Escondido Rd, Stanford, CA

Do you like free drinks?  Cash prizes? Or showing off your wealth of trivial knowledge? Come to Trivia Night at the GCC Havana Room. Bring your friends or make new ones, both individuals and teams are welcome.

Free

General Meeting

Green Earth Sciences Building, Rm 365 (behind Roble Gym, near Arrillaga Rec) 367 Panama St, Stanford, CA

Discussing our plan to communicate to the public and the topic for our next workshop. Updates given about a guest speaker and an interdisciplinary journal club on climate change.

Game Night

Kennedy Commons, Great room 12 Comstock cir, Stanford, CA

Featuring games with relevant themes like Pandemic, Codenames, CO2 and more We'll provide snacks and drinks. Feel free to invite others! Please RSVP.

Katharine Hayhoe lecture

LKSC 120 291 Campus Drive, Stanford, CA

A discussion on the reasons people deny science and how to communicate science effectively for topics where audiences contain skeptics.