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The events that one is able to attend must always be measured by the value one is able to derive from it from the energy one puts into it.  You have to put yourself out there to even begin to experience what may come from it.  Part of even beginning this quest is at least knowing what’s out there.  To that end, Social Capitale and its community help one another publicize the best networking events –  the who, what, when where and why?  Use this tool as part of your arsenal to enhance your social capital, your network of individuals and resources to make you more successful.

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Apr
1
Wed
COVID-19 and AI: A Virtual Conference @ Live Virtual Event
Apr 1 @ 7:00 am – 11:59 pm


COVID-19 and AI: A Virtual Conference

 will address a developing public health crisis. Sponsored by the Stanford
Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI)
, the event will convene experts from Stanford and
beyond to advance the understanding of the virus and its impact on society.  It
will be livestreamed to engage the broad research community, government and
international organizations, and civil society.
 
Topics to be addressed include: AI applications in diagnostics and treatment,
epidemiological tracking and forecasting of the spread of the virus,
information and disinformation, and the broader human impact of COVID-19 and
pandemics in general on economies, culture, government, and human behavior.
Through timely, insightful presentations and interactive sessions, this event
will serve to unite a global community toward solutions to benefit all of
humanity.

Event details and agenda will be posted on the HAI website

soon. To receive event updates, please join ouremail list
.

Apr
2
Thu
HIP WEBINAR: Food for Thought – Performance Nutrition for Enhanced Cognition @ At your computer/device
Apr 2 @ 7:00 pm – 11:59 pm


The food we eat has an impact not only on our bodies, but also on our brains
and cognition. Recent evidence indicates that certain nutritional strategies
can mitigate fatigue, increase attention and memory, defend against mental
deterioration, and improve our cognitive performance.

Join us for this noontime webinar to discover the current evidence and
nutritional strategies that can improve your cognitive performance. You will
learn about the acute effects of food on cognition, five strategies to improve
our cognitive performance, and ways to choose meals and snacks at work to
increase alertness and combat daytime sleepiness.

Note: This webinar is only available at the scheduled date and time.

Instructor: Maryam S. Hamidi, PhD, is a member of the Stanford Medicine WellMD
and WellPhD Center team and leads initiatives at that promote personal
well-being, self-care, and a culture of wellness at Stanford Medicine. She is
an expert in nutrition and behavioral medicine, with current work on reducing
fatigue and improving mood and cognitive performance of professionals with high
cognitive demands.

Class details are subject to change.

Apr
8
Wed
HIP WEBINAR: Life on Purpose – How Living for What Matters Most Changes Everything @ At your computer/device
Apr 8 @ 7:00 pm – 11:59 pm


Who are you at your best? Research shows that having a strong sense of
purpose, especially one that’s bigger than yourself, has a positive impact on
your health, well-being, and quality of life.

Over 200 scientific studies on purpose show that purposeful people enjoy
longer lives, stronger relationships, increased energy, better sleep, more
resilience in the face of stress and change, lower risk of heart disease,
stroke, depression, and Alzheimer’s, and a greater ability to make positive
changes in their lives

In this noontime webinar, you will discover the health and well-being benefits
of having a strong sense of purpose, identify your own values, and explore a
model for value-based behavior change that will allow you to live with greater
purpose.

Note: This webinar is only available at the scheduled date and time.

Instructor: Vic Strecher (PhD, MPH), has been a leader and visionary in the
fields of health and well-being for more than two decades, creating new
solutions that operate at the intersection of the science of behavior change
and advanced technology. He is a professor at the University of Michigan’s
School of Public Health and Director for Innovation and Social
Entrepreneurship, founder and CEO of Kumanu, and author of two books on purpose.

Class details are subject to change.

Apr
13
Mon
HIP WEBINAR: Improve Your Experience of Working from Home Using the Gokhale Method @ At your computer/device
Apr 13 @ 7:00 pm – 11:59 pm


Learning Gokhale Method techniques and principles in this 1-hour webinar is a
convenient way for anyone with difficulty leaving their home to access
meaningful changes to their everyday quality of life. Improving posture and
movement is one of the simplest and most powerful ways of reducing pain,
elevating mood, and improving performance. 

This webinar is only available at the scheduled date and time.

Instructors: Esther Gokhale is the creator of the Gokhale Method and the
author of “8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back.” She studied biochemistry at Harvard
and Princeton, and acupuncture at the San Francisco School of Oriental Medicine.

Class details are subject to change.

Apr
16
Thu
HIP WEBINAR: Sweet Rewards – Easy ways to Reduce Sugar and Improve Your Health @ At your computer/device
Apr 16 @ 7:00 pm – 11:59 pm


Studies show that we consume three times the recommended daily limit of added
sugar, contributing to a number of health risks including type II diabetes,
high blood pressure, abnormal cholesterol levels, obesity, and cardiovascular
disease. The good news: you can reverse these trends with simple changes to the
way you eat while still enjoying the foods you love.

Join us for this noontime webinar to discover easy ways to reduce your added
sugar intake and improve your health. You will learn the latest evidence-based
science about added sugar, debunk common sugar myths, learn how to spot sneaky
sugars in your diet, and discover simple ways to leverage fruits and vegetables
to sweeten your foods the healthy, natural way. You will also receive some
quick recipes to get you started on reducing your added sugar load. Bring your
questions and get ready to reap your sweet reward!

Note: This webinar is only available at the scheduled date and time.

Instructor: Jennifer Tyler Lee is an award-winning author and healthy eating
advocate who earned her certificate in nutrition and healthy living from
Cornell University. Her best-selling new book,Half the Sugar, All the Love, is
co-authored with Stanford pediatrician and associate professor Dr. Anisha I.
Patel and her recipes have been featured byThe Washington Post, Alice Waters,
Mark Bittman, Michael Pollan, Jamie Oliver, and Oprah.

Class details are subject to change.

Apr
20
Mon
Earth Day Future 50: A Celebration (Virtual Event) @ Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center
Apr 20 @ 8:00 pm – 11:59 pm


Please note: Due to the global health situation with COVID-19, also called the
coronavirus, this event will now be live-streamed only. You will receive more
information for the live-stream weblink after you RSVP.

Join the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment for a celebration of the
50th anniversary of Earth Day. The public is welcome to join Stanford students,
staff and faculty as we gather at the Arrillaga Alumni Center’s McCaw Hall to
hear reflections on how far we have come since the first Earth Day in 1970 and
what the next 50 years may hold for the future of the Earth. 

The program will include a panel discussion featuring Stanford alumni working
at the intersections of energy, sustainability and the environment. These
emerging leaders will return to campus to share their perspectives on progress
made and what governments, companies, academics, and private citizens can do to
give the planet and people living on it the best hope for a bright and
sustainable future.

Check back for updates as our speaker lineup is finalized and see other Earth
Week events taking place on campus at Stanford’s  Celebrating Sustainability:
Earth Day 2020

 page.

Apr
30
Thu
HIP WEBINAR: Maintaining Healthy Eyes as You Age @ At your computer/device
Apr 30 @ 7:00 pm – 11:59 pm


Every day, nearly every waking second, we depend on our eyes. As we age, we
may experience changes in our eye health and vision, from the expected loss of
near focusing known as presbyopia to more serious conditions such as cataracts,
macular degeneration, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy. Maintaining the
health of our eyes as we age is critical to our overall well-being.

Join us for this noon hour webinar to discover helpful medical and alternative
methods for protecting your eyes, lowering your risk of age-related vision
problems and eye disease, or slowing their progression if you already are
already experiencing changes.

You will learn the physiology of healthy vision and the changes that can lead
to common age-related vision problems or eye diseases, the effects of UV and
blue light on our eyes and how they can be risk factors for certain eye
diseases, and ways to protect against eye diseases by medical, environmental,
and nutritional methods.

Note: This webinar is only available at the scheduled date and time.

Instructor: Neda Moshasha, OD, has practiced primary care optometry for over
18 years. She received specialized training in glaucoma at Berkeley School of
Optometry. Dr. Moshasha is founder and owner of HMB Optometry Family Eye Care
in Half Moon Bay, CA. She takes a preventative approach when it comes to the
eye diseases caused by aging and environmental factors.

Tina Han, OD, has been a practicing optometrist for over 15 years. She
received her optometry degree from UC Berkeley School of Optometry and is
glaucoma certified. She works with Dr. Moshasha as an associate optometrist at
HMB Optometry.

Class details are subject to change.

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