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Shreya Hambir

WELL for Life study explores the science behind well-being

While traditional medical research focuses on the prevention of disease, often through diet and exercise, the Stanford Research Prevention Center (SPRC) is taking a different approach to understanding well-being through their study WELL for Life, which advocates a holistic view of health.

Q&A: Dr. Lisa Post on digital mental health resources for athletes

Clinical psychologist Dr. Lisa Post, Ph.D., is conducting a study that introduces Stanford athletes to digital mental health, which aims to evaluate mental health by means of online assessments. At Stanford, Post is the head of sports medicine in psychiatry and the director of the Interpersonal Problems Clinic. She has also been the team clinician for the San Francisco 49’ers for the past nine years.

Students write their own screenplay in summer pre-collegiate course

Designed to give high school students grades eight to 11 a taste of Stanford residential life and the chance to take a three-week course of their choice, the first session of Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer (SPCS) Institute commenced on Jun. 25. One of the courses offered by the program’s writing and humanities department is Screenwriting, taught by director, screenwriter and producer William Stribling.
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