While CS 106A: Introductory Programming may be Stanford’s most popular class, BIO 150: Human Behavioral Biology, a class taught by Professor of Biology Robert Sapolsky, may be close behind.
Television journalist Tom Brokaw moderated the fifth Roundtable at Stanford on Saturday, guiding a panel of six leaders in a talk titled, “Generation Ageless: Longevity and the Boomers.”
University President John Hennessy and former NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw are set to host a roundtable entitled “Generation Ageless: Longevity and the Boomers, Consequences for our World and Ourselves” on Saturday at Maples Pavilion. The roundtable will be held in collaboration with Stanford Reunion Homecoming’s other weekend programming.
What to do with Searsville Dam?… Ken Frier named CIO… Condi joins GSB… Gerhart signs with Vikings… Admission interviews move to Washington… AlertSU eyes social media… Princeton Review rankings are out… Agriculture helped slow carbon emissions?… Sapolsky tackles stress… Course reg opens… Bill Lane passes… Stanford news from around the Web for Monday, Aug. 2, 2010.
The patient child has already learned to suppress his impulse for immediate gratification, opening up many doors for him later in life. The impatient child’s will, on the other hand, is like the marshmallow he has such trouble resisting: soft, yielding, insubstantial…
The disregard with which the writers of this show throw couples together in one-night-stands directly contradicts the protracted artifice of courtship and trial-and-error established in the first season.