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Events for University Students
- Sun, Jul 09Harvard University’s CGIS Knafel BldgA seminar on technology and politics.
- Open to students and young professionalsZephyr InstituteWork better, live better
- Sat, May 27Palo Alto, CAAn intellectual retreat for Stanford students on the nature, origin, and aims of liberalism with Michael Hanby and D.C. Schindler
- Multiple DatesMon, May 08Zoom link to be sent to registrantsA virtual reading group for Stanford undergraduates and recent alumni led by Annika Nordquist
- Thu, May 04Zephyr InstituteA Zephyr Salon on the attraction to academic life, particularly in the sciences with Prof. Karl van Bibber (UC Berkeley) for Stanford students and recent alumni
- Multiple DatesWed, May 03Zephyr InstituteA dinner reading group for Stanford and Silicon Valley community members led by Patricio A. Fernandez
- Multiple DatesThu, Apr 20Zoom link to be sent to registrantsA virtual reading group for Stanford undergraduates and recent alumni led by Annika Nordquist
- Wed, Apr 05Zephyr InstituteFilm Screening with Q and A after with Filmmaker Jennifer Lahl
- Fri, Mar 24Palo AltoAn intellectual retreat about the biggest political scandal of the Twentieth Century with Dwight Lee Chapin, Luke A. Nichter, and Geoff Shepard
- Sun, Nov 06To be sent to participantsA Colloquium for faculty and students
- Sat, Nov 05To be sent to participants
- Sat, Oct 22Stanford UniversityThis fellowship is open to undergraduate students at Stanford University. The deadline for applications to the Fall Term Fellowship is Friday, September 30th. The Fall 2022 seminar will be on October 22 and will be led by Peter Berkowitz (Hoover Institution, Stanford University).
- Wed, Oct 19Zephyr InstituteA Zephyr salon on Stanford's new social order with Ginevra Davis (Palladium Magazine)
- Fri, Oct 14Palo Alto venue to be sent to registrantsThis is a Zephyr salon with Scott W. Atlas in conversation with Aaron Kheriaty
- Mon, Oct 10Zephyr InstituteA seminar on 'The Godfather' Films with Titus Techera (American Cinema Foundation)
- Thu, Jul 28Holy Cross Center, BerkeleyIn this colloquium, we will focus on the newly-published collection of Lefebvre’s essays, “On the Rural: Economy, Sociology, Geography.”
- Sun, Jul 03Sheraton Palo Alto HotelAn immersive weeklong seminar for undergraduates, graduate students, and young professionals on the essence of technology and life in a technological society. Co-hosted by the Stanford Civics Initiative and the Zephyr Institute.
- Fri, Jul 01Zephyr InstituteA dinner reading group on Dostoyevsky's 'The Grand Inquisitor' for students and professionals in the Bay Area.
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