Our World Needs More

In Practice and Passion: Alumni Lives of Public Service, Stanford graduates share how public service leadership at Stanford shaped their careers. Here is their view of what the world needs. Produced, directed, and filmed by Monica Lam '96. (:25)

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Thinking Like a Designer and Serving the Community

Haas Summer Fellow Karen Ladenheim '13 (Product Design) discusses Zap! Camp, a design thinking camp for high school students. (2:09)

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The 25th Anniversary Video: Practice and Passion

In Practice and Passion: Alumni Lives of Public Service, Stanford graduates share how public service leadership at Stanford shaped their careers. Produced, directed, and filmed by Monica Lam '96. (24:42)

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Chapter 5: Shaping Environments

In the fifth and final chapter of Practice and Passion: Alumni Lives of Public Service, Stanford graduates Esther Conrad '95 and Roopal Mehta Saran '94 showcase how public service leadership at Stanford shaped careers with IRC Earth Institute at Columbia University and KaBOOM. Produced, directed, and filmed by Monica Lam '96. (5:14)

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Chapter 4: Empowering Community

In the fourth chapter of Practice and Passion: Alumni Lives of Public Service, Stanford graduates Rich Stolz '96 and Andy Frisch '87 showcase how public service leadership at Stanford shaped public interest careers with Reform Immigration FOR American and Kainos Home and Training Center. Produced, directed, and filmed by Monica Lam '96. (4:53)

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Chapter 3: Improving Health

In the third chapter of Practice and Passion: Alumni Lives of Public Service, Stanford graduates Henry Epino '96 and Srija Srinivasan '90 showcase how public service leadership at Stanford shaped health careers with Partners in Health in Rwanda and San Mateo County Health System. Produced, directed, and filmed by Monica Lam '96. (4:53)

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Chapter 2: Defending Rights

In the second chapter of Practice and Passion: Alumni Lives of Public Service, Stanford graduates Abdi Soltani '95 and Catherine Amirfar '95 showcase how public service leadership at Stanford shaped human rights careers with the ACLU of Northern California and Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP. Produced, directed, and filmed by Monica Lam '96. (5:16)

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Debra Satz and Rob Reich discuss Hope House

A luncheon audience at the Garden Court Hotel in Palo Alto is entertained, charmed by the teaching experiences of Associate Professor Ron Reich (Political Science) and Professor Debra Satz (Philosophy). In accepting the Miriam Aaron Roland Volunteer Service Prize, the two told of teaching in the real-world environment of Hope House where their students asked challenging questions. Hope House pairs faculty members with undergraduate teaching assistants who offer liberal arts courses to residents of a drug and alcohol treatment facility for women in Redwood City.

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Perspectives in Assistive Technology

Engineers Helping People With Disabilities

The Haas Center is proud to support lecturer David L. Jaffe's Engineering 110/210: Perspectives in Assistive Technology, a class that explores the design, development, and use of technology for people with disabilities. Students create a prototype of a product that offers a solution to a community-identified problem. Hear from students and community members about some of their projects. (1:48)

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Upward Bounce

On March 7, 2010, Pablo Aguilera, '07, a longtime advocate of multiple schools programs at the Haas Center, attempted to break a Guinness World Record by running the Napa Valley Marathon while dribbling a basketball in under 3 hours, 48 minutes, and 23 seconds. (2:08)

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