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What makes a workplace stressful?

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Jeffrey Pfeffer, professor of organizational behavior in the Graduate School of Business, answers BeWell's questions about stress in the workplace — explaining why it is in the best interest of the individual and the organization to have a healthy work arrangement.

Thinking twice about global boundaries

As societies become more globalized, how important will boundaries be? Charlotte Elisheva Fonrobert, associate professor of religious studies, and Byron Bland, associate director of the Stanford Center on International Conflict and Negotiation, address the question for the latest edition of Thinking Twice. The essays are available on the Human Experience website.

Tiger Woods named honorary captain for Big Game

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Tiger Woods, winner of 14 major golf championships and the top-ranked player in the world, will serve as Stanford's honorary captain for Saturday's Big Game against the Cal Bears, head coach Jim Harbaugh announced Monday. Woods also will be inducted into Stanford's Athletics Hall of Fame during halftime.

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  • Crime Alert: An AlertSU email notification was sent to the campus community Monday night after a prowler was seen peeking into a shower stall in Branner Hall. The Department of Public Safety is encouraging anyone with information about this incident to contact them immediately at (650) 723-9633.
  • Still undefeated: The Women's Soccer team will face Bay Area rival Santa Clara in the third round NCAA tournament game Friday, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. Get your tickets now.
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A Big Game tailgate party in Tokyo . . . WINSLOW BRIGGS to receive an award for contributions to science and an imperial gift from the emperor of Japan . . .

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