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Dalai Lama offers message of mutual respect, compassion

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During his campus talks on Thursday, the Dalai Lama stressed a secular approach to compassion and his fascination with the intricate distinctions between mind and body that led him to be a founding benefactor for the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education.

Center helps teachers instruct English language learners

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Fifteen math and science teachers gathered at Stanford Wednesday to launch the Teaching English Learners Studio, a yearlong program offered by the Center for the Support of Excellence in Teaching.  The program's aim is to train teachers who work with students whose first language is not English.

Stanford Open Office Hours is back with Laura Carstensen

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Laura Carstensen, the Fairleigh S. Dickinson Jr. Professor in Public Policy, professor of psychology and founding director of the Center on Longevity, will host the next Stanford Open Office Hours. Post your questions for her in the comment thread on the university's Facebook page.

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  • Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun: Janada Clark, an independent facilitator of "Love and Logic," which offers simple techniques and strategies for dealing with the everyday challenges of parenting young children, will introduce this approach today at noon in the Escondido Village community room, 845 Escondido Rd. Today's session will be followed by a five-week series that will run every Friday through Nov. 19. For information contact the WorkLife Office at 723-2660 or by email.
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