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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

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Getting to know you: KGB surveillance in the USSR

With new access to KGB files, Amir Weiner explores the difference between KGB "mind control" techniques and Western domestic surveillance in the upcoming Getting to Know You: Domestic Surveillance in the USSR.

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GSB research says middle managers key to productivity

Middle managers don't get lots of respect in the workplace. But a new study from GSB researchers, including Edward Lazear, suggests that front-line supervisors are far more important than many have thought.

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Roundtable discusses brain science in the 21st century

ABC journalist Bob Woodruff, injured while covering the war in Iraq, is among this year's Stanford Roundtable panelists. Woodruff and others will discuss brain science in the 21st century on Saturday at 9:30 a.m. in Maples Pavilion. It's free.

Campus Announcements

  • Rising Environmental Leaders Program: The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment is encouraging applications from graduate students and post-doctoral scholars whose research focuses on the environment for the Rising Environmental Leaders Program. Preference is given to applicants affiliated with the Woods Institute. The program helps develop leadership, communications and strategic-thinking skills and provides guidance on using those skills for environmental problem-solving. Visit the website.
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Meet members of the FLU CREW. Now, just roll up your sleeve. Trust us, it won't hurt a bit.....

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