Stanford DCI


The Stanford Distinguished Careers Institute is a yearlong residential program of personal renewal and societal engagement.

Stanford. CA
Joined February 2015


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  1. Aug 31

    Agism is a diversity factor that affects all of us, pointed out by Stanford DCI Executive Director Kathy Gillam at Stanford's

  2. Jul 4

    "Democracy is not a spectator sport." A call to action by faculty advisor, Tom Ehrlich

  3. Jun 27

    Life Journey Inspiration awardee Pritzker welcomed back to campus to share her wisdom with GSB grads.

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    Jun 23
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  5. Jun 21

    Thanks to our partners for promoting DCI's upcoming "Health & Wellness Through the Life Journey" lecture series.

  6. Jun 19

    Experience through"Health & Wellness Through the Life Journey" course - starts 6/28; open to the public.

  7. Jun 13

    Time to catch up on the latest news!

  8. Jun 8

    Thanks to for sharing the wisdom of Founder Phil Pizzo.

  9. May 23
  10. May 22

    Renewing purpose is a key component of the program.

  11. May 11

    Terrific podcast produced by DCI Fellow , Class of 2016.

  12. May 4

    ⚡️ “DCI Engages with George Shultz”

  13. May 3

    DCI Founder Philip Pizzo contributing to the conversation on Building Meaningful LIves

  14. Apr 26

    Reflections on the changing social narrative of the "traditional" life journey by DCI founder Phil Pizzo

  15. Retweeted
    Apr 26

    About 10,000 Americans turn 65 every day—and they face vexing questions, Philip Pizzo says: What next? Who am I now?

  16. Apr 3

    Happy Anniversary - 3 years and a day!

  17. Mar 23

    Moving from middle to older age is a gigantic transition. Stanford DCI uniquely addresses this passage via

  18. Mar 16
  19. Mar 7

    The program enables people to transform their lives through the lens of different diverse disciplines.

  20. Feb 28

    Everyday DCI Fellows are treated to works of art throughout the Stanford campus.

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