Humbio Emeritus Dr. David A. Hamburg's documentary "Preventing Genocide" featured in Stanford Digital Collections

Completed and donated to Stanford this year (2009), the archive "contains the final documentary produced by David Hamburg and his son, as well as twenty-nine videotaped interviews with world leaders in the prevention of mass violence, which were used as source material for the film." Now you can view it online.

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Ethics and Society Event: Panel on Health Care Reform

Tuesday October 13: 7pm-8:30pm, Tressider Oak East "In the richest country in the world, approximately 45 million people –about 1 in 6 Americans –lack health insurance..." Chair: Don Barr, Associate Professor of Pediatrics Health Care Reform Panel: Hal Luft, Director, Palo Alto Medical Foundation Research Institute

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Humbio Fall Events

Bryant Terry (Eco Chef): Thursday, Oct. 8 from 7-8:30 p.m. in Annenberg Auditorium Lecture entitled, “Redefining Soul Food: Politics & Pleasures of Food & Eating in the Black Communities” Co-sponsored by Ethics in Society, and African & African American Studies The Origin Cycle: Thursday, Oct. 8 from 8:00 p.m. in Braun Music Center, Campbell Recital Hall New musical settings of texts selected from Darwin’s, On the Origin of Species. Reserve your FREE tickets @ 725-2787

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National Award Winners draft

We offer our heartiest congratulations to students and alumni who have won National Awards! We also congratulate the many enthusiastic Hum Bio students who do a wealth of great projects each year! You make Hum Bio a great program! "Thank you very much! I owe every one of my accomplishments to the Program in Human Biology. I couldn't have succeeded at this school without the encouraging and highly-qualified instructors and staff! I truly LOVE our program." - Liz Kwo

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sample alumni homepage

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HBREX Posters Session




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Fatima Hassan in the NYTimes: Documenting Brutalities in a Changing World

1991 Somali revolution survivor and graduate from the Program in Human Biology tells her story in the New York Times

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Tom McFadden wins Judges Award for his Synaptic Cleft Video

At "I [had] been making similar hip-hop parodies throughout the year," McFadden says. This time inspiration struck during the unit on neuroscience for a Human Biology class for which he was a teacher's assistant...

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