Guide to the Stanford University, News and Publication Service, Audiovisual Recordings

Daniel Hartwig & Jenny Johnson
Stanford University Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives.
Stanford, California
October 2012
Copyright © 2013 The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University. All rights reserved.


Overview

Call Number: SC1125
Creator: Stanford University. News and Publications Service
Title: Stanford University, News and Publication Service, audiovisual recordings
Dates: 1936-2011
Physical Description: 63 Linear feet and 17.4 gigabytes
Language(s): The materials are in English.
Repository: Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives.
Stanford University Libraries.
557 Escondido Mall
Stanford, CA 94305-6064
Email: speccollref@stanford.edu
Phone: (650) 725-1022
URL: http://library.stanford.edu/spc

Administrative Information

Information about Access

The materials are open for research use. Audio-visual materials are not available in original format, and must be reformatted to a digital use copy.

Ownership & Copyright

All requests to reproduce, publish, quote from, or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, California 94305-6064. Consent is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission from the copyright owner. Such permission must be obtained from the copyright owner, heir(s) or assigns. See: http://library.stanford.edu/depts/spc/pubserv/permissions.html.
Restrictions also apply to digital representations of the original materials. Use of digital files is restricted to research and educational purposes.

Cite As

[identification of item], Stanford University, News and Publication Service, Audiovisual Recordings (SC1125). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

Access Terms

Audiotapes.
Stanford University--Administration.
Stanford University--History.
Universities and colleges--Administration.
Videorecordings.


Collection Contents

 

Series 1 Audiorecordings circa 1971-2001

Box 1

1 Kennedy, Donald inauguration 1980 Oct

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

2 Faculty Senate (CR) 1980 Oct 16

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

3 Faculty Senate, Abel, El (Director of Tresidder), speech re: UNESCO-McBride Comm. (NR) 1980 Nov 13

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

4 Hufstader, Shirley (Sec. of Education) talk at Law School 1980 Oct 31

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

5 Kennedy, Donald. "Black presence at Stanford" (NR,CRp.1) 1980 Nov 20

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

6 US-East Asia forum, Japan relations in Silicon Valley (John Lewis et al) 1980 Nov 13

Physical Description: 2 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

7 US-East Asia forum, Japan relations in Silicon Valley (John Lewis et al) 1980 Nov 13

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

8 Royden, Halsey (CR) 1981 Jan 12

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

9 Freshman orientation (Keohane) 1980 Sept 26

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

10 Panel on Poland (Wayne Vucinich)

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

11 Parents Day 1980

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

12 Shaw, Ed (CIT)

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

13 Lyman-Clive Cooksen (London Times article on Higher Education) 1980 June 9

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

14 Faculty Senate 1980 Oct 2

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

15 Boskin, Michael (economics) to GSB Alumni (text on file)

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

16 Cannon, Robert on Einstein Project (Observer, spring '80); Quate, Calvin on acostic microscope

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

17 Franklin, H. Bruce; Brown, Robert M, before occupation of placement center 1972 May 9

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

18 Franklin, H. Bruce, demonstration 1972 Jan 24

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

19 Harris, David, on draft, White Plaza (NR) 1980 Jan 24

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

20 Fagan, Richard on El Salvador and Nicaragua (NR)

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

21 KSZU Interview with Lyman, Richard W. 1980 Jan 25

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

22 Stanford Committee on Investment Policy. R. Lyman on investment in South Africa

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

23 Kidnapped students (Africa)

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

24 Lyman, Richard W. interview by Mary Madison, Times Tribune 1979 Fall

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

25 Return from Anapurna (NR) in McCarthy file 1978 Oct 27

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

26 Lyman, Richard W. interview by Bill Tromblay, L.A. Times 1976 Dec

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

27 Lyman, Richard W. interview re: protests 1972 Jan 18

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

28 Franklin, H. Bruce rally (?) press conference re: word from advisory committee 1972 Jan 5

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

29 Stanford Committee on Investment Policy 1977 Nov 28

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

30 Lyman, Richard W. interview 1980 Jan 27

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

31 Lyman, Richard W. interview on KZSU 1974 Jan 8

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

32 Lyman, Richard W. interview on KZSU 1974 Apr 21

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

33 Demonstration at Placement Center 1972 Nov 12 (1973 Jan 18?)

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

34 Dolly, John, arrest outside of GSB 1972 Feb 5

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

35 Lyman, Richard W. interview on KZSU 1976 Jan 26

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 1

36 Stanford Lives for Radical Change statement re: recombanant DNA Cambridge, Mass. City council statement to Stanford Comm. on Bio. Hazards

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

37 Rally for the "Stanford Indian," with Williams, Timm as main speaker; includes comments of native american students and Ziebell, Larry of Palo Alto

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

38 Kennedy, Donald and Lyman, Richard W. following trustee meeting, following Kennedy's selection as president. Includes informal questions from reporters. (CR) spring 1980

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

39 Black Liberation Month Panel (NR 1-28-81; 2-6-81) 1981 Feb 5

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

40 Women in Management Panel, CR 2-4-81, p.13) Levin, Henry (Institute for Research in Ed'l finance & gov't) (CR 2-4-8l,p.14) 1981 Jan 31

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

41 Meyer, John (prof. of sociology; Institute for Research in Ed'l finance & gov't) re: education (CR, 2-4-81 p. 14) 1981 Feb 4

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

42 Atkin, Myron J. (Dean, education) re: education (CR 2-4-81, p.1) 1981 Feb 4

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

43 Beyers, Bob (Director, News Service) re: Hubert Humphrey incident, 1966 1981 Feb

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

44 Terman, Frederick E., interview with Bob Beyers (Tape 1) 1973 Oct 31

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

45 Terman, Frederick E., interview with Bob Beyers (Tape 2) 1973 Oct 31

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

46 Falcon, Walter P. (Director and professor, FRI) talk to Stanford Library Associates 1981 Feb 15

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

47 Los Angeles Conference: Paul Berg re: DNA (CR 3-11-81; 3-18-81) 1981 March

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

48 Los Angeles Conference: Ralph Smith re: microelectronics

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

49 Los Angeles Conference: Don Kennedy re: general outlook for the university

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

50 Friedman, Milton re: USSR and China (NR 3-9-81) 1981 Mar 9

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

51 Tannenbaum, Marc H., Baccalaureate speaker 1980 Jun

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

52 Lyman, Richard W. interview on KZSU (CR 5-21-80) 1980 May 21

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

53 Faculty Senate; primarily tributes to President Richard Lyman (CR 6-19-80) 1980 Jun 12

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

54 Protest against President Carter's visit to Portola Valley (CR 7-9-80,p.1) 1981 Jul 3

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

55 McPherson, Rene C. (Dean, GSB) (NR, 7-16-80) 1980 Jul 16

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

56 Kennedy, Donald, interview on KZSU (NR, 8-60-80) 1980 Aug 5

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

57 Clark, Ed (Libertarian candidate for president), at Stanford 1980 Jul 4

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

58 Lyman, Richard W. interview by Cynthia Parsons, Christian Science Monitor 1980 Spring

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

59 Class Day speakers, commencement 1980 Jun

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

60 Anderson, John (Independent candidate for president), at Stanford (NR, 4-9-80) 1980 Apr 8

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

61 Commencement 1979

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

62 Class Day 1979

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

63 Dedication, Green Library 1981 April

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

64 Committee on Research (TAPE ONE OF TWO) 1981 Mar 11

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

65 Committee on Research (TAPE TWO OF TWO) 1981 Mar 11

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

66 Interview with Lyman, Richard W. by San Jose Mercury 1979 December

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

67 Kennedy, Donald addressing alumni, San Francisco, con't Faculty Senate meeting 1981 Apr 29-30

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

68 Anderson, John interview (at home, Stanford press conference) re: assassination attempt of Reagan, Alexander Haig, possible third party formation. Donald Lunde re: assassinations (poor recording) 1981 Apr 1

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

69 Campbell, Glenn (30 minutes) and Freedman, Milton 1980 Oct 29

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

70 Arthur Schawlow's press conference re: winning nobel prize, 1981

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

71 Teller, Edward- Drell, Sidney debate (Branner Hall) CR 1-20-82 1982 Jan 14

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 2

72 Commencement 1981

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

73 Class Day 1981

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

74 History Corner restoration dedication 1980 Feb 8

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

75 Seeley Mudd Bldg. dedication 1977 Mar 11

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

76 Green Library groundbreaking 1977 Feb 8

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

77-78 Investment Policy: Panel on South Africa, Cubberley Aud. 1977 Mar 7

Physical Description: 2 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

79-80 Investment Policy: Forum, Cubberley Aud. 1977 Apr 6

Physical Description: 2 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

81 Progressive Student Conference; I.F. Stone re: Reagan 1982 Mar 6

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

82 Panel on research (with C. Djerassi, D. Kennedy, Wm Smith) Universities, industries and graduate education 1982 Apr 26

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

83 Diaconis, Persi (CR 7-14-82) 1982 Jul 9

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

84 Kennedy, Hastorf at Stanford volunteer Program 1982 Sept 13

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

85 Class day, Cecil Green talk, Green Library 1982 Jun 14

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

86 Baccalaureate sermon 1982 June

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

87 Faculty Senate 1982 Sept 28

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

88 Parents Day 1982 Sept 23

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

89 Faculty Senate 1982 Dec 2

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

90 Faculty Senate CIT 1983 Jan 6

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

91 Huff, Robt. Financial Aid 1982 Dec 9

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

92 Pauling, Linus on peace 1983 Mar 15

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

93 A. Re: Eliz visit, Jeanna K.; GLAS Conference w/Univ. Attorneys on Scholarship Offer 1983 Feb 23

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

94 Boskin; Proctor 1983 Jan 12-13

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

95 McCarthy, Grads in common; Knight, Andrew CEPR 1983

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

96 Fuller, Karmen III retirement 1983

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

97 Rehab R&D outer, director Prof . Larry Leifer CR 2-9-83 1983 Feb 9

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

98 Barchas, Samuel C. 1981?

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

99 Comm on research hearing 1982 Spring?

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

100 Forsythe Bldg. ground breaking 1989 Jan 14

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

101 CIS Bldg ground breaking, Rich. De Laver CR 1983?

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

102 Tobin. endowed prof. lecture n.d. (CR)

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

103 25th Anniv. Of Soc. @ SU 1982?

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

104 Simon, Herb. SU Press book 1982 Feb 11

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

105 Weinbager, Casper Demoshahai 1982 Mar 14

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

106 Roth, Barnie NoCal Sci writers conf. (CR) 1982 Aug 11

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 3

107 Hofstedler, Shirley. Talk to law students. 1982 Mar

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

108 Jahns, Richard. LA conference; Esslin, Kennedy 1983 Mar 7

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

109 Zimbardo, Phillip G., student stress panel 1982 Apr

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

110 Majano, Salvadorian refugee talks re El S. (no CR) 1982 May 5

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

111 C Econ. Res. Panel. Baker, H; Arrow, K; M. Friedman 1983 Mar 14

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

112 KZSU/Kennedy 1982 May 26

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

113 Kennedy, David to frosh 1982 Sep 24

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

114 Massy on USW w/students Academic Council 1982 Oct 8

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

115 Baratz, Michael (union leader) USW after strikes 1982 Oct 8

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

116 Japan Panel Dan Okamoto re: Japanese challenge CR 1982 Dec 2

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

117 Mosher, Steven press conf. & Barnett w/reporters

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

118 Mosher & Barnett, choir anthro 1983 Feb 24

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

120 Mosher 1983 Feb 25

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

121 Mosher 60 Minutes 1983 June 12

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

122 Barnett 60 Minutes 1983 Mar 1

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

123 Mosher, Today Show; Faculty Senate 1983 Mar 7

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

124 LA conference - Pascal, B; Bunzel 1983 Mar 7

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

125 Hutchinson, Eric 1982 Apr 1

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

126 Profs. In performance 1983 Apr

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

127 Lewis, John, Campus Report 1983 Apr 27

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

128 SSRL Demonstration; Wood, Panofsky--Arms Control 1983 Ap-May

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

129 Panofsky, Wolfgang K.H. - Wood debate; Shultz demonstration 1983 May 4

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

130 Levin, Hauk 1FG interview; Kirst, Michael 1983 May

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

131 Mnookin. Alumni conference; Shulman, Lees 1983 May 14

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

132 Arms Protest 1983 June 1

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

133 Class Day (Kennedy?) 1983 June 11

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

134 Carter, Jimmy. Visit. 1983 Jul 15

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

135 Student Senate debate Req. lib; Faculty Senate 1983 Oct 25-27

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

136 Kennedy, Donald. KZSU 1983 Nov

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

137 Smith, Charles. C for Lang Inst. ND Undated

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

138 Reaganville. Cecil Williams/Kirst. 1982 May 8?

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

139 Galbraith. Conf? Entrepreneur Conf. Howard Head CR 1982 Apr 2

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

140 Jobs, Steve. Entrepreneur Conf. #2 1982 Apr 3

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

141 McKim, Robert; Vesper; Prowie. Entrepreneur #3 1982 Apr 3

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

142 Faculty Senate 1982 Feb 4

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 4

143 Faculty Senate 1982 Mar 4

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

144 Faculty Senate 1982 Apr 1

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

145 Faculty Senate 1981 Apr 29

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

146 Faculty Senate Library RLG 1982 May 13

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

147 Faculty Senate Undergrad. Ed. 1982 May 27

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

148 Faculty Senate 1982 Oct 14

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

149 Faculty Senate CR Wessels 1983 Apr 24

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

150 Faculty Senate CR Wessels 1983 May 12

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

151 Faculty Senate; Hoover Debate 1983 May

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

152 Faculty Senate 1983 Sept 29

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

153 Faculty Senate 1983 Oct 13

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

154 Faculty Senate 1983 Nov

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

155 Faculty Senate 1983 Dec 1

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

156 Pajaro Dunes #7 & #8 Undated

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

157 Chinese delegations, CIS building 1985 Jul 28

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

158 Fall Convocation, Gibbs, Lyons, Thayer, et al 1985 Sept 22

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

159 Parents Day/ J. Rosse 1982

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

160 Allamandola, Louis 2001 Mar 13

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

161 Cialdini, Robert 2001 Feb 28

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

162 Carson, Clayborne 2000 Jan 8

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

163 Freccero, John 2001 Feb 12

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

164 Gilmore, Dan Apr 18

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

165 Kim, Stuart 2001 Jan 5

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

166 Perry, John 2001 Mar 8

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

167 Rakove, Jack 2001 Nov 7

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

168 Sullivan, Evelin 2000 Nov 6

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 5

169 Sapolsky, Robert 2001 Mar 14

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 6

170-171 Music Search for Stanford Museum Opening 1998 Dec 1

Physical Description: 2 audiocassette(s)
Box 6

03-0604-2 Fasting Protest/Gordon Earle; KPFA Evening News, KPFA FM San Francisco 6-7PM 2003 Jun 4

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 6

04-0110-1 Lewis, John; All Things Considered, National Public Radion, 5-6PM 2994 Jan 10

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 6

04-0413-2 Google, Morning Edition, National Public Radio, 6-7AM; Morning Edition, National Public Radion, 6-7AM 2004 Apr 13, 15

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 6

04-0520-1 Sea of Cortez, Morning Edition, National Public Radio, 7-8AM 2004 May 20-21

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 6

172 Exxon Mobile, Morning Drive Time, KGO-AM (ABC), San Francisco, 6-7AM 2002 Nov 20

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 6

173 Exxon Mobile, Business for Breakfast, KKZN-AM, Denver, 9-10AM 2002 Nov 21

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
Box 6

174 Exxon Mobile, Business News at Noon, KRLD-AM (CBS), Dallas, 12PM 2002 Nov 20

Physical Description: 1 audiocassette(s)
 

Series 2 Videorecordings 1936-2011

Box 1

36-0101-1 Rose Bowl, 1936, Stanford vs. Southern Methodist University 1936 Jan 1

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:00
Black and White/ Silent, highlights of the Rose Bowl Game from 1936. Tape includes a shot list/ work order for the tape. The footage is from the Tournament of Roses. It was transferred from U-Matic on April 14, 1988. The notes state there are focus problems. The game is notable for being the first Rose Bowl to sell out all seats.
Box 1

93-0520 Stanford Campus Views 1993 May 20

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

STANFORD CAMPUS VIEWS 1993: Seminar Cubberley Kresge Econ Bio Labs Gilbert
Box 1

94-1018-7 GPS Press Conference (13) 10/18/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

[This is likely related to the GPS landing system for planes through the Integrity Beacon. Tape is labeled as 13.]
Box 1

94-1018-9 Stanford GPS, Graphics & Animation, Dub 10/18/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

It contains animation about the test using the Global Positioning Satellite System (GPS) to land planes.
Box 1

94-1100-1 GPS integrity Beacon Landing system 11/00/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:10:00
Animation Graphic; Exterior Landing; Cockpit Camera; Antennas; Circuit Boards; Ground Researchers; Sound Bites; About the launch of the Integrity Beacon. It uses GPS to help with traffic control and the landing of planes. Stanford's Integrity Beacon Landing System uses ground-based pseudo-satellite transmitters known as Integrity Beacons to resolve carrier phase ambiguities on final approach, giving IBLS both high integrity and centimeter-level accuracy.
Box 1

94-1205-1a Gravity Probe B, #1, Bardas, Original 12/05/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Gravity Probe B was designed to measure two key predictions of Einstein's general theory of relativity by monitoring the orientations of ultra-sensitive gyroscopes relative to a distant guide star. Doron Bardas description of on-going work, Interview.
Box 1

94-1205-1b Gravity Probe B, #2, Original 12/05/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Gravity Probe B was designed to measure two key predictions of Einstein's general theory of relativity by monitoring the orientations of ultra-sensitive gyroscopes relative to a distant guide star.
Box 1

94-1206-1 Gravity Probe B, #3, Original 12/06/1994 - 12/07/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Gravity Probe B was designed to measure two key predictions of Einstein's general theory of relativity by monitoring the orientations of ultra-sensitive gyroscopes relative to a distant guide star.
Box 1

94-1209-1 Gravity Probe B, #6, Original 12/09/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Gravity Probe B was designed to measure two key predictions of Einstein's general theory of relativity by monitoring the orientations of ultra-sensitive gyroscopes relative to a distant guide star. Doron Bardas Interview, outside window.
Box 1

94-1221-1 Pac 10 institutional spot 12/21/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Company reel
Box 1

95-0000-4 Stanford Promo 1995, Gail Mahood, Master 1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford promotional video from 1995 It contains a geology class with Gail Mahood, geology professor and various campus shots.
Box 1

95-0420-1 Interviews with Nordson, Schmidt, Birrell, Dahan 04/20/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

INTERVIEWS WITH BILL NADAR NORDSON 1995 GLEN SCHMIDT DIANA BIRRELL ELY DAHAN B-roll
Box 1

95-0420-2 Lynn Utter, President GSB, Alumni Association Interview, John Browne 04/20/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

LYNNE UTTER President S.U. GSB Alumni Association interview John Browne, British Petroleum
Box 1

95-0421-1 Incoming Student Pizza Party 04/21/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Incoming Student Pizza Party 1995 Entertainment with Comedy Troupe; Party with band, cheerleaders; Impromptu student interviews; 00:25 Wide shot of hallways, full Quad; 00:48 Wide shot ivory tower, pan right to shot of full Quad and hallways; 01:08 Wide shot of tables, pizza boxes; 01:11 Camera follows students past table, medium shot; 01:18 Static shot pizza boxes; 01:30 Medium shot student next to sculpture; 01:40 Close up student, quickly followed by close-up sculpture; 01:50 Camera zooms over quad; 01:58 Medium three-shot of men, another man joins them; 02:03 Pan left onto group of students; 02:11 Wide shot Quad and three men; 02:20 Camera wide on Quad from archway; 02:24 Camera pans left to show other side of Quad; 02:30 Medium two-shot of students; 02:36 Wide shot Quad; 02:41 Medium shots of students, pans right over them; 03:04 Medium three-shot of students; 03:10 Camera pans right on students; 03:16 Medium three-shot of students; 03:27 Medium shot of student in hat; 03:40 Pan left over pizza boxes; 03:52 Wide shot of Quad; 04:02 Camera zooms in on students from above, student heads; 04:17 Zooms out; 04:21 Zooms in on student in wheelchair, zooms out to show sea of students; 04:33 Cut to performance. Medium shot on students watching performance; 04:52 Zoom out to show performance; 04:58 Zoom in on students, zoom out over full Quad; 05:20 Camera pans left over students performing. Pan right, follows performer; 05:38 Medium shot of performer; 05:54 Camera pans back left over other performers; 06:02 Pan left over students watching, wide shot; 06:14 Close-ups of students watching; 06:34 Camera out of focus; 06:42 Medium shot performer from ground; 07:00 Medium three-shot of performers; 07:10 Pan right over students, medium shot; 07:12 Wide shot, sun and sky; 07:22 Medium shot, performer; 07:30 Pan right, medium shot of students; 07:35 Pan left, medium shot of performer; 07:42 Zoom in over performer's shoulder, wide shot on the crowd; 08:00 Wide shots, performance; 08;16 Close up of student in audience; 08:30 Medium shot, performers; 08:45 Close up of student; 08:56 Wide shots, Quad and band; 09:08 Camera circles Quad with performer; 09:20 Wide shots of Quad and crowd; 09:26 Wide shot of band; 09:37 Wide shot of Quad and crowd; 09:50 Close up of band member; 10:11 close-up of band member; 10:24 Wide shots of Quad and crowd; 10:32 Medium shot of band; 10:55 Camera out of focus; 11:02 Medium shot of band, music is blurry during these next shots; 11:38 Close up trumpet; 11:53 Close-ups of band members from ground; 12:15 Wide shot, sky; 12:20 Camera pans wide over Quad and crowd; 12:37 Camera walks straight around Quad; 12:54 Medium shot dancing tree and dancers; 13:12 Medium shot students; 13:26 Medium shot, student with Pepsi; 13:36 Zoom out; 13:40 Close-ups of students; 13:58 Zoom out, pan over Quad; 14:00 Pans over dancing tree, medium shots of other cameramen; 14:44 Medium shot, dancing tree and students; 14:57 Wide shot of Quad; 15:00 Medium shot of students; 15:14 Wide shot of Quad and crowd; 15:21 Zoom in dancing tree and cheerleaders, medium shot; 15:31 Zoom out on Quad, zoom in on students; 15:53 Medium three shot, backs of band players; 16:07 Zoom out, wide shot of Quad; 16:08 Medium shot, cheerleaders; 16;14 Medium shot, band; 16:39 Medium shot, drummers; 16:43 Zoom out, medium shot Quad and crowd; 16:54 Close up, sculpture's hand; 16:58 Zoom out, medium shot sculpture with band in background; 17:08 Close up, sculpture's face; 17:11 Wide shot, drummers; 17;23 Close up, drum; 17:29 Pan upwards, close-up drummer; 17;32 Pan down, close-up drum; 17:39 Pan upwards, close-up drummer; 17:48 Pan left, close-up through drums; 18:04 Upside down, medium shot at band; 18:07 Medium shot, saxophone players; 18:24 Pan right, then left to other players; 18:43 Medium shot, students in hat; 18:52 Medium shot, watch interviewers with student; 19:11 Close up student; 19:27 Zoom out; 19:35 Medium look at Quad and crowd; 19:50 Medium with students; 20:01 Camera follows student dressed in black through crowd, he goes off screen; 20:18 Medium shots of students on Quad; 20:30 Pan left on students; 20:44 Zoom in on two girls; 20:50 Pan left on other students; 21:03 Close up on girl; 21:07 Zoom out on students; 21:15 Close up on Memorial Court sign; 21:20 Zoom out on students; 21:25 Close up on pizza; 21:33 Zoom out, medium shot of people getting pizza; 21:47 Pan left on people getting pizza; 22:07 Pan right on students talking; 22:17 Close up student talking; 22:23 Medium shot of student on ground; 22:41 Pan left, wide shot of other students; 22:53 Medium shots of students talking; 23:07 Close up on student; 23:20 Pan left, close-up on other student; 23:44 Pan left, close-up on other student; 23:51 Wide shot, church top and archways in front; 23:58 Zoom down onto students in quad; 24:13 Zoom out; 24:18 Wide shot of church top and archways in front; 24:29 Zoom out onto students; 24:38 Wide shot students passing and talking; 24:53 Wide shot of Quad; 24:55 Wide shot of ivory tower in background, lamppost in foreground; 25:15 Wide shot of Quad and archways, students coming down stairs; END
Box 1

95-0510-1a Earthquake test cam A 05/10/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Earthquake shake
Box 1

95-0510-1b Earthquake test cam B 05/10/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)
Box 1

95-0516-1 Bruce Atwater Tribute 05/16/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Bruce Atwater Tribute 1995 A. Michael Spence, dean, GSB. Bruce Atwater served as chairman and CEO of General Mills Inc. from 1981 to 1994 after beginning his career there in 1958. He has served on the boards of numerous businesses and educational and cultural institutions, including Princeton University, the Walker Art Center, and the Mayo Foundation. He holds a bachelor's degree from Princeton University and a master's from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
Box 1

95-0518-2 GSB Distinguished Teacher of the Year - Tape #2 05/18/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Graduate School of Business Distinguished Teacher of the Year ceremony
Box 1

95-0518-3a Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource (SSRL), SLAC, Original 05/18/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

The Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource, a division of SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, is an Office of Science User Facility operated for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science by Stanford University. SSRL provides synchrotron radiation, a name given to x-rays or light produced by electrons circulating in a storage ring at nearly the speed of light.
Box 1

95-0518-3b Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource (SSRL), SLAC, Original 05/18/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

The Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource, a division of SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, is an Office of Science User Facility operated for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science by Stanford University. SSRL provides synchrotron radiation, a name given to x-rays or light produced by electrons circulating in a storage ring at nearly the speed of light.
Box 1

95-0518-3c Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource (SSRL), SLAC, Original 05/18/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

The Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource, a division of SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, is an Office of Science User Facility operated for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science by Stanford University. SSRL provides synchrotron radiation, a name given to x-rays or light produced by electrons circulating in a storage ring at nearly the speed of light.
Box 1

95-0522-1 GSB - Hallways, lockers, students (14) 05/22/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Graduate School of Business Hallways, lockers, students; Class changes
Box 1

95-0524-1 SLAC, Exteriors, Interiors, Original 05/24/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Collider Hall, N Station A, Exteriors and Interiors
Box 1

95-0524-2a SLAC, Tape 1 05/24/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Linear Accelerator / Klystron Gallery Exteriors / Interiors; Hillside shots; Collider Hall exterior; Model / control room
Box 1

95-0524-2b SLAC, Collider Hall, Tape 2 05/24/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)
Box 1

95-0525-2 Stanford Reel #21 05/25/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Reel #21 [ It appears to be part of a series of the "Stanford Admits" series.]
Box 1

95-0525-3 Stanford Reel #22 05/25/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Reel #22 [ It appears to be part of a series of the "Stanford Admits" series.]
Box 1

95-0526-1 GSB 15, H. Irving Grousbeck 05/26/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

#2 [It appears to be a second tape for the day, but no previous tape is found.] 1) Grossbeck (Grousbeck) Class Continued; 2) Computer Lab, B-Roll; 3) Students Studies / Bicycles / Riding.
Box 1

95-0531-1 Stanford Admits #23, Poli Sci 05/31/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Admits #23 [ It appears to be part of a series of the "Stanford Admits" series.] Poli Sci
Box 1

95-0531-2 Stanford Admits #24 05/31/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Admits #24 [ It appears to be part of a series of the "Stanford Admits" series.] TC HR 4:00:00
Box 1

95-0531-3 Stanford Admits #25 05/31/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Admits #25 [ It appears to be part of a series of the "Stanford Admits" series.] TC HR 5:00:00
Box 1

95-0531-4 Stanford Admits #26 (Outdoor Seminars 05/31/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Admits #26 (Outdoor Seminars) [ It appears to be part of a series of the "Stanford Admits" series.] TC HR 5:31:00, Lav on Audio 1, Boom on Audio 2
Box 2

95-1023-1 Michael McFaul, News Hour with Jim Lehrer 10/23/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Segment with Political Science Professor, Michael McFaul [Tape is also labeled on the case as: Lu Hanessian Demo 1992]
Box 2

97-0000-3 Seniors: Four Years in Retrospect 1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:56:00
transcribed from case: For most students, college is a time of dizzying personal change, both confusing and exhilarating. Now a new film, "Seniors: Four Years in Retrospect" prepares undergraduates to take full advantage of these invaluable years of questioning and growth. The filmmakers of Frosh, the widely acclaimed chronicle of one year in a racially diverse, freshman residence hall, returned to Stanford three years later to see how college life had changed five of these students. * Monique, daughter of a crack-addicted mother, gets help from several black women mentors, graduates with honors and plans to go on for her Ph.D; * Cheng, an academically driven, politically conservative Chinese American, drops pre-law for a high risk career as a Singapore venture capitalist; * Sam, a white, male, heterosexual "jock," accepts increasing campus diversity but still seeks his own cultural enclave in the world of sports and fraternities; * Brandi, an upper middle class African American student, drops out for two years' experience in the "real world."; * Debbie, a white pre-med major, switches to Women's Studies where she develops the self-confidence to go on to med school
Box 2

970100-IC InterChange: Warrior, Robert 01/00/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:15
Show number 97-722 Alan Acosta, director of the Stanford News Service and new co-host ofThe Stanford Channel's signature series, interviews assistant professor of English, Robert Warrior, about his latest book, Like a Hurricane. The book examines Native American political movements, particularly the American Indian Movement (AIM) of the 1970s and the uprising at Wounded Knee. Warrior teaches about Native American literature and history at Stanford.
Box 2

97-0117-1 Greg LeMond , Graham Watson, Lecture 01/17/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Memories of a Champion Greg Lemond and Graham Watson
Box 2

97-0228-1 Interchange: Freedman, Estelle 02/28/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:00
Interchange with Acosta, Guest: Estelle Freedman. Alan Acosta, director of the Stanford News Service, interviews Estelle Freedman, professor of history and director of the Program in Feminist Studies at Stanford. Freedman discusses the role of women in early 20th century political and social history, as weel as her book, Maternal Justice, which examines the role of women in social reform movements.
Box 2

970300-IC InterChange: Blacker, Coit 03/14/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:45
Host:Alan Acosta Guest: Coit Blacker (Senior fellow institute for international studies); Show: 97-726; Blacker recently returned to Stanford from a two-year stint as special assistant to President Clinton for Russia and the Ukraine. He talks with Alan Acosta, director of the Stanford News Service, about the changing international political and economic environment, and more personally, about the shift from academia to policy-making and back again.
Box 2

97-0415-1 President Casper's News Conference 04/15/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)
Box 2

970500-IC InterChange: Rakove, Jack 05/00/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:00
Alan Acosta Guest: Jack Rakove; show number 97-729; Rakove is professor of history at Stanford with a specialty in American history of the Colonial Period. He discusses his book Original Meanings: Politics and Ideas in the Making of the Constitution, which won the 1997 Pultizer Prize for History, with Alan Acosta, director of the Stanford News Service.
Box 2

97-0617-1 Harmonic Contrast Imaging 06/17/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:06:35
A new way of detecting heart attacks and testing patients more accurately using an ultrasound like device.
Box 2

970800-IC InterChange: Herzenberg, Leonore 08/00/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:31:00
Interchange with Alan Acosta Guest: Leonore Herzenberg; Show number: 97-732; Guest is Leonore Herzenberg, an immunologist and professor of genetics at Stanford. She is interviewed by Alan Acosta, director of the Stanford News Service. They discuss current research developments regarding the AIDS virus, and talk about how she became involved in HIV research.
Box 2

971200-IC InterChange: Lau, Lawrence 12/00/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Host: Alan Acosta Guest: Lawrence Lau ( Professor of economics); Alan Acosta, director of the Stanford News Service, interviews Lawrence Lau, professor of economics and director of the Center for Economic Policy Research at Stanford. Lau specializes in the economies of China, Korea, Hong Kong and the Pacific Rim. He talks about the globalization of markets and the U.S. economic relationship with the countries of Asia.
Box 2

980200A-IC InterChange: Bradley, Bill 01/09/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:00
Interchange with Alan Acosta Guest: Bill Bradley; During his year as the Payne Distinguished Professor at the Institute for International Studies, former Senator Bill Bradley sat down with Alan Acosta, director of the Stanford News Service, to talk about the state of American politics and life after the U.S. Senate. TSC Archive Number: 1998-738.
Box 2

980200-IC InterChange: Chu, Steven 02/20/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:00
Interchange with Alan Acosta Guest: Steven Chu; Chu is a professor of physics and winner of the 1997 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on the fundamental interplay between light and atomic particles that he began in 1985 at Bell Labs and continued at Stanford. He talks about the moment he learned he had won the Prize, and how winning a Nobel changed his life. TSC Archive Number: 1998-741.
Box 2

98-0225-1 Dr. Alvin Cooper, O'Reilly Factor, Sexuality and Power 02/25/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:08:00
Dr. Alvin Cooper on Sexuality and Power, O'Reilly Factor, FNC-TV, Cable, Fox News, 8:00pm
Box 2

980400-IC InterChange - Mike Montgomery 04/23/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:15
Hosted by Alan Acosta Guest Mike Montgomery (Head coach of men's basketball) Stanford University; Coach Montgomery is in his 13th season as director of the men's basketball at Stanford. He talks about the magical 1997-1998 season that took the team to the Final Four in San Antonio. Host is Alan Acosta, director of the Stanford News Service. TSC archive number: 1998-745
Box 2

980403-IC Interchange - Miguel Mendez 04/03/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:00
Alan Acosta Guest: Miguel Mendez; Mendez is a professor of law at Stanford and an expert in criminal law and procedure. He talks with Alan Acosta, director of the Stanford News Service. TSC Archive Number: 1998-744.
Box 2

98-0423-1 Carson, Clayborne on the Charlie Rose Show 04/23/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:17:15
Clayborne Carson on Charlie Rose Show, PBS Network, 11:00 pm - 12:00 am
Box 2

98-0830-1 Stanford Library Repair, KRON-TV 08/30/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:02:30
Stanford Library Repair, News Center Four, KRON-TV (NBC), San Francisco, 6:00pm,
Box 2

98-1015-1 Linda Darling-Hammond, The Newshour with Jim Lehrer 10/15/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Linda Darling-Hammond on The Newshour with Jim Lehrer. The discussion was on Teacher Testing (Bowser). part 1
Box 2

98-1016-1 Linda Darling-Hammond, The Newshour with Jim Lehrer 10/16/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Linda Darling-Hammond on The Newshour with Jim Lehrer. The discussion was on Teacher Testing (Bowser). part 2
Box 2

98-1119-1 Men's Swimming Stanford Vs. Cal. Berkeley 11/19/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

2:15 - 3:15 PM, shot on a Canon Optura DVM Senior Tate Blahnik (Temple, TX/Suffern HS) highlighted the annual Stanford-California men's swimming double distance competition by setting a meet record in the 400-yard backstroke on Thursday afternoon at deGuerre Pool. The non-scoring meet features seven events swam at double the regular length. The meet has been held annually at Stanford since 1984. Blahnik broke the 400 backstroke record by an even three seconds, touching the wall in 3:43.38 to shatter the previous record of 3:46.38 set by California's Bart Sikora in 1996.
Box 2

98-1209-1 Engelbart, Douglas C., CBS Evening News with Dan Rather 12/09/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Douglas C. Engelbart, CBS Evening News with Dan Rather (full show)
Box 2

981218-IC InterChange - Hazel Markus 12/18/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:15
Host: Alan Acosta Guest: Hazel Markus, Davis-Brack Professor in the Behavioral Sciences; Markus is a professor of psychology and an expert in cultural psychology, or how the culture makes us feel about ourselves. Host is Alan Acosta, director of the Stanford News Service. TSC Archive Number: 1998-749.
Box 2

98-1223-1 Rice, Condoleezza Profile, Bay TV 12/23/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:03:25
Box 2

990100-IC InterChange - Elizabeth Bernhardt 01/26/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:00
Alan Acosta Guest: Elizabeth Bernhardt (professor of German studies @SU); Guest is Elizabeth Bernhardt, director of the Multi-media Language Laboratory and professor of German Studies at Stanford. Hose is Alan Acosta, director of the Stanford News Service. TSC Archive Number: 1999-752.
Box 2

990200-ICB InterChange - Mark Zoback 02/26/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:28:30
Alan Acosta Guest: Mark Zoback Zoback is a professor of geophysics and expert in earthquake prediction. Host is Alan Acosta, director of the Stanford News Service. TSC Archive Number: 1999-755.
Box 2

99-0228-1 Sports Final with Gary Radnich, Mark Madsen 02/28/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Interview with Mark Madsen, Basketball player for Stanford. Madsen was a two-time All-American and a two-time All-Pac-10.
Box 2

990514-IC InterChange - Karla Lemon 05/14/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:00
Host: Alan Acosta Guest: Karla Lemon ( Professor of Music @SU) Lemon is an associate professor of music and director of the Stanford Symphony Orchestra. She talks about her passion for conducting and the mechanics of leading disparate musicians and instruments to create a unified sound. TSC Archive Number: 1995-761
Box 2

99-0905-1 Mile High Mayhem 09/05/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Mile High Mayhem, 4 clips
Box 2

99-0924-1 CNN Crossfire (Condoleezza Rice) 09/24/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)
Box 3

92-0614-2 1992 Stanford Commencement, Dub 06/14/1992

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (3/4 inch videotape (U-matic))

Scope and Content Note

At the Stanford Stadium, with highlights from the plaque ceremony, baccalaureate, and Class Day luncheon. Kirk Varnedoe, director of the Department of Painting and Sculpture at New York's Museum of Modern Art, has been selected to speak at Stanford's 101st commencement Bars, 00:00 Slate ; 00:13 Processional with Music/Montage; 01:09 Cheers Natural Sound; 01:17 Grandstand / Stadium, Wide Shots with Music; 01:51 Natural Sound Cheers; 02:15 Presentation of Grads SOT; 03:04 Montage with Stanford Fight Song, End, Fade Quad Shot
Box 3

92-0814-1 Public Affairs Commercial, Anna Chavez Narration 08/14/1992

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (3/4 inch videotape (U-matic))

Scope and Content Note

Dub from Betacam, Anna Chavez was an Alum of Stanford.
Box 3

93-1110-6 ABC's "Good Morning America" visits Stanford, ABC, Master Copy 11/10/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (3/4 inch videotape (U-matic))

Scope and Content Note

Good Morning America, an ABC television show, filmed at the Stanford campus. Good Morning America, ABC-TV Network, 7:00 - 9:00 AM, Part One, Master Copy
Box 3

94-0928-1 Satellites to Land Planes, Stanford and Tuition, News Clips, Master (5) 09/28/1994 - 10/19/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (3/4 inch videotape (U-matic))

Scope and Content Note

"Stanford Students use Satellites to Land Planes" NBC Nightly News, NBC-TV Network, 6:30 PM 1:33 "Stanford and Tuition", Newscenter Four Late Edition, KRON-TV (NBC) San Francisco, 11:00 PM 2:03 First story is about the launch of the Integrity Beacon. It uses GPS to help with traffic control and the landing of planes. Stanford's Integrity Beacon Landing System uses ground-based pseudo-satellite transmitters known as Integrity Beacons to resolve carrier phase ambiguities on final approach, giving IBLS both high integrity and centimeter-level accuracy.
Box 3

94-0928-2 Satellites to Land Planes, Stanford and Tuition, News Clips, (5) 09/28/1994 - 10/19/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (3/4 inch videotape (U-matic))

Scope and Content Note

"Stanford Students use Satellites to Land Planes" NBC Nightly News, NBC-TV Network, 6:30 PM 1:33 "Stanford and Tuition", Newscenter Four Late Edition, KRON-TV (NBC) San Francisco, 11:00 PM 2:03 First story is about the launch of the Integrity Beacon. It uses GPS to help with traffic control and the landing of planes. Stanford's Integrity Beacon Landing System uses ground-based pseudo-satellite transmitters known as Integrity Beacons to resolve carrier phase ambiguities on final approach, giving IBLS both high integrity and centimeter-level accuracy.
Box 3

95-0618-4 William Perry addresses Stanford, News Clips 06/18/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (3/4 inch videotape (U-matic))

Scope and Content Note

News Eleven, KNTV-TV (ABC), San Jose, 5:00 PM 3:45 Channel 7 News, KGO-TV (ABC) San Francisco, 6:00 PM 2:19 Ten O'Clock News, KTVU-TV (IND) Oakland 10:00 PM 1:18 Newscenter Four, KRON-TV (NBC) San Francisco, 11:00 PM, 0:57 Secretary of Defense William Perry spoke of the ethics of foreign policy as the featured speaker at Stanford University's 104th commencement.
Box 3

04-1109-4 Tom Wolfe, Stanford University, News Clip 11/09/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:09:38
Today, NBC National, 8:00 - 9:00 am 09:38 [ Tom Wolfe is spelled as Tom wolf on tape. It is unclear of the connection to the school. The news story might have been about the book "I am Charlotte Simmons" based loosely on life at colleges like Stanford.]
Box 3

04-1119-4 Hennessy, John on Charlie Rose, PBS National 11/19/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

President Hennessy on Charlie Rose Show A discussion about technology and globalization from the TechNet summit. Guests include: John Hennessy, President of Stanford University, Carly Fiorina, the Chairman & CEO of Hewlett-Packard, and Bing Gordon, Co-Founder, Executive Vice President & Chief Creative Officer of Electronic Arts.
Box 3

04-1119-5 Hennessy, John, Gordon Bing, Carly Fiorina on Charlie Rose, PBS National 11/19/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:27:00
President Hennessy on Charlie Rose Show A discussion about technology and globalization from the TechNet summit. Guests include: John Hennessy, President of Stanford University, Carly Fiorina, the Chairman & CEO of Hewlett-Packard, and Bing Gordon, Co-Founder, Executive Vice President & Chief Creative Officer of Electronic Arts.
Box 3

04-1119-6 Hennessy, John on Charlie Rose, PBS National 11/19/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:04:33
President Hennessy on Charlie Rose Show A discussion about technology and globalization from the TechNet summit. Guests include: John Hennessy, President of Stanford University, Carly Fiorina, the Chairman & CEO of Hewlett-Packard, and Bing Gordon, Co-Founder, Executive Vice President & Chief Creative Officer of Electronic Arts.
Box 3

04-1119-7 Hennessy, John on Charlie Rose, NPR National 11/19/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:60:00
Charlie Rose, PBS National, 11-12 AM A discussion about technology and globalization from the TechNet summit. Guests include: John Hennessy, President of Stanford University, Carly Fiorina, the Chairman & CEO of Hewlett-Packard, and Bing Gordon, Co-Founder, Executive Vice President & Chief Creative Officer of Electronic Arts.
Box 3

04-1228-2 Indian Ocean Tsunami, Greg Boardman, News Clips 12/28/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Statement by Greg Boardman, Dean of Students, about the Indian Ocean Tsunami and lost student James Hsu. "Stanford Univ/ Greg Boardman" 1. KRON 4 News at 11, 12/28/04 KRON-TV Ch. 4 (IND) San Francisco, 11:00 - 11:30 PM 01:45; 2. Channel 5 Eyewitness News, 12/28/04 KPIX-TV Ch. 5 (CBS) San Francisco, 6:00 - 7:00 PM 03:14; 3. ABC 7 News at 6:00, 12/28/04, KGO-TV Ch. 7 (ABC) San Francisco, 6:00 - 7:00 PM, 00:46; 4. The Six O'Clock News, 12/28/04, KTVU-TV, Ch. 2 (FOX) San Francisco, 6:00 - 7:00 PM 00:49; 5. NBC11 News: The Bay Area at 6, 12/28/04, KNTV-TV Ch.11 (NBC) San Francisco, 6:00 - 7:00 PM 03:42
Box 3

05-0131-2 Dorm Intruder, News Clip 01/31/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:02:44
News story about a man who assaulted a woman in the dorms at Stanford Channel 5 Eyewitness News @ Five, KPIX-TV, Ch. 5 (CBS) San Francisco, 5:00 - 6:00 PM
Box 3

05-0131-3 Dorm Intruders, News Clips 01/31/2005 - 02/01/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

News story about a man who assaulted a woman in the dorms at Stanford and a different man who followed a woman into the bathroom. Schedule is enclosed: "Dorm Intruders" 1. ABC 7 News at 5:00, 1/31/05, KGO-TV, Ch. 7 (ABC) San Francisco, 5:00 - 5:30 PM, 01:45; 2. KRON 4 News at 5:30, 1/31/05, KRON-TV Ch. 4 (IND) San Francisco, 5:30 - 6:00 PM 02:01; 3. KRON 4 News at 9, 1/31/05 KRON-TV Ch. 4 (IND) San Francisco, 9:00 - 10:00 PM 02:21; 4. The Ten O'Clock News, 1/31/0, KTVU-TV Ch. 2 (FOX) San Francisco, 10:00 - 11:00 PM 03:42 5. NBC 11 News: The Bay area at 5 AM, 12/01/05 [typo, should be 02/01/05] KNTV-TV Ch.11 (NBC) San Francisco, 5:00-6:00 AM 02:55
Box 3

05-0201-2 Police Shootings 02/01/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Dubbed 2/1/05, req. by Vinita Menta, ext. 5335
Box 3

05-0301-2 James Hsu clips edited, External Sources 03/01/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:04:31
Outside news clips of James W. Hsu, Second-year MBA student at the Graduate School of Business. He died in the Indian Ocean tsunami.
Box 3

05-0415-1 Hennessy, John on Charlie Rose, Vietnam War, News Clips 04/15/2005 - 04/28/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

"John Hennessy / Stanford", Charlie Rose, PBS National, 04/15/2005, 11-12AM, 22:38 "Vietnam War" ABC 7 at 6:00, KGO-TV (ABC), San Francisco, 4/28/2005 6-7PM, 04:04
Box 3

05-0517-2 Stanford Students / Custodians, NBC11, News Clip 05/17/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

NBC11 News: The Bay Area at 11, KNTV-TV Ch. 11 (NBC) San Francisco,
Box 3

ZZ0291 Stanford B-Roll, Stanford University Office of Public Affairs undated

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (3/4 inch videotape (U-matic))

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:10:45
Tape might be copy of B-Roll from ZZ0216 or ZZ0220. They share the same running time and are from the same department.
Box 4

88-0721-1 Stanford News 07/21/1988

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (1" Master)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:13:00
Client: Veriation Films, Steve Longstre (Stephen Longstreth) Client's Client: Stanford University Job #: 36410 (No audio), Cam Master, Ed Master, Prot. Master Tape contains card of Joan Shapiro from Bellcore 10282
Box 4

92-0821-1 Public Affairs :30 Spot 08/21/1992

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (1" Master)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:00:30
Tape contains an In House Master Evaluation from VideoTransform Inc.: Evaluated by Will Estes, Playback used VPR-6, Heterodyne ringing, Film noise, Tone too high, (other information about tone and bar levels were normal) Audio Ch. 1, 2 Discrete,
Box 4

92-1002-3 Casper, Gerhard Inauguration 10/02/1992

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Hi-8)

Scope and Content Note

Gerhard Casper inauguration as the Ninth president of Stanford at Frost Amphitheater / Quad. Satellite transmission was cut off an hour in.
Box 4

92-1002-4 Casper, Gerhard Inauguration (Off Demod) 10/02/1992

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Hi-8)

Scope and Content Note

Gerhard Casper inauguration as the Ninth president of Stanford at Frost Amphitheater / Quad. [Unclear about the term off Demod, It might refer to demodulation or demodulator.]
Box 4

92-1214-2 Casper, Gerhard Interview, Dub 12/14/1992

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (1" Master)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:09:00
1"-C dub of MII, NTSC, Audio Ch. 1 and 2, TC Full. Tape has post-it note from Mark.
Box 4

93-0210-1 The News Behind the News, Stanford News Service History, 1946-1989 02/10/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Hi-8)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 01:30:00
Box 4

94-0126-1 Jeff Graham 01/26/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Hi-8)

Scope and Content Note

[No further information available.]
Box 4

94-1011-2 737 Interior GPS Landings 10/11/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Hi-8)

Scope and Content Note

Footage of planes landing via GPS. Part of the testing of the Integrity Beacon.
Box 4

95-0200-1 Braunschweig, Germany 02/00/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Hi-8)

Scope and Content Note

[Stanford GPS Lab presented at ISPA, Braunschweig Germany, February 1995. This tape could contain their presentation.]
Box 4

95-0315-3 Stanford Students Create "Hands Off" Commercial Aircraft Landing System, Integrity Beacon, GPS 03/15/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (1" Master)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:05:00
Audio 1, 2 Split, Edited Master, About the launch of the Integrity Beacon. It uses GPS to help with traffic control and the landing of planes. Stanford's Integrity Beacon Landing System uses ground-based pseudo-satellite transmitters known as Integrity Beacons to resolve carrier phase ambiguities on final approach, giving IBLS both high integrity and centimeter-level accuracy.
Box 4

96-0731-2 Hopkins Marine Station, Student Divers, Underwater Footage 07/31/1996

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Hi-8)

Scope and Content Note

Shot BB J.J. White 408-649-8519 800 Alice St. #15 Monterey, Ca [No further information on what was shot.]
Box 4

98-1201-1a Stanford TV, Music Search for Stanford Museum Opening, M1 12/01/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (audiotape)

Scope and Content Note

Job # is 29311. It contains music for a news piece on the opening of the Stanford Museum. Side- A 1-19, Side- B 20-40, CrO2, Dolby
Box 4

98-1201-1b Stanford TV, Music Search for Stanford Museum Opening, M2 12/01/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (audiotape)

Scope and Content Note

Job # is 29311. It contains music for a news piece on the opening of the Stanford Museum. Side- A 41-56, Side- B 57-66, CrO2, Dolby
Box 4

00-1020-1a Hennessy, John Inauguration, Program Deck 10/20/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP L)

Scope and Content Note

Tape is labeled as Tape 1. President John Hennessy invited the community to engage in a dialogue on Stanford's future, saying in his inaugural address Friday that the university is well positioned to maintain and prosper as, in Leland and Jane Stanford's words, "a University of high degree.
Box 4

00-1020-1b Hennessy, John Inauguration, Program Deck 10/20/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP L)

Scope and Content Note

Tape is labeled as Tape 2 for Channel 51 President John Hennessy invited the community to engage in a dialogue on Stanford's future, saying in his inaugural address Friday that the university is well positioned to maintain and prosper as, in Leland and Jane Stanford's words, "a University of high degree.
Box 4

01-0308-2 Hennessy, John, Taking Stock: Five Continuing Successes ­ and Five Challenges for the Future, Dub 03/08/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s)

Scope and Content Note

President John Hennessy and members of the Academic Council presented "Taking Stock: Five Continuing Successes ­ and Five Challenges for the Future," a presentation and panel discussion scheduled n Kresge Auditorium. for the Stanford Channel. Note states: To Jack Hubbard.
Box 4

02-0305-2 A Celebration of the Life of John W. Gardner, Master 03/05/2002

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (DVCAM)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:56:44
Memorial service for John W. Gardner. He was a longtime activist who improved the lives of millions of Americans by helping to implement the sweeping social reforms of the 1960s, died Saturday at his home on the Stanford campus from complications related to cancer. He was 89.
Box 4

02-1120-8 Exxon Mobile, Stanford University, Radio News Piece 11/20/2002

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (audiotape)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:00:30
News story from Business News at Noon on KRLD-AM (CBS) Dallas 12:00 pm Four big international companies, including the oil giant Exxon Mobil, said yesterday that they would give Stanford University $225 million over 10 years for research on ways to meet growing energy needs without worsening global warming.
Box 4

02-1120-9 Exxon Mobile, Stanford University, Radio News Pieces 11/20/2002

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (audiotape)

Scope and Content Note

News stories from Morning Drive Time, KGO-AM (ABC) San Francisco 6:00-7:00 am 00:32 Morning Drive Time, KQED-FM (NPR/APR) San Francisco 6:00-9:00 am 00:24. Four big international companies, including the oil giant Exxon Mobil, said yesterday that they would give Stanford University $225 million over 10 years for research on ways to meet growing energy needs without worsening global warming.
Box 4

02-1121-1 Exxon Mobile, Stanford University, Radio News Pieces 11/21/2002

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (audiotape)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:00:18
News story from Business for Breakfast KKZN-AM (Denver) 9:00-10:00 am Four big international companies, including the oil giant Exxon Mobil, said yesterday that they would give Stanford University $225 million over 10 years for research on ways to meet growing energy needs without worsening global warming.
Box 4

02-1127-1 Lasers on Ice: ICESat begins its Mission 11/27/2002

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP L)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:50:41
G02-085, Goddard TV, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Code 130 Building 8, Greenbelt, MD 20771 Launch of ICESat. ICESat is the latest in a series of Earth Observing System spacecraft, following the Terra satellite launched in December 1999, and the Aqua satellite launched earlier in May of this year. The primary role of ICESat is to quantify ice sheet growth or retreat and to thereby answer questions concerning many related aspects of the Earth's climate system, including global climate change and changes in sea level.
Box 4

03-0604-2 Fasting Protest / Gordon Earle, KPFA News Clip 06/04/2003

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (audiotape)

Scope and Content Note

KPFA Evening News, KPFA FM San Francisco, 6:00 - 7:00 pm, 03:11 The Stanford students fast to pressure Stanford to create a university wide labor policy that would address subcontracting, living wages and educational opportunities for workers. Gordon Earle, Stanford's vice president for public affairs, participated in the negotiations.
Box 4

03-1023-2 Earth Science Update: Arctic Warming Global Climate 10/23/2003

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP L)

Scope and Content Note

Recently observed change in Arctic temperatures and sea ice cover may be a harbinger of global climate changes to come, according to a recent NASA study. Satellite data--the unique view from space--are allowing researchers to more clearly see Arctic changes and develop an improved understanding of the possible effect on climate worldwide. The Arctic warming study, appearing in the November 1 issue of the American Meteorological Society's Journal of Climate, shows that compared to the 1980s, most of the Arctic warmed significantly over the last decade, with the biggest temperature increases occurring over North America.
Box 4

04-0110-1 John Lewis, All Things Considered 01/10/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (audiotape)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:00:18
News Story featuring Stanford Professor John Lewis: All Things Considered, NPR National, 1/10/04, 5-6 PM
Box 4

04-0413-2 Google, NPR Story 04/13/2004 - 04/15/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (audiotape)

Scope and Content Note

Morning Edition, NPR National, April 13, 2004 6:00-7:00 am 05:04, Morning Edition, NPR National, April 15, 2004 6:00-700 am 04:33 In the 1990s, Stanford students Sergey Brin and Larry Page figured out how to use the structure of the Internet — the way pages link to one another — to put the most relevant items at the top of a search list. Their discovery transformed their garage startup, Google, into the Internet's top search engine, a household name and even a verb. NPR's Rick Karr reports.
Box 4

04-0520-1 Sea of Cortez, NPR stories 05/20/2004 - 05/21/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (audiotape)

Scope and Content Note

Expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook. Morning Edition, NPR National, 7:00 - 8:00 am, 08:30; Morning Edition, NPR National, 7:00 - 8:00 am, 08:27
Box 4

06-0213-1 White House National Medals for Science & Technology (2004) 02/13/2006

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (DVCAM)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:26:00
[Possibly shows an award ceremony from 2004 or the person won it for 2004 and received the award.]
Box 4

07-0416-2 Former Terrorists, Kresge Auditorium (Walid Shoebat, Kamal Saleem and Zak Anani) 04/16/2007

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (DVCAM)

Scope and Content Note

Former terrorists, Walid Shoebat, Kamal Saleem and Zak Anani are scheduled to speak at Kresge Auditorium on the Stanford University campus, at 7:00 PM PT. They speak from a unique perspective, about their involvement in terrorism. Stanford barred the media, and anyone outside the university community (except for limited V.I.P.'s) from attending, and has stopped the facilitator from filming the event due to "risk assessment."
Box 4

ZZ0241 Stanford Forum on Terrorism, Master undated

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (DVCAM)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 01:55:25
The event was sponsored by the Institute for International Studies and The Center for International Security and Cooperation
Box 4

ZZ0262 Stanford B-Roll, Segments undated

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (1" Master)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:10:45
Tape from the Stanford Office of Public Affairs (missing audio for sections), Tech Name 1B
Box 4

ZZ0263 Glace II undated

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Hi-8)
Box 5

02-0920-6 SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, B-Roll 09/20/2002

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:29:30
B-Roll footage of the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Box 5

02-1120-12 Global Climate and Energy Project Announcement, Climate Change Video News Release 11/20/2002

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Video news release: Stanford announces the Global Climate and Energy Project. It is to conduct fundamental research on technologies that will permit the development of global energy systems with significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions. 1. Video News Release (Mixed Track) TRT 2:10; 2. VNR (Natural Sound only/ No Track) TRT 2:10; 3. B-Roll / Extra Sound Bites TRT 3:17 ; Tape case contains a copy of script with voice overs and supers.
Box 5

02-1120-14 GCEP, Stanford Climate Change Media Link, Master 11/20/2002

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:09:46
Stanford announces the Global Climate and Energy Project. It is to conduct fundamental research on technologies that will permit the development of global energy systems with significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Box 5

02-1120-15 GCEP, Stanford Climate Change VNR - SOTs, B-Roll, Master II 11/20/2002

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:09:46
Stanford announces the Global Climate and Energy Project. It is to conduct fundamental research on technologies that will permit the development of global energy systems with significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions.
Box 5

03-1000-1 Getas Interview, Chip Reid 10/00/2003

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Slug: Chip Reid Writer: [indiscernible] Photog: Warbrook Date: 10/3 trt: Embedded Out Q: Getas Interview *Save* Edit 07
Box 5

03-1203-3 Beer Bubbles, Richard Zare, Andrew Alexander, B-Roll 12/03/2003

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:05:25
Scientists have finally proven what beer lovers have long suspected: When beer is poured into a glass, the bubbles sometimes go down instead of up. In this video,chemists Richard N. Zare of Stanford University and Andrew J. Alexander of the University of Edinburgh explain the frothy details.
Box 5

04-0409-1 Christopher Field, Global Ecology Building, Carnegie Institution 04/09/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Christopher Field, director of the Carnegie Institution's Global Ecology Department, shows energy-efficient features of new global ecology building. The Carnegie Institution dedicated a new, environmentally innovative building on campus to house its Global Ecology Department, established in 2002 for interdisciplinary study of Earth's ecosystems. Built to last a century, the $5.5 million facility maximizes energy efficiency, minimizes waste and uses recycled materials – including redwood siding from 100-year-old wine barrels and crumbled concrete from other buildings.
Box 5

04-0409-2 Sea of Cortez Expedition, Isla Espiritu Santo 04/09/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook. Chuck Baxter and Nancy Burnett conduct an intertidal transect on this protected island near La Paz, Mex. Sally Lightfoot crabs are everywhere, and neuroscientist Bill Gilly tries to determine what triggers their rapid flight response. The island is also home to nesting gulls and other wildlife.
Box 5

04-0409-3 Sea of Cortez Expedition, Isla Espiritu Santo 04/09/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook. Chuck Baxter and Nancy Burnett conduct an intertidal transect on this protected island near La Paz, Mex. Sally Lightfoot crabs are everywhere, and neuroscientist Bill Gilly tries to determine what triggers their rapid flight response. The island is also home to nesting gulls and other wildlife.
Box 5

04-0410-1 Sea of Cortez Expedition, La Paz 04/10/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook. From first hand account: As we arrive in La Paz, scientists continue their work aboard the Gus D, cataloging and identifying different marine organisms gathered during the expedition – including various algae species collected by Nancy Burnett. Unlike Cabo San Lucas, the city of La Paz has managed to preserve its shoreline ecosystem, as a trip to a rocky beach reveals.
Box 5

04-0410-2 Community Day 2004 04/10/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Community Day, which is designed especially for families, is an all-day open house for the local community featuring music, arts, athletic exhibitions, science displays, faculty lectures, a kids' carnival and a health fair with child car seat safety check.
Box 5

04-0411-1 Sea of Cortez Expedition, La Paz 04/10/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook. From first hand account: As we arrive in La Paz, scientists continue their work aboard the Gus D, cataloging and identifying different marine organisms gathered during the expedition – including various algae species collected by Nancy Burnett. Unlike Cabo San Lucas, the city of La Paz has managed to preserve its shoreline ecosystem, as a trip to a rocky beach reveals.
Box 5

04-0412-1 Levoy, Marc, 3rd Century Roman Map, Digital Forma Urbis Romae Project, Interview, Computer screen Fragment, B-Roll 04/12/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Marc Levoy, Stanford associate professor of computer science and electrical engineering, is using 3-D graphics technology to better understand a map of third-century Rome. The result is one of the largest public archives of digital models of a cultural artifact ever produced. Collaborators on the Digital Forma Urbis Romae Project include the computer science and classics departments at Stanford along with scholars of antiquity and museum officials in Italy.
Box 5

04-0412-2 Sea of Cortez Expedition, La Paz 04/12/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook. From first hand account: In part two of our La Paz adventure, Bill Gilly discovers a pregnant argonaut — the only octopus with a hard outer coating. The female dies on board and gives birth to thousands of live babies, leaving behind a mysterious object. Is it a tiny male argonaut? Gilly and graduate student Arminda Mejia Rebollo investigate. Later, the Gus D is visited by young students from the La Paz region.
Box 5

04-0412-3 Sea of Cortez Expedition, La Paz 04/12/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook. From first hand account: In part two of our La Paz adventure, Bill Gilly discovers a pregnant argonaut — the only octopus with a hard outer coating. The female dies on board and gives birth to thousands of live babies, leaving behind a mysterious object. Is it a tiny male argonaut? Gilly and graduate student Arminda Mejia Rebollo investigate. Later, the Gus D is visited by young students from the La Paz region.
Box 5

04-0412-4 Sea of Cortez Expedition, Day 3, Audio Tracks 04/12/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook.
Box 5

04-0412-5 Sea of Cortez Expedition, Part 4 (I & II), Audio Tracks 04/12/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook.
Box 5

04-0413-1 Sea of Cortez Expedition 04/13/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook.
Box 5

04-0415-1 Derrick Bell, Brown v. Board of Education 04/15/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

New York University Professor Derrick Bell said the Supreme Court should have enforced the "equal" portion of the 1896 "separate but equal" ruling that segregated schools during the court decision of Brown v. Board of Education
Box 5

04-0415-2a Academic Council, Hennessy Address 04/15/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

President John Hennessy delivered his annual address to the Academic Council Thursday in Cubberley Auditorium, telling the university community that although financial challenges still exist, the university is on better footing thanks to diligent cost-cutting and an unexpected budget surplus. Hennessy also spoke in detail about the university's efforts to address global environmental ills through the recent creation of the Stanford Institute for the Environment.
Box 5

04-0415-2b Academic Council, Hennessy Address 04/15/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

President John Hennessy delivered his annual address to the Academic Council Thursday in Cubberley Auditorium, telling the university community that although financial challenges still exist, the university is on better footing thanks to diligent cost-cutting and an unexpected budget surplus. Hennessy also spoke in detail about the university's efforts to address global environmental ills through the recent creation of the Stanford Institute for the Environment.
Box 5

04-0416-1a Brown v. Board of Education Impact Panel 04/16/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Associate Law Professors Michelle Alexander and William Koski, with Education Professor Linda Darling-Hammond discuss the impact of the historic Brown v. Board of Education decision on current U.S. racial policies.
Box 5

04-0416-1b Brown v. Board of Education Impact Panel 04/16/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Associate Law Professors Michelle Alexander and William Koski, with Education Professor Linda Darling-Hammond discuss the impact of the historic Brown v. Board of Education decision on current U.S. racial policies.
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04-0419-1 Gravity Probe B Launch Scrubbed till Tomorrow 04/19/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

The launch of the Gravity Probe B experiment had been canceled due to high shear winds. The launch became rescheduled for April 20, at 9:57 a.m., from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Southern California. A 41-year-old, $700 million project will culminate with a NASA launch of a Stanford experiment on Tuesday, April 20, from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Gravity Probe B will test with the greatest accuracy to date Einstein's General Theory of Relativity.
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04-0420-1 Gravity Probe B Launch, Cubberley Auditorium, SOT 04/20/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Gravity Probe B launch as viewed by community at Cubberley Auditorium. Sound on Tape, GP-B Public Affairs Coordinator, Bob Kahn discusses the event. A 41-year-old, $700 million project will culminates with a NASA launch of a Stanford experiment from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Gravity Probe B will test with the greatest accuracy to date Einstein's General Theory of Relativity.
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04-0420-2 Gravity Probe B Launch, Vandenberg Air Force Base, NASA Footage 04/20/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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A 41-year-old, $700 million project will culminates with a NASA launch of a Stanford experiment from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Gravity Probe B will test with the greatest accuracy to date Einstein's General Theory of Relativity. This tape contains NASA footage of the launch.
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04-0422-1a Take Our Daughters & Sons to Work Day 04/22/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Six girls and a boy became journalists for a morning during a two-hour workshop at the Stanford News Service. The workshop, Extra! Extra! Create a Newspaper," was held April 22 as part of "Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work.
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04-0422-1b Take Our Daughters & Sons to Work Day 04/22/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Six girls and a boy became journalists for a morning during a two-hour workshop at the Stanford News Service. The workshop, Extra! Extra! Create a Newspaper," was held April 22 as part of "Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work.
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04-0423-1 Jean McCown, 2004 ATHENA Award Luncheon 04/23/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Length: 00:29:10
Jean McCown, director of community relations, was honored at the Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce's 19th annual ATHENA Award Luncheon, which recognizes community leaders for their professional achievements and the role they play in helping women excel.
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04-0427-1 Clock Tower at Noon, Stanford Views 04/27/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Tape contains shots of students on bikes at noon and shots of the Clock Tower.
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04-0429-1 Steer-By-Wire GPS System, Chris Gerdes 04/29/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV-HDV)

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Length: 00:30:00
Chris Gerdes, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, demonstrates how a car equipped with a new GPS technology can stay in its lane, even if the driver takes his or her hands off the wheel.
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04-0518-1 John S. Knight Fellowships Symposium 05/18/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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A press panel discussion at the Schwab Center on May 18, David Remnick was joined by Joann Byrd, former ombudswoman at the Washington Post; David Talbot, founder of Salon.com; and Stanford history Professor David Kennedy, who specializes in the 20th-century history of the United States. Raul Ramirez, news and public affairs director of KQED Public Radio since 1991, moderated the discussion.
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04-0522-1 Nobel Laureate Shirin Ebadi Press Conference, Iraq War 05/22/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Length: 00:40:00
Iranian human rights lawyer and Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi said President Bush should withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq and have the United Nations oversee the country's political transition at a May 20 dinner in Palo Alto.
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04-0527-1 Spring Faire, Staff Bash, Stanford Bounce 05/27/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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The Stanford Spring Faire, an annual arts-and-crafts festival that dates back to 1970—making it one of the oldest ongoing fairs on the West Coast, according to organizers. This year, more than 100 artists are expected to show and sell their works at the free event. The fair is sponsored by the Bridge Peer Counseling Center and is its sole source of funding. The center, on campus at 581 Capistrano Way, provides free confidential counseling to the Stanford community 24 hours a day, by phone and on a drop-in basis. Stanford Bounce is referring to a dance.
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04-0607-1 Time Capsule, Class of 2004 06/07/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Senior class presidents Michael Lee, Mary Himinkool, Ryan Taylor and Shayna Fernandez complete one of their many ceremonial graduation tasks - filling a time capsule that was buried in the Quad on Saturday.
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04-0608-1 Trustee Demo Reel, Hennessy Nightline Appearance 06/08/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Copy of John Hennessy's appearance on Nightline for trustees. President John Hennessy ABC's Nightline Feb. 23 that Stanford's athletic programs are kept in balance with its academics by maintaining "core values" and "insisting that student athletes are students first, that our commitment to academic integrity is always there." The program focused on a football scandal at the University of Colorado-Boulder, where the coach is under suspension because of allegations of recruiting violations. Hennessy appeared on a panel portion of the broadcast with Penn State President Graham Spanier and Tulane President Scott Cowen. When Nightline anchor Ted Koppel pointed out that Stanford's football coach made a lot more money than Hennessy as a professor, the president replied that the coach's salary is lower than at other schools. "When Tyrone Willingham went to Notre Dame, we made a decision that we were going to limit what we would pay the next football coach," Hennessy said. "We weren't going to compete at the highest levels because we had difficulty justifying it to our alumni and also to our faculty.
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04-0609-1 Trustees Demo Reel, Hennessy Nightline Appearance 06/09/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Copy of John Hennessy's appearance on Nightline for trustees. President John Hennessy ABC's Nightline Feb. 23 that Stanford's athletic programs are kept in balance with its academics by maintaining "core values" and "insisting that student athletes are students first, that our commitment to academic integrity is always there." The program focused on a football scandal at the University of Colorado-Boulder, where the coach is under suspension because of allegations of recruiting violations. Hennessy appeared on a panel portion of the broadcast with Penn State President Graham Spanier and Tulane President Scott Cowen. When Nightline anchor Ted Koppel pointed out that Stanford's football coach made a lot more money than Hennessy as a professor, the president replied that the coach's salary is lower than at other schools. "When Tyrone Willingham went to Notre Dame, we made a decision that we were going to limit what we would pay the next football coach," Hennessy said. "We weren't going to compete at the highest levels because we had difficulty justifying it to our alumni and also to our faculty.
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04-0614-1 Roger Romani, Black Holes, Blazar 06/14/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Associate Professor Roger Romani at Stanford report spotting a black hole so massive that it's more than 10 billion times the mass of our sun. It is so far away that they think it formed when the universe first began to light up with stars and galaxies, so it may provide a window into our cosmological origins.
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04-0622-1 Sea of Cortez Expedition, Master (Longer Version) 06/22/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook.
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04-0622-2 Sea of Cortez Expedition, Master 06/22/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook.
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04-0702-1 Sea of Cortez Expedition, 5-A, La Paz, Master 07/02/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook.
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04-0702-2 Sea of Cortez Expedition, 5-B, La Paz, Master 07/02/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook.
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04-0702-3 Sea of Cortez Expedition, Master 07/02/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook.
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04-0702-4 Sea of Cortez Expedition, Cabo, Master 07/02/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook.
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04-0702-5 Sea of Cortez Expedition, Master 07/02/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Part of expedition through the Sea of Cortez to follow the 1940 voyage traveled by author John Steinbeck and marine biologist Ed Ricketts. The vessel Gus D was crewed by chief scientist William Gilly, professor of biological sciences at Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station; zoologist Chuck Baxter, lecturer emeritus at Hopkins; Frank Donahue, owner and skipper of the Gus D; Jon Christensen, freelance journalist and cruise coordinator; Nancy Burnett, marine scientist, photographer and Stanford alumna; Mark Shwartz, and Sue Malinowski, cook.
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04-0712-1 Buckminster Fuller Stamp unveiling 07/12/2004

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Bucky Stamp Launched at Campus Ceremony: U.S. Postal Officials watch astronaut Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin unveil the new Buckminster Fuller postage stamp at Cubberley Hall July 12. In 1999, Stanford acquired the Fuller Archive. Aldrin, who walked on the moon in 1969 as part of the Apollo 11 Mission, considered Fuller a mentor and a friend.
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04-0722-1 Patrick Hunt, Recreation Ancient Olympics 07/22/2004

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Classics lecturer Patrick Hunt teaches a summer quarter course on the ancient Olympics. The classics course features lectures on the history of the games and hands-on reconstruction and analysis of ancient sporting events.
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04-0729-1 Planet-X Symposium, Buzz Thompson, John Reinkert 07/29/2004

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Buzz Thompson, Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Stanford Institute for the Environment, and General Electric Researcher John Reinkert talk about the Planet X Symposium at the Arrillaga Alumni Center July 29. The big surprise was the attendance: 200 experts were expected, over 450 showed up for the meeting, which focused on long term goals of energy conservation and reducing pollution.
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04-0831-1 Richard Luthy, Hunter's Point, Activated Carbon 08/31/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Faculty and PhD students from Stanford's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering are using activated carbon in the sediment bed at Hunter's Point in San Francisco in an attempt to stop suspected cancer-causing PCB's from entering the aquatic food chain. Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Richard Luthy says the tests, which will run during the fall, could show that activated carbon put into the sediment will bind harmful pollutants such as PCB's, preventing them from poisoning clams and fish.
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04-0901-1 Oval Exterior Shots, Pulls, Pans, B-Roll 09/01/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Shot List: Pans from the oval of the Quad, Hoover tower, the church 9:41:18; Close-up of Hoover tower to wide of the Quad and Memorial Church 10:09:00
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04-0901-2 Sand Hill Road Project, Ramp & Reconstruction, Santa Cruz Ave Closure 09/01/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Footage of San Hill Road widening project. A short section of Santa Cruz ave at Sand Hill Road is closed. Footage contains trucks passing, traffic passing.
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04-0902-1 SAFOD Media Day, Drill Site 09/16/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Scientists, politicians and reporters were given a rare tour of the EarthScope San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth (SAFOD) in Parkfield, California. Drilling began last June, led by a research team from Stanford and the U.S. Geological Survey. Invited guests toured the 200-foot-tall SAFOD drilling rig, which is located on the Pacific tectonic plate about 1.2 miles west of the San Andreas Fault. When completed, the 2-mile-deep observatory will pass directly through the fault from the Pacific plate into the North American plate, giving scientists a unique opportunity to monitor seismic events within an active earthquake zone. Interview with Mark Zoback, principal investigator of SAFOD, and Stephen Hickman of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
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04-0915-1 Vivecon Corporation, Web Reel 09/15/2004

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Length: 00:04:11
Web Reel for Vivecon, a Palo Alto Company. Vivecon was founded in 2000 by several graduates of Stanford University's Management Sciences Doctorate program. The company's breakthrough approach applies stochastic processes and real options theory to quantify and manage supply chain risk and uncertainty.
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04-0916-1 VIPs and Media Tour SAFOD drill site 09/16/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Scientists, politicians and reporters were given a rare tour of the EarthScope San Andreas Fault Observatory at Depth (SAFOD) in Parkfield, California. Drilling began last June, led by a research team from Stanford and the U.S. Geological Survey. Invited guests toured the 200-foot-tall SAFOD drilling rig, which is located on the Pacific tectonic plate about 1.2 miles west of the San Andreas Fault. When completed, the 2-mile-deep observatory will pass directly through the fault from the Pacific plate into the North American plate, giving scientists a unique opportunity to monitor seismic events within an active earthquake zone.
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04-0920-1 114th Convocation 09/20/04

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Weaving a biography of Theodore Roosevelt into his speech during Monday's 114th Opening Convocation, President John Hennessy implored the 1,650 freshmen and 78 transfer students seated with their parents in the Main Quad to strive to emulate the former U.S. president's many achievements and harbor an equally unquenchable thirst for knowledge. Other speakers included John Bravman, vice provost for undergraduate education, and Sung-Woo Cho, who graduates this year and served as head orientation coordinator for the freshmen Class of 2008 and transfer students. Robin Mamlet, who announced last month that she would be stepping down as dean of admission and financial aid in June, was the first speaker. In what was her last convocation address, Mamlet reminded the new students that they have been given a rare opportunity.
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04-0920-2 President Hennessy and Student Staff greet freshmen 09/20/2004

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President John Hennessy and student staff from Florence Moore Hall welcome incoming freshmen with much fanfare during the kickoff of New Student Orientation on Monday morning.
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04-0922-1a New Student Orientation, "Thinking about Thinking: What is News?" 09/22/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Stanford's class of 2008 heard from a panel of scholars who agreed that political discourse has suffered with the ascent of news programs that are something akin to shouting matches. "Knowledge suffers as a result because you don't get the reasons behind the positions," said panelist Debra Satz, associate professor of philosophy. The Sept. 22 panel, "Thinking about Thinking: What is News," was presented as part of the 2004 New Student Orientation. It also featured Geoffrey Nunberg, a consulting professor of linguistics, and Morris Fiorina, the Wendt Family Professor of Political Science. The discussion was moderated by Michael Krasny, host KQED radio's "Forum" program.
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04-0922-1b New Student Orientation, "Thinking about Thinking: What is News?" 09/22/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Stanford's class of 2008 heard from a panel of scholars who agreed that political discourse has suffered with the ascent of news programs that are something akin to shouting matches. "Knowledge suffers as a result because you don't get the reasons behind the positions," said panelist Debra Satz, associate professor of philosophy. The Sept. 22 panel, "Thinking about Thinking: What is News," was presented as part of the 2004 New Student Orientation. It also featured Geoffrey Nunberg, a consulting professor of linguistics, and Morris Fiorina, the Wendt Family Professor of Political Science. The discussion was moderated by Michael Krasny, host KQED radio's "Forum" program.
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04-0929-1 Daphne Koller, MacArthur Fellowship Winner 09/29/2004

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Daphne Koller, associate professor of computer science at Stanford, is honored with MacArthur Fellowship for Work Using Computational Method
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04-1001-1 Lorry Lokey Lab Dedication, Cut Story 10/01/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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A dedication ceremony was held Oct. 1 for the new Lorry I. Lokey Laboratory for Chemistry and Biological Sciences, an 87,000-square-foot building designed to be the most research-intensive science facility on campus. Speakers included Stanford University President John Hennessy, School of Humanities & Sciences Dean Sharon Long, University Trustee Burton J. McMurtry and Lorry Lokey,'49, chair and CEO of Business Wire.
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04-1001-2 Lokey Lab Dedication 10/01/2004

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A dedication ceremony was held Oct. 1 for the new Lorry I. Lokey Laboratory for Chemistry and Biological Sciences, an 87,000-square-foot building designed to be the most research-intensive science facility on campus. Speakers included Stanford University President John Hennessy, School of Humanities & Sciences Dean Sharon Long, University Trustee Burton J. McMurtry and Lorry Lokey,'49, chair and CEO of Business Wire.
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04-1006-1 Trustees Demo Clip Reel, Zoback, Robinson, Diamond 10/06/2004

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News stories from external media for trustees. Interviews with Mark Robinson of Hoover Institution on News Hour with Jim Lehrer, Mark Zoback, and Larry Diamond.
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04-1009-1 Trustees Demo Reel 10/19/2004

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Footage for trustees of John Rick, anthropology professor, at Chavín de Huántar in Peru. It is an archeological dig. The footage was originally for an unproduced story.
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04-1011-1 Earle Trustees Demo Reel, Master GD 10/11/2004

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Length: 00:04:00
Trustees Demo Reel with Gordon Earle, Vice President of Public Affairs.
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04-1020-1a Philip Zelikow, 9/11 Commission, 4 Major Failures 10/20/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Philip Zelikow said there were four major government failures leading up no security, and the disaster of September 11 2001. At Kresge Auditorium, the executive director of the 9/11 commission told listeners at a Stanford Institute for International Studies seminar Oct. 20th the government, and the American people, have to consider the post 9/11 crisis one that will require permanent long-term attention. The government is not yet "in the 21st Century," adding that security should have been the watchword. Without security, he said, there would be no liberty in the future.
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04-1020-1b Philip Zelikow, 9/11 Commission, 4 Major Failures 10/20/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Philip Zelikow said there were four major government failures leading up no security, and the disaster of September 11 2001. At Kresge Auditorium, the executive director of the 9/11 commission told listeners at a Stanford Institute for International Studies seminar Oct. 20th the government, and the American people, have to consider the post 9/11 crisis one that will require permanent long-term attention. The government is not yet "in the 21st Century," adding that security should have been the watchword. Without security, he said, there would be no liberty in the future.
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04-1022-1a Judicial Panel, Larry Kramer, Stephen Breyer 10/22/2004

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Larry Kramer, dean of the Law School, moderates a panel discussion on judicial independence with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer; Ronald George, chief justice of the California Supreme Court; and Ninth Circuit Judge Pamela Rymer.
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04-1022-1b Judicial Panel, Larry Kramer, Stephen Breyer 10/22/2004

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Larry Kramer, dean of the Law School, moderates a panel discussion on judicial independence with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer; Ronald George, chief justice of the California Supreme Court; and Ninth Circuit Judge Pamela Rymer.
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04-1026-1 Stanford Institute for International Studies, Last Session and Dinner 10/26/2004

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Private dinner of the Stanford Institute for International Studies.
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04-1104-1a Mohamed ElBaradei of IAEA, Drell Lecture 11/04/2004

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IAEA Director-General Mohamed ElBaradei delivered the annual Drell Lecture at Kresge Auditorium on Nov. 4. ElBaradei oversees international inspections enforcing provisions of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and related arms control agreements. His lecture, "Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Arms Control: The Road Ahead," was sponsored by the Center for International Security and Cooperation at the Stanford Institute for International Studies.
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04-1104-1b Mohamed ElBaradei of IAEA, Drell Lecture 11/04/2004

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IAEA Director-General Mohamed ElBaradei delivered the annual Drell Lecture at Kresge Auditorium on Nov. 4. ElBaradei oversees international inspections enforcing provisions of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and related arms control agreements. His lecture, "Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Arms Control: The Road Ahead," was sponsored by the Center for International Security and Cooperation at the Stanford Institute for International Studies.
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04-1109-1 Jindong Cai orchestra rehearses Beethoven concert 11/09/2004

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Conductor Jindong Cai rehearses Beethoven's Violin Concerto in D with members of the student Stanford Symphony, including soloist Tai Jin Lee, as they prepare for the first concert of the academic year, scheduled for Nov. 20. [Tape lists time as 9 p.m.]
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04-1109-2 Jindong Cai interview & violin rehearsal 11/09/2004

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Interview with Stanford Symphony conductor Jindong Cai; violin rehearsal
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04-1109-3a Gary Langer, ABC Director of Polling, IRiSS 11/09/2004

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Gary Langer, director of polling for ABC News, spoke at "The 2004 American Presidential Election: Voter Decision-Making in a Complex World," the inaugural conference of the new Institute for Research in the Social Sciences (IRiSS), where he shed light on the 2004 presidential race.
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04-1109-3b Gary Langer, ABC Director of Polling, IRiSS 11/09/2004

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Gary Langer, director of polling for ABC News, spoke at "The 2004 American Presidential Election: Voter Decision-Making in a Complex World," the inaugural conference of the new Institute for Research in the Social Sciences (IRiSS), where he shed light on the 2004 presidential race.
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04-1111-1 Jindong Cai orchestra rehearsal 11/11/2004

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Length: 00:03;23
Conductor Jindong Cai rehearses Beethoven's Violin Concerto in D with members of the student Stanford Symphony as they prepare for the first concert of the academic year, scheduled for Nov. 20. Filmed on stage in cello section
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04-1115-1a "Network News and Presidential Elections" Panel, Knight Fellowships 11/15/2004

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At the event, "Network News and Presidential Elections," sponsored by the John S. Knight Fellowships for Professional Journalists, News division presidents Andrew Heyward of CBS News, left, Neal Shapiro of NBC News, middle, and David Westin of ABC News, right, discussed media coverage of the 2004 presidential election, and discussed the lack of pre-war scrutiny about Iraq and weapons of mass destruction. The discussion at Cubberley Auditorium Nov. 15 was sponsored by the Knight Fellowships for Professional Journalists and was moderated by Richard Wald, a former executive at NBC and ABC news and now a professor of journalism at Columbia University.
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04-1115-1b "Network News and Presidential Elections" Panel, Knight Fellowships 11/15/2004

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At the event, "Network News and Presidential Elections," sponsored by the John S. Knight Fellowships for Professional Journalists, News division presidents Andrew Heyward of CBS News, left, Neal Shapiro of NBC News, middle, and David Westin of ABC News, right, discussed media coverage of the 2004 presidential election, and discussed the lack of pre-war scrutiny about Iraq and weapons of mass destruction. The discussion at Cubberley Auditorium Nov. 15 was sponsored by the Knight Fellowships for Professional Journalists and was moderated by Richard Wald, a former executive at NBC and ABC news and now a professor of journalism at Columbia University.
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04-1119-1 Hennessy on Charlie Rose uncut 11/19/2004

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President Hennessy on Charlie Rose Show uncut
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04-1119-2 Hennessy on Charlie Rose demo reel 11/19/2004

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President Hennessy on Charlie Rose Show demo reel prepared for trustees
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04-1119-3 Hennessy on Charlie Rose 11/19/2004

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Length: 00:60:00
President Hennessy on Charlie Rose Show A discussion about technology and globalization from the TechNet summit. Guests include: John Hennessy, President of Stanford University, Carly Fiorina, the Chairman & CEO of Hewlett-Packard, and Bing Gordon, Co-Founder, Executive Vice President & Chief Creative Officer of Electronic Arts.
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04-1202-1 ASIMO, Robot, Memorial Auditorium 12/02/2004

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Length: 01:00:00
ASIMO, which is billed as the world's most advanced humanoid robot, is on a nationwide tour and recently arrived at Stanford. Developed by Honda Motor Co. Ltd., the robot starred in several recent demonstrations at Memorial Auditorium. Interview John Aney
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04-1203-1 ASIMO, Robot, John Aney, Interview 12/03/2004

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Interview with John Aney, Assistant Director, Product Realization Network about ASIMO. ASIMO, which is billed as the world's most advanced humanoid robot, is on a nationwide tour and recently arrived at Stanford. Developed by Honda Motor Co. Ltd., the robot starred in several recent demonstrations in Memorial Auditorium.
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04-1208-1a Residential Dining Chefs have "Iron Chef" competition 12/08/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

The Toque, Stanford's version of the "Iron Chef" competition, was held in Tresidder Union and hosted by Residential and Dining Enterprises. Jeff Rosen, John Monteleone, Steve Mesa, Burak Epir, and Mikhail Shvartz competed. The culinary challenge had to feature lamb.
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04-1208-1b Residential Dining Chefs have "Iron Chef" competition 12/08/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

The Toque, Stanford's version of the "Iron Chef" competition, was held in Tresidder Union and hosted by Residential and Dining Enterprises. Jeff Rosen, John Monteleone, Steve Mesa, Burak Epir, and Mikhail Shvartz competed. The culinary challenge had to feature lamb.
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04-1214-1 Google Book Scanning, Andrew Herkovic interviewed 12/14/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

The agreement this week between Stanford and Google to digitize university library materials will catapult the university's digital output "from the boutique scale to the truly industrial," says University Librarian Michael Keller. His colleague, Andrew Herkovic, who supervises foundation relations and strategic projects, says digitizing massive amounts of information will save researchers valuable time. While under the new collaboration Google is expected to operate scanning facilities off campus, Stanford Libraries have been digitizing materials on site since 2002, using advanced robotic technology, Herkovic explains.
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04-1228-1 Indian Ocean Tsunami, Greg Boardman 12/28/2004

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Statement by Greg Boardman, Dean of Students, about the Indian Ocean Tsunami and lost student James Hsu.
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05-0105-1 Tsunami noontime vigil Memorial Church 1/5/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

A noontime vigil was held Thursday, Jan. 5 2005, in Memorial Church in honor of those affected by the Dec. 26, 2004 tsunami. The service was organized by the Office for Religious Life and featured speeches by the Rev. William "Scotty" McLennan and President John Hennessy, and prayers led by the Rev. Joanne Sanders and Rabbi Patricia Karlin-Neumann.
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05-0131-1 Stanford dormitories, B-Roll 01/31/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:08:17
Footage of Stanford dormitories (dorms) and students.
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05-0201-1 Bike Helmets, Fifteen Dollar Deal 02/01/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford's Parking and Transportation Services is sponsoring a deal on bicycle helmets: $15 for a stylish but protective lid. Bike Program Coordinator Carolyn Helmke says it's a bargain, considering the live-saving benefits of a helmet in an accident. About 400 helmets are available--first come, first served--at the Campus Bike Shop on Salvatierra Walk.
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05-0207-1 Math Professor, Jo Boaler, Interview 02/07/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Associate Professor of Mathematics Education Jo Boaler says when teachers at a Bay Area urban high school created an innovative math curriculum designed to help all students excel, the teens outperformed peers at two wealthier schools that followed traditional math programs. The five-year study found that the disadvantaged students liked math more and reached higher levels of math than the better-off high school students. Despite this success, the urban students didn't do as well on state multiple-choice exams, which Boaler says test knowledge of English as much as mathematical ability. As a result, the reform-oriented program may have difficulty expanding statewide, she says, because public education in California is driven by a test-score system.
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05-0211-1 Paul Volcker, Thomas Friedman, SIEPR 2nd annual summit, full speeches 2/11/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 01:00:00
Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) 2nd annual summit, Feb. 11, 2005; Paul Volcker, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, keynote address; Thomas Friedman, New York Times columnist, speech; 1 hour
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05-0211-2a Charles Yanofsky, National Medal of Science Party / Tribute 2/11/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

After winning the National Medal of Science, Charles Yanofsky, the Morris Herzstein Professor of Biology, Emeritus, celebrates with his grandson, Nicholas.
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05-0211-2b Charles Yanofsky, National Medal of Science Party / Tribute 2/11/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:46:00
After winning the National Medal of Science, Charles Yanofsky, the Morris Herzstein Professor of Biology, Emeritus, celebrates with his grandson, Nicholas.
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05-0211-3 Whole Earth Systems symposium SteveFest (Stephen Schneider 60th) 02/11/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Delegates from around the world attended the Whole Earth Systems symposium on climate change at Stanford Feb. 10-12, 2005. The interdisciplinary conference, dubbed "SteveFest," coincided with the 60th birthday of Stanford climatologist Stephen Schneider. Held at the Schwab Residential Center.
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05-0220-1a Robert MacNeil Do You Speak American? Baugh & Nass 02/20/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Education professors John Baugh and communication professor Clifford Nass were interviewed for a documentary called Do You Speak American? that premiered Jan. 5 on the Public Broadcasting Service. Journalist Robert MacNeil interviewed Baugh in Detroit about linguistic profiling; and Nass about the future of voice-activated technology.
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05-0220-1b Robert MacNeil Do You Speak American? Baugh & Nass 02/20/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Education professors John Baugh and communication professor Clifford Nass were interviewed for a documentary called Do You Speak American? that premiered Jan. 5 on the Public Broadcasting Service. Journalist Robert MacNeil interviewed Baugh in Detroit about linguistic profiling; and Nass about the future of voice-activated technology.
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05-0220-2 Mechanical pterosaur pre-flight test (Nat'l Geo) 2/20/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Between 65- and 200-million years ago, pterosaurs (flying reptiles) populated the sky. But only a few days ago, a pterosaur (albeit a mechanical one) was spotted gliding along Serra Mall (albeit attached to the back of a pickup truck). The pre-flight test was being filmed by National Geographic as a part of a special program scheduled to air next year. Video may contain interviews with: National Geographic producer John Rubin; engineering assistant professor Margot Gerritsen
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05-0224-1a Bill Lane Center for the Study of the North American West public forum 02/24/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s)

Scope and Content Note

The event, co-sponsored by the John S. Knight Professional Journalism Fellowships Program, brought together reporters, policymakers and academics to discuss ways to foster a stronger national voice for the region. Present at the forum: Bill Lane, David Kennedy, Kevin Starr (state librarian emeritus), Richard White
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05-0224-1b Bill Lane Center for the Study of the North American West public forum 02/24/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s)

Scope and Content Note

The event, co-sponsored by the John S. Knight Professional Journalism Fellowships Program, brought together reporters, policymakers and academics to discuss ways to foster a stronger national voice for the region. Present at the forum: Bill Lane, David Kennedy, Kevin Starr (state librarian emeritus), Richard White
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05-0301-1 James Hsu clips edited, External Sources 03/01/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:04:31
Outside news clips of James W. Hsu, Second-year MBA student at the Graduate School of Business. He died in the Indian Ocean tsunami.
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05-0309-1b Zbigniew Brzezinski Oksenberg Lecture 03/09/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Zbigniew Brzezinski, who served as national security adviser to President Jimmy Carter, delivered the Oksenberg Lecture March 9 at the Bechtel Conference Center. Presented by the Stanford Institute for International Studies, the lecture was titled "America and the New Asia.
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05-0314-1 MSNBC Hardball Arnold Schwarzenegger on gay marriage ruling 3/14/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:02:48
MSNBC's "Hardball College Tour" stop at Stanford: "Hardball" host Chris Matthews interviewed Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger Monday in Memorial Auditorium, the first guest for the talk show's "Tough Guy Week." Responding to a question about the March 14 San Francisco County Superior Court ruling declaring the state's ban on gay marriage unconstitutional, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger told "Hardball" talk-show host Chris Matthews, "I don't believe in gay marriage, I believe in partnerships." But he said that if the California Supreme Court were to rule in favor of gay marriage, he would not challenge the decision by trying to change the state constitution.
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05-0314-2 Hardball Matthews Schwarzenegger Air Record 3/14/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

MSNBC's "Hardball College Tour" stop at Stanford: "Hardball" host Chris Matthews interviewed Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger Monday in Memorial Auditorium, the first guest for the talk show's "Tough Guy Week." [ It is labeled as "AIR RECORD".]
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05-0314-3 Protest against Gov. Schwarzenegger MemAud 03/14/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

About 200 protesters demonstrating against policy proposals of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger held aloft signs and chanted outside Memorial Auditorium, where the governor was being interviewed March 14 by MSNBC talk-show host Chris Matthews for a live broadcast of "Hardball College Tour.
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05-0314-4 Protest against Gov. Schwarzenegger MemAud 3/14/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

About 200 protesters demonstrating against policy proposals of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger held aloft signs and chanted outside Memorial Auditorium, where the governor was being interviewed March 14 by MSNBC talk-show host Chris Matthews for a live broadcast of "Hardball College Tour.
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05-0314-5 National Medal of Science ceremony for Charles Yanofsky at White House 03/14/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Charles Yanofsky, the Morris Herzstein Professor of Biology, Emeritus, was awarded the National Medal of Science during a March 14 ceremony at the White House, with President George Bush
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05-0329-1 Events and Labor Services 03/29/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:04:45
Events and Labor Services master
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05-0331-1 Hennessy's State of the University Address 03/31/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:45:00
Hennessy's State of the University Address. President John Hennessy spoke at the annual meeting of the Academic Council on March 31, 2005, in Cubberley Auditorium. approx 45 minutes
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05-0407-1 Campus scenes from Hoover Cloud Deck (Observation Platform) 04/07/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Campus Scenes from Hoover Cloud Deck of the main quad and other areas. B-Roll
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05-0410-1 Community Day (shot by Alan Acosta) 04/10/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Thousands of visitors stepped onto campus Sunday to enjoy the sunshine and Community Day festivities, which included everything from Frisbee tossing in the Oval to pony rides by the Burghers.
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05-0410-2 Community Day (Wide shots; shot by Jack Hubbard) 04/10/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Thousands of visitors stepped onto campus Sunday to enjoy the sunshine and Community Day festivities, which included everything from Frisbee tossing in the Oval to pony rides by the Burghers. Community Day; parade; mausoleum; "Jane" Stanford; speeches
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05-0412-1 Community Day cut piece 04/12/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Thousands of visitors stepped onto campus Sunday to enjoy the sunshine and Community Day festivities, which included everything from Frisbee tossing in the Oval to pony rides by the Burghers. Community Day Cut Piece Piece 1: no supers Piece 2: supers
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05-0420-1 Tuna Research and Conservation Center (TRCC) video for Stanford 04/20/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Tuna Research and Conservation Center (TRCC) video (a joint collaboration between Stanford and the Monterey Bay Aquarium) Business card inserted in video case: Mimi Hahn, Public Relations Manager, Monterey Bay Aquarium; presumption is that Monterey Bay Aquarium made the video for Stanford
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05-0428-1a Take Our Sons and Daughters to Work Day, News Service program 04/28/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Tatiana Stinchi, Alyssa Rivera, Christina Winn, Marisa Hardwicke, Kayla Winters, Diana Liu, Vera Czernichowska and Zoe Davis participated in "Extra, Extra! Create a Newspaper" at the News Service as part of Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work day
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05-0428-1b Take Our Sons and Daughters to Work Day, News Service program 04/28/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Tatiana Stinchi, Alyssa Rivera, Christina Winn, Marisa Hardwicke, Kayla Winters, Diana Liu, Vera Czernichowska and Zoe Davis participated in "Extra, Extra! Create a Newspaper" at the News Service as part of Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work day
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05-0502-1 Campus B-roll 05/02/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Footage of campus for inserts.
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05-0506-1 Philip Zelikow at Stanford Institute for International Studies 05/06/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Philip Zelikow, counselor of the Department of State and former executive director of the 9/11 commission, speaks at Institute for International Studies' International Day: Challenges in a New Era
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05-0513-1 Stanford Racing Team, Stanley B-roll 5/13/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:14:33
Stanford Racing Team, Stanley B-roll Stanley is a modified Volkswagen Touareg that will be the university's entrant in a 175-mile driverless race across the Mojave Desert scheduled for Oct. 8. 2005
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05-0513-2 Stanford Racing Team's Stanley trains for 2005 DARPA Grand Challenge B-roll 5/13/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:08:00
Stanford Racing Team, Stanley B-roll Stanley is a modified Volkswagen Touareg that will be the university's entrant in a 175-mile driverless race across the Mojave Desert scheduled for Oct. 8. 2005 Footage may be from: Mohr, Davidow Ventures / video production: Jack Hubbard [Label states: Stanford Racing Team's "Stanley" Trains for the 2005 DARPA Challenge b-roll trt:8 min.]
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05-0517-1 Iraqi students arrive at SFO 05/17/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Shava Ibrahim, an architecture student at Koya University in Suleimanyah, Iraq is greeted at San Francisco Airport by the members of the Stanford Iraq Student Exchange Program as Shayan Shair, a student in business and construction management at Salahaddin University in Erbil, Iraq, looks on. Four students spent 10 days in Stanford, touring San Francisco, and meeting government officials in Sacramento May 17-26 as representatives of the first ever Stanford Iraq Student exchange.
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05-0518-1a Amy Blue Awards 2005 05/18/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

2005 Amy Blue Award ceremony, Lagunita Courtyard award winners: Jody Nyberg, Freshman Dean's Office; Frank "Mo" Miranda, Fire Marshal's Office; Annunziata "Lucy" Maestrini, Custodian, Confidant, Mentor, Roble Hall.
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05-0518-1b Amy Blue Awards 2005 05/18/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

2005 Amy Blue Award ceremony, Lagunita Courtyard award winners: Jody Nyberg, Freshman Dean's Office; Frank "Mo" Miranda, Fire Marshal's Office; Annunziata "Lucy" Maestrini, Custodian, Confidant, Mentor, Roble Hall.
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05-0520-1 Iraqi students visit with Professor Sapolsky 05/20/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Members of the Stanford Iraq Student Exchange Program visit Professor Robert M. Sapolsky .
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05-0520-2 Iraqi students visit with Professor Lunsford 05/20/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Members of the Stanford Iraq Student Exchange Program visit Professor Andrea Lunsford.
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05-0520-3 Larry Summers SIEPR talk Encina (long version) 05/20/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 01:12:00
Harvard President Lawrence Summers May 20 talk in Encina Hall sponsored by Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)
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05-0520-4 Larry Summers SIEPR talk Encina (shorter version) 05/20/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:02:12
Harvard President Lawrence Summers May 20 talk in Encina Hall sponsored by Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)
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05-0521-1 Iraqi students visit San Francisco 05/21/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Iraqi students visit San Francisco and ride a cable car. Four Iraqi students spent 10 days in Stanford, touring San Francisco, and meeting government officials in Sacramento May 17-26 as representatives of the first ever Stanford Iraq Student exchange.
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05-0523-1 Iraqi students meet President Hennessy 05/23/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Members of the Stanford Iraq Student Exchange Program meet with President John Hennessy.
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05-0523-2 Iraqi students tour Stanford 05/23/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Members of the Stanford Iraq Student Exchange Program tour Stanford.
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05-0523-3a Iraqi students forum with Diamond and Evers 05/23/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Members of the Stanford Iraq Student Exchange Program on forum with Larry Diamond and Bill Evers.
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05-0523-3b Iraqi students forum with Diamond and Evers 05/23/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Members of the Stanford Iraq Student Exchange Program on forum with Larry Diamond and Bill Evers.
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05-0524-1 Iraqi students visit Sacramento 05/24/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford-Iraq Student Exchange (SISE) from May 17 to 26; Sacramento side trip where students met with government officials
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05-0524-2 Iraqi students visit Sacramento, meet with Controller & Secretary of State 05/24/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford-Iraq Student Exchange (SISE) from May 17 to 26; Sacramento side trip where students met with government officials including California Secretary of State Bruce McPherson and Controller Steve Westly
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05-0922-1 Stanford Racing Team's "Stanley" Trains for the 2005 DARPA Grand Challenge, B-Roll, Dub 09/22/2005

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:08:00
Footage of Stanley. Stanley is a modified Volkswagen Touareg that will be the university's entrant in a 175-mile driverless race across the Mojave Desert scheduled for Oct. 8. 2005. Labeled with: For more information contact Pamela Mahoney 408-674-6997 pmahoney@mdv.com, Transvideo Studios Mountain View, Ca. Tel (650) 965-4898 www.transvideo.com [There is a card included for Pamela Mahoney, Marketing Director at Mohr Davidow Ventures
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06-1113-4 Robot, Cut piece, B-roll, SOT's (D) 11/13/2006

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:04:27
4. Cut Piece 5. B-Roll; 6. SOTs; Andrew Ng, assistant professor of computer science, leads the wireless Stanford Artificial Intelligence Robot (STAIR) project.
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970400-IC InterChange: Osheroff, Douglas 1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)
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92-0318-1 Stanford Chooses New President 03/18/1992

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Tape lists: San Francisco Oakland, and San Jose (Schedule Enclosed) [unfortunately, schedule is not enclosed. Tape is from video monitoring service and contains local news stories.]
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93-0128-1 HCEN, Norman Shumway: The Vision of Perseus (Dub) 01/28/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:21:44
HCEN (Healthcare Education Network), Norman Shumway: The Vision of Perseus (Dub), Audio: 1 & 2 S Job# 285; Piece about Norman Shumway who was a pioneer of heart surgery and the first doctor to perform a heart transplant. He retired in 1993, the year of the video. Produced by: San Francisco Production Group, 550 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA 94107 , 415-495-5595
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93-0322-1 Russian Political Crisis Discussed 03/22/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

MacNeil Lehrer Newshour, 3/22/92 PBS 7-8:00 PM 22:34 NBC Nightly News 3/22/92 NBC 6:30-7:00 PM 1:46
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93-0325-1 Stanford Students Say Good Morning America 03/25/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:00:19
Good Morning America, ABC-TV Network, March 25, 1993, 8:00 - 9:00 AM
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93-0407-1 Super Highways of the Future, MacNeil Lehrer Newshour 04/07/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:09:00
Story on PBS's MacNeil Lehrer Newshour, April 7, 1993, 7:00 pm,
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93-0428-1 State of the University Address, Gerhard Casper 04/28/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 01:17:00
President Gerhard Casper's State of the University Address in Kresge Auditorium. [I believe that this is the wrong date and that the state of the University occurred on the 29th.]
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93-0429-1 State of the University Address, Gerhard Casper 04/29/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 01:30:00
President Gerhard Casper's State of the University Address in Kresge Auditorium.
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94-1012-3 GPS Landing System: Crow's Landing B-Roll, Master (11), (2), (4) 10/12/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Footage from the cockpit of an GPS autopilot landing. [It is labeled as 11, 2 and 4 in different locations.] Touch & Go's on Runway
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ZZ0008 Anger Management 11/09/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

A series of clips about violence in JR. and High Schools. Profiles anger management classes for youth. Prevention Specialist Tammy Malone and Treatment Counselor Larry Killen speak about the program
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ZZ0009 Father Patrick Labelle, September 11th Memorial Service 09/14/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford's Father Patrick Labelle talks about the memorial services that were held at Stanford for the Sept.11th victims
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ZZ0010 Bay Area Backroads, David Kennedy 08/14/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Walking tour of the campus. Narrated by Prof.David Kennedy
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ZZ0011 Pehong Chen Donation 03/06/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Pehong Chen, founder and CEO of BroadVision, and his wife, Adele, will donate $15 million to Stanford to establish a new institute for the study of particle astrophysics and cosmology. The institute will capitalize on the strengths and worldwide reputation of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) and the university's Physics and Applied Physics Departments. 1. News channel 11 at 5:30 03/06/2001 KNTV-TV San Jose 5:30pm 0:43; 2. WB Primetime News Page Two 03/06/2001 KNTV-TV San Jose 10:30pm 0:43; 3. Tech News Today 03/07/2001 KNTV-TV San Jose 5:00 am 0:54; 4. News 03/06/2001 KTSF-TV San Jose 2:35
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ZZ0012 Phone threats, Simon Posada 3/29/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Over the last four years, more than 400 Stanford women have been the victims of lewd, harassing phone calls. The perpetrator: a man who called himself "Oscar." On March 29, Stanford police arrested Simon Posada, 28, of San Mateo and charged him with 17 counts of electronic eavesdropping and two counts of felony terroristic threats. Police believe that the more than 400 phone-harassment reports they have on record are just 10 to 15 percent of the total number of calls Posada made since 1995. He apparently culled information from students' web pages and kept it on computer disks at his apartment, police say. The suspect has no Stanford affiliation.
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ZZ0013 Good Morning America at Stanford 11/10/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:49:00
Lots of campus scenery, and airels. George Shultz speaks about the campus.
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ZZ0014 Steven Chu, Nobel Prize Physics 10/15/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Steven Chu of Stanford wins the Noble Prize for Physics
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ZZ0015 Summit in Silicon Valley, Jerry Yang 02/27/2002

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Internet growth, Jerry Yang of Stanford is a panelist
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ZZ0016 Hospital Super Computer, ABC News 02/16/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:06:00
ABC Special on computers that map out operations for hospital that also show results of operations before they occur.
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ZZ0017 Computer Security Attack, "Coolio" 02/15/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Computers at Stanford are attacked by "Coolio". Clinton calls a summit to talk about fixing the problem
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ZZ0018 Zimbardo's Prison Experiment, CBS 60 Minutes 08/30/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Phil Zimbardo's prison experiment was a mock prison at what is now Jordan Hall. The experiment got out of control. The subjects speak about the experience
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ZZ0019 Lorry Lokey Lab Groundbreaking 02/28/2002

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:01:47
Lorry Lokey Lab groundbreaking day. Introduction to the lab and its purpose.
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ZZ0020 Zimbabwean Presidential Election 03/13/2002

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Zimbabwean Presidential candidate Morgan Tsvangirai argues that the election was fake. Ray Choto of Stanford also believes the race was flawed.
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ZZ0021 Crime and Punishment, Nightline 08/16/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Ted Koppel shows what prison life is like. he talks with convicted murder James K. Polk III about his time and the activity in the South Carolina Maximum Security Prison
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ZZ0022 Stanford Terrorism Panel, part 1 undated

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 1:00:00
Discussion on the war on terrorism and if we are in danger of losing, or should we back out.
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ZZ0023 Stanford Terrorism Panel, pt.2 undated

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Continued ... Discussion on the war on terrorism and if we are in danger of losing, or should we back out
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ZZ0024 Harmonic Contrast Imaging 06/17/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

A new way of detecting heart attacks and testing patients more accurately using an ultrasound like device.
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ZZ0025 Mary McAleese, President of Ireland 09/20/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Mary McAleese, President of Ireland speaks about Stanford.
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ZZ0026 Kathleen Sullivan, Paula Jones Case undated

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 01:12:13
Kathleen Sullivan ( Law Professor at Stanford University ) talks about how the Paula Jones' case should by held after President Clinton's term is over.
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ZZ0027 Dr. Greg Albers, Irregular Heartbeats 02/03/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Dr. Greg Albers ( Stanford Medical Team ) talk about how irregular heartbeat are not always bad.
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ZZ0028 Pam Karlan, 2000 Presidential Race 11/27/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Pam Karlan ( Stanford Law Prof.) talks about how the courts should not be involved with the 2000 presidential race.
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ZZ0029 Ed Carryer, Bay Area Focus 07/28/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Prof. Ed Carryer is the focus in this special about how his students go on to start their own companies.
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ZZ0030 Older women have children after menopause 04/23/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

older women having babies after menopause. new mother Judy Bershak, 50, is a focus. Mary Lake Polan gives her outlook.
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ZZ0031 Stanford Integrity Beacon undated

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:14:12
Stanford student have figured out a way of landing planes in bad weather. Stanford students tap into GPS to do so.
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93-0520-1 Stanford University Hospital presents to Menlo Clinic 05/20/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:19:42
Healthcare Education Network, Stanford University Hospital Presents to Menlo Clinic, Labeled on the tape as: Stanford University Medical Center Presents to Menlo Clinic Add PERSP (Version C) #30428
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93-0526-2 The Queen of Thailand, VHS Dub 05/26/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Queen Sirikit of Thailand receives Woman of the Year award. It has a Post-it note with the Hubbard on it.
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93-0613-1 Stanford Commencement 1993 06/13/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

1993 Stanford Commencement. At the Stanford Stadium, with highlights from the plaque ceremony, baccalaureate, and class day. Dianne Feinstein was the speaker
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93-0621-1 Petri in Prime, Dr. Edward Teller 06/21/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

[Title is believed to be Petri in Prime, Dr. Edward Teller, but no further information is available.]
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93-0901-1 GMA Site Survey 09/01/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

[No further information is available. It might be a tape scouting for locations of the Good Morning America shoot in November. ]
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93-0904-1 Stanford / Washington University Game, Lexus 09/04/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

News Story from KGO-TV (ABC) San Francisco, 1:41 PM, 3:00
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93-0919-1 Alvin Rabushka Interview, Israel Spending Policies 09/19/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:14:30
Alvin Rabushka with Hoover Institution at Stanford University is interviewed on Inside Business, CNN at 11:30pm. This was recorded by Advertising Information Services.
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93-0921-1 Michael McFaul, Alian Enthoven, News clips 09/21/1993 - 09/23/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

1. Segment with Michael McFaul, McNeil-Lehrer News Hour, 9/21/93, WNET, 7:00 PM, (20:20), Yeltsin Parliamentary Crisis 2. Segment with Alian Enthoven, McNeil-Lehrer News our 9/23/93, WNET, 7:00 PM, (45:10), President Clinton's Health Plan
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93-1110-2 Good Morning America at Stanford 11/10/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:49:00
Good Morning America, an ABC television show, filmed at the Stanford campus. [No more information is available about this show.]
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93-1110-4 ABC's "Good Morning America" visits Stanford 11/10/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Good Morning America, an ABC television show, filmed at the Stanford campus. [No more information is available about this show.]
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93-1200-1 Stanford Football 1993 12/00/1993

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:11:00
Football recruiting tape. It contains a card of Scott Schuhmann, Athletic Services Coordinator
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94-0000-2 Stanford Promo Fall 1994 1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:00:30
Stanford Promo, Fall 1994 [No further information is available. It was labeled as ZZ0116, with Condoleezza Rice, and as U-Matic tape. It is vhs.]
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94-0111-1 Opening of Stanford Linear Accelerator 01/11/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:06:00
News Stories about the Opening of the Asymmetric B-Factory at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, VHS Dub
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94-0111-2 Healthcare Education Network, Tribute to Peter Bing 01/11/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:14:27
Healthcare Education Network, Tribute to Peter Bing Dub, Audio: 1&2 Mono Job# 1103 TCN:2123 Peter Bing, class of 1955, was a chairman of Stanford's board. He funded the Bing Nursery School at Stanford and other building projects. A post-it note on the case states: Background for Uncommon Man - Mr. C will introduce this tribute to Peter Bing. There is also a card for Sandra Detert Cover at Stanford Associates with a note to return the tape to her. Produced by: San Francisco Production Group, 550 Bryant Street, San Francisco, Ca 94107 415-495-5595
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94-0111-3 SLAC, B-Factory Inauguration 01/11/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 01:10:00
Inauguration of the Asymmetric B-Factory at Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC).
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94-0214-1 Farm Subsidies and Loans, Nightline 02/14/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:30:00
News story from Nightline, ABC-TV Network, 11:30 PM 30:00
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94-0215-1 Storage of Hazardous Waste on Stanford Campus 02/15/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:02:18
"Storage of Hazardous Waste on Stanford Campus" News Story, Good Morning San Jose, KNTV-TV (ABC), San Jose, 6am, 2:18
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94-0413-1 Minority Administrators 04/13/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Story from: Eyewitness News, KPIX-TV (CBS) San Francisco, 10:00 PM 4:14
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94-0504-1 Chicano Students Protest at Stanford 05/04/1994 - 05/05/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

News clips from: Newscenter Four, KRON-TV (NBC) San Francisco, 6:00 PM, 2:03 News Eleven at Five , KNTV-TV (ABC) San Jose 5:00 PM 2:02 World News CNN-TV, Cable, 10:00 PM 2:26
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94-0611-1 The 103rd Annual Commencement at Stanford University 06/11/1994 - 06/12/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

This includes Baccalaureate Service and Senior Class Day Luncheon Highlights. Stephen Carter was the speaker.
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94-0622-1 Japan's Royal Couple Visit Stanford 06/22/1994 - 06/23/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

VMS (Video Monitor Services of America) tape contains stories about the Japanese Royalty visit to Stanford. Insert of clips: 1.) Channel 7 News, 6/23/94, KGO-TV (ABC) San Francisco, 11:30 AM, 1:35; 2.) Midday, 6/23/94, KRON-TV (NBC) San Francisco, 11:30 AM, 4:25; 3.) Midday San Jose, 6/23/94, KNTV-TV (ABC) San Jose, 11:30 AM, 2:20; 4.) Channel 3 Reports, 6/23/94, KCRA-TV, (NBC), Sacramento, 12:00 PM, 2:30; 5.) Eyewitness News, 6/23/94, KPIX-TV (CBS), San Francisco, 12:00 PM, 4:10; 6.) Channel 7 News, 6/23/94, KGO-TV (ABC) San Francisco, 5:00 PM, 1:08; 7.) Live at Five, 6/23/94, KRON-TV (NBC), San Francisco, 5:00 PM, 1:00; 8.) News 11 at Five, 6/23/94, KNTV-TV (ABC), San Jose, 5:00 PM, 1:00; 9.) Eyewitness News, 6/23/94, KPIX-TV (CBS) San Francisco, 5:00 PM, 2:25; 10.) Eyewitness News, 6/23/94, KPIX-TV (CBS) San Francisco, 6:00 PM, 2:09; 11.) Ten O'Clock News, 6/23/94, KTVU-TV (IND) Oakland, 10:00 PM 2:11; 12.) Eyewitness News, 6/23/94, KPIX-TV (CBS) San Francisco, 10:00 PM, 2:27; 13.) NewsCenter 46, 6/23/94, KCCN-TV (CBS) Monterey, 11:00 PM, 0:30; 14.) News 11 Nightside 6/23/94, KNTV-TV (ABC) San Jose, 11:00 PM 0:27; 15.) Morning Drive 6/22/94, KCBS-AM San Francisco, 6:00 3:35
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00-0000-3 Mass customization: conversations with innovators in manufacturing 2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:20:25
Music, Jonathan Norton ; executive producer/faculty advisor, Diane E. Bailey. Allison Dufty, narrator. Presents a series of case studies in mass customization and demonstrates why it requires companies to rethink old assumptions regarding efficiency and competitiveness. Audio: Ch 1 & 2 Mono Mix
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000128-IC Interchange: Albert Camarillo 01/28/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:27:45
Interchange: Albert Camarillo Alan Acosta, director of university communications at Stanford, hosts this half-hour conversation with Albert Camarillo, professor of history and director of the Center for Comparative Study in Race and Ethnicity. TSC Archive Number: 2000-763
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00-0907-1 Stanford Admission video 09/07/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 17:47
Office of Undergraduate admission
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00-0927-1 Stanford Presents Convocation 2000, #00-131 09/27/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:58:55
Convocation with speech by President John Hennessy. Labeled as Compliments of Randy Bean at The Stanford Channel. It also has a note: 10/13 3:10 PM Jack, Matt Owen w/ Govt & Comm Relations called. Please call him @ next week. 5-3:30. Thanks, Kim
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00-1007-1 Notre Dame, Stanford Promo 10/07/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

A promo for a football game between Stanford and Notre Dame.
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00-1020-2 The Inauguration of John Hennessy as the Tenth President of Stanford University 10/20/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP L)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 01:26:48
Presented by the Stanford Channel, Building 590, Room 103, has a Post-it note with "Hubbard" on it. President John Hennessy invited the community to engage in a dialogue on Stanford's future, saying in his inaugural address Friday that the university is well positioned to maintain and prosper as, in Leland and Jane Stanford's words, "a University of high degree.
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01-0119-1 William Hewlett Memorial, News Segments 01/19/2001 - 01/20/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 01:09:20
Services for William (Bill) Hewlett at Stanford Memorial Church. The co-founder and former president of Hewlett-Packard Co. was remembered for his philanthropy, curiosity, love of nature and music, good humor and stubborn streak--characteristics that stood out as much as his role in launching two multibillion-dollar, multinational high-tech corporations. Clips from KRON, Bay TV, KNTV, KNTV, KGO: 1/19/01 5:15 PM KRON; 1/19/01 6:18 PM KRON; 1/19/01 9:32 PM BAYTV; 1/20/01 5:05 PM KRON; 1/20/01 10:17 PM KTVU; 1/20/01 9:12 PM BAYTV; 1/20/01 11:11 PM KNTV; 1/20/01 11:13 PM KRON; 1/20/01 11:15 PM KGO
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01-1030-4 Anthrax Scare 10/30/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Anthrax scare that caused the Risk Management Office to be evacuated at 651 Serra St.
Box 8

95-0808-5 Stanford Promo 08/08/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:00:30
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95-0814-1 Karen Nierenberg Standups, Graduate School of Business 08/14/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Karen Nierenberg, Director of Development, Standups 3:55 or 5:58 Opening; 8:54 (sun on nose?) or 9:47 Entrepreneurship; 10:47 (eye blinks) or 11:07 Executive Education; 11:40 Alumni; 17:04 or 19:14 Close
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95-0818-1 David Kreps interview 08/18/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

David Kreps interview 1995 Professor of economics at Stanford Graduate School of Business
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95-0830-2 "A Letter from Stanford" GSB, Master 08/30/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:11:16
Admission Video Video letter to new students Micheal Spence Garth Saloner Chuck Holloway William P Madar
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95-0830-3 "A Letter from Stanford" GSB, Master, Dub 08/30/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:11:16
Admission Video Video letter to new students; Micheal Spence; Garth Saloner; Chuck Holloway; William P Madar; Tape contains a note: Return to Hubbard
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95-0913-2 Stanford "Counter" spot 09/13/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:00:30
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95-0913-3 Stanford "Counter" spot 09/13/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:00:30
[No further information is available. ] Counter Spot
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95-1011-3a Martin Perl, Nobel Prize, Press Conference, Original 10/11/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Martin Lewis Perl is a Stanford physicist, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1995 for his discovery of the tau lepton. Tape contains arrival and applause of Nobel winner Perl and former Nobel winners Richard Taylor and Burton Richter.
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95-1011-3b Martin Perl, Nobel Prize, Press Conference, Lab, Original 10/11/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Martin Lewis Perl is a Stanford physicist, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1995 for his discovery of the tau lepton. Tape contains end of press conference and Martin Perl in his lab.
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95-1011-3c Martin Perl, Nobel Prize, Press Conference, Original 10/11/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Martin Lewis Perl is a Stanford physicist, who won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1995 for his discovery of the tau lepton. Tape contains poetry from Gerhard Casper, Condoleezza Rice, and Burton Richter. Then speeches by Burton Richter, Gerhard Casper, Burton Richter and Martin Pearl
Box 8

95-1013-1a Reflections on the O.J. Simpson trial - Tape #1 10/13/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Kim Taylor-Thompson, Stanford law professor O.J. Simpson Tape contains a Broadcast Release form from Kim Taylor-Thompson.
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95-1013-1b Reflections on the O.J. Simpson trial - Tape #2 10/13/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Kim Taylor-Thompson, Stanford law professor O.J. Simpson
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95-1020-1 Stanford Museum, (Cantor Art Museum) 10/20/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Museum 1995 San Francisco; Polshek and Partners; Museum of Art meeting with Thomas Seligman ; [Stanford University used Polshek and Partners of New York and San Francisco as architects for the project to renovate and expand the Stanford University Museum of A t. The project will result in the establishment of the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center for the Visual Arts at Stanford.]
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95-1021-1a Graduate School of Business - Alumni Association Reunion - Tape #1 10/21/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Tape contains a Drop Frame.
Box 8

95-1021-1b Graduate School of Business - Alumni Association Reunion - Tape #2 10/21/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Tape contains Drop Frame.
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95-1026-1a Stanford Museum Groundbreaking- Tape 1 10/26/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Museum 1995 Art museum groundbreaking Interview with Director Thomas Seligman, Architect James Polshek, and Architect Richard Olcott Schmoozing - Ruth Halperin, donor A complete renovation of the earthquake- damaged Stanford University Museum of Art and the construction of a new 40,000-square-foot wing are scheduled to begin in October. The new complex, including the museum and the Rodin Sculpture Garden, will be known as the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center for the Visual Arts, in recognition of a $10 million gift the Cantors made in 1994.
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95-1026-1b Stanford Museum Groundbreaking - Tape 2 10/26/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Museum 1995 Art museum groundbreaking ceremonies A complete renovation of the earthquake- damaged Stanford University Museum of Art and the construction of a new 40,000-square-foot wing are scheduled to begin in October. The new complex, including the museum and the Rodin Sculpture Garden, will be known as the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center for the Visual Arts, in recognition of a $10 million gift the Cantors made in 1994.
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95-1026-1c Stanford Museum Groundbreaking - Tape 3 10/26/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Art museum groundbreaking Stairway, Iris Cantor A complete renovation of the earthquake- damaged Stanford University Museum of Art and the construction of a new 40,000-square-foot wing are scheduled to begin in October. The new complex, including the museum and the Rodin Sculpture Garden, will be known as the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center for the Visual Arts, in recognition of a $10 million gift the Cantors made in 1994.
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95-1115-1 Douglas Osheroff (14) 11/15/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 14:05:46
Douglas Osheroff, Physics Professor (awarded Nobel Prize for physics in 1996) Stanford #14
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95-1115-2 Stanford #13, Douglas Osheroff 11/15/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Douglas Osheroff, Physics Professor (awarded Nobel Prize for physics in 1996), from 13:17:46 to end of tape Stanford #13
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96-0200-1 Monterey Bay Aquarium near Shore Habitats - B-roll 02/00/1996 - 03/00/1996

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:30:00
Monterey Bay Aquarium near Shore Habitats - B-roll Bars/black; Monterey Bay Aquarium logo; Monterey Bay - establishing shoreline shots; Aerial of aquarium; Main entrance exterior (wide and medium shots); Interior near main entrance with hanging orca models; Great Tidepool deck area; Kelp Forest exhibit; Anchovy school in Kelp Forest; Kelp Forest sunny detail; Kelp Forest feeding show with diver; Diver underwater in Kelp Forest; Visitor reactions to exhibits; Monterey Bay Habitats exhibit; Fish closeups in Monterey Bay Habitats; Food preparation for sea otter exhibit; Feeding sharks in Monterey Bay Habitats exhibit; Shark eating from visitor viewing area; Animal closeups: Pacific giant octopus, chambered nautilus, cuttlefish, sand dabs, hermit crabs, wolf eel and ling cod, sea pen, skate egg case, borrowing anemone; Wharf piling exhibit; Wharf community exhibit (medium and closeup shots of fish); Rocky Shores gallery (anemone, sea hare, hermit crab); Abalone in Kelp Gallery; Ghost shrimp in Slough Gallery; Pipe fish in Slough Gallery; Sandy Shore Aviary including bird closeups; Bat Ray touch pool; Touch Pool; Coastal Stream exhibit; Wave crash exhibit; Great Tidepool with surrogate mother and sea otter pup; Kelp Forest exhibit - various angles; Visitor reaction shots; Anchovy exhibit (closeups and medium shots); Sheep crab with visitors; Kelp Lab - various angles; Sea Otters Along the Rocky Coast (from above exhibit and from visitor area, various angles); The Outer Bay at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Bars/tone Sunset over Monterey Bay; Dolphins in Monterey Bay ; Aerial of Monterey Bay Aquarium; Exterior of Monterey Bay Aquarium with bay in background; Exterior of The Outer Bay wing from bay side of building; Outer Bay intro area; 360º anchovy exhibit with visitors; Anchovies; Swimmer/Drifters intro area with visitors; Pacific Mackerel exhibit with visitors; Pacific Mackerel closeup; Drifters Gallery with visitors; Sea nettle exhibit with visitors; Sea nettles (medium and closeup shots); Purple striped jelly closeup; Drifters Gallery reverse angle with visitors; Comb jelly closeup; Egg yolk jelly closeup; Jelly interactive with visitors; Tiny Drifters Gallery with visitors; pan to The Outer Bay with Outer Bay exhibit in background; Outer Bay exhibit with visitors from mezzanine; Outer Bay exhibit from various angles (wide, medium and closeups) with visitors; Sardine exhibit with visitors; Closeup of sardines; Exploring the Outer Bay Gallery including "Under a Lens" and "Out to Sea"; Ocean Travelers Gallery with visitors; Flippers, Flukes and Fun area with visitors; Underwater in Outer Bay exhibit; Mola feeding; Mola collecting; Assembled February/March 1996
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96-0411-1a Deborah Gordon ants - Tape 1 04/11/1996

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Deborah Gordon, Biology Professor Teaching class; Ant experiments ; Interview
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96-0411-1b Deborah Gordon, Ants - Tape 2 04/11/1996

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Deborah Gordon, Biology Professor Ants labs; Close-ups; Pointing
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96-0429-1 Stanford Museum 04/29/1996

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Museum 1996 Home wreckers; Construction; Demolition; Structures; Bulldozers
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96-0509-1a Stanford's Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI), Archimedes 05/09/1996

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

CSLI - Archimedes Voice-speech input; Robert Edings; Neil Scott; Learning the Computer; Scott briefs; Short interview; the Archimedes Project was founded at Stanford University in 1990 as an independent research organization, It studies barriers to accessing and using information, computers, and information appliances and identifies and designs innovative solutions, including accessors, that advance universal access to and use of information and control of one's environment.
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96-0509-1b Stanford's Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI), Archimedes 05/09/1996

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

CSLI 1996 Robert Edings; J.B. Golan; Neil Scott; Yoshi and Neil do a computer loading drill; the Archimedes Project was founded at Stanford University in 1990 as an independent research organization, It studies barriers to accessing and using information, computers, and information appliances and identifies and designs innovative solutions, including accessors, that advance universal access to and use of information and control of one's environment.
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96-0509-1c Stanford's Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI), Archimedes 05/09/1996

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

CSLI - Archimedes 1996 Disabled people using computers; the Archimedes Project was founded at Stanford University in 1990 as an independent research organization, It studies barriers to accessing and using information, computers, and information appliances and identifies and designs innovative solutions, including accessors, that advance universal access to and use of information and control of one's environment.
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96-0509-1d Stanford's Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI), Archimedes 05/09/1996

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

CSLI - Archimedes 1996 the Archimedes Project was founded at Stanford University in 1990 as an independent research organization, It studies barriers to accessing and using information, computers, and information appliances and identifies and designs innovative solutions, including accessors, that advance universal access to and use of information and control of one's environment.
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96-0509-2a Charles Kruger and Ramon Saldivar Education Initiatives 05/09/1996

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Vice-Provost for Undergraduate Education Ramon Saldivar, and vice-provost, Charles Kruger initiatives Briefing Two initiatives to strengthen both undergraduate and graduate education at Stanford were announced by President Gerhard Casper. The first of these concerns new programs for first- and second-year undergraduates. They expanded the faculty to provide greater teaching capacity, while simultaneously strengthening the research capabilities. Plans will be reviewed by a new advisory board, to be chaired by Vice-Provost for Undergraduate Education Ramon Saldivar. The second initiative is intended to provide new support for graduate students ­ primarily, but not exclusively, in the sciences and engineering. It will enables them to compete effectively for the best graduate students and to maintain the strength of graduate programs even as they cope with the stresses caused by decreased research support from the federal government. Dean Kruger has organized a steering committee of senior faculty to finalize the details of this program and advise the provost on the distribution of awards.
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96-0509-2b Charles Kruger and Ramon Saldivar Education Initiatives 05/09/1996

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Vice-Provost for Undergraduate Education Ramon Saldivar, and vice-provost, Charles Kruger initiatives Briefing Two initiatives to strengthen both undergraduate and graduate education at Stanford were announced by President Gerhard Casper. The first of these concerns new programs for first- and second-year undergraduates. They expanded the faculty to provide greater teaching capacity, while simultaneously strengthening the research capabilities. Plans will be reviewed by a new advisory board, to be chaired by Vice-Provost for Undergraduate Education Ramon Saldivar. The second initiative is intended to provide new support for graduate students ­ primarily, but not exclusively, in the sciences and engineering. It will enables them to compete effectively for the best graduate students and to maintain the strength of graduate programs even as they cope with the stresses caused by decreased research support from the federal government. Dean Kruger has organized a steering committee of senior faculty to finalize the details of this program and advise the provost on the distribution of awards.
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94-0623-1 Japan's Royal Couple Visit Stanford 06/23/1994 - 06/24/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

VMS (Video Monitor Services of America) tape contains stories about the Japanese Royalty visit to Stanford. News at Ten, KTLA-TV (IND) Los Angeles, 10:00 - 11:00pm, Morning News, KTLA-TV (IND) Los Angeles, 6:00 - 7:00am
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94-0623-2 Visit of Emperor and Empress of Japan to SLAC June 23, 1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:10:00
The Emperor and Empress of japan visited the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, where Japanese physicists are part of an international collaboration. The visit began at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center's visitors' center around 11:45 a.m. Members of the American media, consular officials, Secret Service agents and SLAC staffers wearing badges that said "Japan-USA Cooperation at SLAC" assembled early to await the arrival of the imperial couple's entourage, which included members of the Japanese press corps. A staff member from the Japanese consulate in San Francisco explained that the SLAC visit was scheduled to highlight that Japan is part of a 40-country consortium working on high- energy physics at SLAC.
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94-0714-1 Stephen Breyer Confirmation Hearings C-Span, Tape 1 07/14/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Confirmation hearings for the Supreme court of Stephen Breyer in front of the Senate. There was a panel with President Gerhard Casper and Law Professor Kathleen Sullivan.
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94-0714-2a Stephen Breyer Confirmation Hearings C-Span, Tape B 07/14/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Confirmation hearings for the Supreme court of Stanford Alum Stephen Breyer in front of the Senate.
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94-0714-2b Stephen Breyer Confirmation Hearings C-Span, Tape C 07/14/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Confirmation hearings for the Supreme court of Stanford Alum Stephen Breyer in front of the Senate.
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94-0816-1 Stanford University Researchers study earthquake damage 08/16/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

1.) The Money Wheel, CNBC-TV Cable 12:30 PM :026 2.) Channel 7 News at Six, KGO-TV (ABC) San Francisco, 6:00 PM 2:01 3.) Eyewitness News Nightcast, KPIX-TV (CBS) San Francisco, 10:00, 2:31 4. Ten O'Clock News, KTVU-TV (IND) San Francisco, 10:00 PM, 3:03
Box 9

94-0829-1 Linus Pauling Funeral / Mountain Lion Near Stanford 08/29/1994 - 09/10/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Linus Pauling Funeral Ten O'Clock News, 8/29/94, KTVU-TV (IND) Oakland 10:00 PM 3:14 two-time Nobel Prize winner, Linus C. Pauling, served on the Stanford faculty from 1969 to 1973. Mountain Lion Near Stanford; Live at Five, 9/10/94, KRON-TV (NBC) San Francisco 5:00 PM, 2:21
Box 9

94-0919-1 World Economic Forum 09/19/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:03:07
Eyewitness News, KPIX-TV (CBS), San Francisco, 10:00 PM, 3:07, Master Copy
Box 9

94-0929-1 President Václav Havel of Czechoslovakia, Ralston Prize from School of Law 09/29/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:50:00
President Václav Havel of Czechoslovakia (Tape is labeled Czechoslovakia, but country had split into Czech Republic and Slovakia at that point.) accepts Ralston Prize from School of Law. The Jackson H. Ralston Prize in International Law recognizes original and distinguished contributions to the development of the role of law and the establishment of peace and justice. Winners are recommended by the dean of the Law School to a selection panel that includes the president of Stanford, the chief justice of the California Supreme Court and the secretary general of the United Nations.
Box 9

94-0929-2 Czech President Václav Havel's Visit with President Gerhard Casper 09/29/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Czech Republic President Václav Havel's Visit with Stanford President Gerhard Casper.
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94-0929-3 Czech President Václav Havel's Visit to Stanford University 09/29/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:18:00
Selected Shots of Czech Republic President Václav Havel's Visit to Stanford University
Box 9

94-1001-1 Stanford Vs. Notre Dame Game / Advertises Stanford. 10/01/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford/Notre Dame football game Advertisement. Football Game, NBC-TV Network, 1:00 PM 0:30
Box 9

94-1015-1 Football Promo, KGO-TV 10/15/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:01:30
Stanford/USC Football Game, KGO-TV (ABC) San Francisco, 4:00pm 1:30. This contains a Stanford Commerial Block as well.
Box 9

94-1018-2 Stanford Students / Satellite, News Stories 10/18/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:10:00
News Stories from Cable, San Francisco & San Jose coverage about the test using the Global Positioning Satellite System (GPS) to land planes.
Box 9

94-1122-1 Faking the Grade, ABC Prime Time 11/22/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

"Faking the Grade" Newstory dub from ABC Prime Time. Audio 1, 2
Box 9

94-1122-2 Oblique Wing Test Model Flight, Dub 11/22/1994

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Audio 1, 2 Model test of Oblique wing, an experimental wing designed to increase speeds for supersonic flights. Stanford researchers now have designed, built and successfully flown a sophisticated 20-foot remote-controlled model of the oblique wing.
Box 9

95-0000-3 A Video Letter from Stanford Business School 1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:11:16
a Video letter to new students of the Graduate School of Business, co-sponsored by the Stanford Business School and Alumni Association. It is labeled for Fall of 1995. Video includes a comment card.
Box 9

95-0130-1 Professor Barton Bernstein / Enola Gay 01/30/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

CBS Evening News 4:55 / ABC World News Tonight 18:00 History Professor Barton Bernstein talking about the Smithsonian's exhibit of the Enola Gay.
Box 9

95-0203-1 News coverage of Science Article 02/03/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

News Coverage about Science Article [Science is assumed to be the magazine since the word is underlined on tape.] 1. Channel 7 KGO 2. Channel 5 KPIX 3. CNN - Headline News Note on case states: Can we make a copy for Don Kennedy? No Rush.
Box 9

95-0226-1 Colleges Advertise Professors who don't Teach 02/26/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:13:40
60 Minutes, CBS-TV Network, 7:00 PM, 13:40
Box 9

95-0300-1 Channel 51 Video Promotion, Dub 03/00/1995 - 05/00/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)
Box 9

95-0315-2 Stanford Integrity Beacon 03/15/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:10:38
About the launch of the Integrity Beacon. It uses GPS to help with traffic control and the landing of planes. Stanford's Integrity Beacon Landing System uses ground-based pseudo-satellite transmitters known as Integrity Beacons to resolve carrier phase ambiguities on final approach, giving IBLS both high integrity and centimeter-level accuracy.
Box 9

95-0325-1 Stanford Produces a Plastic Making Plant called Polystyrene 03/25/1992

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Science Technology Week, Cable News Network (CNN) 11:00 AM, 2:50
Box 9

95-0405-1 "A Higher Education" Stanford GPI System, Program 508 04/05/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Integrity Clip Tape contains letter and business card. Letter reads: Dear Jack, Thanks again for the use of tapes in our program. As promissed,(sic) I have enclosed a copy of the program for your review. I hope you enjoy it. Sincerely, Kaveh Nikpour Business card is for Kaveh Nikpour, Producer/Director at KCSM TV60, in San Mateo, Ca [No further information is available. It is likely about the GPS landing system for planes through the Integrity Beacon Satellite.]
Box 9

95-0417-1 Channel 51 Promo 04/17/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

No further information is available.
Box 9

95-0418-1 Gerhard Casper, Come the Millennium, Where the University? 04/18/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 01:05:00
The keynote address by the president of Stanford University, Gerhard Casper, at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in San Francisco. Speech was titled: Come the Millennium, Where the University? - Speaking to whom? Why? obligation -v- opportunity - Reading -vs- Speaking ? - Benefits of Brevity! - 7 min. in = ? of world without universities. Theme? resumed 20+ minutes later. -Simplicity of speech is not always a sign of simplicity of thought. It is a skill. -gripping lectern - leaning down - text & reading more important than audience? - Has GC sat through one of his own speeches? (wall to wall?) his comments? - Does anyone edit for him , or, discuss his desired goal before he begins to write speech? Focus. Lead? Is it read aloud-delivered-in rehearsal? - Who are his favorite speakers - why? - At 35 Mins in, interesting theme, no derivative, pacing - humor - laughter - applause - emphasis... pause ... consideration for listeners.
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95-0619-1 Stanford Commencement 1995 06/19/1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:10:17
The speaker was William Perry, Secretary of Defense.
Box 10

98-0918-1b Museum, Mummy (41) 09/18/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)
Box 10

98-0922-1a Museum (42), Space Turn Red Sept. 22, 1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Installation of George Rickey's 1968 "Space Turn Red" sculpture at Stanford Museum. Audio Ch 1 & 2, Cam Mic
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98-0922-1b Museum (43), Space Turn Red, Mummy Sept. 22, 1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Installation of George Rickey's 1968 "Space Turn Red" sculpture at Stanford Museum Mummy opening Susan Roberts-Manganelli Conservator for Stanford Museum, Interview
Box 10

98-0928-1 Linda Darling-Hammond, Education Professor 08/28/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:11:10
Linda Darling Hammond b-roll 00:00 bars; 00:33 - 00:42 WS leaving Center for Educational Research; 00:51 - 00:55 MCU same shot; 01:05 - 01:14 WS going into School of Education; 01:23 WS walkthru interior; 01:56 not usable; 01:56 reverse two-shot, chit chat; 02:29 WS walkout of lobby; 02:36 - 04:46 Blue/bad white balance; 05:10 Back shot of Hammond walking toward Memorial Church at Stanford quad; 06:44 Back shot walking into Center for Educational Research; 07:14 Meeting with Beverly Carter; 08:05 High shot with Carter at table; 08:15 WS same scene; 08:28 Blue/bad white balance; Note: There is a protection copy at Stanford
Box 10

98-1006-1 Museum (45) 10/06/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Fletcher Benton (Sculptor), Part one Placement, Exterior of Museum (Static), Good Pictures
Box 10

98-1013-1a Robert B. Laughlin, Nobel Prize 10/13/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

End of [word is indiscernible looks like Prenea]; Family-Walk. Press conference announcing Robert B. Laughlin's win of the Nobel Prize in Physics. Within hours of getting a pre-dawn call from the Royal Swedish Academy of Science, the fourth Stanford professor to win the Nobel Prize in physics in as many years was using the award as a forum for public support of research. Robert B. Laughlin, professor of physics and applied physics and the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences, said he wants the public to understand that nature is a wonderful thing that has many surprises. He also wants people to know that providing tax money to scientists to enable them to make fundamental discoveries about nature is vital.
Box 10

98-1013-1b Robert B. Laughlin, Nobel Prize 10/13/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Reception to Pot Roast. Press conference announcing Robert B. Laughlin's win of the Nobel Prize in Physics. Within hours of getting a pre-dawn call from the Royal Swedish Academy of Science, the fourth Stanford professor to win the Nobel Prize in physics in as many years was using the award as a forum for public support of research. Robert B. Laughlin, professor of physics and applied physics and the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences, said he wants the public to understand that nature is a wonderful thing that has many surprises. He also wants people to know that providing tax money to scientists to enable them to make fundamental discoveries about nature is vital.
Box 10

98-1013-1c Robert B. Laughlin, Nobel Prize 10/13/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

President Casper at Reception, Press conference announcing Robert B. Laughlin's win of the Nobel Prize in Physics. Within hours of getting a pre-dawn call from the Royal Swedish Academy of Science, the fourth Stanford professor to win the Nobel Prize in physics in as many years was using the award as a forum for public support of research. Robert B. Laughlin, professor of physics and applied physics and the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences, said he wants the public to understand that nature is a wonderful thing that has many surprises. He also wants people to know that providing tax money to scientists to enable them to make fundamental discoveries about nature is vital.
Box 10

98-1104-2 Jane Lathrop Stanford Portrait Move 11/04/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Jane Lathrop Stanford portrait moves from Encina to Museum (Hub)
Box 10

98-1105-1 Museum, Jane, Q, Green Room, Master 11/05/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

1. Jane Stanford Portrait unwrap 2. Green Room work 3. Soft Inverted Q, pink sculpture being sanded
Box 10

98-1217-1 Museum, First Cut, Dub Master 12/17/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:08:15
Work Tape.
Box 10

99-0104-1 Cantor Arts Museum VNR, Dub Master with Slate Info 01/04/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:05:00
Cantor Art Museum Video News Release 1. track version; 2. Nat sound Version; Richard Olcott 1:52; Thomas K. Seligman 3:25; Casper 3:52; Air shots :58; earthquake damage
Box 10

99-0105-1 Cantor Arts Center opening at Stanford University, Track / Natural Sound 01/05/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:05:00
Tape case contains shot list/summary: Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University Supers and Shot List Supers: 1:52 Richard Olcott, Principal Architect, Polshek and Partners; 3:52 Thomas K. Seligman, Director, Cantor Arts Center; 3:52 Gerhard Casper, President, Stanford University; Shot List: 235906 Bars; 0:00 Black; 0:10 Slate; 0:20 Information Contact; 0:25 Super list; 0:33 suggested Anchor; 0:46 Piece with track end; 5:53 piece natural; 12:52 end tape
Box 10

99-0111-1 Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Exteriors & Interiors, #55 01/11/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Interiors and exteriors of the new Cantor Center for Visual Arts.
Box 10

99-0309-1a Wallenberg Center for Global Learning Labs, Press Conference, Casper, Wallenberg, Liefer, Friedlander 03/09/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

President Gerhard Casper - outlines the Wallenberg Center for Global Learning Labs. Peter Wallenberg, Larry Liefer, director of the Stanford Learning Lab, and L. Friedlander, Co-Director, also spoke. Tape contains Opening statements and Q & A. The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation and the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation have made a $27.5 million grant to be shared by the Stanford Learning Lab and the Swedish Learning Lab to support interdisciplinary, global learning on Stanford's main campus and other locations around the world. With its $15 million portion, the Stanford Learning Lab will establish the Wallenberg Global Learning Center. The Stanford gift is the largest single award the foundations ever have granted.
Box 10

99-0309-1b Wallenberg Center for Global Learning Labs, Press Conference, Casper, Wallenberg, Liefer, Friedlander 03/09/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Tape continues Q&Amp;A, B-Roll at end of tape. The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation and the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation have made a $27.5 million grant to be shared by the Stanford Learning Lab and the Swedish Learning Lab to support interdisciplinary, global learning on Stanford's main campus and other locations around the world. With its $15 million portion, the Stanford Learning Lab will establish the Wallenberg Global Learning Center. The Stanford gift is the largest single award the foundations ever have granted.
Box 10

99-0309-2a Wallenberg Center for Global Learning Labs, Press Conference, Casper, Wallenberg, Liefer, Friedlander 03/09/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (VHS)

Scope and Content Note

President Gerhard Casper - outlines the Wallenberg Center for Global Learning Labs. Peter Wallenberg, Larry Liefer, director of the Stanford Learning Lab, and L. Friedlander, Co-Director, also spoke. Tape contains Opening statements and Q & A. The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation and the Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation have made a $27.5 million grant to be shared by the Stanford Learning Lab and the Swedish Learning Lab to support interdisciplinary, global learning on Stanford's main campus and other locations around the world. With its $15 million portion, the Stanford Learning Lab will establish the Wallenberg Global Learning Center. The Stanford gift is the largest single award the foundations ever have granted.
Box 10

99-0414-1 Robert Joss, Dean GSB, news conference, Original 04/14/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

News conference about Robert L. Joss becoming the Philip H. Knight Professor and Dean of the Graduate School of Business. Press conference took place at Newhall Conference Room.
Box 10

99-0813-1 Football Promotional 08/13/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:00:30
Stanford football promotional 1999
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99-0920-1a Mary McAleese, Irish President - Tape 1, Original 09/20/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Mary McAleese, president of Ireland, will spoke at Stanford's Bechtel Conference Center. Ireland is the second largest exporter of software, and her 25-minute talk is expected to focus on Ireland's business connections to Silicon Valley. She also will take questions from the audience, which will include Stanford faculty and students as well as invited Silicon Valley executives and members of the Irish community. Event was held by the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford.
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99-0920-1b Mary McAleese, Irish President, Q&A - Tape 2, Original 09/20/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Mary McAleese, president of Ireland, will spoke at Stanford's Bechtel Conference Center. Ireland is the second largest exporter of software, and her 25-minute talk is expected to focus on Ireland's business connections to Silicon Valley. She also will take questions from the audience, which will include Stanford faculty and students as well as invited Silicon Valley executives and members of the Irish community. Event was held by the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford.
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99-0920-1c Mary McAleese, Irish President - Tape 3, Original 09/20/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Mary McAleese, president of Ireland, will spoke at Stanford's Bechtel Conference Center. Ireland is the second largest exporter of software, and her 25-minute talk is expected to focus on Ireland's business connections to Silicon Valley. She also will take questions from the audience, which will include Stanford faculty and students as well as invited Silicon Valley executives and members of the Irish community. Event was held by the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford. Encina Hall / Bechtel Conference Center
Box 10

99-1006-1 Test Ban treaty, Albright, Christopher, Perry, Press Conference, No Audio 10/06/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

At Hoover courtyard, Secretary of State, Madeline Albright, Warren Christopher and Former Secretary of Defence, William Perry spoke about the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. No audio, ch. 2 feed
Box 10

99-1210-1 Rose Bowl Promo, Master (16) 12/10/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:01:00
Stanford Rose Bowl Promo, Gerhard Casper, Mixed Audio Tracks
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00-0101-1 Stanford, Rose Bowl Promo, Master 01/01/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:01:00
The 2000 Rose Bowl was played by the Stanford Cardinals and the Wisconsin Badgers. Stanford lost in a 17 to 9 game.
Box 10

00-0127-1a Dish search Mars 01/27/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Mars Polar Lander, phone home. That was the command researchers issued thrice last week from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, Calif. But scientists at the Earth receiving station in Stanford, Calif., detected no response from the lander, which had fallen silent Dec. 3 just as it was about to enter the Martian atmosphere. This week scientists will continue to study the data collected at the "Dish" radio telescope in hopes that sophisticated computer analysis will locate a signal among all the background noise. Mars polar lander, dish views, exteriors, control room, Presser, Mike Cousins, Ivan Linscott (Stanford University), John Callas, JPL (NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Box 10

00-0127-1b Dish search Mars, Original 01/27/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP S)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:30:00
Mars Polar Lander, phone home. That was the command researchers issued thrice last week from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, Calif. But scientists at the Earth receiving station in Stanford, Calif., detected no response from the lander, which had fallen silent Dec. 3 just as it was about to enter the Martian atmosphere. This week scientists will continue to study the data collected at the "Dish" radio telescope in hopes that sophisticated computer analysis will locate a signal among all the background noise. Mars polar lander, dish views, exteriors, control room, Presser, Mike Cousins, Ivan Linscott (Stanford University), John Callas, JPL (NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
Box 11

95-0000-2 Douglas D. Osheroff Experiment (1995 & film dated) 1995

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Experiments by Professor Douglas D. Osheroff, winner of the 1996 Nobel Prize for Physics.
Box 11

97-0000-1 1997 Stanford Campus Views, B-Roll 1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Views of the campus Fountain at the bookstore Old Union Views of Hoover
Box 11

97-0317-1 1997 Stanford Campus Views, B-Roll 03/17/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

B-Roll footage of campus from 1997.
Box 11

97-0317-2 1997 Stanford Campus Views, B-Roll 1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

B-Roll footage of campus from 1997.
Box 11

97-0317-3 1997 Stanford Campus Views, B-Roll 1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

B-Roll footage of campus from 1997. It is possible that all of the 97-0317 tapes are copies of the same footage.
Box 11

97-1015-1a Steven Chu, 1997, Nobel prize clips 10/15/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Clips from the Steven Chu winning the Nobel Prize for Physics.
Box 11

97-1015-1b Steven Chu, Class and Toasts 10/15/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Steven Chu, professor of physics, teaches a class and is toasted.
Box 11

97-1200-1 GPS Tractor 12/00/1997

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:05:57
computer programed tractors; Tom Bell; Mike O'Connor; Robert Mayfield; Andy Rekow; Mark Borba; Brad Parkinson; 1. Mixed PC w/ super [either pc or pl]; 2. Mixed PC; 3. Natural sound only
Box 11

98-1021-1 Cantor Center for Visual Art, Science and Engineering Quad, "Soft Inverted Q" 10/21/1998 - 10/22/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

1. Willem de Kooning [It appears to be about the sculpture loaned to the Cantor Art Museum around the initial opening] 2. SEQ, (Science and Engineering Quad) [This segment needs to be viewed to clarify. The description comes from tape.] 3. "Soft Inverted Q" by Claes Oldenburg. [It appears to be footage of the sculpture.]
Box 11

98-1022-1 Hillarie Faberman, Interview / SEQ 10/22/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Interview with Hilarie Faberman, curator of the Cantor Arts Center on merits of the Soft Inverted Q. SEQ (Science and Engineering Quad) AM & PM, Master
Box 11

98-1104-1 Jane Lathrop Stanford portrait moved from Encina to Cantor Arts Museum 11/04/1998

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

A portrait of Jane Stanford is moved from a warehouse in Encina to the Cantor Arts Museum. 1. Encina Warehouse 2. Unloading & Transport thru S. Rotun to Green Room left in plastic. [This is a transcription of the insert.]
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98-1224-1 Museum Aerial Stills, Gallery Stills 12/24/1998, 01/04/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Bull dossier 10:10 Stills from Cantor Arts Museum. Gallery stills were shot on 01/04/1999.
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98-1224-2 Museum Aerials & Campus, Quad, Stadium Aerials 12/24/1998, 01/04/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Aerial shots of the Cantor Art Museum, the campus, the quad and the stadium.
Box 11

99-0124-1 Cantor Center for Visual Art, VNR 01/24/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:05:00
Cantor Center for Visual Art, Video News Release 1. -Trak Version 2. - Natural Sound Version
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99-0407-1 OPAL Satellite 04/07/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:30:00
OPAL (Orbiting Picosat Automatic Launcher) satellite, [tape could also say Opra.]
Box 11

99-0407-2 Cube Statue, Cantor Art Museum 04/07/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Moving a cube statue to the area outside of Keck Science Building and Cantor Art Museum
Box 11

99-0506-1 Enelda Wade, Financial Management Analyst 05/06/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Kathy O'Toole Linda show the kids how to use the camera 2:09 MF: Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day? (check on this) [Information is not labeled on tape. This appears to be about Enelda Wade, not sure about Sons and Daughters at work.]
Box 11

99-0613-2a Gravity Probe B, No SOF 06/13/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

B-roll of the equipment from the Gravity Probe B project. It is a satellite launched by NASA and Stanford as a test of Einstein's theory of relativity. No SOF (Sound on Film).
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99-0613-2b Gravity Probe B 06/13/1999, 06/23/1999

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

B-roll of the equipment from the Gravity Probe B project. It is a satellite launched by NASA and Stanford as a test of Einstein's theory of relativity. Russ Leese example what they are testing; Men at work 2:21 (room sound); Gary Reynold 2:50; Blueprints of the probe 3:05; Wide shot of the probe 5:50; Motherboard 9:08; Same tape different day (6/23/1999) Moving the probe 14:13
Box 11

00-0000-1a Stanford forum on terrorism 2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:33:54
Stanford forum on terrorism was co-sponsored by the Institute for International Studies (IIS) and the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC).
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00-0000-1b Stanford forum on terrorism 2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford forum on terrorism was co-sponsored by the Institute for International Studies (IIS) and the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC).
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00-0000-1c Stanford forum on terrorism 2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:36:52
Stanford forum on terrorism was co-sponsored by the Institute for International Studies (IIS) and the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC). Tape 3
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00-0000-1d Stanford forum on terrorism 2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:18:48
Stanford forum on terrorism was co-sponsored by the Institute for International Studies (IIS) and the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC).
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00-0000-2 GPS Tractor & Integrity Beacon 2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:26:15
A Stanford research team has equipped a John Deere tractor with a satellite-based automatic control system that can guide the 20,000-pound farm vehicle more precisely than the best human drivers. Stanford's Integrity Beacon Landing System uses ground-based pseudo-satellite transmitters known as Integrity Beacons to resolve carrier phase ambiguities on final approach, giving IBLS both high integrity and centimeter-level accuracy.
Box 11

00-0200-1 Norman Nie, Internet 02/00/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Professor Norman Nie, director of SIQSS talks about the study of social consequences of internet usage and slide show on the consequences of internet use.
Box 11

00-0216-1 SIQSS: Stanford Study Takes First Look at How Internet is Changing Daily Life 02/16/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:03:40
A new study that is the first assessment of the social consequences of Internet use based on a large, representative sample of American households, including both Internet users and non-users. The study was conducted by the Stanford Institute for the Quantitative Study of Society (SIQSS) and released today. The sample was of 4,113 adults in 2,689 households.
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00-0420-1 Martin Luther King Jr. Papers Project 04/20/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

An overview of the Martin Luther King Jr. Papers Project is given and an interview with Clayborne Carson.
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00-0421-1 Scientific Experiment / Admissions DV tape II 04/21/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Cooper and Magnetic experiment
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00-0425-1a Bill Gates. 04/25/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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[no information available]
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00-0425-1b Bill Gates 04/25/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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[no information available]
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00-0601-1 Casper, Gerhard & Hennessy, John 06/1/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

open the door 1:10 compression 1:33; Quad ( Burglars) 2:03; though the arches 2:20; compression 2:40; church 3:13
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00-0712-1 David Epel, Sea Urchins, Sexual Reproduction 08/02/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:26:00
Biologist David Epel interviewed about the role of nitric oxide in sexual reproduction. Sea Urchin reproductive cells were used for experimentation. [Insert reads: Original Epel, cut story (2:12)]
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00-0802-1 David Epel, Nitric Oxide, Sexual Reproduction 08/02/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Biologist David Epel interviewed about the role of nitric oxide in sexual reproduction. Sea Urchin reproductive cells were used for experimentation. Interview with David Epel 32:02 Animation
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00-0803-3 iRoom presentation, Field Tape Master, Kathleen Liston Interview 08/03/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (Betacam SP L)

Scope and Content Note

IRoom Presentation. The iRoom was a lab used to demonstrate a future interactive workspace. Kathleen Liston, PhD student, civil engineering, and Milton Chen, PhD student are interviewed about working on it. The interactive room (located in Gates B23) is a testbed for combining multiple devices in an integrated environment. The room is equipped with two large wall-based displays. A 18' by 4.5' rear-projection blackboard-like display that with touch-sensitive SmartBoards occupies the side of the room and a presentation screen is the front of the room. The center of the room is occupied by a bottom-projected, conference room table display. A small PC cluster consisting of roughly 12-14 machines (soon to be enlarged with another 32-node cluster) hosts the various input and output devices and provides other services in the room. Tape contains a shot list and transcript of tape contents.
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00-0901-1 President John Hennessy, First Day 09/01/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

John Hennessy's first day as President of Stanford University. He was formerly Provost.
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00-0912-1 Paul Ehrlich, Interview 09/12/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Paul Ehrlich discusses his new book, Human Natures: Genes, Cultures and the Human Prospect.
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00-1006-1 Hennessy Public Announcement, JCC, Terman Middle School 10/06/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

At a press conference at Palo Alto City Hall, Hennessy announced a proposal that could permit the city's Terman School to be reopened as a middle school while providing a location for the Jewish Community Center. Hennessy 8:28; introduces the conversion of the JCC
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00-1217-1 Discovery: Ancient Earthquakes, Sunken Cities 12/17/2000

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

excerpt from Discovery Channel show: Ancient Earthquakes, Sunken Cities. It featured Professor of Geophysics, Amos Nur.
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01-0000-1 Stanford Promos - Runnning Back '01, '97 Highlights, music 2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Stanford Football promo videos.
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01-0109-1 SGI Delivery of SGI Origin 3800, Supercomputer 01/09/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Delivery of the Origin 3800 - which marks the beginning of a new Stanford-SGI partnership in biomedical supercomputing - will be dedicated exclusively to solving complex problems in biomechanics, genetics and other biosciences. Moving SGI 1:04 Rolling away 1:34
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01-0111-1 SLAC Faculty Senate 01/11/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Report from the Director of Stanford Linear Accelerator Center by Jonathan Dorfan to the Stanford Faculty Senate and Senate tour of the SLAC National Linear Accelerator.
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01-0125-1 Ballet Folklorico de la Universidad de Colima 01/25/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

The renowned Ballet Folklorico de la Universidad de Colima, which has represented Mexico in three Olympic games, performed two one-hour concerts for K-12 students and youth groups
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01-0205-1 Pam Karlan, Law Class 02/05/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 43:00
Field Tape Students with laptops 1:30 Lecture begins 2:08
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01-0206-1 David Botstein, Russ Altman, SGI Supercomputer Partnership 02/06/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Russ Altman SGI Supercomputer; inside the computer 2:15; Cutaways 3;00; David Botstein; talks about the need and the function of the supercomputer.
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01-0228-1 Rob Dunbar, Ice Core, B-Roll 02/28/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Team Suits up 2:48 Tide on the deck 3:34; Icy Waters 3:38; The Rock Dredge 4:19; Smith-Mac Grab 4:57; Wave 5:20; Jumbo Piston Core 6:12; The Core Lab 7:56; The CTD 8:41; Box Core 9:45; Ice Mountian 10:15; Mooring Recovery 11:48
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01-0306-1 Pehong Chen donates 15 Million to fund astrophysics 03/06/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Pehong Chen, founder and CEO of BroadVision, discusses a $15 million gift he is making to Stanford to establish the Pehong and Adele Chen Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology Institute. The institute will capitalize on the strengths and worldwide reputation of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) and the university's Physics and Applied Physics Departments.
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01-0306-2 SLAC, Pehong Chen donates 15 Million to fund astrophysics 03/06/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:40:00
Pehong Chen, founder and CEO of BroadVision, discusses a $15 million gift he is making to Stanford to establish the Pehong and Adele Chen Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology Institute. The institute will capitalize on the strengths and worldwide reputation of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) and the university's Physics and Applied Physics Departments.
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01-0308-1a President Hennessy, Academic Council Annual Meeting 03/08/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

President John Hennessy delivered remarks at the annual meeting of the Academic Council at Kresge Auditorium.
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01-0308-1b President Hennessy, Academic Council Annual Meeting 03/08/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

President John Hennessy delivered remarks at the annual meeting of the Academic Council at Kresge Auditorium.
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01-0406-1 Bestek Manufacturing 04/06/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

B-roll of the lab SOF Circuits 1:30; Computer screen 2:00; Making circuits 2:10; Sign 5:15
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01-0502-1 Walter Hewlett, Donation 400 Million 05/02/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Length: 00:17:04
Walter Hewlett, William Hewlett's son and Chairman of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, describes the Foundation's $400 million gift to Stanford. [insert lists names Walter Hewlett, Jim Gaither, Paul Brest, John Hennessy, and Sharon Long.]
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01-0502-2 Walter Hewlett, Donation 400 Million 05/02/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Walter Hewlett, William Hewlett's son and Chairman of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, describes the Foundation's $400 million gift to Stanford. [insert lists names Walter Hewlett, Jim Gaither, Paul Brest, John Hennessy, and Sharon Long.]
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01-0524-1 Marc Levoy, Fragment, Forma Urbis Romae 05/24/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:30:00
Professor Marc Levoy of the Computer Science and Electrical Engineering departments works on using laser rangefinder technology to scan fragments of the Forma Urbis Romae (Severan Marble Plan of Rome) and include them in a database of 1,163 pieces of the map. Levoy Lab; Rock 24:00; SOF :05:00 (timecode resets); Laser on rock 1:15; Laser 3:02; Computer Screen 7:08
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01-0609-1 nbp 01-01, Cruise Video, Antarctic Cores, Long Edit (Master) 06/09/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:01:24
Rob Dunbar expedition, drilling for Ice Cores in the Antarctic. 38'38".
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01-0625-1a Sherry Dumont, Hearing Array Necklace, Professor Bernard Widrow 06/25/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Length: 00:25:03
Sherry Dumont uses the the Directional HEaring ARray (D-HEAR), created by Bernard Widrow. Sherry demo 40:00; Answers the door 6:28; Watching TV 7:14; Good Bye Widrow 10:17; "Nite and Day" 17:10;
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01-0625-1b Sherry Dumont, Hearing Array Necklace, Professor Bernard Widrow 06/25/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 1:00:00
Sherry Dumont uses the the Directional HEaring ARray (D-HEAR), created by Bernard Widrow. Widrow I-view 4:20 Widrow / Sherry walking into the house Sherry Dumont interview
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01-0625-1c Sherry Dumont, Hearing Array Necklace, Professor Bernard Widrow 06/25/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Sherry Dumont uses the the Directional HEaring ARray (D-HEAR), created by Bernard Widrow. Sherry Demo; Doorbell ; Watching TV; Widrow Demo; Widro wI-view;
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01-0723-1a Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute - Tagging Bluefins 07/23/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Hopkins Marine Station and Monterey Bay Aquarium researchers attach electronic tags to Bluefin Tunas.
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01-0723-1b Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute - Tagging Bluefins 07/23/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Hopkins Marine Station and Monterey Bay Aquarium researchers attach electronic tags to Bluefin Tunas.
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01-0803-1 Reconstruction of Building 160 08/03/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Reconstruction of Building 160 into Wallenberg Global Learning Center. The Wallenberg Center is funded in part by a $15 million gift from the Wallenberg family of Sweden to support interdisciplinary, global learning. Construction; Loading bulldozer; front view 1:30; wide view 2:19; Family walking 2:30
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01-0809-1 Philip Pizzo News Conference, Stem Cell Research 08/09/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Tape includes audio of President George W.Bush's comments on Stem Cell Research. Philip A. Pizzo, MD, dean of the School of Medicine and professor of pediatrics and of microbiology and immunology comments on the passage of the Stem Cell Research Bill.
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01-0814-1 Deborah Stipek, Dean of Education, Interview 08/14/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Interview with Deborah Stipek, Dean of Education. Interview is about her appointment as Dean of Education.
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01-0816-1a Bluefin Tuna Tagging, Barbara Block 08/16/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s)

Scope and Content Note

Using electronic data recording tags placed on wild tuna, Barbara Block of the Tuna Research and Conservation Center and her fellow researchers discovered that some Western Atlantic bluefin mingle with their counterparts from the Eastern Mediterranean. Interview with Barbara Block.
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01-0816-1b Bluefin Tuna Tagging, B-Roll 08/16/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s)

Scope and Content Note

Using electronic data recording tags placed on wild tuna, Barbara Block of the Tuna Research and Conservation Center and her fellow researchers discovered that some Western Atlantic bluefin mingle with their counterparts from the Eastern Mediterranean. B-roll
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01-0817-1 Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute - Tagging Bluefins (Rough Cut) 08/17/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Hopkins Marine Station and Monterey Bay Aquarium researchers attach electronic tags to Bluefin Tunas. Using electronic data recording tags placed on wild tuna, researchers discovered that some Western Atlantic bluefin mingle with their counterparts from the Eastern Mediterranean--a finding that could have a profound impact on international efforts to conserve the magnificent animal, whose numbers have sharply declined as a result of intense commercial fishing in recent decades.
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01-0911-1 Steven Block Press Conference, Sept. 11th 09/11/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Professor Steven Block, an expert on national security and terrorism, spoke at a press conference September 11th on the Stanford campus to answer technical questions surrounding the World Trade Center disaster.
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01-0914-1a John Hennessy, 9/11 Memorial 09/14/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

President Hennessy addressed a large crowd gathered Friday on the Main Quad as part of America's National Day of Prayer and Remembrance.
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01-0914-1b John Hennessy, 9/11 Memorial 09/14/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

President Hennessy addressed a large crowd gathered Friday on the Main Quad as part of America's National Day of Prayer and Remembrance.
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01-0914-1c John Hennessy, 9/11 Memorial 09/14/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

President Hennessy addressed a large crowd gathered Friday on the Main Quad as part of America's National Day of Prayer and Remembrance.
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01-0921-1 111th Opening Convocation, President Hennessy 9/21/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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President John Hennessy welcomes the Class of 2005 at the 111th Opening Convocation. Staff marches in 1:35; Speech by reverend 3:00; America the Beautiful 7:32; Robin 10:34; Vice Provost for undergraduates 18:09; Sohenee 25:12; Hennessy 33:50
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01-0921-2a 111th Opening Convocation, President Hennessy, Cutaways 09/21/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

President John Hennessy welcomes the Class of 2005 at the 111th Opening Convocation.
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01-0921-2b 111th Opening Convocation, President Hennessy, Cutaways 09/21/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

President John Hennessy welcomes the Class of 2005 at the 111th Opening Convocation.
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01-0921-3a 111th Opening Convocation, President Hennessy 09/21/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

President John Hennessy welcomes the Class of 2005 at the 111th Opening Convocation.
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01-0921-3b 111th Opening Convocation, President Hennessy 09/21/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

President John Hennessy welcomes the Class of 2005 at the 111th Opening Convocation. Jean A. New Vice Provost is welcomed 4:40:00 Crowd cut aways 10:13:00 School song 19:15:00
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01-0926-1a William Perry, MS&E193/293: Technology and National Security 09/26/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 40:00
Former US Secretary of Defense, William Perry, lecture on technology in national security for course, MS&E193/293: Technology and National Security.
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01-0926-1b William Perry, MS&E193/293: Technology and National Security 09/26/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 40:00
Former US Secretary of Defense, William Perry. lecture on technology in national security for course, MS&E193/293: Technology and National Security.
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01-0928-1 Nobel Prize Montage, Martin Perl, Douglas Osheroff, Steven Chu, Myron Scholes, Robert Laughlin 9/28/01

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

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Length: 00:01:45
Images of the Nobel Prize Events at Stanford. Five Stanford Nobel Prize winners --Martin Perl, Douglas Osheroff, Steven Chu, Myron Scholes and Robert Laughlin --celebrate the honor on the day each was notified.
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01-1001-1 Professor Widrow, D-Hear Necklace for hearing loss. 10/01/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Length: 00:02:11
Electrical engineering Professor Bernard Widrow designed a microphone array necklace called Directional HEaring ARray (D-HEAR) for the hearing impaired.
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01-1001-2 William Perry, MS&E193/293: Technology and National Security 10/01/2001

Physical Description: 1 videotape(s) (MiniDV)

Scope and Content Note

Former US Secretary of Defense, William Perry, lecture on technology in national security for course, MS&E193/293: Technology and National Security.
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01-1004 -1 Sunspots, B-Roll 10/04/2001

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