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  • Stanford University EH&S Lab Safety Compliance Videos
    situations through the Internet or through class sessions with the Environmental Health and Safety Department EH S Ergonomics Computer Workstation EHS 3400 Provides complete guidance on properly adjusting your computer office setup and covers the essential ergonomically correct work practices Web Based Training Register on line at STARS via Axess Portal http axess stanford edu or Live Class Sessions at EH S Register on line at STARS via Axess Portal Departments wishing to schedule special group sessions should contact EH S at 736 4392 Laboratory Ergonomics EHS 4800 For lab staff performing repetitive tasks this class provides general tips on proper lab equipment setup and healthy work practices Topics covered include microscope use pipetting and miscellaneous hand tool use Departments wishing to schedule special group sessions should contact EH S at 736 4392 Back Care Safe Lifting EHS 1400 This training provides employees helpful guidance for preventing injuries while performing manual handling activities Principles covered include proper body postures and lifting carrying techniques Register on line at STARS via Axess Portal http axess stanford edu Departments requesting to schedule special group sessions should contact EH S at 736 4392 Ergonomics Awareness EHS 3600 This site specific training session is designed

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/EHS/prod/general/ergo/new_ergo_train.html (2012-11-21)
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  • Stanford University EH&S Lab Safety Compliance Videos
    Hazardous Waste Health Physics Laboratory Safety Laser Safety Occupational Health Safety Training Communications To search EH S web site QUICK LINKS PC Keyboard Shortcuts Mac Keyboard Shortcuts WORK RELATED ACHES AND PAINS If you have been experiencing symptoms such as Reoccurring or continuous pain discomfort Redness and swelling Limited range of motion Numbness or tingling sensation Decreasing hand grip strength You should report the symptoms or injury to your supervisor

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/EHS/prod/general/ergo/new_ergo_injury.html (2012-11-21)
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  • Chemical Inventory Instructions Appendix
    Information Management System SCIMS Chemical Storage Maps Notification Sheets Questions and Answers APPENDIX Sample Chemical Storage Map Manufacture s Code List Hazard Code Table Units of Measure Table Required Fields

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/EHS/prod/researchlab/chem/inven/instructions/appendix.html (2012-11-21)
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  • Past Winners of the Hoefer Prize | Undergraduate Academic Life
    Engineers Instructor Professor David Lougee in conjunction Mechanical Engineering 203 Manufacturing and Design Instructor Professor David Beach Back to Top 2005 2006 Hoefer Prize Winners Humanities Jennifer Rose Carr Ce grand livre Objets intennionnels dans Zadig French Literature 131 Absolutism Enlightenment and Revolution in 17th and 18th Century France Instructor Dan Edelstein Eugenie Kim Popularization and Conservatism Audience and Intent in Sprat s The History of the Royal Society History 232F The Scientific Revolution Instructor Paula Findlen Social Sciences Nicole Alia Salis A Misuse of Equal Protection The Doe v Kamehameha Schools Case Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity 200X Senior Seminar Instructor C Matthew Snipp Sciences Ellen Theresa Gray Three Hypotheses for the Causes of the Paleocene Eocene Thermal Maximum A Fifty Five Million Year Old Mystery Geological and Environmental Sciences 150 Issues in the Earth Sciences Instructors Anne Egger and Dennis Bird Laure Sierra Katz Sails Sharks and Stomachaches My Voyage Through the Pacific Earth Systems 210 Senior Seminar Instructor Julie Kennedy Back to Top 2004 2005 Hoefer Prize Winners Humanities Tatiana Lutra Catanzarite There s Just Something About Mary Constructions and Reconstructions of the Magdalene from the Early Medieval Period through Modernity Religious Studies 112 Handmaids and Harlots Biblical Women in Jewish and Christian Traditions Instructors Barbara Pitkin and Adriane Leveen Social Sciences Anna Cueni Learning to Do Gender Linguistics 150 Introduction to Sociolinguistics Instructor Isabelle Buchstaller Sciences Jared Kaplan Constraining a Lorentz Violating Photon Mass with Johnson Noise Physics 107 Intermediate Physics Laboratory II Experimental Techniques and Data Analysis Instructor Mark Kasevich Engineering Laura Lyndsey Surma Green Dorm Project Proposal Civil and Environmental Engineering 100 Managing Sustainable Civil Engineering Projects Instructor Martin Fischer Back to Top 2003 2004 Hoefer Prize Winners Humanities Hal Brands As a Soldier As a Citizen As a Man Henry and John Laurens the Slave Regiment and the Influence of Revolutionary and Republican Ideals on American Perceptions of Slavery History 272 Political Science 321 Creating the American Republic Instructor Jack Rakove Social Sciences Jennifer Graham Is Islam the Barrier to Democracy in the Muslim World An Empirical Analysis of Muslim Culture and Its Democratic Tendencies Political Science 116 Non State Actors in World Politics Instructor Tim Bthe John M Stoops English Language Fluency Performance Expectations and Participation Sociology 200 Senior Seminar Instructor Kathy J Kuipers Sciences Phillip Dumesic Jared David Miller Emily Laura Stenseng Determination of Fluoride Ion Concentration in Reach ACT Anticavity Fluoride Rinse Using Ion Exchange Chromatography Chemistry 134 Principles of Quantitative Analysis Instructor Richard N Zare Back to Top 2002 2003 Hoefer Prize Winners Humanities Trevor Sutton The Penitent s Pulpit Alexander Radishchev and the French Enlightenment History 217 Men Women Power in Early Modern Russia Instructor Nancy Kollmann José Mariano Resendiz La inmigración indocumentada Un análisis desde tres perspectivas Spanish 102B Composition Writing Workshop for Heritage Language Students Instructor Alice Miano Social Sciences Niki Carelli The Politics of Extremism Wahhabism and the Second Chechen War Political Science 215 Explaining Ethnic Violence Instructor James Fearon Sciences Brian Faulk Genevieve

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  • Checklist for Research Grant Applications | Undergraduate Academic Life
    Research Opportunities Grants Scholarships Fellowships September Studies at Stanford Rights and Responsibilities Deadlines Events Printables For Faculty Staff For Parents Family Ask Us Give Feedback Checklist for Research Grant Applications Advising Appointments Deadlines Events How to Apply Research Grants Links Student Research Grants Student Arts Grants Applying for Research Grants Timeline for Grant Applications Eligibility for Grants Requirements for Preparing for Off Campus Research Human Subjects Approval Construct a Budget

    Original URL path: http://stanford.edu/dept/undergrad/cgi-bin/drupal_ual/OO_research_opps_ResearchAppCheck.html (2012-11-21)
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  • Understanding the Research Grant Review Process | Undergraduate Academic Life
    the following Originality and Significance Research and creative work are efforts to explore new understandings of the world Successful proposals tackle interesting new ideas and eventually contribute novel data interpretations insights and or analyses to your chosen discipline Intellectual Rigor Successful proposals demonstrate a sophisticated understanding of what the broader research or artistic community already knows about your topic as reflected in peer reviewed publications for example Methods and techniques Your methods and techniques address the questions or goals that you articulate in a direct and logical way These methods stand up to informed criticism by other practitioners of your discipline For Major Grant proposals your participation in an honors program is an important part of demonstrating such rigor Feasibility A successful proposal outlines a realistic plan which stands a good chance of meeting with success You discuss logistical preparations to date identify potential hurdles and present contingency plans These preparations help you surmount the unexpected obstacles that are inevitable when your thoughtful project design encounters the real world Preparation Successful applicants have undertaken the training and careful thought that promotes a successful experience You have acquired a background in the methods that you propose to use and lined up an appropriate level of mentoring support If you are conducting a project off campus you will have completed the UAR required Pre Field Preparation Proposal Decisions UAR makes every effort to judge proposals in a timely way Our goal is to announce decisions within three weeks of proposal submission deadlines for Small Grants Conference Grants and Angel Grants UAR plans to announce decisions within seven weeks of the deadlines for Major Grants and Chappell Lougee Scholarships Proposals may be approved denied or placed on hold You may revise and resubmit a proposal that is placed on hold but we cannot

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  • Following Up on a Proposal Decision | Undergraduate Academic Life
    as possible for potential approval We will include some suggestions in our notice that your project is on hold If you still have questions about our concerns you may set up an appointment with us as well If your proposal was approved you must at a minimum sign a Student Grant Contract and Waiver available at the UAR front desk Sweet Hall 1st Floor M F 8 am to 5 pm and bring us a letter thanking the donor who made your grant possible please review our guidelines before writing this letter If your approved project uses human subjects upload your protocol approval from Stanford s IRB to your application in the UAR grant application portal There may also be specific preparations required for off campus projects and a deadline to complete them will be included in your grant approval email Getting Your Money UAR funds successful grants through the Financial Aid Office UAR does not print checks directly Your check will be processed and mailed through Student Financial Services Checks are mailed to the address you have entered into Axess it is your responsibility to make sure that this address is current To shorten the processing time for stipend checks you should sign up for direct deposit in Axess if you don t already have this arranged with the University when set up direct deposit is the default way for stipend checks to be disbursed If there is a hold or balance on your University account you will need to correspond with SFS to resolve the issue See Financial Aid See Student Financial Services Spending Your Money We require you to spend your grant funds in accordance with your approved budget We ask that you track your expenses and save receipts for all project related expenses In some circumstances

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  • PWR Undergraduate Advisory Board Recruitment Information | Undergraduate Academic Life
    Its members have facilitated the following Campaigned for a PWR Open House which now takes place before Winter and Spring quarter in Wallenberg Hall At this event students can meet prospective instructors and find out more about which course they might want to take UAB members serve as Ambassadors at the Open House telling students about which courses to check out Designed the PWR Open House Video Project online course descriptions are now accompanied by two minute video interviews with instructors Suggested a new design for the section descriptions posted online so they are easier to review Now descriptions list readings and assignments separately Each description is linked to the instructor s online profile Reviewed PWR section descriptions every quarter to see how they might better appeal to students Conducted a survey of CWP the Community Writing Project and consulted on the PWR Self Study project by giving advice about survey questions Members helped design the focus groups and helped with advertising Led the initiative to train WIM tutors in the Writing Center Shared their wisdom about the pacing and assignment sequence with instructors at PWR Orientations Their suggestions were key to changes made to PWR 2 helping the Program

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