Many of the Society's past programs are now available as audio podcast and video through the Stanford iTunes and Youtube sites!! To listen to an audio podcast, open iTunes to download and subscribe to podcasts. Program recordings will be uploaded continuously as they become available.
Professor Al Hastorf describes how he first became involved in psychology in the army and the history of the department's enormous growth from its founding in 1892 under Frank Angell to what it is today.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Stanford American Indian Organization, three members of the Stanford community discuss the experiences of Native Americans at the university.
David Freyberg explores the past and the future of Stanford University's complex water source, distribution, and management system that typifies the challenges of managing water resources in a densely-populated, semi-arid environment.
Charles Junkerman follows the fluid biography of Stanford's sandstone: scoured out of the Sierras by great rivers, sedimented along the ancient ocean shore, upthrust by colliding tectonic plates, and blasted out of Greystone Quarry.