Delane Parnell is the founder and CEO of PlayVS, which is building the technology infrastructure for high school and college esports leagues. Prior to starting PlayVS, Parnell worked at IncWell Venture Capital, where he became the youngest black venture capitalist in the United States. In this talk, he explores his own journey from undertaking small-scale… Read more Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders - Delane Parnell, PlayVS
This video inaugurates the Stanford Healthcare AI Applied Research Team and Simulation Lab on the Redwood City Campus. The simulation lab is a space where Stanford researchers can collaborate with tech and industry partners to do research and development for ideas and devices.
With over 80% of the world’s biodiversity occurring on Indigenous territory, respecting and reviving Indigenous conservation practices will be critical for protecting future ecosystem health. Maria Azhunova, the 2020 Bright Award winner, is an indigenous Buryat conservation leader who harnesses her people’s Indigenous knowledge and culture to drive conservation projects in both Eastern Russia and… Read more 2020 Bright Award Winner - Maria Azhunova
H.R. McMaster and former Ambassador Ho-Young Ahn discuss the daunting challenges South Korea faces with North Korea’s nuclear and missile ambitions and China’s political and economic aggression. South Korea’s relationship with Japan is increasingly strained due to historical grievances as South Korea-U.S. relations are complicated due to anti-alliance sentiment among a vocal minority of South… Read more Battlegrounds w/ H.R. McMaster
The annual Bright Award for Environmental Sustainability went to the incredible Aisha Khan this year. In its seventh year of honoring those around the world for their work in this field, we were excited for another story to tell and in collaboration with the Stanford Law School. PRE-PRODUCTION TO PRODUCTION Shooting the story ourself is… Read more Bright Award 2019
Pat Sajak interviews Peter Robinson on writing the “Tear down this wall” speech Thirty years after Ronald Reagan’s famous denouncement of the Berlin Wall, Peter Robinson reflects on writing the Brandenburg Gate speech and why it was so important to include the now memorable words, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” Pat Sajak, host of… Read more The Speech That Defined a Presidency
This Stanford University broadcast spot was produced for the 2016-17 athletic season, on the occasion of Stanford’s 125th anniversary. Stanford Video co-produced this video which highlights the 125-year journey of Stanford University. Learn more about the University by exploring a timeline of other great Stanford moments over its 125 years.
Student-athletes at Stanford talk about how “It’s On Us,” as a community, to prevent sexual assault and relationship violence. Sexual Assault Support & Resources: https://notalone.stanford.edu —— update ——