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  • Summer is the perfect time to groove at a concert featuring your favorite group or artist. Stanford has dozens of big names stopping by the campus on their tours this summer. Share your all-time favorite concert or who’s on your bucket list by Friday, July 10 and you’ll be entered to win a pair of tickets to one of two shows on campus!

  • Summer months offer a variety of professional development options. For benefits-eligible full time staff, the Staff Training Assistance Program (STAP) provides up to $800 per fiscal year (prorated for benefits-eligible part-time staff) for training and skills development related to your current job.

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July 07 Payday

To view your pay statement in Axess, under the Employee menu, click "My Pay Statements" under the Time & Pay column.

July 08 July Films: Stanford Global Studies Summer Film Festival

This year's annual Stanford Global Studies Summer Film Festival will feature eight films from around the world and focus on “Imagining Empire: A Global Retrospective”, a broad lens that looks at some of the historical and contemporary geopolitical and socioeconomic contexts of “empire.”

Festival dates: June 17th to August 26th.
Time: Films start at 7 p.m., followed by post-screening discussion
Location: Braun Corner, Room 105, 450 Serra Mall (campus map)
Admission: Free and open to the community.

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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

“The Battle of Algiers” (1966) by Gillo Pontecorvo (French, Arabic, English)
Moderator: Dan Edelstein | Sponsored by the France-Stanford Center/Mediterranean Studies Forum
In the 1950s, fear and violence escalate as the people of Algiers fight for independence from the French government.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

“The Chess Players (Shatranj Ke Khiladi)” (1977) by Satyajit Ray (Urdu/English/Hindi)
Moderator: Sangeeta Mediratta | Sponsored by the Center for South Asia

In 1856, two obsessive chess players fail to notice British rule extending into their Indian province.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

“Timbuktu” (2014) by Abderrahmane Sissako (French/Arabic/Bambara/English/Songhay)
Moderator: Laura Hubbard | Sponsored by the Center for African Studies

A cattle herder and his family who reside in the dunes of Timbuktu find their quiet lives--which are typically free of the Jihadists determined to control their faith--abruptly disturbed.

July 15 Timecard Deadline

Complete your timecard in Axess.
2015 payroll deadlines are listed online on Fingate.