Laudan Nabizadeh Fariborz, who joined Stanford Management Company in 2007, earned a bachelor's degree and an MBA at Stanford.
Burciaga, who worked at Stanford for 20 years, took the helm as assistant to the president and provost for Chicano affairs in 1974.
Sandelin, a senior licensing associate at the Office of Technology Licensing for nearly two decades, was responsible for licensing all forms of intellectual property, including inventions, computer software and university trademarks.
Joseph Frank, a professor emeritus of Slavic languages and literatures at Stanford, is remembered for his remarkable Dostoevsky biography series and a lifelong commitment to teaching.
Evans' influential books led many to see how profoundly John Milton shaped Western culture, and his teaching created decades of Miltonists.
Leave it to Harry Press to write his own obituary. He described himself as a "hack rewriteman," but he was really an indefatigable newspaperman.
Press retired from Stanford last summer after working at Stanford for three decades, including 11 years as academic committee coordinator in the Registrar's Office. She earned a bachelor's degree in English and a Master of Liberal Arts degree at Stanford.
Arthur "Pete" Veinott was a professor of management science and engineering who made major contributions to the theory of operations research.
Bill Moggridge, d.school professor, co-founder of IDEO and designer of the first laptop computer, dies at 69.
A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 2, in Stanford Memorial Church for Stanford University President Emeritus Richard W. Lyman, who died in May.