Groundbreaking Stanford economist Masahiko Aoki dies at 77
Stanford economist Masahiko Aoki was a pioneer and leader in the scholarly understanding of the organizational forms involved in economic life. He also was renowned for innovative research on the economies of Japan and other East Asian nations.
Wilfred H. Stone, Stanford professor emeritus of English, dies at 97
Stone was known for his knowledge of 19th- and 20th-century British literature, particularly the works of E.M. Forster and the Bloomsbury Group, and his commitment to the improvement of undergraduate education.
Henry Riggs, retired engineering professor and entrepreneur, dies at 80
A memorial service will take place today for Henry E. "Hank" Riggs, professor emeritus of engineering and a former vice president of development.
Stanford anthropologist Arthur P. Wolf dies at 83
Wolf was known for his knowledge of early 20th-century Taiwan and as a scholar of the biological roots of incest avoidance.
Ray Bacchetti, Stanford emeritus staff member, mentor and community volunteer, dies at 81
A memorial service will be held Saturday, June 20, at 3 p.m. at the Stanford Faculty Club for Raymond Bacchetti, who oversaw the university's budget and planning operations during the administrations of Stanford Presidents Richard Lyman and Donald Kennedy.
Norman Nie, Stanford scholar and entrepreneur, dies at 72
A leading thinker in the behavior of the American voter, Norman Nie revolutionized how social scientists analyze data.
William Cohen, Stanford law professor and constitutional law expert, dead at 81
Stanford law Professor William Cohen's constitutional law casebook has given generations of law students a clear path toward a better understanding of the court's doctrinal issues.
Paul Kalanithi, Stanford neurosurgeon and writer, dies at 37
Paul Kalanithi wrote essays for the New York Times and Stanford Medicine reflecting on being a physician and a patient, the human experience of facing death, and the joy he found despite terminal illness.
Carl Djerassi, Stanford professor and world-renowned chemist, dead at 91
In his long career, Stanford chemist Carl Djerassi excelled in science and the arts. He may be remembered most as the father of the birth control pill.
Memorial set for Anna Marie Zarate Porras
Porras, an alumna who had worked at Stanford since 1991, received the inaugural Office of Development Distinguished Service Award in January 2015.