‘Florence turns 50’

florenceStanford’s overseas program in Italy celebrated a milestone birthday in June – 50 years. According to IRENE KENNEDY, executive director of the Bing Overseas Studies Program,   450 alumni and guests were on hand to celebrate in Florence.

A feature in the latest Stanford magazine also dropped a few names of alumni who had participated in the program as students: Pulitzer Prize-winning historian DAVID KENNEDY, ’63; Yale University President RICHARD LEVIN, ’68; former U.S. Ambassador to Austria SUSAN RASINSKI MCCAW, ’84; and Expedia.com founder RICHARD BURTON, ’89.

Read the full article in Stanford magazine.