Tag: Stanford Alumni Association

Women's History month books

What to read now during Women's History Month

by Stanford magazine on March 9, 2020 4:32 pm
March is Women’s History Month. So, Stanford magazine compiled a list of inspirational works by Stanford alumnae. Toxic Femininity in the Workplace: Office Gender Politics Are a Battlefield, Ginny Hogan, ’13; Morrow Gift. The best humor touches on the truth; this snarky gem is a full-on embrace. The World That We Knew, Alice Hoffman, MA ’75; Simon… Read more What to read now during Women's History Month

Four alumni inducted into the Stanford Multicultural Alumni Hall of Fame

by Stanford Alumni Association on October 27, 2019 3:03 pm
At the 25th annual Multicultural Alumni Hall of Fame induction ceremony during the recent Reunion Homecoming, Stanford recognized SIDNEY DILLARD, ’84; NEIL KAHO‘OKELE HANNAHS, ’73, MA ’74; MAE LEE, ’92, MA ’93; and ALMA MEDINA, ’92, JD ’95, P ’19, P ’22. The Multicultural Alumni Hall of Fame honors Stanford’s most accomplished alumni of color and recognizes… Read more Four alumni inducted into the Stanford Multicultural Alumni Hall of Fame

Meet senior class co-president A.J. Aldana

by Jill Patton on September 17, 2019 2:42 pm
Seeing the recruitment flier for Stanford Sierra Camp changed everything. Specifically, the photo of a counselor water-skiing in a chicken costume. Then-freshman ARNOLD FLORES “A.J.” ALDANA JR., ’20, thought he’d better apply. He called up his intended summer employer, a cardiovascular engineering firm, to tell them, sorry, but he wouldn’t be joining them after all.… Read more Meet senior class co-president A.J. Aldana
Wise Guy book

Stanford Alumni Association has a few suggestions for summer reading

by Stanford magazine on June 26, 2019 3:45 pm
The search for a great summer read never ends. Next up with some suggestions is the Stanford Alumni Association, which – not surprisingly – recommends some works by Stanford alumni. Among them: Let’s Play Two: The Legend of Mr. Cub, the Life of Ernie Banks by Ron Rapoport, ’62 Wise Guy: Lessons from a Life… Read more Stanford Alumni Association has a few suggestions for summer reading
Janet Coleman-Belin

Stanford Alumni Association recognizes students for service to the university

by Stanford Alumni Association on June 6, 2019 3:00 pm
Every year, the Stanford Alumni Association recognizes Stanford students for their service and contributions to the campus community. Among them this year is graduating senior JANET COLEMAN-BELIN, recipient of the year’s Outstanding Achievement Award. She won the award for making a significant impact on the campus community through undergraduate activities and for demonstrating a strong… Read more Stanford Alumni Association recognizes students for service to the university
Sterling Award

Senior Ian Macato has won the Sterling Award for outstanding service to Stanford

by Sashaun Wood on May 23, 2019 2:35 pm
Graduating senior IAN MACATO has received the Stanford Alumni Association’s 2019 J.E. Wallace Sterling Award for outstanding service to Stanford. Macato was recognized for his ability to empower others through his collaborative leadership style. Macato, who will graduate with bachelor’s degrees in symbolic systems and in comparative studies in race and ethnicity, has been active… Read more Senior Ian Macato has won the Sterling Award for outstanding service to Stanford
Gold Spike Award

Canales and McCaw receive university’s highest volunteer service honor

by Stanford Alumni Association on April 23, 2019 11:58 am
Alumni JIM CANALES, ’88, MA ’89 and SUSAN R. McCAW, ’84, are this year’s recipients of the Gold Spike Award, Stanford’s highest honor for volunteer service. The Gold Spike Award is presented annually by Stanford Associates, an honorary organization of about 3,100 Stanford alumni who have demonstrated significant and long-standing volunteer service to the university. President… Read more Canales and McCaw receive university’s highest volunteer service honor
Take Back the Mic

Activists from 1968 among Multicultural Alumni Hall of Fame inductees

by Stanford News Service on October 29, 2018 2:58 pm
The students who took the mic in 1968 from then-Provost RICHARD LYMAN during a convocation held in the wake of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination were among those recently inducted into the Stanford Multicultural Alumni Hall of Fame. The Multicultural Hall of Fame recognizes accomplished alumni of color and the achievements of diverse alumni leaders.… Read more Activists from 1968 among Multicultural Alumni Hall of Fame inductees
Book recommendations

Stanford Alumni Association summer reading list 2018

by Stanford Alumni Association on July 6, 2018 4:30 pm
Ready to move your reading stack from bedside to poolside? We collected recommendations from SAA’s Book Salon faculty hosts, Stanford’s new-student Three Books program, Stanford Bing Overseas Studies Program and Stanford magazine’s book editor, and sorted them for your summer reading. We’re also collecting community (that’s you) recommendations. Tweet or Instagram your favorite books using #CardinalBookClub and find great reads that… Read more Stanford Alumni Association summer reading list 2018
2018 Award of Excellence

SAA recognizes students for their achievements and service

by Stanford Alumni Association on May 30, 2018 2:35 pm
The STANFORD ALUMNI ASSOCIATION recently recognized undergraduate and graduate students with the 2018 Outstanding Achievement Award, Class of 2018 Award of Excellence and 2018 Graduate Student Community Impact Award. Graduating seniors ALEXANDRA ENRIQUE, LUIS ORNELAS and HARRISON PHILLIPS received the Stanford Alumni Association’s 2018 Outstanding Achievement Award. This award is given to the top two… Read more SAA recognizes students for their achievements and service