Since 2003, Residential & Dining Enterprises has offered a program – Stepping Stones to Success – that gives Stanford employees a chance to advance their education through classes on everything from reading to writing to computer skills.
The three years of research Wanda Corn conducted to produce her exhibition and book, Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern, was underwritten by an Andrew W. Mellon Emeritus Fellowship administered by Stanford’s Department of Art and Art History.
Speakers at the May 25 meeting included special guest Jonathan R. Cole, a professor at Columbia University; Harry J. Elam, Jr., vice president for the arts; Alexander Nemerov, chair of art and art history; and Stephen Sano, professor (teaching) of music.
Reyno Peralta, the lead custodian at Florence Moore Hall, is one of this year’s winners of the Amy J. Blue Award, which honors staff members who are exceptionally dedicated, supportive of colleagues and passionate about their work.
The winners of the individual awards are Ben Barres, a professor at Stanford Medicine, and James Jordan, a senior manager at the Stanford Alumni Association. The winner of the program award is the Diversity and First-Gen Office.