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  • Vijay and Ram Shriram

    Fall 2014 Highlights in Giving

    SHRIRAM CENTER OPENS: Stanford University trustee Kavitark "Ram" Shriram, right, and his wife, Vidjealatchoumy "Vijay" Shriram, have provided $61 million in support for the new Shriram Center for Bioengineering & Chemical Engineering and an endowed departmental chair. This fourth and final building of the university's new Science and Engineering Quad opened in June. Students, faculty, and researchers benefit from close proximity to the School of Medicine and Stanford hospitals, as well as other engineering departments. Read the Stanford Report story to learn more. PHOTO: Joel Simon


  • the Wisch and Anderson families

    Fall 2014 Highlights in Giving

    INSPIRED BY THE ARTS: In honor of his 30th reunion campaign, Steven, '83, and Debi Wisch (Parents '16) have committed $1 million to support the Anderson Collection at Stanford University. The collection, one of the world's most outstanding private assemblies of post-World War II American art, was unveiled in September in a new building on Stanford's campus. The Wisches are pictured with Mary Margaret "Moo" Anderson (standing, center) and Harry W. "Hunk" Anderson (seated).



  • veterans in a GSB design thinking course

    Fall 2014 Highlights in Giving

    STANFORD IGNITE FOR POST-9/11 VETERANS: This summer, the Graduate School of Business welcomed veterans (pictured above) to hone their entrepreneurship skills. Stanford Ignite is a certificate program that teaches innovators to formulate, develop, and commercialize their ideas. The four-week program was offered exclusively for post-9/11 veterans with help from Susan and Riley Bechtel, JD/MBA '79; Darren H. Bechtel, '04, MBA '10; Katherine Bechtel, '07, MBA '14; Andrea Okamura and Jeffrey T. Chambers, MBA '80; Jackie and Bret Comolli, MBA '89 (Parents '17); Kamilla, MBA '92, and John Hurley, MBA '93; Robert E. Larson, '73, MBA '75; and Jill and Rob Selati, MBA '93. PHOTO: Saul Bromberger

  • senior class gift of 2014

    Fall 2014 Highlights in Giving

    CLASS OF 2014: Shortly before Commencement, members of the Senior Gift Committee presented a check in support of The Stanford Fund. This year, 80 percent of graduating seniors participated in the gift campaign, which raised $176,055 for undergraduate scholarships, academic programs, and student organizations. PHOTO: L. A. Cicero / Stanford News



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