Alumni News & Features

Parth Bhakta (Class of 2013) was featured along with Computer Science major Ben Rudolph in a recent Stanford News Service article about their development of innovation technology for refugees in Ethiopia. Parth and Ben were among a group of Stanford students who traveled with Prof. Mariano Florentino-Cuéllar to a ...


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Posted by Admin 4 years, 7 months ago

Dylan Arena (Class of 2001), Co-Founder and Chief Learning Scientist at one of our stops on the recent ed-tech field trip, Kidaptive, has had his company profiled in a recent article on TheDishDaily.com:


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Posted by Admin 4 years, 11 months ago

Matthew X. Etchemendy (Class of 2006) will reportedly be following up his joint Stanford Law (J.D.) and Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees with a clerkship under Justice Anthony M. Kennedy of the U.S. Supreme Court for the term that begins in October 2013. Congratulations to Max!


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Posted by Admin 4 years, 11 months ago

Gentry Underwood (Class of 1999), CEO of Orchestra (previously the maker of a popular to-do app), has been in the news recently as his new app Mailbox launched with widespread anticipation and a long list of signed up users.

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Posted by Admin 5 years ago

Matthew Flannery (Class of 2000), Cofounder of Kiva.org, was featured on Episode 205H of the public television series Revolutionaries,  titled "Doing Well By Doing Good":



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Posted by Admin 5 years ago

Dalton Caldwell (Class of 2003), previously the founder of imeem, has been getting attention for his latest creation: App.net. In a recent story at Le Temps/Worldcrunch, Benjamin Ferran writes: "To distinguish themselves from Facebook and Twitter, new social networks are trying to find a different economic model. A ...


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Posted by Admin 5 years, 1 month ago

Luke Swartz and Steven Riley (both Class of 2002) are presenters this evening in San Francisco's Nerd Night, 8 pm at 155 Fell Street. Luke is presenting "Shibboleths, or How Not to Get Killed for Saying the Wrong Thing”, and Steve is presenting “Get Across and Get Down! The ...


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Posted by Admin 5 years, 1 month ago

Peter Deng (Class of 2005), Director of Product Management at Facebook, has been named one of Forbes Magazine's 30 Under 30 for 2012, in the category of "Games and Apps". From Forbes.com:

"One of the key behind-the-scenes guys heading core Facebook applications such as Messages, Groups, Photos and ...


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Posted by Admin 5 years, 2 months ago

Symbolic Systems Forum presents...

"Crowd-Powered Systems"
Michael Bernstein
Computer Science Department

Monday, January 14, 2013
12:15-1:05 pm
Margaret Jacks Hall, Greenberg Seminar Room (460-126)
map link: http://campus-map.stanford.edu/?id=01-460&lat=37.4285008259&lng=-122.170359989&zoom=17&srch=460

ABSTRACT:
Crowd-powered systems combine computation with ...


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Posted by Julie Fortuna 5 years, 3 months ago

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