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  • Sigrid Close

    Sigrid Close, associate professor of aeronautics and astronautics, delivers her talk, "Impact! When Particles and Satellites Collide" for members of the Founding Grant Society.

  • Carter Elliott

    Carter Elliott, '55

  • Sandra and Edward Martinez

    Sandra and Edward Martinez, '64

  • Linda and Wayne Otchis

    Linda and Wayne Otchis, '65

  • Doug Brown

    Doug Brown, '59, MBA '61, chairman of the Founding Grant Society board

  • Maurice Hamilton and Vivien Abad

    Maurice Hamilton, '69, and Vivien Abad, MF '03

  • A member of the Stanford Mendicants, a student a cappella group, entertains the crowd

    A member of the Stanford Mendicants, a student a cappella group, entertains the crowd.

  • Jake Hamson and Sarah Donaldson

    Jake Hamson and Sarah Donaldson, CERT '72

  • Frank Longo

    Frank Longo, the George E. and Lucy Becker Professor and chair of the Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences, discusses his research on maintaining cognitive health and preventing dementia.

  • Lauren Post, Tom Shannon, and Alice Woo

    Lauren Post, ’79, MBA ’90, Tom Shannon, MBA ’82, and Alice Woo

  • Larry Templeton and Cynthia Sun

    Larry Templeton, '58, and Cynthia Sun

  • Douglas Long and Lisa Allen-Long

    Douglas Long and Lisa Allen-Long

  • Sigrid Close and Kenneth Croker

    After her presentation, Close speaks with Kenneth Croker, '57.

Founding Grant Society Luncheon

April 2017

More than 340 Stanford alumni and friends gathered at the Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center in April 2017 for the annual Founding Grant Society meeting. Attendees heard a presentation by Frank Longo, the George E. and Lucy Becker Professor and chair of the Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences, on how to counteract the effects of dementia and maintain cognitive health. Sigrid Close, associate professor of aeronautics and astronautics, spoke about the effects of space dust on satellites orbiting Earth.

The Founding Grant Society honors those who plan to leave a legacy for Stanford through bequests and other planned gifts. For more information, please contact the Office of Planned Giving.

PHOTOS: Steve Castillo

 

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