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Reunion Open House

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Friday, October 13th from 4:30-6:00 pm at HumBio's building 20 in the main quad.

Follow your neural pathways back to HumBio during Homecoming Weekend to reconnect with your A-side and B-side HumBio community of alumni, faculty, students, and staff.  This will be a time to catch up with friends over light refreshments, talk to students about their research posters, enjoy some of HumBio's memory-lane treasures in building 20, and get HumBio swag. 

Registration is free and optional, but encouraged, because it is fun to know who is coming. REGISTER HERE.

Map to building 20.

Stanford Homecoming Reunion Weekend information.

Questions? Contact Robyn Duby at rlduby@stanford.edu or 650-725-0336

 

HumBio celebrated its 45th in 2016 with a festschrift for Bill Durham

Bill Durham regaled with his HumBio stories, alumni shared their diverse academic and career perspectives, NOKA, the muscial Basque group, entertained with song and story, and friends reconnected with friends.

45th Program  ~   Retro-recap of Bill Durham's lactose lecture highlights  ~   Alumni appreciation video for Bill Durham

The Bill Durham Teaching Fund

Each gift to the Bill Durham Teaching Fund builds the endowment, boosting HumBio's ability to recruit the next generation of faculty, and support high quality teaching in Human Biology for years to come. When alumni reflect on the incredible teaching they experienced in Human Biology, Bill Durham's name always come up. He has become synonymous with Human Biology, captivating classroom instruction, and influential mentorship. Big thanks to all who contribute to this special fund, which will help keep HumBio the premier major at Stanford.