Alumni Association Awards Honor Volunteers, Faculty

The association awarded alumni for outstanding service during reunion weekend events.

October 01, 2007

The Stanford GSB Alumni Association presented awards for outstanding service to four alumni and one faculty member during reunion weekend events.

Tom Arnett, MBA ‘57, Jim King, MBA ‘77, Kurt Hauser, MBA ‘62 and Linda Segre, MBA ‘87 received John W. Gardner Volunteer Leadership Award. The recognition honors alumni volunteers who have demonstrated a history of strong volunteer commitment in many different areas frequently in a leadership role. The recipients made significant impact on the school through their volunteer efforts

Also honored was George G. C. Parker, Dean Witter Distinguished Professor of Finance Emeritus. Parker, a frequent speaker at alumni events around the world who himself is a graduate of the Stanford GSB (MBA ‘62, PhD ‘67) received the alumni association’s 2007 Robert K. Jaedicke Silver Apple Award, given to recognize faculty service.

The award is named for Robert K. Jaedicke, an emeritus dean of the school, and is presented annually to honor a Stanford GSB faculty member for his/her contributions to alumni relations with a special emphasis on faculty support and participation in alumni events.

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