Conradin von Gugelberg Memorial

The annual Conradin von Gugelberg Memorial honors a member of the MBA Class of ’87, and was founded by his peers to foster environmental responsibility among business students.

The lecture series ignited new conversations on campus at a time when awareness of environmental issues was very low. Over the years, these conversations became ubiquitous on the Stanford GSB campus and beyond.

In addition to the CVG Memorial, the Sustainable Business Club, the Food and Agriculture Club, and the Energy Club run regular events, including events featuring speakers or panels, small group dinners, career support groups, and retreats. These activities support students in developing their knowledge and networks around topics related to water, energy, food, sustainable supply chains, conservation, biodiversity, and more.

Just as the environmental conversation is now part of the DNA of the school, the Conradin von Gugelberg Event has become part of the fabric of the school and is offered within Stanford GSB’s signature View From The Top speaker series.

2016-17 Memorial Event

In a student-focused presentation on November 14, 2016, former vice president said a “sustainability revolution” is already sweeping the world, with “the speed of the information revolution and the scope of the industrial revolution.”

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