04/18/20: Alumni Day - Medicine in the Age of Technology - CANCELLED
Witness the evolution of Medicine!
On behalf of the Stanford Medicine Alumni Association, we would like to invite you back to The Farm for a day of celebration with our vibrant alumni community of medical and bioscience graduates. Reconnect to the campus and with your former classmates, meet new colleagues, and enjoy inspiring faculty as we explore this year’s theme—Medicine in the Age of Technology—focusing on medicine and bioscience in a technology-driven world.
06/04/2020 - 06/07/2020 Sierra Camp Week-end - CANCELLED
Join us for the twelth annual Stanford Medical Alumni Association week-end at Stanford's Sierra Camp at Fallen Leaf Lake! Camp is always a very special weekend full of relaxation, great food, and outstanding activities! Everything from hiking, star gazing, swimming, boating, photography, art, nature walks, to wonderful talks and discussions with fellow alumni and friends.
03/20/2020: Match Day Evening Celebration - CANCELLED
The Stanford Medical Alumni Association is proud to host an evening dinner and program to commemorate the MD candidates who have received their residency assignments and to welcome them to Alumnihood. This is a celebratory evening event that brings together students, family members, faculty and staff. Each candidate is presented with a stethoscope holder and engraved plate and School of Medicine diploma frame.
03/10/2020: Student Outreach to Alumni Resources (SOAR) Dinner - CANCELLED
Our Annual SOAR (Student Outreach to Alumni Resources) dinner is a mentoring event for PhD students who are exploring different industries and career options. This event is designed to help students narrow their focus by providing an informational venue to meet alumni, who have practiced or conducted research in a specific area, current postdocs, and faculty representing a variety of industries. Students will have the opportunity to engage in conversation at the opening reception, two different tables during the course of the dinner and as well as an informal dessert reception.
02/22/2020: Los Angeles Brunch - Private Location
Thank you to everyone who could join us on Saturday in Los Angeles for a comlimentary brunch and show. We hope you had a magical time.
02/19/20: Half Century Luncheon
Thank you to everyone who attended the Stanford Medicine Alumni Association's Half Century Club Luncheon: a special afternoon designed to honor medical alumni and friends across multiple graduation years to celebrate those alumni who graduated more than 50 years ago.
Due to the evolving risk associated with the COVID-19 outbreak and out of concern for the well-being of our guests, the university’s senior leadership has recommended that some events of large gatherings or at-risk populations be cancelled or postponed indefinitely. We regret any inconvenience these changes may cause. For updates, please check your individual SMAA event on this website or contact our offices. Stanford University updates can be found athttp://med.stanford.edu/covid19
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