The Haas Center catalyzes alumni involvement to actively support students working to make a difference in the world. As the University launches Cardinal Service, a bold campus-wide initiative to elevate and expand service on campus, alumni engagement becomes more critical. Alumni support Haas Center programs through gifts of time and treasure.
Each summer over 300 alumni worldwide take students engaged in public service to lunch. In addition, local alumni host evening events, bringing together alumni and students. To find out about hosting an event in your area next summer, contact Peggy Propp.
Reunion Homecoming Weekend
Breakfast at Haas
Sunday, October 27, 9:00–11:00 am
Connect with alumni, staff, and students and to learn about Cardinal Service, the campus-wide effort to make service an essential feature of a Stanford education. We’ll have Stanford in Government and Students for a Sustainable Stanford mini-reunions and a short program at 10:00. Stop by and pick up a free Stanford rally shirt, featuring Cardinal Service. Learn more and RSVP
Cardinal Society Luncheon: What We Learn Through Service to Others
Sunday, October 27, 12:00–2:00 pm
Alumni who graduated before 1954 are invited to join Deborah Stipek, Judy Koch Professor of Education and the Peter E. Haas Faculty Director of the Haas Center for Public Service, to learn about how the university’s mission is connected to public service as foundational to a well-rounded education. Learn More
Symposium of Undergraduate Research and Public Service (SURPS)
Thursday, October 24, 4:00-6:00 pm
SURPS serves as a opportunity for Stanford undergraduates to present their research, arts, senior synthesis, and public service projects to the broader university community. Learn More
Check out the video and resources below and let us know how you would like to be involved.
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