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  • Experience a performance from Gravity, a new musical written by Joel Chapman, ’14, MA ’15, Weston Gaylord, ’15, Matt Herrero, ’17, Jessia Hoffman, ’15, and Ken Savage ’14, MA ’15 as part of Stanford Art Institute's first 72-Hour Musical Project. This performance also features Hannah Hsieh, ’17, and Max Savage, ’16.

  • How much does culture affect emotion? Professor Jeanne Tsai explores how culture influences how people want to feel in their daily lives.

  • 44 million people currently suffer from various cognitive diseases, including dementia. Professor Frank Longo discusses the scientific advancements made in Alzheimer’s research and what preventive treatment may look like in the future. 

  • It's a wrap! After four years and 16 cities, Stanford+Connects, the Stanford Alumni Association’s global event tour, has come to a close. This event series brought the best of Stanford to alumni around the world, promising a “cure for the uncommonly curious.” And it delivered. More than 10,000 alumni, speakers, parents, students and friends connected in person, and thousands more participated virtually.



About Stanford+Connects

Stanford+Connects was a 16-city event tour that helped alumni re-experience Stanford (minus the midterms), multiply their networks and stretch their brain in infinite ways.