Selected Alumni Projects
Interviews with alumni conducted at Reunion Homecoming over the years. Topics include coming to Stanford, student life, academics, and life after Stanford.
Black Alumni Summit
Interviewees reflect on coming to Stanford, the experience of Black students during their time here, accomplishments and challenges, and advice for current students.
Estánfor: Our Voices
Recorded at the 2019 Latino Alumni Summit, these interviews explore the life stories and educational experiences of Latino students at Stanford from the 1970s through the 2000s.
Founding Grant Society
Individuals who have made planned gifts to Stanford discuss their sense of connection to the university, memorable Stanford experiences, and the impact of Stanford on their lives.
Markaz Oral History
The Markaz Oral History Project collects stories from the Muslim alumni community to capture the activism and advocacy that lead to the creation of the Markaz Resource Center.
Native American Alumni NACC
This collection contains oral history interviews with Native American alumni of Stanford University, as well as with staff members affiliated with the Native American Cultural Center.
Nurse Alumnae Interviews
Interviews with graduates of the Stanford University School of Nursing, conducted in 1988. Called the Lane Hospital Training School for Nurses until 1912, the School of Nursing operated from 1895 to 1974.
During the Peace Corps 50th Anniversary Celebration at Stanford University in 2011, the Stanford Historical Society conducted interviews with fourteen Peace Corps volunteers.
The purpose of the Stanford Pride Oral History Project is to preserve narratives of the Stanford LGBTQ+ community and engage alumni in documenting the community’s history.