October 22, 2010 - President John Hennessy welcomes alumni to Reunion Homecoming 2010. He shares recent developments at Stanford and what might be happening in the near future. After President Hennessy, a panel consisting of Stanford faculty members discusses the advancements in technology that have changed the face of societal communication.
This talk was a featured event at the 2010 Stanford Reunion Homecoming Weekend. The weekend consisted of many different events including faculty lectures, campus tours, and a Stanford football game.
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