updated 05:05 pm EST, Thu January 6, 2005
Jobs at Stanford 2005
Apple and Pixar CEO Steve Jobs has , University President John Hennessy announced yesterday. Hennessy said that he selected Jobs after receiving a list of recommendations from a committee consisting of faculty members Jody Maxmin and Eric Roberts, graduate students Roger Stanley and Sohini Ramachandran and senior class presidents Jen Graham, Steve Myrick, Paola Worsley and Spencer Porter, according to The Stanford Daily.
"The name Steve Jobs is synonymous with innovation and creativity over the past three decades. Steve has been a leader and visionary, a pioneer in the use of technology as a means to create a more engaging and humanistic world. The advisory committee identified Steve as someone who personified the spirit and creativity that have characterized Stanford since its founding. This was an inspired recommendation, and I thank them for their thoughtful work."