George Bunn, an advocate for a world without nuclear weapons and a consulting professor at Stanford's Center for International Security and Cooperation for two decades, died April 21 in Palo Alto.
Laudan Nabizadeh Fariborz, an alumna who was director of real estate investments at Stanford Management Company, died April 17 in New York City.
Cecilia Burciaga, a former administrator who held several posts during her 20-year career at Stanford, including associate dean and development officer for student resources, died March 25 in Stanford.
Jon C. Sandelin, a former senior licensing associate at the Office of Technology Licensing, died March 18 in Los Altos.
Elizabeth Gao, an undergraduate student, died March 6 in Palo Alto.
Cristanne Wijman, an associate professor of neurology and neurological sciences at the School of Medicine and an expert in neurocritical care, died Feb. 28 in Stanford.
Lester Roberts, an R&D engineer at the Stanford Genome Technology Center, died Feb. 28 in Palo Alto.
Joseph Frank, a professor emeritus of Slavic languages and literatures and an acclaimed biographer of Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky, died Feb. 27 in Palo Alto.
J. Martin Evans, an English professor at Stanford for nearly 50 years and a leading Milton scholar, died Feb. 11 in Stanford.
Harry Press, a former managing director of Stanford's Professional Journalism Fellowships Program and the Knight Fellowships Program and the founding editor of the alumni newspaper, The Stanford Observer, died Feb. 6 in Palo Alto.
Karl Blume, an emeritus professor of medicine who founded Stanford's blood and marrow transplantation program, died Jan. 9 in Palo Alto.
Tucker Chan, a graduate student in the Physics Department, died Jan. 5 in Menlo Park, Calif.