Welcome & Sawasdee March 2022
The Stanford Club of Thailand provides opportunities for Stanford University alumni, current students and their parents, and parents of former students to connect to one another, and to foster a sense of Stanford community in Thailand. Our Club organizes social and scholarly interactions for our local Stanford community through year-round events.
This website will introduce you to our vibrant community, our club events, its leadership, mission and, history. We hope the Club will help connect to the broader resources of Stanford communities elsewhere.
We also regularly organize activities with alumni clubs of other US colleges and universities. In the past, we've gathered to host speakers, leadership exercises, quiz night, pizza evenings with the GSB Chapter in Thailand, the alumni clubs of Harvard, HBS, MIT, and Berkeley. Together with UPenn Club, we cofounded and organize the IvyPlus gatherings in Thailand in 2015. We co-hosted the second IvyPlus gathering in Thailand, gathering over 600 alumni from Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Yale and alumni from OxBridge and LSE for a festive collegiate gala. In 2017, we co-hosted the third IvyPlus party, adding Chicago and Northwestern University. See other more recent events on the home page. The covid pandemic paused plans for other activities.
If you are interested in getting involved, have ideas for speakers or other activities, we would be delighted to hear from you, write us at Stanford.Thailand@gmail.com . We look forward to welcoming you soon to our club events.
The Stanford Club of Thailand operates under the auspices of the Stanford Alumni Association.
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