CEO Dinner with Noah Ready-Campbell

We are super excited to have Noah Ready-Campbell for the CEO Dinner series this week! A TBP member himself, he is the co-founder and CEO of Twice, a fashion retailing company that was acquired by Ebay last year, and is now working on his next idea. As a young founder, his perspective in building a new Read more…

CEO Dinner with Mar Hershenson

Mar Hershenson, Managing Partner at early stage venture fund Pejman Mar Ventures, will be joining us for dinner next week. An awesome guest (https://goo.gl/KV8Rkw) and free dinner (http://goo.gl/GajZ5n) — what more could you ask for. An incredible personality and a true innovator, she made it on this year’s Midas Brink List: http://goo.gl/rs8Xuu To attend, submit a brief Read more…

CEO Dinner with FlexPort’s Amos Elliston

We’re very excited to have Amos Elliston join us for dinner next week! Amos co-founded several companies on social networking for families and enterprise, before becoming the CTO of Flexport. Flexport is a global freight shipment management platform, and has significantly changed supply chain efficiency and control for global companies. The CEO Dinner Series hosted Read more…

CEO Dinner with Jason Xu

Hello Tau Beta Pies! Hope your winter quarter is going well! For next week’s CEO Dinner, we are hosting Jason Xu, CEO and Chief Gamer of Battlefy. We’re excited to have a speaker from the esports industry, Battlefy is an esports platform for game studios, publishers and leagues to create, market, and scale organized gaming competitions. Read more…

CEO Dinner with PayPal’s Max Levchin

Hey Tau Bates, For next week’s CEO Dinner we’re hosting Max Levchin– co-founder of PayPal, and co-founder and CEO of Affirm. As a refresher: The CEO Dinner Series hosted by Stanford Tau Beta Pi is a way for members to have a small and personal dinner with leaders of the local tech industry.  Candidates may earn 10 points by attending. To Read more…

Stanford SETS India Trip 2015

My junior year, I stumbled upon the Global Engineering Program. I hadn’t heard of the program until I received an email the day before the application due date, but I was immediately excited. In addition to international internships, the Global Engineering Program organizes Summer Engineering and Technology Study Tours (SETS), Read more…

Studying Abroad at Oxford

This past spring quarter I studied abroad at Oxford University, and it was one of the most formative experiences of my life. I thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of my experience, and over three months I bonded with new friends, furthered my academic studies, and expanded my cultural horizons. My best Read more…

My Stanford Journey

Before I came to Stanford, I knew two things: that I loved to write, and that I loved to film. Pencil in hand, I crafted a vast diversity of literary works, ranging from creative nonfiction to screenplay writing. One day, I would be exploring a new plot twist for my Read more…

My Internship in Japan

Last summer, I got to intern with Appirits, a web services company located in Tokyo, Japan. Aside from doing typical web stuff, they also have a department dedicated to making online games, known as the Appirits Game Project. Most of their games are browser-only, and nearly all are Japanese-exclusive. However, Read more…

Matematica Italiana

When I arrived in Florence last year, I had a rough plan of the classes I would take: some Italian, some art history … and a materials science class (with recorded lectures) that would fulfill an “engineering fundamentals” requirement for my computer science degree—or maybe an online CS course through Read more…