Silicon Valley History (Half-Day, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.)

“Perhaps the strongest thread that runs through the Valley’s past and present is the drive to ‘play’ with novel technology.” -Timothy J. Sturgeon

A half-day bus tour of the history of Stanford’s place in Silicon Valley, from the garages and Stanford departments that spawned some of the high-tech greats of the late 20th century to the enormous campuses that host those of the early 21st.

Tour Guide: Leslie Berlin, historian of Stanford’s Silicon Valley Archives

Includes brunch.

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Buses for all excursions depart from Munger Bldg. 5; boarding begins at 8:00 a.m.

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