We are pleased to invite Professor Gilbert Stork’s former group members, friends and family to join us at a symposium in his memory at Columbia University, on Saturday, October 20, 2018. The symposium will be held in 309 Havemeyer Hall, beginning at 8:30 AM, and continuing until 5:30 PM. The symposium will be followed by a reception (5:30 – 6:30) and dinner (6:30 – 9:30) at Faculty House on the Columbia University campus. The symposium is free to all, and lunch will be provided. Please register for the symposium at the link provided below. If you plan to attend the reception and dinner, please register before July 30th, if possible. A list of hotels near Columbia University and a campus map are available below.
We look forward to seeing you in October!
Registration – www.stork.brownpapertickets.com
Map of Columbia University Campus – Morningside Campus Map_Havemeyer
We are working to assemble a complete list of former Stork group members, and their contact information. The current list is available at the link below. Please help us by forwarding this invitation or the symposium website link to group members whose names and/or contact information is missing. Please also send us the information to include in the list (email@example.com).
Table of Stork Group Contact Information
Organizing Committee – William Greenlee, Colin Nuckolls, Ayako Yamashita, Clark Still, James LaClair, Peter Bernstein, Roger Snow, Aranapakam Venkatasen, James Balkovec, Mark Greenlee
We have created a Gilbert Stork Memorial Fund that will be used to fund a graduate fellowship in chemistry at Columbia University in Professor Stork’s name. If you would like to contribute, please use this link to the Stork Memorial Fund webpage on the Columbia University fundraising site: www.givenow.columbia.edu/ and enter “Stork Memorial Fund.” If you would like to contribute by check, please send your donation to Mr. Carlos Garcia, Columbia University, 3000 Broadway, Chemistry Department, MC 3170, New York, NY 10027-6941, USA. Please be sure to include “Stork Memorial Fund” in the memo line.