John L. Hennessy served as Stanford University’s tenth president from September 2000 until August 2016. During his presidency, Hennessy led the university’s extraordinary growth in multidisciplinary research and teaching; Stanford’s financial aid program became one of the strongest in the nation; and the Arts at Stanford experienced a renaissance with a new concert hall, a new home for Art and Art History, and the addition of the Anderson Collection.
This section contains a timeline and a collection of writings and videos from John Hennessy’s presidency:
Highlights of John Hennessy’s career at Stanford from the time he first joined the faculty in 1977 through his presidency from 2000 until 2016.
Speech and Writings
A collection of John Hennessy’s speeches, writings and Stanford Magazine columns during his Stanford presidency.
Interviews, presentations and other videos from John Hennessy’s Stanford presidency.