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3 Laureates Celebrated at Kyoto Prize Gala 2011
The Kyoto Prize Symposium celebrated its 10th year with a gala April 4th, 2011, at the Hilton Bayfront Hotel downtown.
Hugh Davies with Joan Jacobs, William Kentridge, and Robin Parsky
Three Laureates were honored for their outstanding lifetime achievements in the fields of advanced technology, basic sciences and arts and philosophy. This year’s laureates are Shinya Yamanaka, for his advanced stem cell research at Kyoto University; Hungarian mathematician László Lovász, who specializes in large computer systems; and South African William Kentridge, whose work in painting, sculpture, architecture and design have been focused on human rights.
Influential was the common denominator as a who’s who mingled before the awards’ dinner.
Among the supporters there were Honorary Chairs Irwin Jacobs (he’s the founder of Qualcomm) and his wife Joan Jacobs, ResMed’s Peter Farrell, and Union Bank’s Masashi Oka. Also there were Lynda Forsha and Dr. Hugh M. Davies, he’s the David C. Copley Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, oceanographer and past recipient Dr. Walter Munk and Mary Coakley, Marci and John Cavagnau, Renee and Duane Roth (Duane’s head of UCSD’s CONNECT), past President Stephen Weber, Ph.D. of San Diego State University, Chancellor Marye Anne Fox, Ph.D. of the University of California, San Diego, and President Mary E. Lyons, Ph.D. of the University of San Diego.
These 3 universities hosted free lectures by the laureates over 2 days. Point Loma Nazarene will be added to the host universities next year.
Dr. Kazuo Inamori, the Kyoto Prize’s founder, has long time ties to San Diego. Since 1971, San Diego has been the North American headquarters for his company Kyocera. Dr. Inamori has been very generous to the Kyoto Prize Symposium over the years.
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Malin Burnham with Sherarn Wuerfel
Marye Anne Fox and Joan Jacobs
Ed Mracek with Sherarn Wuerfel
Ed Mracek with Sherarn Wuerfel and Inamori Foundation's Toyami Inamori with his assistant Haruka Nagamachi
Kyoto Prize recipient William Kentridge with Lynda Forsha and Hugh Davies
Lynda Forsha and Hugh Davies
Melanie Cruz with Marsi Cavagnau
Mia Stefanko with Marsi Cavagnau
Mia Stefanko with Marsi Cavagnau and Melanie Cruz
Ed Mracek and Scott Johnston
Above and Below, Kyoto Prize Recipient Shinya Yamanaka
Kate Callen with Pat Jacoby and Winifred Cox
William Kentridge with Lynda Forsha and Robin Parsky
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The scene before dinner
Dr. Kazuo Inamori
Malin Burnham at the podium
President of the Japan Society for San Diego and Tijuana, Dave Tuites with his wife Maho
Above and below a delicious and creative dinner
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please visit www.kyotoprize.org .
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* Margo Schwab, MBA, more formally known as Margaret E. Schwab, has produced, written, interviewed and photographed for various media organizations since 1989. Schwab attended Holton Arms School, La Jolla Country Day School and La Jolla High School. Schwab has a B.A. from Scripps College, spent a business internship with S.A.I.C., Science Applications International Corporation, and earned a Masters of Business degree, M.B.A., from the University of San Diego by way of Claremont Graduate School . Schwab additionally took college courses from Harvard University, and Syracuse University. Schwab volunteers for numerous charity organizations. She also continues to support animal organizations and the prevention of people and animal abuse. Schwab is the editor and co-owner of The Social Diary.
Margo Schwab and Scott Johnston of The Social Diary Magazine are pleased to announce a partnerships with the San Diego Humane Society and SD METRO Magazine. They have also partnered with Country Friends and the San Diego American Heart Association and the Arthritis Foundation.
Margo Schwab and Scott Johnston are both members of the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club (Margo Schwab since 1974) and both are now members of the University Club and its worldwide ClubCorp Compass Society. Margo Schwab and Scott Johnston are Police Press credentialed by the Chief of Police, William Lansdowne.
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