Recent graduate dies in mountaineering accident July 5, 2014 4 Comments Share tweet Kylie Jue Managing Editor By: Kylie Jue | Managing Editor Stanford co-terminal student Bryant Tan ’14 died in a mountaineering accident on June 29 while hiking alone in Triglav National Park in Slovenia. Tan had fallen and broken his leg while descending the Triglav peak, and rescuers could not reach him until four hours later due to bad weather. The cause of death was determined to be hypothermia. Tan graduated in June with both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in electrical engineering and was also the recipient of the Frederick Emmons Terman Engineering Scholastic Award. During his time at Stanford, he was involved with the Stanford Solar Car Project and had worked at SpaceX since 2013. In memory of their son, Tan’s parents have created a website where family and friends can share stories about Tan. “We have been devastated by his passing and take great comfort from the outpouring of support from friends who have known Bryant,” his parents wrote in an email to The Daily. Friends who wish to communicate with Tan’s parents or contribute a post to the website can send messages to firstname.lastname@example.org. This post will be updated. Bryant Tan mountaineering accident Triglav National Park 2014-07-05 Kylie Jue July 5, 2014 4 Comments Share tweet Subscribe Click here to subscribe to our daily newsletter of top headlines.