Stanford headlines for February 2012

Walker Evans' iconic photos of the Great Depression at Cantor Arts Center

Wireless power could revolutionize highway transportation, Stanford researchers say

Q&A: Stanford's Philip Taubman on an unlikely effort by a group of former statesmen to rid the world of nuclear weapons

New generation explores cultural changes through Asian music at Stanford festival

Aphasia: A Stanford music professor's work, with hand gestures and odd sounds, about obsessive attention to ridiculous things

As Chinese courts announce 'guiding cases,' Stanford Law School helps to spread the word

Stanford geophysicist: More environmental rules needed for shale gas

Newark Mayor Cory Booker will be Stanford's 2012 Commencement Speaker

Stanford engineers' nanoshell whispering galleries improve thin solar panels

Got photos? Yes, just ask SALLIE

Stanford senior awarded 2012-2013 Churchill Scholarship

Stanford's Revs Program sponsors film series celebrating cars and car culture

Stanford raises undergraduate tuition 3 percent for the 2012-13 school year

Stanford concludes transformative campaign

Senate to hear reports from Dean Pamela Matson and from ASSU leaders

Stanford study suggests girls can 'rewire' brains to ward off depression

Stanford Dance reconstructs Anna Sokolow's signature work Rooms

Report of the president: Academic Council Professoriate appointments

Not for profit: Why democracy needs the humanities

Student leaders, dean of the School of Earth Sciences address senate

Getting to the 'heart' of the matter

Stanford engineers weld nanowires with light

Stanford study finds widening gap between rich and poor students

President Obama gives the National Humanities Medal to Stanford literary scholar Ramón Saldívar

Steven A. Denning elected chair of Stanford University Board of Trustees

Trustees give site OKs for SLAC science and user support building and campus energy center

State-owned oil companies increase price volatility and pollution, but rarely get used as geopolitical weapons, says Stanford researcher

International interactive artist Camille Utterback delivers public lecture as part of the new Mohr Visiting Artist Program at Stanford

New Stanford unit seeks educational initiatives for middle and high school students

Look for new roles for older citizens in an aging America, says Stanford's Laura Carstensen

Stanford alumna named a 2012 Gates Cambridge Scholar

Q&A: Stanford's Morris Fiorina on Santorum's rise and a dissatisfied Republican Party

Rare Judeo-Spanish memoir gives a voice to the people of a lost culture

Redwood City takes up Stanford building proposals

Conflict of interest policy, new freshman year requirements on senate agenda

Highlights from Stanford's Native American paintings collection are showcased in Memory and Markets: Pueblo Painting in the Early 20th Century

Swimming through the blood stream: Stanford engineers create wireless, self-propelled medical device

Voting under way for next year's Faculty Senate

Researchers say galaxy may swarm with 'nomad planets'

About 3,800 family members expected for Parents' Weekend, Feb. 24 and 25

Eight more 'engineering heroes' celebrated by Stanford's School of Engineering

Take a campus tour - at your desk or on foot - with enhanced podcast

Senate engages in lively discussions on freshman-year requirements, faculty conflicts of interest

Parents enjoy sunshine, lectures and their kids

Athletics mourns the passing of equipment manager Ron Yamaguchi

Seeking harmony of body and mind at Stanford through Shaolin Kung Fu

First acts announced for opening of Stanford's much-anticipated Bing Concert Hall

Parents' Weekend gives families a glimpse of what Stanford has to offer

At the Cantor: Innovations that established the reputations of five contemporary artists