Stanford headlines for January 2012

Papers of Europe's first female professor to become available online, with help from Stanford's libraries
Stanford political scientist maps militant groups around the globe
Stanford Report readers' choices for 2011: Trails, commuting, Bloom
Annual Report: Becoming of greater service to the public
The unexpected: Cancer during pregnancy
Stanford symposium, exhibits, talk by Gloria Steinem commemorate Ms. magazine's 40 years
Students go deep into the Grand Canyon to examine the river that waters the West
Stanford expert discusses North Korea's new leadership
Health insurance no guarantee for diabetes care in developing countries, Stanford researchers find
Take a tour of the virtual future at Stanford
Stanford University names Wiley Hausam managing director of Bing Concert Hall
Health insurance no guarantee for diabetes care in developing countries
Railroad hyperbole echoes all the way down to the dot-com frenzy
Stanford's King scholar talks about the meaning of the national memorial honoring the civil rights leader
Energy efficiency paves way to a low-carbon future, but barriers persist
Writer hopes Arab Spring can be an antidote to terror
Stanford's International Travel Assistance Program offers peace of mind 24/7
It's all about the space at Stanford's design school
How the Finnish school system outshines U.S. education
Elliott Levinthal, Stanford professor emeritus of mechanical engineering, dead at 89
Gloria Steinem: Still angry, still funny, still tireless
Advice from Socrates and Plato: Stanford's 2012 Tanner Lectures explore ancient philosophies as ways of life
Stanford's 2012 Tanner Lectures explore ancient philosophies as ways of life
Stanford software allows aero-engineering students to focus on aircraft design instead of computer code
Women report more pain than men, says study of electronic records
The Thinker, one of the most famous works of art in the world, comes home to Stanford's Cantor Arts Center
Historian Lyman Van Slyke awarded Lyman Award from alumni association
Stanford scholars reflect on Arab Spring
Multitasking may harm the social and emotional development of tweenage girls, but face-to-face talks could save the day, say Stanford researchers
Faculty Senate to hear report on reimagining undergraduate education
Give undergraduates the 'gift' of adaptive learning, committee tells senate
Four decades - and counting - of feminist journalism
The feminist struggle continues, Gloria Steinem says, encouraging a Stanford audience toward 'one new subversive thing'
How we see our galaxy's black hole without actually seeing it: Stanford's 2012 Bunyan lecture by astronomer Andrea Ghez
Tanner Lectures explore ancient philosophies as ways of life
Stanford School of Engineering and Columbia Journalism School receive a joint $30 million gift from David and Helen Gurley Brown
Initiative aims to improve services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students