Stanford headlines for January 2013

Sacrifice and luck help Japan survive without nuclear power, Stanford visiting scholar says

Stanford talk by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

Stanford's Bing Concert Hall opens this Friday with soundscape fanfare

Heat-resistant corals provide clues to climate change survival, Stanford researchers say

Bing Concert Hall opening leads to parking, traffic changes

Stanford scholar Roland Greene holds up poetry as cultural mirror

Stanford biologists: Equal rights for women a critical first step to avoiding civilization's collapse

Stanford report says college degree is an advantage during the recession

Stanford renames education school to emphasize its graduate research, education

Seed grants enable new online courses for Stanford students

Lindi Press, alumna, 2003 Amy J. Blue Award winner, dead at 66

Reduce greenhouse gas by exporting coal? Yes, says Stanford economist

Poor ranking on international test misleading about U.S. student performance, Stanford researcher finds

Stanford's Bing Concert Hall opens to rave reviews

Stanford Law School opens Religious Liberty Clinic

Stanford historian and Martin Luther King Jr. scholar Clayborne Carson offers a personal perspective on King's legacy

U.N. Secretary-General tells Stanford students to be 'global citizens'

Stanford students build solar home in national competition

Stanford engages consulting firms to help with Searsville study

From the man who left Goldman Sachs, advice to Stanford about saving Wall Street from itself

In massive online course offered by Stanford, teams unleash diverse approaches to creativity

White Republicans and Southern evangelicals most likely to claim reverse discrimination, Stanford research finds

Law Professor Hank Greely to receive 2012 Lyman Award

Food trucks offer international fare: samosas, soups, sandwiches and sliders

Faculty Senate to discuss faculty gains and losses, status of women faculty, classroom scheduling on Thursday

From The New Yorker, an acclaimed journalist challenges Stanford students to delve into ethical dilemmas

Senate addresses classroom scheduling, faculty diversity

To motivate many Americans, think 'me' before 'we,' say Stanford psychologists

Nominated by President Obama, two Stanford scholars join the National Endowment for the Humanities advisory board

'Now you try it': Stanford faculty share experiences of online teaching

Stanford's 'Another Look' book club to spotlight Janet Lewis' 'Wife of Martin Guerre'

A remarkable year: Stanford looks back on 2012

'Rhythm' of protein folding encoded in RNA, Stanford biologists find

Stanford Board of Trustees elects LaTonia G. Karr to five-year term

Stanford economists talk tax reform

Stanford-led team pioneers new way to survey thawing Arctic

Stanford students' variations on a theme by Kotche

Stanford experiment shows that virtual superpowers encourage real-world empathy

Stanford scientists chipping away at graphene's secrets