Stanford headlines for May 2013

The power of storytelling drives Stanford's BiblioTech conference
'Another Look' book club brings the Roaring '20s to Stanford with Anita Loos' Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
New chapter opens for Stanford Hospital
At Stanford, Education Secretary speaks on preschool, online ed and diversity
10th annual book salon celebrates Stanford authors
Stanford-led research pushes back origins of agriculture in China by 12,000 years
Six Stanford faculty elected to National Academy of Sciences
Senate approves new student disciplinary process for sexual assault and harassment cases
Stanford Daily editor reflects on paper's future
Stanford engineers' new metamaterial doubles up on invisibility
Temporary traffic changes on Campus Drive West
New Stanford research on speed dating examines what makes couples 'click' in four minutes
Stanford center highlights the benefits of compassionate workplaces
Palumbo-Liu elected next Faculty Senate chair
Stanford scholar Clarence Jones provides glimpse at words behind Martin Luther King's dream
Walters Art Museum manuscript collection makes a virtual move to Stanford
Stanford musicians bring 21st-century effects to 16th-century vocal music
Three exceptional staff members to receive 2013 Amy J. Blue Awards
Monica Moore, 'a master problem-solver,' wins Amy J. Blue Award
Memorial service to be held May 15 for Laudan Nabizadeh Fariborz
Stanford's Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve at 40
Tony Gaspar, known for his smile and customer service, wins Amy J. Blue Award
TEDxStanford highlights breakthroughs in research and creativity, Stanford-style
Office of Community Standards emerges to oversee judicial process
Faculty Senate to discuss the future of the PhD degree
Stanford engineers monitor heart health using paper-thin flexible 'skin'
Alba Holgado, 'a rare workplace treasure,' wins Amy J. Blue Award
Stanford adds walkers, bikers to incentive-based study to relieve traffic congestion
In its 42nd year, Stanford Powwow continues tradition by celebrating Native American culture
Evolution shapes new rules for ant behavior, Stanford research finds
The music of the Arab Spring finds a home on the Stanford campus
Q&A: Steven Chu on returning to Stanford, his time as U.S. Energy Secretary
Stanford professor and former NASA official explains how NASA might revive the Kepler space telescope
Earth's iron core is surprisingly weak, Stanford researchers say
Stanford adds two new freshman living, learning programs
Faculty Senate explores the future of the doctoral degree
Stanford engineers' new nanoscavenger purifies water, gets retrieved by magnet
Frogs in California harbor deadly amphibian pathogen, Stanford researchers find
Three Stanford staff members honored at Amy J. Blue Award ceremony
The Golden Gate is returning to Stanford May 30
Stanford physicists develop revolutionary low-power polariton laser
Stanford humanities scholars harness the power of crowdsourcing
Stanford visiting artist Robert Henke to perform a 'musical machine'
Breathing exercises help veterans find peace after war, Stanford scholar says
Stanford scholar sheds light on Greek immigrant's rags-to-riches story
Stanford Classics in Theater brings the mishaps and mania of Euripides' The Cyclops to Hollywood
Stanford scientists urge action on global climate change
New office provides face-to-face assistance for student veterans at Stanford
Gold shovels dig into another transformative building at Stanford
Stanford visiting artist Ann Carlson creates a performance piece made entirely of gestures
Stanford seminar teaches secrets to magical leadership
Stanford faculty more diverse today, though study finds academic environment could improve for minority professors
Stanford to open resource center to foster engagement on the Muslim world
Recovery of Hawaiian green sea turtles still short of historic levels, Stanford-led study suggests
At Stanford, scientists consider potential of abundant biomedical data
Pacific Northwest artists restore Stanford totem poles to their original grandeur
Stanford budget plan for 2013-14 reflects strong fiscal positioning – but also need for caution
Teaching online yields lessons about learning
Stanford's visitor relations director has walked many a mile backward in tour guides' shoes