Stanford headlines for September 2013

Stanford's overseas studies program expands its offerings
Pest-eating birds mean money for coffee growers, Stanford biologists find
China's clean-water program benefits people and the environment, Stanford research shows
Stanford research helps people with social phobia face their fears
StartX, Stanford University and Stanford Hospital & Clinics announce $3.6M grant and venture fund
Susan Cashion, Stanford Dance Division faculty member, artist and dance community leader, has died
To encourage green living, Stanford students build a better light switch
Global warming has increased risk of record heat, say Stanford scientists
Bats spreading deadly virus, Stanford scientist warns
Stanford scientists calculate the energy required to store wind and solar power on the grid
Incoming Stanford students already engaged in scholarly community
Office of Community Standards aims to better articulate Stanford values
Redwood City approves Stanford office building proposals
Stanford historian examines the politics of sexual violence
How will the Affordable Care Act affect Stanford student health insurance coverage?
Stanford summer institute invites grad students to explore, experience, expand
Eat, play, learn at Stanford: You can't live without music
Stanford welcomes Class of 2017 and transfer students
Stanford's Hume Center merges tutoring for writing and speaking in new location
Stanford scientists use 'wired microbes' to generate electricity from sewage
At Stanford, new year heralds new breadth requirements, frosh learning communities
At Stanford, Justice Ginsburg says collegiality is not swayed by bitter battles
Stanford nutritionist works to ensure high performance in the classroom and beyond
Convocation speakers urge new Stanford students to be open to discovery and reinvention and to find their voices
Stanford aims to democratize the humanities professoriate
Stanford Center on Longevity competition challenges students to design products to help older adults
Stanford student residences undergo summer renovations
Q&A: Stanford scholar on how high-skilled Asian immigrants have become the benchmark for achievement
Senior tells new students about her Stanford epiphany
Global warming to drive increase in severe thunderstorm risk in U.S., Stanford research finds
Stanford scientists build a 'brain stethoscope' to turn seizures into music
Stanford embraces new graduate students for their talent and promise
Language gap between rich and poor children begins in infancy, Stanford psychologists find
Stanford Management Company releases 2013 results
Stanford asks court to help clarify ownership of Chiang Kai-shek archives
Two Stanford professors win MacArthur 'genius' awards
A first: Stanford engineers build basic computer using carbon nanotubes
Rev. Scotty McLennan, dean for religious life at Stanford since 2000, to retire next summer
Stanford's 2013 safety report offers tips on promoting campus safety as well as crime stats
Stanford scientists working to develop broad-spectrum antiviral drug
Stanford linguistics professor and cognitive scientist Ivan Sag dies at 63
Stanford, SLAC researchers demonstrate 'accelerator on a chip'
Stanford scientists build a microscope to spot the seeds of cancer