All lectures will be held at 4:15 p.m. Tuesdays in Building 420 (Jordan Hall), Room 40 (basement, or enter from back courtyard).
April 1: "A History of Stanford and Silicon Valley"
Tim Lenoir, history
April 8: "Appointments and Promotions/Faculty Affairs"
Gail Mahood, geological and environmental sciences; former member, Advisory Board of Academic Council
Pat Jones, biological sciences; vice provost for faculty development
April 15: "University Governance"
John Etchemendy, provost
April 22: "Grantsmanship and Research Funding"
Dick Zare, chemistry; former chair, National Science Foundation
April 29: "Research Policies, Human Subjects, Intellectual Property"
Charles Kruger, vice provost and dean of research and graduate policy
Kathy Ku, director, Office of Technology Licensing
May 6: "University Finance and Budgets"
Randy Livingston, chief financial officer
Tim Warner, vice provost for budget and auxiliaries management
May 13: "Collaboration Across Campus Drive"
Philip Pizzo, dean, School of Medicine
May 20: "Multidisciplinary Scholarship and Education in the Liberal Arts"
Keith Baker, cognizant dean for humanities, School of Humanities and Sciences
David Holloway, director, Institute for International Studies
May 27: "Ethical Issues in Scholarly Publication"
Donald Kennedy, editor, Science; president, Stanford University, 1980-92
June 3: "Stanford and Society: Where Do We Go from Here?"
John Hennessy, president
Stanford Report, March 19, 2003