Stanford headlines for the week of November 10, 2004

Network news chiefs to discuss future of broadcast journalism

With 'presence on the podium,' Jindong Cai leads symphony

Disarm nukes or risk greater proliferation, atomic energy expert says

Faculty Senate to hear report on parking and transportation

Renowned comparative law scholar Cappelletti dead at 76

Former manager of copy center arrested

Honors & Awards

Senate approves degree-granting authority for computational math program

Dean of students lands at a 'Farm' much better than he anticipated

Women continue to face challenges, despite progress since 1970s, expert says

Stanford Libraries acquires papers from Russian poet Andrei Voznesensky

Pizzo to help oversee state stem cell research effort

Event to show how dummies can teach

Prop. 61 paves way for hospitals to grow

How much is $3 billion in research?

Medical costs spark discussion

Federal grant brings greater resolution to imaging research at MRI center

Annual prize honors two medical school employees as ultimate team players

5 Questions: Mark Davis on the school's newest institute

Pediatrician's outreach and research are cutting straight to the bones

Time for the Hemo Bowl

Nine-month-old girl given new pulmonary valve -- without open-heart surgery

Media monitor

Medical center people


Ph.D. Orals

Cardinal Chronicle / weekly campus column

Graduate education team seeks feedback

'Miracle worker' Lisa Sickorez wins Marsh O'Neill staff award

New Student Orientation materials get national nod

Credit union enhances security services

Chief information officer to leave post