Stanford headlines for the week of September 1, 2004

Mungers donate $43.5 million to help construct new graduate student residence

Kathleen Namphy missing in Iran, feared dead

Amandalee Barker Knoles, active in campus groups, dead at 96

2004 Digital Vision Fellows take up residency on campus

Researchers experiment with using activated carbon to combat pollutants

Technology for linear collider selected

Sophomore College: A decade of broadening horizons

Yacht club to host celebration of Virginia Rothwell

Joel Ferziger, pioneer in thermoscience, dies at 67

RICSRE visiting fellows announced

Mamlet to leave admission post in June, cites desire to spend time with family

Faculty invited to nominate research staff Marsh O'Neill Award

Lecturer emerita Kathleen Namphy presumed dead after climbing fall in Iran

Community Watch: Stanford receives Green Business certification

Photography exhibit presents images of Jewish experience

In Print and On the Air

New courses help Overseas Seminars extend university's reach

German pump helps baby awaiting heart transplant

BMT symposium set for Sept. 30

Berg to discuss stem cell initiative

Ethics of genetic research to be focus of new center

Students come to Murphy for support, a reality check - and some chocolate

Stewart will head development office

Thorburn, Blauwet earn Olympic laurels

New professors will oversee transfusion services, pediatric otolaryngology

Life science research assistant dies at 43

Retirement? These physicians are too busy developing high-tech teaching tools

The hope of developing better drugs

Stanford Medicine turns the spotlight on stem cells

Media monitor

Medical center people


Athletes and coaches with Stanford ties snag 17 Olympic medals, including three golds

Santa Cruz Avenue closes on Sunday

Payroll department has fixed problems with new software

Cardinal Chronicle / weekly campus column

More than 200 events planned for New Student Orientation

Memorial Church to open Saturday for 9/11 remembrances