Stanford headlines for the week of April 13, 2005

Experts suggest steps to limit spread of nukes

University's investment responsibility discussed at town hall meeting

Free-wheelin' good time had at university-wide open house

Jacobstein, law professor emeritus and librarian, dead at 85

James Knox, former Green Library history collections curator, dead at 82

Honors & Awards

Bennett College president to give lecture

Fifth annual Blume Lecture focuses on how to protect buildings from explosions

Philosopher Richard Rorty asserts notion of mind/body distinction is false

In Print and On the Air

David Herbert wins journalism award for Stanford Daily article

Naimark to direct Overseas Studies

'Rational choice theory' focus of event

Cain, Schrag will discuss the impacts of direct democracy

Procurement staffer retires

Business school hopefuls who tried to gain access to application files rejected

Oxford chancellor says world benefits from healthy U.S.-European relationship

Stem cell grant makers shouldn't profit from research

Research sheds light on immune system mystery

Heart surgery infant returns to L.A.

Major grant for medical imaging

TB study needs blood samples

Not your typical medical school sabbatical

Medical center people

5 Questions: Maldonado on polio vaccine

Medical center hosts Community Day health fair

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Ph.D. orals

International Space Station astronaut to speak today

Senate to hear report on Oracle financial system

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