Stanford headlines for the week of April 20, 2005

Stanford joins multi-institution center to protect computers from cyberattacks

Red Barn renovations nearing completion for a July debut

Oracle Financials systems to get a software-booster shot

Study: Student success linked to certification

Ten students honored with Deans' Award

Resident fellow challenges 'disparaging' remarks about Branner Hall

Junior wins Truman Scholarship for U.S. foreign policy research

Honors & Awards

Designing women: Female influences in science examined

Fast X-ray pulses reveal melting process

SLAC B-Factory resumes operations

Professor to discuss students' desire to learn in free lecture

In Print and On the Air

New Munger plan to move parking structure under Wilbur Field

Experimental dance company Emio Greco | PC scheduled to perform Friday

Poverty, nutrition expert to discuss sustainability

Anthrax attack response needs both antibiotics, vaccine

Census of intestine finds dozens of new microbes

Would Picasso have been a great doctor?

Faculty senate to meet today

Nominees sought for Hewlett Award

University readies guidelines for embryonic stem cell work

What matters most to this doctor can be found in the heart

Trip to Sri Lanka spotlights need for more tsunami relief

Media monitor

Medical center people

Faculty Senate minutes - April 14, 2005 meeting

Report of the President to the Board of Trustees


Ph.D. orals

YWCA to provide sexual assault services at Vaden Health Center

Cardinal Chronicle

Staff invited to wellness fair by BenefitSU

Spanish flair

UC-Irvine student hospitalized after water polo accident