Stanford headlines for the week of April 27, 2005

Humanities Center selects 26 fellows from pool of nearly 350 applicants

Fulbright information session planned

Peace Now founder to give talk series

'Spring Migration 2005' concert to showcase student choreographers, dancers

Bremer defends disbanding Iraqi army as the 'most important decision I made'

Reunion brings together seafaring students, old and new

Engineers illustrate how technology can serve in disaster-relief efforts

Lovell, administrative associate in School of Engineering, dies

Faculty Senate to hear report on graduate student diversity

Influential East European scholar dies

Engineering professor suggests standards for next-generation fiberoptic metro networks

Letter: Professor George Parker replies

Letter: Productive oversight of university's investments requires disclosure

Letter: A thank you from the Barker family

Proposed changes to export control laws to be discussed

Stem cells from brain transformed to make insulin

Guidelines issued for embryonic stem cell research

Talk on tobacco, death, deception

Gould appointed to endowed chair

Majority of adolescents' checkups have no health counseling, study finds

5 questions: Ammerman on adolescents

Learning to listen: connections between music and medicine

Louder neurons get more connected

Media monitor

Medical center people

Public science lecture series launched

UC-Irvine student dies days after April 17 pool incident

Campus disability group re-emerges

'Gambling with Germs' lecture to look at keeping the odds favorable


Ph.D. Orals

Historian, epidemiologist selected for volunteer-service award

Cardinal Chronicle

Three local groups to receive Community Partnership Awards

Caltrain adds two Baby Bullet trains beginning Monday