Stanford headlines for the week of December 7, 2005

Professor Emeritus Lee Shulman wins noted education award

Nine professors chosen for undergraduate education fellowships

Orders now accepted for 2006 edition of Stanford Facts

NASA gives Gravity Probe B staffers award for stellar science achievements


Five years of the 10th president: Hennessy reflects on past, thinks about future

Graduate education under microscope

Palmyra research station launched

Boyd Paulson Jr., civil engineering professor, dies of cancer

Guest students from the Gulf Coast reflect on their quarter spent on the Farm

Letter to the editor

Honors & Awards

Students strut their engineering stuff on cable television show

In Print and On the Air

Sooner is better for cochlear implants, study shows

Improved method for genetic data analysis

Strike set for Dec. 12

New degree in translational medicine

2005 in review: Rising star of children's hospitals, Lucile Packard

2005 in review: Hard pills to swallow

2005 in review: What lies beneath the mummy's mask?

2005 in review: Applying ethics to stem cells

2005 in review: Brain builders making connections

2005 in review: Bugging out? Waiting for the pandemic

2005 in review: 5 questions to Dean Pizzo on the anti-science backlash

Media Monitor: Memorable quotes from 2005

Medical center people: The annual roundup of newsmakers

ButterflyNet software to help bring scientists' written notes into digital domain

New algorithm improves robot vision

New diversity cabinet, athletic director search group formed

University leaders pledge to lift barriers for women faculty

Applicants sought for Lozoff Graduate Essay Prize 2006

Former South Korean Prime Minister Goh Kun spoke about 'creative pragmatism'

Rene Girard to join ranks of the 'immortals' with French Academy induction

Campuswide operations, services to be reduced during winter break closure

Faculty Senate minutes - December 1, 2005 meeting

Ph.D. Orals


Cardinal Chronicle

Vantage Point: University offers generous benefits to employees

Downloadable W-2 information to be available for '05 tax year

Fall hangs on as winter approaches