Stanford headlines for the week of February 2, 2005

2005 Wolf Prize given to chemist Richard N. Zare

Donald Baganoff, professor in School of Engineering, dead at 72

Husband-wife biologists consider population, sustainability

Two dorm intrusions reported over weekend; one arrest made

Performance puts diversity center stage at retreat

How urban high schoolers got math

Hard Times on campus

Sekou Sundiata brings story of illness, recovery to stage

Honors & Awards

Open debate missing from decision to convert Roble Gym to academic use

Fellowship created to honor Ferziger

Former White House communications chief to head public affairs for university

President's family pledges $5,000 to match contributions from students

Korea Foundation pledges $2 million to endowed chair

Stephen Krasner of SIIS to work for Rice in State Department post

Faculty encouraged to seek research grants for students

'State of the Black Community' to be addressed at forum

Endowed chairs now detailed on website

In Print and On the Air

Panel to examine gender and science

Dubious 'Mozart Effect' remains music to many Americans' ears

Deans' Award votes due Feb. 25

Stanford Daily editor chosen as 2005 Daniel Pearl Memorial Journalism Intern

Deadline for Saroyan prize extended

Birds, butterflies and bacteria: The same law of biology appears to apply to all

Guidelines for kids' heart treatment

Wear red to help fight heart disease

Molecular detectives being developed to prowl the body snooping out diseases

Planning begins to pursue grants from Proposition 71 stem cell research funds

New strategic center will advance research on medical informatics

Media monitor

Medical center people


Ph.D. Orals

Senate will consider revisions to general education criteria

Cardinal Chronicle / weekly campus column

26 student groups awarded $1,000 grants for Community Day