Stanford headlines for the week of February 9, 2005

A $15 deal to keep riders ahead of the curve (and out of the infirmary)

Sketches of dorm intruder released

University named first regional center for terrorism research

Two new professorships honoring Stanford presidents past and present announced

New science and engineering quad planned for campus core

Retiree-benefit revisions announced

Undergraduate housing changes being considered

Hennessy adopts most workplace policy proposals

Senate approves changes to General Education Requirements

Former copy store manager sentenced to prison for fraud

No evidence of innate gender differences in math and science, scholars assert

Trustees approve tuition hike for 2005-06 academic year

Introducing new faculty appointments to campus community

In Print and On The Air

Stanford Libraries acquires archive of Douglas Menuez

Humanities Center receives 600K challenge grant from NEH

Girl Power

Scholars debate gender, justice at conference honoring late feminist thinker

Robbins named cardiothoracic surgery department chair

Gatekeepers for state stem cell funds being recruited

Memorial to honor Byron "Bill" Brown

Volunteers needed for two studies

Federal health information czar pushes for electronic medical records for all

5 Questions: Cho on conflicts of interest

Special report in Stanford Medicine analyzes health-care-crisis time bomb

Clinic gives parents crash course in disease management

Racial groupings match genetic profiles, study finds

Media monitor

Medical center people

Vantage Point: A valentine for Susan Sontag

Intel inside: SEQ 2 gives scientists and engineers a 21st century research home

Inaugural Pan-Asian Musical Festival blends new music with traditional works

Origins of Cyberspace collection to be displayed in Green Library for two days

Ph.D. Orals

David Brady receives Lyman Award

Newly appointed professor takes helm of clinical education at Law School

Faculty Senate minutes - February 3, 2005 meeting

Report of the President to the Board of Trustees

Memorial Resolution: Alphonse Juilland

Memorial Resolution: John Long Wilson


Cardinal Chronicle / weekly campus column

Winter break cuts energy expenditure

Vantage Point: A thank you for feedback on retiree benefits changes