Stanford headlines for the week of January 19, 2005

Revamped Moscow Overseas Studies Program to open

Astrobiologist Kevin Hand helps IMAX director film Aliens of the Deep

Current student, recent graduate win Mitchell Scholarships to study in Ireland

Skoll Foundation awards John W. Gardner Center $300,000

Scientists solve mystery of how Botox attacks nerves, eliminating wrinkles

Historic Alabama march chronicled in campus exhibit

Belgium, Bhutan, Morocco, Japan among destinations for 2005 Overseas Seminars

Gordon, Blacker to deliver Award-Winning Teachers lectures

Honors & Awards

FedEx Kinko's assumes operations at former Pulse Copy Center location

Changing focus from 'growing old' to 'living long' matters to Laura Carstensen

Comings & Goings

School of Education gets $700,000 gift for student aid

In Print and On the Air

SLAC's X-ray laser project receives $54 million boost from federal government

Stanford Institute for the Environment announces call for research proposals

Knight Fellowships establishes prize for Western environmental journalism

Martin Luther King Jr. Research and Education Institute gets $1 million boost

Faculty senate to meet today

Free clinic needs volunteer doctors

Film shows how clash of cultures affects treatment

New method developed for measuring oxygen in blood

5 Questions: Gardner on new dietary guidelines

Teens with cancer find an unexpected source of strength: each other

Medical center people

Scientist tests if dietary supplement relieves pain of peripheral artery disease

Media monitor

Cardinal Chronicle / weekly campus column

Ohio building designer David Lenox named university architect

Law School program gets $3 million boost from John M. Olin Foundation

Stamp honors Djerassi

Housing