Stanford headlines for the week of January 26, 2005

SLAC's new lensless X-ray holography technique opens door to nanoscale world

Former development executive Bob Pringle killed by train at 54

David Demarest appointed vice president for public affairs

Biologist working to restore native forests to Hawaii

Build-it-yourself rock garden poses weighty challenge to Cantor visitors

Long-term attention, aid needed for tsunami-stricken nations

Who escaped through home's secret, hidden door? A different culprit named

Honors & Awards

Ford Foundation grant moratorium lifted, provost says

Challenges remain in faculty diversity efforts, but some gains seen, report says

Media X to fund research on online media content

Lessons learned by observing squirrels and blue jays

In Print and On the Air

Thanksgiving break extended to a week

Energy reform: Can it happen under the Hummer governor?

Freshmen, transfer student office renamed

SLAC's SPEAR3 accelerator restarts after safety probes

COX-2s: Creating a market where there isn't a need

Genetics key to African-Americans' hypertension

Faculty to discuss stem cell funds

Study tests drug for mild depression

Media monitor

Medical center people

Alternative smallpox vaccine to be checked for safety

Tsunami survivor: Doctor treats the terrible pain of grief

Tsunami survivor: Graduate student barely escapes death

Faculty Senate minutes - January 20, 2005 meeting

Memorial Resolution: Mauro Cappelletti

Memorial Resolution: Cedric W. Richards


Ph.D. orals

Taherian tapped to direct Stanford Dining

Cardinal Chronicle / weekly campus column

Athletics Department to give Roble Gym to Drama Department