Stanford headlines for the week of June 15, 2005

University to divest from four companies connected to Sudan

Professor's documentary to be broadcast

Steve Jobs to 2005 graduates: 'Stay hungry, stay foolish'

Historian says military, citizens' 'asymmetrical' relation troubling

'You've got to find what you love,' Jobs says

Sylvia Boorstein's keynote speech: 'May you be happy, may your dreams come true'

36 teaching assistants receive awards

East Palo Alto High School graduates inaugural class of seniors

Roberts selected by peers to lead Faculty Senate next academic year

Baccalaureate speeches implore post-9/11 class to embrace world's challenges

Ham radio club uses Field Day to practice emergency readiness

Stanford Jazz Festival tickets on sale

Engineers' 'smart' ankle brace aims to reduce falls of elderly

In Print and On the Air

Rights of education carry responsibilities to do good

David Kennedy: 'Get out and make things happen'

New buildings for arts necessary to foster 'culture of creativity' at university

A road to religious questioning

Stem cell training program makes its Stanford debut

New technique proves effective in identifying cancer-causing genes

Kornberg awarded GM's Sloan Prize

Turner Syndrome group to host tea

Sleep disorder clinical trial to be largest ever conducted

Commencement ceremony filled with pride, joy, relief and calls to action

For 'newlymeds,' matrimony came with several diplomas

5 Questions: Ellen Jo Baron on 'staph' outbreaks

New issue of Stanford Medicine examines nation's growing drug habit

Two students selected as winners of medical school's Barbour and Blank awards

Fighting cancer: Row, row, row the boat

Longo will head neurology department

Media monitor

Medical center people

Continuing Studies registration open for Summer Quarter courses


Ph.D. Orals

J. Paul Lomio is appointed director of Law School library

Upgraded Kronos time, leave reporting system debuts in August

Athletics to host youth sports festival for community June 25

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