Stanford headlines for the week of June 8, 2005

25 junior faculty members get research-incentive grants for promising projects

Old Union renovation to relocate several groups, offices in fall

National reform initiative promotes good teacher education

Amazon art illuminates vanishing worlds

Honors program for professionals marks 50 years

Outgoing admission chief looks back on five-year tenure

New School of Earth Sciences program

Undergraduate student dies after being struck by train

Benjamin David Paul, founding father of medical anthropology, dead at 94

New members elected to university's Board of Trustees for five-year terms

Vantage Point: Status quo interests have 'death grip' on American politics

In Print and On the Air

114th Commencement events will bring thousands to campus

Study shows humans contribute to early arrival of spring activity in wild species

Students' wireless projects, engaging heads and hands, are put on display

2005 Wallace Stegner Fellows named

Faculty, staff and students honored with Gores, Dinkelspiel, Cuthbertson awards

18 plays to be read in campus festival

Summer construction update 2005

Cancer program recruits top North Carolina scientist

Medical school readies for critical review

Alzheimer's study needs volunteers

Stem cell institute lobbies lawmakers

Graduation speaker to share his devotion to practicing, and defending, science

Annual awards to be given for patient care and teaching

5 Questions: Arvin on new shingles vaccine

Biomedical computation magazine to make its debut

Media monitor

Medical center people

Ph.D. Orals


Report of the President to the Board of Trustees

Program gives life to unwanted bicycles

Interdepartmental programs on agenda for Faculty Senate

Cardinal Chronicle

Trustees approve plan to renovate, modernize Stanford Stadium