Stanford headlines for the week of May 11, 2005

Six Stanford affiliates elected to National Academy of Sciences

'Mosaic mouse' technique offers powerful new tool to study diseases, genetics

Engineering experts to explore managing technology at EDAY '05

Honoring volunteers

A year in the life of Gravity Probe B

Tribal colors shine through clouds

Experts discuss global nuclear security

Vucinich memorial service scheduled for June 6

Can peace trump justice? Philosopher considers the morality of compromise

Experimental physicist Everitt wins NASA service medal

Honors & Awards

Stanford Video recognized

In Print and On the Air

Fingerprinting study sets off alarm bells

Vantage Point: Diversifying the graduate student body is vital for U.S.

Society of Black Scientists and Engineers nabs two awards for community service

Newsweek editor to deliver John S. Knight Lecture

Panelists examine pre- and post-9/11 press performance

For Jody Nyberg, Amy Blue Award tops off two decades of student service

Keeping close eye on hundreds of buildings, head fire alarm technician honored for expertise, dedication

Italian-born custodian looks after students, crooning in Spanish as she works

Amy J. Blue Awards announced

Insurance costs may explain obese workers' lower pay

Physical pain regularly torments majority of Americans, survey finds

Stanford radiology marks centennial

Students' bill closer to becoming law

5 questions: Krane on children's pain

Mummy's secrets under scrutiny

Media monitor

Work in this wet lab requires scuba gear

Mission to Chile offers relief to skin cancer victims

Early doses of AIDS drugs prolonged babies' lives

Medical center people

Five undergraduates awarded prestigious Beinecke, Goldwater scholarships

Ph.D. Orals

Housing

Mahood set to take over as associate dean for graduate policy

Faculty Senate to decide fate of film studies programs

Comings & Goings

Dukes honored for service, dedication to international families

Cardinal Chronicle

Longtime administrative associate dies

Nobel winner to speak at law graduation