Stanford headlines for the week of May 18, 2005

Outstanding current freshmen sought for President's Awards

Funeral service for George Dantzig scheduled for Sunday, May 15

Physicist and historian Peter Galison to deliver Hofstadter Lecture on relativity

Lights, camera, degree: Film, media studies major approved by Faculty Senate

Move over, Herbie: Stanford team enters autonomous car in driverless race

Heavy metal meets world-class research in shop

Radiology at 100

Economists say Medicare a bigger crisis than Social Security

Judicial Affairs guide clarifies policies

Honors & Awards

Engineering dean predicts success in leading initiatives

Creativity at center of new multidisciplinary arts initiative

Stanford University Water Quality Data and Water Quality Report for 2004

Special pump gives child time to wait for new heart

Two forms of pain relief better than one, study finds

Former Merck CEO to talk Monday

HHS secretary to visit Stanford

Faculty senate to meet today

100 Years of Radiology at Stanford

The next revolution in radiology: personalized cancer treatment

Architects bring 'slice of sky' to new addition to Lucas Center building

Physician-physicist partnership built first U.S. medical accelerator

Pioneering radiation therapy opened door to treating lymphoma

New MRI machine makes the invisible visible

Media monitor

Medical center people

Memorial Resolution: Arthur B.C. Walker, Jr.

Faculty Senate minutes - May 12, 2005 meeting

Memorial Resolution: Robert A. Horn

Ph.D. Orals


Vantage Point: Stanford's competitive compensation and benefits package

Information about staff salary programs

Political Science administrator wins service excellence award

Cardinal Chronicle