Stanford headlines for the week of May 4, 2005

Study: Better protections for bluefin tuna needed

Scholar wants standards for next-gen fiberoptic metro networks

Daughters and sons visit campus for annual workplace event

Candidates sought for scholarships

GATT digital library now available online

Sidney Drell to receive $250,000 Heinz Award for Public Policy

Through new initiative, university amplifies focus on global problem solving

Admitted, and maybe committed

Honors & Awards

Examining urban space in media

Twelve journalists named Knight fellows

Surprises seen in free-wheeling exhibit

Slow growth seen in faculty ranks; challenges remain in hiring minorities, women

In Print and On the Air

Claude Steele to direct behavioral sciences center

Leaders of International Initiative discuss gestation of idea, long-term objectives

Researcher brings the precision of engineering to the subtlety of psychiatry

Memorial Resolution: Albert J. Guerard

Rebates for recycled office equipment

Visiting fellows for 2005-06 selected

International Festival set for Saturday

Seek out deeper relationship between sports and religion, says athletic priest

Shankar, Scholes to speak about 'leadership and trust'

Five scholars elected to ranks of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

All low-fat diets are not equal, new research shows

The latest in X-rays: a 'Mummogram'?

Medical students to showcase projects

Binge-eating study needs volunteers

Recruitment weekend for admits bolsters diversity effort

Panel, Cinco de Mayo party to promote diversity

Media monitor

Bid to become NCI cancer center nears completion

Irving Weissman named to new endowed professorship

Luigi Luzzatti dies at 90

Medical center people

Memorial Resolution: David C. Regnery

Faculty Senate minutes - April 28, 2005 meeting

Memorial Resolution: William Josiah (Si) Goode

Memorial Resolution: Eugene Debs Robin


Ph.D. Orals

Pay statements available online starting this week

Conference held to honor office workers

Cardinal Chronicle