Stanford headlines for the week of November 2, 2005

Stanford innovation helps 'enlighten' silicon chips for better use in electronics

Professors elected to science society

Nov. 13 memorial scheduled for physicist Marvin Chodorow

What cost national security? Question is debated at reunion event

Walsh named interim athletics head

Dalai Lama ticket holders, take note

Poster politics

Historian Gordon Craig dead at 91; full obituary next week

International Initiative launches $3 million interdisciplinary fund

Services set for literature Professor Fernando Alegria

Latin American Studies gets degree OK

Honors & Awards

Steinbeck's Nobel Prize comes to Farm

Two psychiatrists win national prizes

Nov. 6 race raises money, awareness

Blood center to celebrate opening of new facility

From one pint of blood comes bevy of life-saving uses

Three appointments to endowed chairs

Correction

Volunteers needed

Medical center people

Media monitor

Haunted hospital filled with trick or treaters

Surgery on pumpkins? Just another day in the lives of medical students

Faculty Senate minutes - October 27, 2005 meeting

Memorial Resolution: Kent Ueland

Ph.D. Orals

Housing

Cardinal Chronicle

Donor’s generosity brings Jane Stanford's wayward watch home

Nontraditional requiem springs from life's experience