Stanford headlines for the week of April 19, 2006

Stanford to offer first online high school for gifted students

Katrina, Malcolm X focus of lectures

California secretary of education says quality of teaching is the critical factor

Young chemical engineer on cutting edge of organic polymer-based electronics

Harlem streets offer lessons to spring break study group

William Woo, professor and longtime journalist, dead at 69

James Angell memorial scheduled for April 30

Glenda Lawrence, investment operations manager, dies at 52

Film director Claire Denis cancels series appearances

24 scholars to pursue research, writing while in residence at Humanities Center

Five faculty selected for Sloan Fellowships

In print and on the air

Faculty Senate to hear report on admissions, financial aid

Faculty Senate minutes - March 31, 2006 meeting

Faculty, staff, students invited to annual meeting of the Academic Council

Stanford Medicine wins highest honor

Faculty Senate meets this evening

The beat goes on: A growing trend in heart surgery

New design lets mini-microscope observe cells in vivo

It's all in the details: How Blume advanced cancer care

Medical center people

Media monitor

Vantage point: Budget pressures jeopardize future of medical research

Student-run free clinics unite under one nonprofit


ph.d. orals

New reimbursement system earns positive reviews from users

BenefitSU to hold all-day health fair; free screenings offered to staffers

Festival features talks by campus authors

Cardinal Chronicle

Fountain of Youths