Stanford headlines for the week of December 6, 2006

Chemical engineering meeting spotlights advances in health, energy, technology

Ten university scholars among fellows newly elected to AAAS

Office of the Registrar launches online evaluations for courses in four schools

Professor of thermodynamics shares best practices for teaching tough topics

2006 IN REVIEW: New paradigms in medicine

Artist Gail Wight expresses beauty, horror of science

Faculty urged to work toward increasing graduate diversity

Richard Saller to head School of Humanities and Sciences

Two members of campus Police Department’s old guard die

Campus to celebrate dorm renovations

Google pledges $2 million to support Law School center

Kitchen Sisters to speak Thursday

Operations, services to be closed or scaled back winter break

In Print and On the Air

Program to end violence against women wins grant

Online video library offers expert advice on innovation

Marsh McCall is recognized with Lyman Award

Two studies offer new insights into eating disorders

Study identifies molecule linked to multiple sclerosis relapses

Jan. 8 deadline for Coulter research grants

Medical leaders decry AIDS worker shortage

2006 IN REVIEW: Big Pharma told to stop influence peddling at medical center

2006 IN REVIEW: Help wanted! Genetic counselors

2006 IN REVIEW: Minds over matter

2006 IN REVIEW: He’s looked at science from both sides now

2006 IN REVIEW: Funding troubles for NIH

2006 IN REVIEW: Stem cells’ newfound popularity

2006 IN REVIEW: Now the center of attention, DNA’s little sister

End of an era: Cohen steps down as Packard's chief of staff

Faculty Senate minutes - November 30, 2006 meeting

Memorial Resolution: William van Bogaert Robertson

President Hennessy announces new discretionary funding for humanities faculty


Ph.D. Orals

Jeanne Halleck, longtime Haas Center administrator, retires

Cardinal Chronicle

J. Keith Mann, professor emeritus of law, dies at 82