Stanford headlines for the week of February 22, 2006

Stanford Board of Trustees sets tuition for 2006-07

Noted cognitive scientist asserts that analogy is (almost) the whole enchilada

Three new trustees elected to board

World faces challenge as life expectancies lengthen, scientist says

Good computer interfaces respect the real world, Klemmer says

New study links reading, social skills in children

Unearthing explanations for New Madrid temblors

Memorial service for engineer Shaw scheduled for March 4

Honors & Awards

Devlin: Math truth no longer a '100 percent pure product'

Board of Trustees sets tuition rates

Nominations for Dinkelspiel, Cuthbertson, Gores sought

In Print and On the Air

New online elections for Academic Council

Parents' Weekend anticipates 3,000 family members

Nominations sought for Cox Medal for Faculty Excellence in Undergraduate Research

Slavery historian to give Tanner Lecture

Dunbar Centennial Conference aims to focus scholarly attention on noted author

Feb. 23 Faculty Senate meeting is canceled

Innovation Journalism Fellows placed in U.S. newsrooms

Marine scientists look to the Bahamas as a model for coral reef conservation

Bias in faculty hiring

Statins, beta-blockers lessen heart attack risk

Best anthrax treatment: rapid diagnosis, antibiotics

WHI study questions calcium's benefits

Stem cells on trial: Fate of Stanford’s new stem cell lines in limbo as lawsuit delays funds

Stem cells on trial: 5 questions for Hank Greely on the Prop. 71 lawsuit

AAAS: 5 questions for Judy Illes on the future of neuroethics

AAAS: Ethics consultations help researchers do the right thing

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