Stanford headlines for the week of June 14, 2006

Researchers 'lase' a trail to early detection of breast tumors

Herzenberg, inventor of cell sorter, wins Kyoto Prize

Bilfield named artistic, executive director of Stanford Lively Arts

Graduate School of Business to adopt customized-curriculum model in 2007

Exhibition explores the representation of conflict in art

Freshman wins $1,000 journalism prize

Stanford Report takes gold in international competition

International investment could ease global infrastructure woes, researchers say

Engineering education should welcome women, professional society leader says

Twelve first-year students awarded annual Boothe Prizes for excellence in writing

Scholars win gender research awards

Money granted for digital preservation

Computing center to be dedicated

Land conservation efforts offer financial rewards for cattle ranchers, study finds

Commencement at 1:30 p.m., June 17

Symposium on digestive diseases

New osteoporosis drug may not be worth its high price

Cancer outreach worker targets community groups

Kyoto Prize awarded to inventor of cell sorter

Awards for teaching, research and patient care

Medical center people


Ph.D. Orals

Centennial Teaching Assistant Awards honor 41 for outstanding contributions

Senate to hear report on emeriti issues

Freshman nominations sought for President's Awards for Academic Excellence

Cardinal Chronicle

Desegregation pioneer challenges graduates

Two Commencement ceremonies, one big weekend planned