Stanford headlines for the week of March 8, 2006

James Angell, electrical engineer and former carillonneur, dies

Does 1+1=terror? Using math models to calculate risks

New programs encourage graduate-student diversity

Training Opportunities Guide available March 8

Presidential elections in Mexico will be subject of forum

'Creative Risks' brings Public Theater musical to campus

Katrina did not raise awareness of poverty, study finds

Honors & Awards

Scientists recommend immediate action to mitigate climate-change effects

New aid for Latin American students

Corporate governance center launched

Faculty Senate to hear report on university public affairs

Engineering, social challenges confront New Orleans rebuilders, experts say

Newsstand featuring Stanford Lawyer

Institute for Diversity in the Arts presents free festival of music, art, theater

Commonwealth Club honors stem cell work

Continuing ed classes for health professionals

Could deaths in clinical trial have been avoided?

Architecture firm selected to design medical school's new education center

Quick study: How the Mediterranean diet may help to prevent heart disease

It's in the mail: New method of managing arthritis

Effort advances to make affordable vaccine in India

Media Monitor

Four medical school faculty members appointed to endowed professorships

Medical Center People

Ph.D. Orals

Housing

Restoration of Main Quad’s aging front balustrade begins soon

A call for volunteer building inspectors

Cardinal Chronicle