Stanford headlines for the week of May 24, 2006

Telescope arrives in Washington, D.C.

For uranium cleanup ... bacteria?

Woods Institute awards new round of Environmental Venture Program grants

Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity announces 2006-07 fellows

During Bike Month, they pedal for glory

Wiesel appeals for action on Darfur

Holt Ashley, professor of aeronautics, astronautics, dies at 83

Gabriel Garcia appointed to head Haas Center for Public Service

10 students, 5 organizations honored for service to the university community

Professor Rob Dunbar extols the value of fieldwork

Sheri Sheppard elected chair of Faculty Senate

Mohamed ElBaradei to speak May 31

Small increases seen in hiring of women and minority faculty

In Print and On the Air

How we tackle the 'woman problem'

Senate endorses revised research misconduct policy that eliminates ambiguity

Two mountain lion sightings reported; police urge caution

Associate architect leaving post to join San Francisco firm

Engineering School must innovate to stay atop rising competition, dean asserts

Reflecting on their time at the Law School, graduating students fill in the blank

Management conference set for June 29

Stanford Faculty Salary Information 2005-2006

Talk today on effort to find AIDS vaccine

Volunteers needed for back pain study

Packard Children's Hospital performs new weight-loss surgery on teenager

Family's genetic death sentence—and genetic escape

Q&A: Genetic testing presents risk and opportunity

Media monitor

Not just for faculty: Medical students excel at research

Medical center people

Council minutes

Faculty Senate minutes - May 18, 2006 meeting

Memorial Resolution: Stuart Hampshire

Researchers examine benefits, drawbacks of breaking categorical boundaries

Research collaboration 'translates' into potential therapy to heal skin wounds

Ph.D. Orals


Tuition program, hard work pay off for Urquidez’s daughters

Tuition Grant Program highlights

Cardinal Chronicle