Stanford headlines for the week of May 3, 2006

Stegner program selects 2006 fellows

Bowled over

Researchers gain new insight into strength of crystalline industrial materials

More than 300 kids ponder plethora of campus careers during annual tradition

John Powers chosen to lead Stanford Management Company

'Black' features can sway in favor of death penalty, according to study

Community Partnership Day 2006

Protest deserved more coverage

Seven students get Deans' Award for Academic Accomplishment

Author Christopher Hitchens to discuss war on terror

From the Framers to Mozart: Questions of interpretation explored at forum

Senate to hear report on the Google digitization project

Partnership with Russia a key to global stability, former Sen. John Edwards says

Vantage Point: University community must engage Iran hawks

In Print and On the Air

Students, staff march through campus as part of national immigrant rights day

$10 million endows gender institute

Cellulose study may improve biofuels

New lie detection technology too much like scientific mind reading, ethicist says

Sundiata talks about the blues, imagining a 'possible future'

High-tech art

Three devoted employees honored with annual staff award

What can this shipper-receiver do for you? Apparently, plenty

Worries in the Program in Writing and Rhetoric stop with Cristina Huerta

Paula Perron, administrative glue and encyclopedia for the Applied Physics Department

May 11: Health and 'built environment'

Bioethics program profiled in Nature

New finance dean to tackle budget, building challenges

New findings identify key protein involved in fast-spreading cancers

Vantage Point: United States losing competitive edge in stem cell research

Old compound finds new life in molecular imaging studies

Media monitor

5 questions: Samuel So on hepatitis B

Students review delivery of county mental health care

Packard talks range from birth control to video games

Carnegie Foundation holds panel on three-year medical education study

Panel of experts will focus on risk of catastrophic levee failures in California


500 tickets for May 19 NCAA tennis matches to be given for Employee Appreciation Day

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