Stanford headlines for the week of September 27, 2006

‘Out of the blue,’ a MacArthur award for aeronautics scholar

New journalism fellowship funded

Audit, compliance chief Steve Jung to step down in October

Ted Koppel to moderate roundtable on global threats

New students arrive on campus

Prepared text of John Hennessy’s address at Convocation on Sept. 19, 2006

Vehicle-access restrictions aimed at creating safer zone for walkers, cyclists

In future, drivers can expect more multilevel parking

Top National Institutes of Health prize goes to 3 scientists

Pioneer of digital subscriber line wins prestigious fellowship

Honors & Awards

Best-selling authors share vivid memories at roundtable talk for Class of 2010

Social science researcher to overhaul survey methodology with $2 million grant

Department of Petroleum Engineering adopts new name, expanded mission

Equality, market focus of conference

New DVD documentary goes inside Intel

Block: Advances in single-molecule research 'revolutionary, not evolutionary'

Viral spheres could help deliver a new class of vaccines

Bureaucracy obscured path to 9/11

Hennessy cites example of George Washington’s courage in welcome remarks

International studies proposals sought

Boggs appointed director of Program in Human Biology

Discovery may lead to new class of diabetes drugs

Gleevec may be effective therapy for rheumatoid arthritis, researchers find

Schizophrenia-Bipolar Education Day: Oct. 1

Medical school to host conference on U.N. goals

Voilá! New laboratory tool makes proteins vanish faster

Drug industry swag

Ready for some all-nighters? Grad students’ blogs record anxiety, excitement

Medical center people

RSVP by Oct. 2 for Dean's Dinner

Emphasis on cancer stem cells grows with recruitment of second top scientist



Ph.D. Orals

Cardinal Chronicle

Comings & Goings

Exhibit puts spotlight on the theatrical Charles Dickens