Stanford headlines for the week of April 25, 2007

Remembering the victims

President Hennessy to be interviewed on KZSU radio Tuesday

New childcare aid program launched for junior faculty

University changes living wage policy; eligibility expands

$105 million goes to computing center

Paul, Millie Berg give $4 million to medical school

Symposium for International Initiative set

Honors & Awards

Legal ethicist to discuss embryo research

Stanford's Commitment to Faculty Diversity: A Reaffirmation, April 19, 2007

University records gains in female and Asian/Asian American faculty, report says

With emphasis on innovative programs, Lively Arts announces 2007-08 season

Q&A: Billie Jean King on tennis and Title IX

Physicist John Harris to deliver Hofstadter Lecture on origin of hot 'quark soup'

Darling-Hammond discusses achievements, challenges of charter schools effort

'Junk' DNA looks like gene regulator

Stanford receives NCI cancer center designation

Study needs patients on antipsychotic medication

Powerful life journeys traveling in a wheelchair

New head named for Stanford pediatrics, Packard Children's Hospital staff

High schoolers get a front-line look at challenges of practicing medicine

Stanford/VA study seeks people with Alzheimer's for trial of omega-3 fats

Medical center people

New 'Stanford on iTunes U' launched

Spreadsheets using logic instead of math may revolutionize data management

Faculty Senate minutes - April 19, 2007 meeting

Housing

Home tour on Sunday

Cardinal Chronicle

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