Stanford headlines for the week of December 5, 2007

New program funds fellowships for diverse PhD students

Mark Twain’s long-lost play to make debut on Broadway

Service today for longtime career center director Ralph Keller

2007 IN REVIEW: Medicine built new foundations for advances of the future

2007 in review: At last, stem cell research gained momentum with funding and faculty

2007 in review: Stanford extended global embrace

2007 in review: Ten most read Web stories

2007 in review: Record-breaking year for philanthropy

2007 in review: EAT THIS—Research had science-driven results on what food is healthy

2007 in review: New medical images lit up lives

Instrument to make detailed measurements of sun activity

Edmund Chang, scholar of earth sciences in China, dead at 72

Event celebrates collaborative project to advance high-performance computing

Hennessy names task force to explore boosting number of undergraduate students

University and overseas labor focus of panel discussion

Researchers produce reversal of skin aging in mice

Lighting a pathway for people to build community health

Administrative staff move

Participants for study of diabetes, heart disease

Computer calls can persuade even skeptical couch potatoes to go walking

Medical center people

2007 in review: Medical center rebuild got rolling with development plan, construction

Ginzton lab researchers help build new quantum matter for use in simulations

Laureate gets his wreath

Continuing Studies registration open

Central offices announce closures, instructions for assistance during shutdown

Plans for the East Asia Library are fluid, provost says at town hall meeting

Faculty Senate minutes - November 29, 2007 meeting

Memorial Resolution: Clarence J. Karzmark

Memorial Resolution: Arthur Kornberg

Bandura receives Grawemeyer Award

Housing

Ph.D. Orals

Cardinal Chronicle

Nominations are sought for Roland Prize

Study finds that linked wind farms can result in reliable power