Stanford headlines for the week of February 14, 2007

National Academy of Engineering elects to its ranks four from Stanford

In ‘cultural transformation,’ Lai adapts hit play for English-speaking audience

Anthropology departments instructed to form combined unit

James Coulter and Thomas Steyer elected to Board of Trustees

Public policy master’s degrees approved

Cooling tower leak at SLAC last week blamed on corroded containment barrier

Police warn campus community of ID thieves 'phishing' for private information

Facing ethnicity

Board of Trustees sets tuition for 2007-08

In utero treatment prevents cleft palate in mice

Brain chemicals may aid treatment of Parkinson's

Pediatric brain tumor grantees announced

Feb. 17 memorial service for Lincoln Moses

School-sponsored plays will confront biomedical issues

Erin O'Shea to deliver annual Dorfman lecture

Medical center people

Lung cancer rates higher among female non-smokers than once thought

Media monitor

New database could aid global efforts to treat tuberculosis

Peter Kornfeld dies at 81

Valentine's Q&A with Hannah Valantine

Study shows living in poor neighborhood raises risks for heart disease, stroke

Report of the President to the Board of Trustees

Faculty Senate minutes - February 8, 2007 meeting


Memorial Resolution: Paul Roberts

Cardinal Chronicle

Flushing of university water system, by zones, begins Feb. 20

Top percussionists to play on campus as part of weeklong Asian music festival