Stanford headlines for the week of January 10, 2007

Moghadam elected to Board of Trustees

University reports FY 2006 results

Climate scientists describe chilling consequences of a nuclear war

Study could lead to new vaccines, treatments for botulism

Flexible electronics advance boosts manufacturing and performance

Keith Mann, noted labor arbitrator and law professor, dies at 82

Memorial being planned for renowned social scientist Seymour Martin Lipset

750 students are admitted to Stanford via Single-Choice Early Action program

New volume of MLK Jr. papers reveal his early concerns about social justice

Jim Harbaugh, a former NFL quarterback, is named the new head football coach

From hot springs to rice farms, new insights into the secret lives of archaea

Scientists introduce new model for forecasting the likelihood of an earthquake

Residential education director steps down after 11 years of leadership, service

Online travel site by Orbitz launched

Testing to begin for new chronic fatigue therapy

Discoveries shed light on powerful parasite's success

Jan. 18 diversity event to honor Julian's legacy

Pizzo elected to IOM governing council

December rings in the Nobels

Medical center people

Media monitor

The year ahead: Experts forecast medical trends to watch in 2007

Lincoln Moses, pioneer in biostatistics, dies at 84

The Kitchen Sisters serve a feast of stories at Dec. 7 Aurora Forum appearance

Former Stegner Fellow Tillie Olsen, muse to many women writers, dead at 94

Report of the President to the Board of Trustees

Administrative Session of the Steering Committee


Creation of child-care center approved

Showers, lockers planned for Ford Center as part of expansion

Cardinal Chronicle

Film screening, discussion of Who Killed the Electric Car? scheduled for Tuesday