Stanford headlines for the week of January 24, 2007

Aerosol pollution slows winds, reduces rainfall

New online course evaluation system declared a success

Stanford police searching for missing student

Gift to Religious Life endows new fund

Staff, public invited to career fair Thursday

Stanford at top of its class in campus-greening practices and endowment policies, report says

Jenny Bilfield plans to bring new approaches to Lively Arts

Sending more troops to Iraq is a big mistake, panelists say

Memorial ceremony Feb. 13 for Seymour Martin Lipset

Honors & Awards

Colleagues and friends mourn death of pioneering geneticists

College days of student activism inform Richard Shaw’s perspective on work

Quote/Unquote

Center for Study of North American West to present lecture on crisis in fisheries

Physics Professor Andrei Linde to give lecture focusing on high-energy universe

Telescope, spacecraft linked for launch

Public invited to attend February arts residency lectures, readings and more

Genetic signature predicts recurrence of breast, prostate, lung cancers

Flexible options help balance career, family needs

Postmenopausal women needed for diet study

Grant will fund project to improve care of patients with chronic illnesses

Media monitor

Medical center people

Study questions using syndromic surveillance for anthrax

5 Questions: George Fisher on the two-year decline in U.S. cancer deaths

Researchers will study effects of exercise on abdominal aortic aneurysms

Housing

Cardinal Chronicle

Nominations sought for Deans' Award