Stanford headlines for the week of March 21, 2007

Study calls for major overhaul of California schools

Humanities Center fellow wins poetry award from National Book Critics Circle

Scientists explain source of mysterious tremors emanating from fault zones

Hennessy appoints Harvard scientist to lead Bio-X program

Food crops already feel the heat as the world warms, study finds

Et toi, Elisabeth?

Service for Sandor Salgo set for March 27

John McMillan, expert on power of market forces, dead at 56

Honors & Awards

Collaboration to focus on global environmental research

Marni Goldman, associate director of science outreach, dead at 37

Cold War politics has fueled the debate over climate change, historian says

Law School establishes the John and Terry Levin Center

New interdisciplinary graduate-level course explores mathematics of the brain

Researchers get second round of stem cell grants

Hugs, high-fives as students meet their 'match'

Lottery to be held for remaining parking stalls

Stevenson to review faculty issues at senate

Drug therapy for compulsive buying disorder yields puzzling result, researchers say

No conclusive benefit found from treating kleptomania patients with common antidepressant medication

5 Questions: Baker on new funds for stem cells

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Medical center people

Efficient blood collection device makes U.S. debut at Stanford Blood Center

Two nutrition studies to test omega-3 fats, antioxidants for heart health

Ph.D. Orals

Alumni applications now sought to fill seats on the Board of Trustees in 2008


Benefits issues instructions for transferring retirement funds

Event to address hurdles faced by female students in sciences

Information, forms for ‘Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day’ go online next week

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