Stanford headlines for the week of March 7, 2007

Hilton, professor emeritus of Romance languages, dead at 95

B. Davie Napier, dean of Stanford chapel during turbulent 1960s, dead at 91

Mobile communication devices may be pocket-size persuaders in next 10 years

Energy security lies in promoting alternative fuels, ex-CIA chief says

Faculty may cast votes for Faculty Senate through March 19

Secret Love in Peach Blossom Land

At Economic Summit, mood is upbeat on globalization, troubled on healthcare

Robert Sapolsky discusses physiological effects of stress

Guidelines offered for responsible technology licensing

Senate is scheduled to meet tomorrow

Honors & Awards

"Quote Unquote"

Nominations sought for several university awards

Richard Zare describes the ups and downs of 'team science'

Steering atoms toward better navigation, physicists test Newton and Einstein

National War Powers Commission enlists university for expertise

Award-winning teacher discusses ‘brave new world’ of classroom technology

Cellulosic ethanol: Fuel of the future?

Demographers present tools to track spread of tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, malaria

Nominations sought for new academic secretary

New website launched this week for news at Stanford, media-related matters

Scientists discuss the importance of ethics in creating a culture of sustainability

Nobel laureate Richter discusses future course for elementary particle physics

Diet study tips scales toward Atkins low-carb plan

Severe stress hurts children's brains, changes hippocampus, study shows

Medical student wins award to fight blindness

Blood center issues appeal for A, O donors

School of Medicine's administrative services to make a move this summer

Transplant matchmaker retires, ending an era of analyzing cells by microscope

Media monitor

Medical center people


Ph.D. Orals

Bernice Johnson Reagon in residence

Cardinal Chronicle

Nominations for Amy J. Blue Awards due Wednesday, March 21

Helen Josephine to join university March 15 as head librarian for engineering