Stanford headlines for the week of May 2, 2007

Feminist economist recalls formative years

An eco-friendly building goes up

Alien plants attack using 'resource conservation' as weapon, researchers say

Bay Area choreographers to premiere new works at Spring Migration concert

Stanford celebrates Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

Climate change a threat to Indonesian agriculture, study says

12 U.S. journalists awarded 2007-08 Knight Fellowships

President stresses importance of building bridges to India

South Asia classes focus on themes ancient, modern

Bible scholar considers errors in the "inerrant"

Honors & Awards

Experts reflect on Title IX's successes, challenges 35 years after law enacted

Presidential hopeful John McCain calls for 'League of Democracies'

Former BP chief outlines several top priorities for combating global warming

Web services 'wizard' may help computers do people's work, researcher says

Eight undergraduate students receive awards for academic accomplishments

Head of UNAIDS to give Payne Lecture

Commuters asked to roll with the loss of 900 parking spaces as of next week

Stanford and South Asia by the numbers

Faculty senators to tour Medical Center facilities

Gene test to offer personalized medicine for hepatitis C

Neuroscience center to explore women's hormones

Eyesight project wins award to fund service

Medical bookstore moves to campus spot with staff

5 questions: Blumenthal on safety of hormonal contraceptives and HIV infection

Two pediatric specialists named to receive new endowed professorships

Medical center people

Volunteers needed in study of supplement, blood pressure

Media monitor

Report of the President to the Board of Trustees


Ph.D. Orals

Last week's power outage blamed on construction

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