Stanford headlines for the week of October 10, 2007

From depths of Earth, a fault’s secrets

Collector of stories of hope and unity in war-torn Bosnia-Herzegovina to speak

Excerpt from 'Having What It Takes'

Champion of chant: Musicologist makes an ancient tradition a local institution

Polling that puts Europe in one room

Honors & Awards

Record-setting attendance expected for Reunion Homecoming

Next up for professor with the book on office bullies: the acceptance speech

Institute for Research in the Social Sciences set to open Secure Data Center

New Department of Anthropology opens doors in Buildings 40 and 50 on Quad

Task forces to review housing matters

Senate convenes for first meeting of academic year

Center for Environmental Science and Policy disbands

Police investigate assaults at campus fraternity house

South American democracy focus of talk

With hot-button issue on first agenda, Eamonn Callan takes the helm of senate

‘Majority world’ photographers showcase work at Aurora Forum

Creative coupling

Researcher's rise to medical leadership shaped by family's example

Neuroscience and law project could help courts determine truth

Cancer survivors needed for study of lymph disorder to ease pain, swelling

Psychiatry professor emeritus Peter Rosenbaum dies at 76

Library exhibit celebrates magazine for cancer patients

Urology professor emeritus Duncan Govan, clinician-researcher, dies at 84

Medical center people

Beyond willpower: Why we don't behave


Ph.D. Orals

Police issue 2007 Stanford Safety and Security Report; includes crime statistics

Comings and goings

Flu shots free for employees, retirees during Wednesday clinics

ReportMart expenditure form retooled to show commitments

Appliance art

Cardinal Chronicle