Stanford headlines for the week of September 12, 2007

Tuareg silversmiths bring Cantor Arts Center exhibit to life

Stanford researchers measure secondhand smoke concentrations in automobiles

Drell appointed acting director of SLAC

Clay Carson on the Chinese production of Passages of Martin Luther King

Widespread starvation in gray whale population suggests problems in food chain

Service restored after power outage disrupts campus computer systems

Renovated Old Union to reopen this month in grand fashion

Stanford expands distance learning across the globe

Study: Men shed light on the mystery of human longevity

Gender-identity language added to university’s nondiscriminatory policy

Natural Capital Project names Wright as first managing director

Rumsfeld appointed distinguished visiting fellow at Hoover

Magical and molecular motif weaves its way through Jennifer Cochran’s career

Campus community invited to memorial for Fliegelman in Memorial Church

Longtime Hoover facilities staffer dies

Hubbard joins Aero-Astro Department

Low greenhouse-gas-emitting systems focus of symposium

Schwarzwalder joins university to oversee science and engineering libraries

CourseWork updated for fall quarter

Students, physicians say X-ray exhibit drives home human toll of terrorism

Sept. 15 health fair offers free screenings

Education event to shed light on schizophrenia

Site has info for offices moving to Menlo Park

Scientists find new way to speed bone healing, growth

Tiny molecular probe 'paints' cancer cells in living animals

Excellence in med school's communication office noted

$14M grant renewal for genomic science center

Cell that triggers the itch in allergy attacks can also limit damage, study finds

Study shows long-term use of arginine doesn't help PAD

Stanford teams with Foothill for online arthritis workshop

Two days remain to enter lottery for Fairchild parking stalls

Police searching for burglars behind a recent string of laptop thefts on campus

Ph.D. Orals


All supervisors, faculty must do training

Low-income staff may apply for subsidy to help cover cost of dependents on medical plan

Cardinal Chronicle

Panel cites swell in public support for tackling global warming