Stanford headlines for the week of December 3, 2008

Rehnquist papers offer peek inside Supreme Court

Quantum computing spins closer

Recent Stanford graduate awarded 2009 Rhodes Scholarship

Accreditation team to visit campus

Obama transition teams draw on Stanford faculty

Two Stanford seniors awarded Marshall Scholarships

Environmental Venture Projects grant deadline is Jan. 9

Stanford, SRI celebrate the dawn of interactive computing

Retiring president of Johns Hopkins to join Board of Trustees

Diane Peck appointed vice president of human resources

Thinking Twice: Education

Hospitals synchronize series of kidney transplants

14 drugs identified as needing study for off-label use

Multimedia microbes in Dec. 9 performance piece

New pediatric surgery center most advanced on West Coast

Web site enables scientists to analyze proteins pro bono

Study shows no benefit from drug widely used to prevent premature labor

New findings with old twist: Cell movements totally modular, study reveals

Study charts evolution of yeast as ongoing clone war

Discovery of virus in lemur could shed light on AIDS

Professorship devoted to sleep and respiratory study

Stanford beats Cal in record-setting annual blood drive

Medical center people

Housing

Ph.D. Orals

More investment-advice sessions available

Business offices issue winter shutdown instructions

Retirement plan rules to change Jan. 1

Land-use study wins planning commission support

Honors & Awards

Cardinal Chronicle

Q&A: South Asia security expert discusses terrorist attacks in Mumbai