Stanford headlines for the week of June 4, 2008

Reporters discuss covering complex political campaign

500-million years of plate tectonics in 10 minutes. Film to follow.

University ‘stronger than it has ever been,’ provost says

George Leppert, nuclear researcher, peace activist, dies at 83

Good night sweet chair: Senate bids farewell to Eamonn Callan

Twelve U.S. journalists win Knight Fellowships to study at Stanford in 2008-09

Archaeology exhibit, new curator to raise visibility of artifacts stored off campus

In conversation, Albright lays out global challenges facing the next president

Medical school wins $30M to turn research into care

Researchers propose new standard for value of life

Blood center issues plea for donors of O-negative

Medical student-athlete in TV ad for Olympics

Survey of medical faculty finds job satisfaction higher than at peer schools

Organ transplant kids can thrive without toxic anti-rejection drugs, study finds

Media monitor

Gender research institute announces new faculty, graduate fellows

Exhibition at Cantor Center features masterpieces spared from Hurricane Katrina

Boothroyd, Sheppard to join Office of Vice Provost for Graduate Education

Faculty Senate minutes - May 29, 2008 meeting


Ph.D. Orals

Energized discussion

Stanford/SLAC satellite launch to be broadcast

Cardinal Chronicle

Out for a stroll

PeopleSoft upgrade to go live in August