Stanford headlines for the week of May 7, 2008

2008-09 Knight Journalism Fellows named at Stanford

Tech giants work together to enable software to power parallel computing

Researchers synthesize plant compound to flush out HIV

Faculty and staff take advantage of Wellness Fair

Professor studies what cars can learn from drivers’ words

Gift from science philanthropist to benefit astrophysics students

Ph.D. Orals

National Academy of Sciences elects five Stanford professors to its ranks

Army program does not violate university policy, Senate committee concludes

At Law School Commencement, grads urged to chart own paths

Back by popular demand: CoHo to reopen in Tresidder with mix of old and new

21st Century campus focus of Academic Council May 15

One in four Stanford Hospital nurses volunteers beyond job

Tai chi master studied for power to control body

Free skin cancer check open to public on May 10

Microsurgery lab opens, named for Rodney Perkins

Vantage Point: Parents should hear full truth about child vaccinations

Infant weight gain linked to better lung function in those with cystic fibrosis

Annual medical student research symposium May 14

Medical center people

Stanford Bulletin to feature improved searching online and quarterly updates

Annual powwow to showcase Native culture and community

Professor ferrets out mysteries of biology by giving computers ‘intelligence’

Faculty Senate minutes - May 1, 2008 meeting

Housing

Lars Osterberg, local programs recognized

Service with a smile

Manager for campus-wide sustainability programs to join staff May 19

Cardinal Chronicle