Stanford headlines for the week of September 10, 2008

Q & A: Freeman Spogli Institute's Gail Lapidus discusses conflict in Georgia

Service set to honor ‘father of modern research on teaching’

Olympic medals galore for the Cardinal

Comings and Goings

Helicopters teach themselves to do aerial maneuvers

‘Three Books’ program explores youth, choice and self-identity

Authors Nicole Krauss, Kiyo Sato win 2008 Saroyan Prize

Dr. Ronald Albucher: career and education at a glance

Alumni to be interviewed for Stanford Oral Histories Project

Hennessy outlines ‘green’ building plans

Albucher appointed new director of counseling, psychological services at Vaden

Class of 2012 moves in next week

Killer stress is subject of TV special

Philosophy Talk heads to Marsh Theater

Alumnus, NVIDIA founder pledges $30 million for campus engineering center

School restricts industry funding of CME courses

Learn hands-on medicine, new medical students advised

Schizophrenia will be focus of Sept. 20 event

Elections begin today for hospital union members

Microfluidic technology leads researchers to drug that could treat hepatitis C

Surgeons work on techniques aimed at bringing 'dead' bone back to life

Infections linked to premature births more common than thought, study finds

52 years of energy and enthusiasm

Stanford ranks second among best U.S. medical schools for Hispanics

Mouse study points researchers toward early trigger for type-1 diabetes

Medical center people

Benefit available for some to cover dependent medical care costs in 2009

Ph.D. Orals


Crunch time: Serra Complex demolished to make way for new Graduate School of Business

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