Stanford headlines for the week of April 22, 2009

Stimulus money should go to lowest bidders, experts urge

Tenth annual 'An Art Affair' celebrates creativity, performance on White Plaza

12 scholars named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

The afterlife of Leland Stanford Jr.

World's most powerful X-ray machine debuts at SLAC

In new study, high school exit exam gets a failing grade

Seeking low-cost solutions to sanitation crisis in Africa

Stanford plans upcoming debt offering

NCAA recertifies Stanford as a Division I university

Budget cuts announced for three units

Stanford Hospital interpreters make health care a universal language

Discovery of ion-pore location on cell alters long-accepted model of hearing

Medical center people

Harold Varmus offers advice to next director of NIH

Longevity conference covers demographics, genetics, stem cells, Social Security

Malaria vaccine study seeks subjects

Weissman dismayed by draft NIH guidelines for stem cell research funding

Stanford filmmakers win $100,000 Sundance grant

Inexpensive drug relieves fibromyalgia pain in small study

Music, art will take center stage at April 28 symposium

Library exhibit, symposium highlight ‘The First Hebrew City’

Faculty Senate minutes - April 16, 2009 meeting


Ph.D. Orals

New system for logging hours, leave to replace Kronos in May

Annual Wellness Fair to be held April 29

Cardinal Chronicle

Hennessy to address financial state of the university