Stanford headlines for the week of April 29, 2009

Minor fire at Law School causes water damage

Prospective students and their families arrive for Admit Weekend

Faster, more accurate method for producing nanoribbons

University cautions against travel to Mexico in light of swine flu developments

Stanford completes sale of $1 billion of taxable bonds

International scholars to be in residence for pilot program

Scholar illuminates forgotten life of writer Isaac Rosenfeld

Education professor wins volunteer service prize

Construction projects advance with green light from trustees

Honors & Awards

Lecture aims to shed light on dark energy

‘What Matters’ talk by police chief a tale of many firsts

Dickson named adviser on campus life

Provost issues memo to campus community on swine flu

Scholar gets nod to fill Defense Department job

Round-the-clock effort fuels stimulus grant drive

Brain works best when cells move to the right rhythms

Two possible causes for bowel disease in infants

Heart docs outpush 49ers in contest

Hospital nurses to be honored May 4-8 for skills, caring

Six research teams receive Coulter grants

Ralph Spiegl, devoted alumnus and fundraiser, dies at 86

Gold Foundation honors six residents

Medical center people

Berek on health risks of removing ovaries

$15 million NIH grant for study of flu vaccines


Ph.D. Orals

New service for computers carrying sensitive data

Cardinal Chronicle

Three community partnerships celebrated

Stanford prepares to implement its pandemic plan if needed