Stanford headlines for the week of March 18, 2009

Kosuke Ishii, known for teaching manufacturing design, is dead at 51

Woods Institute names 19 Leopold Leadership Fellows

Condoleezza Rice cites regret over immigration

Lorenz Eitner, founding spirit behind museum and Art Department, dies at 89

iStanford 2.0 released

HumBio instructor, students rap about science on YouTube

Stanford, Samsung engineers report new way of making flexible electronics

Historical AAA maps of California find their way to Stanford library

Research team develops faux wood that can biodegrade

Honors & Awards

Scientist testifies on federal waiver to regulate auto exhaust

Noted criminologist Joan Petersilia takes Law School post

Letter to the editor: RAs should serve as intellectual leaders

Stanford-owned luxury hotel to open April 2

First woman with computer science PhD wins top award

Gayton Germane, transportation management expert, dead at 88

Clark W. Reynolds, economist inequality expert, dead at 74

Immune cells play surprising role in cystic fibrosis

'Frog doctor' to lead comparative medicine department

State stem cell institute slows its pace of funding

Vantage Point: Rushing my son to surgery has me following in my father's footsteps

Podcast features Morton on gastric bypass surgery

Faculty senate to discuss grading and biochemistry

Doctors do blog about ER

Stanford dermatology department celebrates 50-year anniversary

Packard Children's neonatologist Yael Kaniel dies at age 31

Quick Study: Picking good eggs

Medical center people

Housing

Ph.D. Orals

New exhibition balances art, technology

Symposium to focus on AIDS, poverty’s impact on African youth

Cardinal Chronicle

Lecture series to focus on race and faith

Cantor fundraiser to feature fine arts, antiques