Stanford headlines for the week of May 27, 2009

Economist Garth Saloner to head Stanford's Graduate School of Business

Siegfried Hecker on recent nuclear and missile tests by North Korea

University, service workers jointly attend seminar on better labor negotiations

Michel Serres, one of France's 'immortels,' tells the 'grand récit' at Stanford

Nominations sought for awards for exceptional freshmen in the Class of 2012

Faculty Senate to meet Thursday

Robert Byer wins IEEE Photonics Award for work with lasers

Larry Gibbs, environmental health and safety director, named fellow of AIHA

New grants promote arts at Stanford

Following is an excerpt from Michel Serres' 'The Parasite' (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1982):

Stanford's Woods Institute awards new round of Environmental Venture Projects

Water quality data and water quality report for 2008

Thinking Twice: Can Western Civilization Survive?

Getting to the heart of health care for the poor

50th anniversary event will include Dean's Medals awards

Faculty asked to fill out AAMC survey by June 30

Fathman receives grant to further study T cells

Medical center people

Packard surgeon helps Vietnamese counterparts keep up with latest techniques

Shhhhh: Stanford Hospital team works to keep things quiet in patient units

Packard 'dynamic duo' installs 10,000th child car seat

Ph.D. orals


Cardinal Chronicle

Stanford Students provide dairy goats for impoverished communities