Stanford headlines for June 2010

Exiled Ethiopian journalist decries 'outrageously ludicrous' elections

Stanford legal scholars are at the forefront of data-based research

New Stanford student magazine offers eclectic mix of literary and artistic work

Freezer Retirement Program: Out with the cold, in with the new

Winners of 2010 President's Awards for Excellence Through Diversity to be feted today

Community invited to public meeting on campus health and safety

Stanford students' new electric car breaks the mold, not the bank

Speaking at Stanford, Tibetan and Uyghur leaders decry Chinese domination

As India booms, experts discuss improving education

More employees using pedal power and train travel to get to the Farm

Stanford mixes in mobile social media for Commencement Weekend

2010 Cuthbertson, Dinkelspiel, Gores awards honor faculty, students and staff

Stanford acquires archives for experimental, underground filmmaking

Voyage into the Arctic Ocean with Stanford researchers

Neuroscientist Sudhof wins prestigious Kavli award

Faculty Senate to meet Thursday

Faculty honored for showing postdoctoral scholars the ropes

A tale of two atolls: Stanford researchers study the impact of fishing on remote coral reefs

High school students use cutting-edge technique to create fluorescent proteins, thanks to Stanford researchers

Task forces eye administrative efficiencies

Stanford Poll: Large majority of Americans support government solutions to global warming

Hennessy warns of a 'coming collision point' on federal research spending

Fulbright Program awards fellowships to Stanford students and alums

Graduate students honored for teaching excellence

Stanford bids a fond farewell to John Bravman

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Stanford's 119th Commencement Weekend

Satz to graduates: Some goods should never be for sale

Baccalaureate speaker urges Class of 2010 to have one person in their lives who is a 'little bit crazy'

Law school grads urged to use discretion and compassion

Ambassador Rice tells Stanford Class of 2010 to fight poverty

Text of President Hennessy's prepared address for Commencement 2010

Ambassador Susan Rice urges grads to be agents of change

High-yield agriculture slows pace of global warming, say Stanford researchers

Stanford helps to digitally preserve mountains of documents

Professor Harry J. Elam Jr. appointed vice provost for undergraduate education at Stanford University

Sex, pregnancy and birth control: Stanford sociologists seek more info on trends in contraception use

Report of the President: Academic Council professoriate appointments

Graduates honored with 2010 Golden, Firestone medals, and Kennedy prizes

Stanford will vote 'yes' on shareholder resolutions asking companies to report their efforts to avoid using 'conflict minerals' from Congo

Russian president slated to speak at Stanford

Orphaned elderly serious casualty of African AIDS epidemic, study finds

Stanford Jazz Festival goes global

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

Junipero Serra Boulevard 'traffic-calming' project approved

Precise landscapes, luminous seascapes: The world of William Trost Richards

'I wanted to see with my own eyes the origin of success,' Russian president tells Stanford audience

Center for Longevity faculty affiliates discuss their ideas for Medicare financing reform

Construction projects, including dorm and childcare center, receive nod of approval from trustees

Scientific expertise lacking among 'doubters' of climate change, according to analysis by Stanford researchers

Stanford physicist awarded Europhysics Prize

Teaching law in Afghanistan and other developing nations, Stanford Law School makes legal education a global goal

Presidential Fund for Innovation in the Humanities announces six awards

Stanford students bring much-needed health care to rural Guatemala