Stanford headlines for May 2010

Productivity and migration: New insights from the 19th century

Search Committee welcomes suggestions for new vice provost for undergraduate education

Ten scholars, researchers named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

While walking the Farm, hikers learn about Stanford's role in dealing with climate change

Stanford's energy institute funds its first round of research

Stanford experts assess SEC-Goldman suit, stress need to better regulate financial markets

New Stanford-led program aims to produce insights into brain injury, recovery

Satz, Reich named Roland Prize winners; three programs get Community Partnership Awards

Memorial service and reception for George Dekker open to all

Stanford sociologist goes undercover to study Latino immigration in the South

Alumni scholars encourage the next generation to pursue life in academia

Construction to begin on new concert hall

Satz, Reich talk about Hope House Scholars Program while accepting award for public service

2010-11 Knight Journalism Fellows named

Leo Holub, founder of Stanford's photography program, dead at 93

Stanford police participate in 'active shooter' drill

Annual event highlights humanities authors

The Stanford Powwow returns for the 39th time

X-Rays reveal chemical link between birds and dinosaurs

Stanford researchers show limits of brain scans as legal evidence

Board of Trustees visits Yale for its spring meeting

Supreme Court of the Navajo Nation visits Stanford Law School

$12 million gift funds education and Jewish studies at Stanford

Stanford scientists learn how brains process images of faces

Ground is broken for Stanford’s stunning Bing Concert Hall

Scientists decry political assaults on climate researchers

Classics students tackle credit, debt and Aristophanes

Stanford physicist says Americans should overcome lingering doubts about nuclear power plants

In the Pathology Department, the computer doctor is always 'in'

Competent, creative, efficient – with grace and good humor to spare

Three exceptional staff members to receive 2010 Amy J. Blue Awards

Changing the architectural landscape of her alma mater

Hennessy takes audience on a virtual architectural tour and on a real stroll

Cutting Ball Theater's Melrose directs Shakespeare's bitterest play at Stanford

Campus steps out for the Fourth Annual Cardinal Walk

Fish facing reflections become feisty but fearful, Stanford researchers say

R&DE, students, friends remember chef Kim Hess

Stanford honors three staff members with Amy J. Blue Awards

At Stanford, family celebrates Pasternak's life and letters with new book

Stanford's Janice Ross to speak on dance class in prison

U.S. will slowly adopt electric cars, Stanford study predicts

Stanford law clinic fights to fix California school funding

Stanford scientists confirm that polluted groundwater flows from coastal septic systems to the sea

Larry Diamond, Julie Kennedy named faculty directors of the Haas Center

Volcker receives first SIEPR Prize, says 'time is growing short' to act on financial and environmental issues

Scholarship recipients give thanks through new Facebook application

Students use digital tools to analyze classic texts

Stanford's Pamela Matson urges U.S. to adopt coordinated research program on climate change

Small mammals – and the rest of the food chain – at greater risk from global warming than previously thought, say Stanford researchers

Meeting on habitat conservation plan scheduled for campus May 25

Stanford historian, venture capitalist energize voters over political reform

Nine undergraduates receive Deans' Award for Academic Accomplishment

Robert Sinclair named director of Bing Overseas Studies Program

Hannah Arendt considered today: Totalitarianism, genocide and the need for thought

Stanford researcher discusses how to beat the crowd at picking stocks

Seeking academic stars in the freshman class

Faculty Senate to meet Thursday

Stanford scholars, students explore intersection of religion and violence

Edward 'Ted' Harris, former chair of medicine, dies at 73

Readers assess Stanford Report transformation to email

Stanford educator promotes Mideast peace through technology

Visitor Center unveils interactive kiosks, celebrates roomy new quarters

Scientists offer solutions to arsenic groundwater poisoning in southern Asia

Etchemendy presents mostly optimistic budget outlook to Faculty Senate

Milton Van Dyke, influential fluid mechanics professor, dead at 87