Stanford headlines for January 2011

Stanford University reports FY2010 financial results

Water, women and children's health in sub-Saharan Africa

Humanities scholars shed new light on past, present, future of environmental change

Resident fellows work to integrate residential living and learning

Cardinal blows past the Hokies to take Orange Bowl title

Cardinal fans welcome home the Orange Bowl Champions

Journal's top technique of 2010 goes to optogenetics method pioneered by Stanford scientist

Judith Jamison, a legend in the world of dance, comes to Stanford on Jan. 10

Police release sketch of alleged assailant

Fermi's Large Area Telescope sees surprising flares in Crab Nebula

New curriculum gives English majors the big picture

Campaign supports researchers as they develop real-world solutions to vexing problems

Stanford grad student tapped for 2011 Pearl Internship

Committee 'schooled' on ROTC, seeking more input from faculty and staff

Three Stanford scholars tapped as AAAS fellows

Stanford researcher uses living cells to create 'biotic' video games

David Shaw tapped as head football coach at Stanford

Undergraduate applications to Stanford continue to rise

Tommy Lee Woon appointed director of diversity and first-gen programs

Community forum raises new issues for Ad Hoc Committee on ROTC to contemplate

New technique to visualize neurons of the deep brain for months at a time developed by Stanford researchers

Felipe Calderón, president of Mexico, will be Stanford's 2011 Commencement speaker

Mountain lion tracks seen near Golf Driving Range

Faculty Senate to meet Thursday

Memorial service set for Rune Nielsen

Stanford hospitals submit revised, expanded community benefits proposal to City of Palo Alto

Stanford archaeologist shows how the Romans made pottery in Britain

Memorial set for Suvan Gerlach, longtime Engineering School employee

Faculty, staff and students recall the evolution of Jewish life at Stanford

Student leaders share concerns with Faculty Senate

History Professor Al Camarillo named 2010 Lyman Award winner

Civilians 'suffer first, last and in the middle' during wartime, Stanford scholar says

Sue Schmitt promoted to university controller

Q&A: Stanford's Shanto Iyengar discusses upcoming State of the Union address

The world can be powered by alternative energy, using today's technology, in 20-40 years, says Stanford researcher Mark Z. Jacobson

Two famous authors discuss one war: Tim O'Brien, Tobias Wolff on writing about Vietnam

Nobel laureate Elinor Ostrom to deliver Stanford's 2011 Tanner Lectures

Stanford and Intel test the boundaries of visual computing

Stanford scientists see the solar future, and it's all about 'nanodomes' and 'plasmonics'

Stanford's Feb. 2-13 Pan-Asian Music Festival focuses on Mongolia and 'the steppes'