Stanford headlines for June 2011

Stanford's Don Knuth, a pioneering hero of computer programming

Farmer networks hold key to agricultural innovation in developing countries, Stanford study finds

Stanford's Stig Hagstrom, emeritus professor of engineering, dies at 78

Winners chosen for 2011 President's Awards for Excellence Through Diversity

Cantor exhibition spotlights state-of-the-art books, with emphasis on 'art'

Stanford students discover that native ants use chemical weapon to turn back invading Argentine ants

Stanford climate scientists forecast permanently hotter summers beginning in 20 years

Statement of Stanford University about Supreme Court decision in Roche case

City of Palo Alto gives green light to rebuild, expand Stanford hospitals

Early math lessons change children's brains, Stanford research shows

Stanford 'disappointed' in Supreme Court ruling in Roche case

2011 Cuthbertson, Dinkelspiel, Gores awards honor faculty, students and staff

In China, Stanford researchers seek to eradicate intestinal worms that afflict rural children

Stanford researcher's lifelong focus on China leads to fixes for the country's poorest

Elam to give report on '21st century learning' at final senate meeting

Stanford's Digital Humanities: A conference that's become cool

Smile for the camera phone – you're posing for Stanford's big screens

In rural China, Stanford researchers look for persuasive fix to fight intestinal worms

Sculptor returns for update on White Plaza fountain makeover

You don't need to be perfect to live a successful life, Baccalaureate speaker tells Stanford's Class of 2011

Prepared text of the 2011 Baccalaureate student speech by Samuel J. Gould, BS candidate in biology

Prepared text of the Rev. Gail E. Bowman's 2011 Baccalaureate address at Stanford University

Honor the Stanford mission, be of value to society, urges Reich

Text of President Hennessy's prepared remarks for Commencement 2011

Mexico's president tells Stanford grads: 'You must never, ever give up' on ideals

2011 Commencement weekend

Stanford's 120th Commencement weekend in pictures

Columbia Provost Claude Steele to lead Stanford School of Education

Transcript of Stanford Commencement address by Mexican President Felipe Calderón

Stanford law grads are urged to use the courage of their consciences

Stanford University to receive Anderson Collection of 20th-century American art

Report of the president: Academic Council Professoriate appointments

Meet the first class to enter Stanford's new Faculty College

From Genghis Khan to superhighways, the Loess Plateau connects China's past with its future, as Stanford researchers look for ways to improve rural health

Memorial planned for Sullivan Marsden, retired Stanford engineer

Targeting anemia in rural China, Stanford economist tries to shape country's health policy

SLAC researchers discover metallic glass is a crystal at heart

Centennial Teaching Assistant Award recipients named

Stanford team devises a better solar-powered water splitter

Radiology Professor Garry Gold wins 2011 Cox Medal

A world away, Stanford researchers attempt to curb anemia among the 503 boarding students at a school in windy rural China

Trustees approve construction projects, adopt new proxy voting guidelines

James Jucker, Stanford industrial engineer, dies at 74

Graduating seniors receive awards for theses, research and arts projects

Stanford Jazz Festival showcases superstars with crossover recognition

In China's poorest places, Stanford researchers experiment with cash incentives to improve children's health

A group of randomly selected citizens, engaged in a new kind of polling developed at Stanford, gathers this weekend to tackle California's problems

'Orca ears' inspire Stanford researchers to develop ultrasensitive undersea microphone

Truth takes a nasty turn: At Stanford, two plays explore memory and deception

Back in Beijing, researchers with Stanford's Rural Education Action Project take on digital divide

SLAC scientists win $2.5 million awards from U.S. Department of Energy

Stanford's Woods Institute awards 2011 round of Environmental Venture Projects

Stanford launches the Pigott Scholars Program for humanities graduate students

Stanford's video processing in the cloud allows interactive streaming of online lectures

Stanford faculty collaborate to improve online education

Summer utility work and gas pipeline testing along Junipero Serra Boulevard to get under way

Tracking top marine predators in a dynamic ocean

Stanford artist Richard Randell dies at 81

Unusual watchdog: Stanford doctor finds spinal product harmful

Global warming could significantly alter the U.S. premium wine industry within 30 years, say Stanford scientists

Development economist Gerald M. Meier dies at 88

Knight Fellows share visions for re-engineering journalism

SLAC scientists discover patterns in the plumage of the first birds