Stanford headlines for May 2011

Q&A: Stanford's Thomas Henriksen on the killing of Osama bin Laden

Review considers Stanford's Honor Code, Fundamental Standard violation resolution

Max Mathews, 'father of computer music,' dies at 84

Historic week in pictures: Profros, new GSB campus and more

Knight Management Center opens for business

Stanford joins forces with peers to address high-risk drinking

'Small fry' fish just as vulnerable to population plunges as sharks or tuna, Stanford researchers say

Stanford's Gravity Probe B confirms two Einstein theories

U.S. farmers dodge the impacts of global warming – at least for now, Stanford researcher says

Eight professors elected to National Academy of Sciences

A second language for every high school student, Stanford's Russell Berman says

Ten undergraduates receive Deans' Award for Academic Accomplishment

New Stanford computing lab imagines the mobile-social future

Stanford faculty committee appointed to study Searsville Dam, Reservoir

Continuing a 40-year tradition, Stanford Powwow gathers American Indians for a celebration of life

Leading entrepreneurs, academics explore a new relationship between humanities graduates and Silicon Valley at Stanford conference

Task force reviewing undergraduate education will give Faculty Senate a progress report Thursday

Reforesting rural lands in western China pays big dividends, Stanford researchers say

Stanford police release sketch in robbery at Munger residence

Dean Eyre: 'The voice of reason and calm in any situation'

Peche Turner: 'Brings a wisdom, clear-headedness and warmth to her role'

Manuel Bautista: 'A constant source of encouragement and camaraderie'

Three exceptional staff members to receive 2011 Amy J. Blue Awards

PG&E proposes replacement of gas pipelines through Stanford

High tech needs humanities PhDs, say Silicon Valley entrepreneurs at Stanford conference

Stanford alumni around the world participating in May 14 day of service

Stanford to offer optional alumni interviews for freshman applicants

Task force on undergraduate education gives an update to the Faculty Senate

Seaports need a plan for weathering climate change, say Stanford researchers

Light and Magic: Stanford engineers create a tiny, energy-efficient laser for optical communication systems

Stanford police investigating shots fired in Lagunita parking lot Saturday

Stanford women's water polo team claims second national title

Philip Hanawalt wins Princess Takamatsu award, looks back on 50 years at Stanford and ahead to turning 80

In the Stanford performance of Betrayed, George Packer tells the sad story of Iraqi interpreters and drivers abandoned by the Americans

Campus memorial service for Sarah Adicoff scheduled for Friday, May 20

'Mind reading' brain scans reveal secrets of human vision

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to dedicate new building for Stanford Law School

Stanford astronautics professor co-hosts Known Universe on National Geographic channel

Stanford's new Matadero Trail opens to public

Where does journalism fit in a world of 5 billion cell phones and 600 million Facebook users? Stanford gathering explores the possibilities

Robert Helliwell, radioscience and magnetosphere expert, dead at 90

Nominations sought for freshman award

Stanford computer scientists find Internet security flaw

Attorney General Eric Holder helps dedicate a dazzling new building for the Stanford Law School

Stanford's successful STAN serves as prototype for future events

Unusual earthquake gave Japan tsunami extra punch, Stanford scientists say

Student Affairs offices showcase data at poster fair

Provost to discuss 2012 budget plan at Thursday's Faculty Senate meeting

New research projects for Stanford's Global Climate and Energy Project, and room for more sponsors

Experts create first legal roadmap to tackle ocean acidification 'hotspots'

Etchemendy presents optimistic budget outlook for 2012 to Faculty Senate

Stanford researchers use fluorescent nanotubes to illuminate the inner workings of laboratory mice

Stanford 'on track' to reach five-year goal to hire 10 scholars whose research focuses on race and ethnicity

Stanford celebrates staff contributions at Multicultural Springfest