Stanford headlines for October 2011

Former Sen. Feingold to serve as distinguished visitor at Stanford's Haas Center

Sulfur in hollow nanofibers overcomes challenges of lithium-ion battery design

Stanford helps bring human rights to community college classrooms

Stanford exhibition spotlights Rodin's influence on America

Meyer residents one step closer to move

Memorial service set for Albert 'Al' Hastorf

Mountain lions caught on camera at Stanford's Jasper Ridge

Statement by Stanford President John Hennessy on Steve Jobs

2011 Roundtable at Stanford: How do we fix America's schools?

Stanford wins National Poverty Research Center grant

Stanford summer course yields touchscreen Braille writer

A grateful president and provost thank Stanford faculty and staff for all they do

PG&E testing work to begin this week

Stanford celebrates faculty contributions to undergraduate education, names six new Bass Fellows

Dancer arrives at Stanford's Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve

Hoover Senior Fellow Thomas Sargent wins Nobel in economics

Stanford teams up with The City University of New York and The City College of New York in a new engineering and science collaboration in NYC

Stanford scholar finds the origins of Western poetry in troubadours' songs

President Hennessy to give senate the latest news on 'StanfordNYC' project

Can indigenous peoples be relied on to gather reliable environmental data that meet the standards of science?

Report of the president: Academic Council Professoriate appointments

Engineering Professor Donald Dunn is dead at 85

2011 Knight-Risser Prize winner hits 'holy grail' of explanatory journalism

Trustees approve construction projects, get extensive briefing on StanfordNYC

President Hennessy and Professor Bernd Girod describe opportunities and challenges of StanfordNYC to Faculty Senate

Laser pioneer Anthony Siegman dies at 79

Q&A: Stanford experts discuss charges of Iranian assassination plot and its link to Mexican drug lords

Stanford ramps up efforts to recruit and prepare K-12 math and science teachers

Amorphous diamond, a new super-hard form of carbon, created under ultrahigh pressure

Excavator tears down walls, ceilings and floors of Terman Engineering Center

Stanford's Roundtable panelists see bold new horizons, old problems in redefining education

Urban 'heat island' effect is only a small contributor to global warming, and white roofs don't help to solve the problem, say Stanford researchers

Edgy Russian writer Vladimir Sorokin is writer-in-residence at Stanford

Q&A: Stanford's Lina Khatib on killing of Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi

Reunion Homecoming - the four-day celebration has begun

Stanford researchers build transparent, super-stretchy skin-like sensor

New book by Stanford biologist looks toward future of pandemic prediction

Kaiser mobile clinic rolls onto to campus Thursday for an open house

At Stanford, GOP members gird for battle against fossil fuels

Stanford's John McCarthy, seminal figure of artificial intelligence, dies at 84

Faculty Senate to meet Thursday

Q&A: Stanford's Paul Ehrlich fears the worst for a planet with 7 billion residents

Stanford submits plans for applied sciences and engineering campus in New York City

Stanford software that models human motion travels to museum

Stanford submits plans for applied sciences and engineering campus in New York City

Ramon Saldivar takes helm of the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity

Senate tweaks dissertation committee composition; hears report on Residential Education

California Attorney General Kamala Harris gives public talk at Stanford Law School