Stanford headlines for June 2014

Catherine Heaney to receive Roland Prize for developing long-term community partnerships

Stanford conference urges more rules and policies for central banking

Beyond the Farm, Stanford spirit crops up in many places

How Stanford Graduate School of Education is meeting new challenges

Town hall meeting to focus on underrepresented minority faculty mentoring and decision-making

Stanford's Community Partnership Awards honor three service programs

Former SLAC Director Persis Drell named dean of Stanford Engineering

Stanford study finds hope for coastal communities amid a changing ocean

Stanford collaboration offers new perspectives on evolution of Brazilian language

Power outage forces relocations of Tuesday classes

Stanford opens state-of-the-art facility for collaborative scientific visualization

Stanford scientists solve mystery of ancient American lakes

China caught in a currency conundrum, Stanford economist says

Stanford marine scientist's quest to save coral

Scottish independence vote is 'identity crisis' for the UK, Stanford faculty say

Stanford researchers address malnutrition among China's rural babies

Bioengineering and chemical engineering building at Stanford named for gifts from Ram and Vijay Shriram

Despite Ukraine crisis, Stanford scholars urge continued US-Russia collaboration on nuclear security

Stanford wins 20th Directors' Cup as top intercollegiate athletic department

Senate to hear reports on undergraduate admission and the Emeriti Council

Stanford scholar investigates the mysterious force behind falsified Holocaust accounts

2014 Cuthbertson, Dinkelspiel, Gores awards honor faculty, students and staff

Vergara decision to drive reforms in teacher employment, Stanford experts say

Stanford philosophy Professor Grigori Mints, a world-renowned logician, has died at 74

Stanford to broaden support for military community on campus

Stanford introduces new financial tools to help parents pay for college

Stanford Faculty Senate gets a preliminary look at the Class of 2018

Stanford scientists develop computer model to examine fate of indigenous peoples

Provost announces faculty-student committee to advise on sexual assault issues

As a Stanford engineering student and lawyer, Jonathan Mayer discredits NSA claims

A 'surreal' Arctic celebration for graduating seniors

Prepared text of Zoketsu Norman Fischer's Baccalaureate address

Zen Buddhist priest urges Stanford graduates to cultivate spiritual practices

Stanford Professor Fred Turner to Class of '14: Embrace technology and politics to improve society

Prepared text of Konstantine Buhler's Baccalaureate speech

Commencement 2014

Text of President Hennessy's prepared remarks for Commencement 2014

Bill and Melinda Gates tell Stanford grads: Channel empathy with optimism

Stanford Commencement weekend in pictures

Text of the 2014 Commencement address by Bill and Melinda Gates

Stanford breakthrough provides picture of underground water

Campus grieving the death of Stanford senior

Stanford bioengineers improve upon football mouthguard that senses head impacts

SLAC scientists take first dip into water's mysterious 'no man's land'

Seeing the inner workings of the brain made easier by new technique from Stanford scientists

Stanford trustees approve concept and site for Bass Biology Research Building

Stanford bioengineers invent a way to speed up drug discovery

Hot cities: Climate change may lead to air stagnation, Stanford scientists say

Changing world temperatures influence views on global warming, Stanford scholar says

Stanford's McMurtry Building is the third new arts building in as many years

Report of the President: Academic Council Professoriate appointments

Net energy analysis should become a standard policy tool, Stanford scientists say

Japan's political leadership helped save country from worst-case Fukushima disaster, Stanford researcher says

Safety is Stanford's top concern as construction ramps up

Precourt Institute partners with KQED on new e-book series on energy

Stanford scholar views France's nationalistic politics with a historical eye

Mysterious features spotted on Titan reveal the moon's seasonal changes, says Stanford scientist

Water samples teeming with information: Emerging techniques for environmental monitoring

Supreme Court's cellphone decision brings court into 21st century, says Stanford law professor

Brief fire at SLAC Wednesday night posed no threat to the community

Oil palm plantations threaten water quality, Stanford scientists say

Language can help the elderly cope with the challenges of aging, says Stanford professor