Anne Firth Murray: Wed May 12 Noon to 1 in CIRCLE Common Room (3rd flr Old Union)

Anne Firth Murray, who teaches "Love as a Force for Social Justice" and "Critical Issues in International Women's Health" will participate in the ongoing lecture series "What Matters to Me and Why" next Wednesday at lunch. Come listen!

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Hear and Read...

Prof. Lawrence Goulder on Commonwealth Club discusses Cap & Trade…listen Prof. Carol Boggs on Stanford Report, Walking the Farm….read

Last modified Thu, 6 May, 2010 at 16:50

Roeland Nusse elected to National Academy of Sciences

Roel, professor and chair of the Department of Developmental Biology, is being recognized along with 4 other Stanford professors, for their distinguished and original contributions to scientific research…Read at Stanford News

Last modified Fri, 30 Apr, 2010 at 11:05

The HumBio Buzz - April 27, 2010

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Last modified Thu, 29 Apr, 2010 at 16:31

Cows on Drugs

Read Don Kennedy's piece in the NY Times: "More than 30 years ago, when I was commissioner of the United States Food and Drug Administration, we proposed eliminating the use of penicillin and two other antibiotics to promote growth in animals raised for food."

Last modified Mon, 19 Apr, 2010 at 13:46

Nicko Josten won the Dean’s Award for Academic Accomplishment

Last year's winners (check back for the 2010 winners later this quarter.)

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Josh Wong Awarded Haas International Public Service Fellowship

"The fellow is awarded a $35,000 stipend designed to cover all travel, living, and health insurance related expenses" and only one was awarded for 2010-2011. Put it on your calenders to apply yourself next year.

Last modified Wed, 10 Mar, 2010 at 16:15

Two Humbio Seniors Awarded Gates and Luce Scholarships

Allison Rhines has used DNA retrieved from sheep fossils to track the migration patterns of the people who raised sheep. With her Gates Scholarship, Rhines plans to pursue a master's in philosophy in Human Evolutionary Studies at Cambridge. While interning at the Office of the Surgeon General last year, Rayden Llano helped vulnerable populations to access essential health services during major disasters. With his Luce Scholarship, Llano will travel to Asia and learn about China's 300 million uninsured or Japan’s universal healthcare system.

Last modified Fri, 26 Feb, 2010 at 11:42