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Energy plan among topics Faculty Senate will discuss

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Joseph Stagner, executive director of the Department of Sustainability and Energy Management, pictured left, will discuss the recently announced $250 million Energy and Climate Plan when the Faculty Senate meets today. Also speaking to the senate will be John Powers of the Stanford Management Company.

Pulitzer Prize Finalist Bulrusher to be performed Nov. 5-7

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In a collaboration between the student group Blackstage Theater Company and Stanford Drama, Bulrusher, by playwright Eisa Davis and directed by Isaiah Wooden, will be performed in the Nitery Theater of Old Union Nov. 5 through 7. Tickets are $10 for faculty and staff.

Ehrlich feted for lifetime of environmental achievement

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Four decades after publication of The Population Bomb, Paul Ehrlich remains an influential environmental player. He talked with SR before heading to Spain to receive the Ramon Margalef Prize. Americans, he says, should go childless, or limit themselves to a single offspring.

Stanford helps create tissue bank for lymphatic diseases

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Millions suffer from lymphatic diseases, but little is known about what causes these illnesses or how widespread they may be. To answer these questions, the Medical School is helping to establish the first patient registry and tissue bank for patients with lymphatic disorders. Stanley Rockson will oversee it.

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  • SiCa newsletter published: Check out the November issue of the Stanford Institute for Creativity and the Arts newsletter. Read about an upcoming talk by Gwyneth Lewis, national poet of Wales, and a grant to Stanford Lively Arts to produce four dance artist residencies. You can also link to a video of the Party on the Edge student arts showcase.
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The verdict is in! Equal Justice Works gives Law School Dean Larry Kramer the John R. Kramer Award for Outstanding Law School Dean. Read more about the Law School and public service.

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