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Count on this: Researchers get better access to census data

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Thanks to an arrangement with the Institute for Research in the Social Sciences, a Secure Data Center opening on campus will allow researchers access to an ocean of confidential information accumulated by the Census Bureau, the National Center for Health Statistics and other agencies.

Stanford signs Google Book Search agreement

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Stanford has affirmed its support for the recently amended Google Book Search settlement agreement, which is now before a federal court, by expanding its earlier agreement with Google Inc. to digitize its library materials. The agreement expands digital scanning of millions of Stanford library books.

Arts Initiative highlights imagination and innovation

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The Arts Initiative infuses the arts into the fabric of the university and encourages creativity in all disciplines. That's why "Art + Invention" was chosen as the 2009-10 theme. This Enrique Chagoya work, Illegal Alien's Guide to America, was part of the "From Their Studios" series.

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  • Financial Knowledge workshops: Stanford Benefits is sponsoring a series of workshops presented by Financial Knowledge, a company that provides conflict-free financial education. New workshops, which begin Feb. 16, include 2010 changes affecting credit cards, tax credits and mortgages. Click here for a course brochure.
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PETER A. STURROCK pens a new memoir  . . . How I met your mother, the Stanford edition . . .

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