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$3 million grant to help prevent industry influence

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The Medical School's new model for continuing medical education, funded by a grant from pharmaceutical company Pfizer, will help ensure that corporate donors do not exert influence over the curriculum, says Robert Jackler, the school's associate dean for continuing medical education.

Say it loud: Steve Reich brings his talents to Stanford

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Last week, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Steve Reich debuted his "Mallet Quartet" at Stanford. He also held an open rehearsal and participated in a discussion as part of the Art + Invention Speaker Series/Aurora Forum. In addition, the So Percussion quartet held a public workshop. Watch a slideshow.

To avoid financial rip-offs, temper your trust

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Trust may be "the all-powerful lubricant that keeps the economic wheels turning," but Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme is just the latest example of the catastrophes that can result when those economic wheels turn too smoothly, according to Business School Professor Roderick M. Kramer.

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  • SiCa grants: The Stanford Institute for Creativity & the Arts is accepting applications for grants for the 2010-11 academic year. The deadline is Feb. 15. For more information, visit SiCa's grants website.

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