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Jennifer Westerlind, retired attorney, dead at 67

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Jennifer Westerlind, a longtime campus attorney who earned a law degree while working full-time at the university, died Dec. 27 at Stanford Hospital. She was 67. Westerlind was known for her wry sense of humor and sage legal advice.

Foot binding and a biological approach to Chinese culture

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Anthropologist Melissa Brown and biologist Marcus Feldman are blending disciplines to study marriage patterns and religious practices. Their research focused on southwestern Taiwan in the early 1900s, when the Japanese colonial government banned the Chinese practice of binding young girls' feet.

BeWell@Stanford: 10 reasons to exercise

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With the holidays and all those treats behind us, you might be one of the many who is now turning to the treadmill to make amends and make good on that time-honored New Year's resolution. Here are 10 reasons to commit to getting fit.

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  • RICSRE faculty fellowships: The Research Institute of Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity is offering fellowships for junior and senior faculty to support research and scholarship that focuses on race, ethnicity and culture. Applications are due Feb. 12. Contact Fellowships Coordinator Heidi Lopez at 725-9141.
  • Continuing Studies: Classes begin Jan. 11 for Continuing Studies' winter quarter. Remember that eligible university employees can use their STAP funds. Featured classes include "The Obama Presidency," "Coping with Climate Change" and "Can Poetry Save the Earth?"
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MICHAEL MCFAUL among the top five national security players . . . Stanford ranks in the top 10 for cleantech . . . BRODIE HAMILTON named best employee transportation coordinator . . .

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