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Summers outlines 'six imperatives' for financial regulation

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In the face of daunting unemployment and hardship for millions of Americans, White House economic adviser Lawrence Summers was upbeat during a campus visit March 12. The economy is looking up, he said, and we should take "considerable satisfaction in the progress that has been made."

Stöhr to deliver the 2010 Robert Hofstadter lectures

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Joachim Stöhr, director of the Linac Coherent Light Source at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, will deliver the 2010 Robert Hofstadter Memorial Lectures on April 12 and 13. The lectures were established in memory of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Robert Hofstadter, who served on the physics faculty from 1950 until his death in 1990.

Susan Weinstein on protecting Stanford's good name

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The Stanford name is a legal trademark, as is the Block S with tree and the university seal. Susan Weinstein, assistant vice president for business development, oversees trademark licensing for the university. She answers questions about using the Stanford name and emblems.

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  • Paying for college next year?: Karen Cooper, director of financial aid, will discuss financial aid and financing options in the current economic climate. The event, which is sponsored by the Help Center, is scheduled for Wednesday, March 17 at noon in the first floor conference room in Mariposa House.
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