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Invite ROTC back to campus, university committee says

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The Ad Hoc Committee on ROTC has recommended inviting the Reserve Officers Training Corps back to campus. The committee will present its report to the Faculty Senate at its meeting Thursday, April 28, and members of the senate are expected to vote on the recommendations at that meeting.

Type-2 diabetes linked to autoimmune reaction in study

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Type-2 diabetes is likely to have its roots in an autoimmune reaction deep within the body, according to researchers at the Stanford School of Medicine and the University of Toronto. Pathology Professor Edgar Engleman, director of the Stanford Blood Center, is the senior author of the research.

Education school study examines responses to bullying

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Why do some high schoolers who are bullied move on or even confront the perpetrators, while others seek revenge or suffer from depression? School of Education doctoral candidate David Yeager has found that those who believe their tormentors have the capacity for change are more resilient.

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  • Adults with bipolar disorder needed for study comparing treatments: Researchers at the School of Medicine are launching a study to compare two commonly prescribed medications for the treatment of bipolar disease. Their work is part of a multi-center, federally funded study. To qualify, subjects must be ages 18 to 65 and have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. For more information call Shelley Hill at (650) 498-4801. You also can contact Hill by email.
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