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Women's Soccer's Christen Press wins Hermann Trophy

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Forward Christen Press has won college soccer's most prestigious award, the Hermann Trophy. At a ceremony at the Missouri Athletic Club on Jan. 7  that featured three finalists, Press was announced as the winner, marking the second consecutive season a Stanford player has won the award.

Alexandra Wexler wins 2011 Daniel Pearl internship

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Graduate student Alexandra Wexler has been awarded the 2011 Daniel Pearl Memorial Journalism Internship and will work in a foreign Wall Street Journal bureau this summer. Wexler is working toward a master’s in communication, which she expects to complete in June.

Cantor Director Seligman to retire at the end of the year

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Thomas K. Seligman, director of the Cantor Arts Center, announced that he will step down on Dec. 31 of this year. "During the 19 years of his tenure, the museum has been rebuilt, its holdings have been strengthened and its education program expanded," said President John Hennessy.

International Initiative's success extends Stanford's reach

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The 2010 annual report outlines the success of the International Initiative since its inception in 2005. Programs, including Paul Wise's Children in Crisis, have been created to address such issues as curbing nuclear weapons, understanding food security and using technology to improve society.

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  • ROTC forum reminder: The Ad Hoc Committee on ROTC will hold a meeting with Stanford faculty and staff on Thursday, Jan. 13, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the CISAC central conference room in Encina Hall. The committee hopes to have a frank discussion of some of the arguments it has already received from the Stanford community, as well as any other arguments presented at the meeting. Background materials are available on the Faculty Senate website.
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