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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

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Community groups to receive 2012 Partnership Awards

An after-school program, an organization devoted to preserving trees and a collaboration between an agency that serves the homeless and a student group that collects unused food will receive Community Partnership Awards.

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Nneka Ogwumike selected first overall in WNBA Draft

Senior women's basketball player Nnemkadi Ogwumike was selected with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 WNBA Draft Monday by the Los Angeles Sparks. She's the first Stanford player to be taken first overall in the draft's history.

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Scholar investigates the power of dreams in Sufism

While many modern historians write off dreams as fiction, Muslim populations understood the interpretation of these dreams as ways to achieve "orientation in a world that would otherwise be experienced in chaos," says postdoctoral religious studies scholar Özgen Felek.

Campus Announcements

  • Medicine X: Registration is now open for Medicine X, a conference that will explore how technological innovation is changing the practice of medicine. Sponsored by the Medical School, the three-day event, which runs Sept. 28-30, will cover such topics as patient-centered design, mobile apps for improving health, participatory medicine and the use of health information on the Internet. The first-time event will feature speakers from the biosciences, the social sciences, the business world and the arts. For more information, visit the Medical School's website.
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Four postdoctoral humanities scholars named 2012-2014 MELLON FELLOWS at Stanford . . .

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