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Feb. 3, 2012

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New center event probes how to slow aging process

Once seen as a ticket to obscurity, the field of aging research is coming of age. This was evident at a recent symposium dubbed "Frontiers in Aging," the inaugural event of the Paul F. Glenn Laboratories for the Biology of Aging.

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Random sounds, gestures in Applebaum's Aphasia

Music Associate Professor Mark Applebaum's composition Aphasia consists of transformed vocal samples derived from the voice of professional baritone Nicholas Isherwood and set to a score of hand motions.

Photo: First Stanford women's basketball team 1896

You've come a long way, Stanford women's sports

If any school can claim to be at the forefront of women's athletics, it's Stanford. The tradition goes back to 1893, when Stanford created an athletic program under the auspices of the Women's Athletic Association in 1893.

Photo of Harry Elam at Jan. 26 Faculty Senate meeting

Faculty Senate minutes for Jan. 26 available online

The first senate meeting of winter quarter focused on the report of the Study of Undergraduate Education at Stanford. Speakers included Harry Elam, vice provost for undergraduate education.

Campus Announcements

  • Revitalize You! Online program to make your work-life work: Revitalize You! is a self-paced, five-week e-learning program that combines emWave technology with techniques for managing stress and building resilience. Sponsored by the Health Improvement Program, the course begins Monday, Feb. 6, and costs $395 (STAP/EA funds eligible). More information is available on the Events Calendar.

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SIGNING DAY: Stanford Football announces 2012 recruiting class; 22 high school seniors sign letters of intent . . .

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