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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

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'Dean Julie' stepping down to pursue MFA in poetry

Julie Lythcott-Haims, who first came to Stanford as a freshman in 1985, will leave her position as associate vice provost for undergraduate education and dean of freshmen and undergraduate advising in June to go back to school.

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Genetic markers may help predict fertility decline

Researchers at the Medical School have discovered genetic markers that may ultimately allow women to track and predict declining fertility. Renee Reijo Pera, professor of obstetrics and gynecology, is the study's senior author.

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Dams planned for Mekong tributaries pose threats

New dams planned for tributaries of the Mekong River in Southeast Asia will be more environmentally destructive and will produce less energy than the dams in the main river, according to Guy Ziv, a postdoctoral scholar in biology.

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Healthy Living Retreat for Women at Sierra Camp

In May, the university will host its 18th Healthy Living Retreat for Women at Sierra Camp, a mountain resort in Fallen Leaf Lake, Calif. BeWell spoke with Joyce Hanna, director of the retreat, about what goes on there.

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Law professor HANK GREELY is taking questions on the Supreme Court's review of the Affordable Care Act . . .



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