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Stanford Report

May 11, 2012

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Denni Woodward: Guided by warm spirit, dedication

"I'd just as soon not be in the spotlight," says Denni Dianne Woodward, associate director of Stanford's Native American Cultural Center. But as a newly minted Amy J. Blue Award winner, Woodward can no longer avoid it.

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Hold military accountable, Eikenberry tells audience

Former U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan Karl Eikenberry, left, has spent the better part of 40 years in uniform, and much of it in combat zones. Now he's turning a critical eye on the institution he has long served, offering his thoughts on its future.

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Boudart, chemical engineer, expert in catalysis, dies at 87

Michel Boudart, professor emeritus of chemical engineering at Stanford and for five decades one of the world's leading experts in catalysis, died May 2 at an assisted living center in Palo Alto of multiple organ failure. He was 87.

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