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May 29, 2012

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Richard Lyman is dead at age 88

President Emeritus Richard W. Lyman, known for his unequivocal stance against the violent student protests that erupted on campus during the turbulent late 1960s and early 1970s, died Sunday in Palo Alto at 88. "Dick Lyman was a man of great strength, integrity, common sense and good humor," said President John Hennessy.

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Improvements OK'd for Los Altos Hills' Arastradero Trail

Stanford hopes to begin improving a 2-mile hiking and biking trail along Arastradero Road under the auspices of Los Altos Hills as a result of a recent decision by the town's council.

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Stem cell agency grants three researchers $11.9 million

Three researchers at the Medical School, including Renee Reijo Pera, left, have been awarded a total of $11.9 million from the state stem cell agency. The grants are designed to move promising therapies out of the laboratory and into human testing.

Campus Announcements

  • Master of Liberal Arts information session: An information session for the Stanford Master of Liberal Arts program, a part-time graduate degree program, will be held Thursday, June 7, at 6 p.m. The MLA program is STRP-fund eligible for Stanford employees. Email to learn more about the information session and program.
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Did you miss TEDxStanford? Then check out this video, featuring faculty members MARK APPLEBAUM, CHRIS GERDES, SAM GAMBHIR and others . . .

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