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Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012

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Ceremonial turning of the soil delights Anderson family

Putter Anderson Pence and her parents, Hunk and Moo Anderson, each spoke at the groundbreaking Tuesday for the building to house the Anderson Collection at Stanford University, designed by Richard Olcott/Ennead Architects.

Photo of Nobel Prize winner Brian Kobilka and his wife, Tong Sun Kobilka, at their home. Photo Credit: Linda Cicero

Nobel laureate has a passion for science, cinnamon toast

Nobel chemist Brian Kobilka grew up the shy son of a baker in a tiny Midwestern town. He developed a love for scientific research while at Yale School of Medicine. "He doesn't like the limelight," said his wife, Tong Sun Kobilka, left, a practicing physician and research scientist.

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Election 2012 course engages broad range of students

As Election Day approaches, thousands of Stanford students and members of the local community and beyond are keeping track of the issues. Undergrads are taking PoliSci 51K, Continuing Studies students Pol 51, while others participate in Election 2012 for free on Stanford on iTunesU.

Campus Announcements

  • Faculty Senate meets today: In its first meeting of fall quarter, the Faculty Senate will hear a five-member panel discuss units of credit required for different majors. The discussion, which is limited to members of the Senate, will take place at 3:15 p.m. in the Law School. For more about the agenda, read the full announcement.
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