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No. 4 University in the nation  Stanford University is the highest ranked university from the Bay Area by U.S. News & World Report Linear Accelerator celebrated anniversary  Linear Accelerator Center celebrated 40 years of research into fundamental particle physics and synchotron radiation 90 days in jail for sex with patients  A former Stanford University psychologist is ordered to register as a sex offender Strike authorized  Union is representing 1,400 workers at Stanford Hospital and Lucille Salter Packard Children's Hospital Changes to early admission program  University will no longer require applicants to make a binding commitment to attend Stanford at the time of their application Hospital workers reject contract offer  Stanford and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital workers have voted to reject a final contract offer from management Hospitals workers strike  Workers at Stanford and Lucile Packard Children's hospitals walked off the job to protest the last offer in their negotiations   Human embryonic stem cell project
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Volonteers for NASA hypegravity study Largest database in world Patients suing Medical Center  Two patients are suing the hospital for allegedly leaving foreign objects inside them after surgery Conference on gender and globalization  Conference was organized by the Feminist Theory Workshop Professor awarded Welch Award  Harden McConnell awarded for lifetime achievement in basic chemical research Center on Adolescence gets $300,000  Grant was awarded to study how young people acquire a sense of noble purpose in society Police Search for Sex Assault Suspect  University police believe a campus prowler responsible for attack in May on a student is back Condoleeza Rice spoke to graduates  National Security Advisor and former Stanford Provost urges grads to make a difference Drilling at San Andreas fault  Scientists have begun drilling a hole more than a mile deep to better predict earthquakes Mother Pleads for Help to Save Daughter  A mother from China is pleading to help save her baby girl's life diagnosed with a congenital heart disease Venus eliminates Kournikova  Williams is winning 6-3, 6-4 to join Davenport, Clijsters and Raymond in the semifinals of the Bank of the West Classic Venus reach Bank of West finals  Clijsters wore down Lindsay Davenport 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 to advance to final to face top seed Venus Williams Venus wins Bank of West
4.9% hike in fees for 2002-2003 Charged of elder abuse and theft Living wage policy of $10.10 per hour Living wage for campus staff John Gardner, cabinet official, dead Pearl mourned as former student New moderate liberal student magazine Sentenced for attempting to lure girl Band suspended Lawsuit over Stanford name Cop hurt, car theft suspect dead


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  A shooting has left one man dead and a police officer injured. Stanford police officer shot and killed a man
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  Williams defeated Belgian Kim Clijsters 6-3, 6-3 and won her fifth title of the year


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  University announced its intention to develop human embryonic stem cells through nuclear transfer technology
Dec.19   Stanford criticized over stem cell research
  The chairman of Bush's bioethics council accused University of trying to conceal the true nature of its stem cell research plan
Hospital workers approve new contract  Stanford and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital workers voted to approve a new contract with hospital management Dec.21 Basketball great Hank Luisetti dies at 86
  The 6-foot-3 led Stanford to a stunning 45-31 upset of Long Island-Brooklyn in Madison Square Garden in 1936




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Mother Pleads for Help to Save Daughter  A mother from China is pleading to help save her baby girl's life diagnosed with a congenital heart disease 4.9% hike in fees for 2002-2003 Living wage for campus staff Pearl mourned as former student New moderate liberal student magazine Band suspended Lawsuit over Stanford name Volonteers for NASA hypegravity study Largest database in world Conference on gender and globalization  Conference was organized by the Feminist Theory Workshop Professor awarded Welch Award  Harden McConnell awarded for lifetime achievement in basic chemical research Center on Adolescence gets $300,000  Grant was awarded to study how young people acquire a sense of noble purpose in society Police Search for Sex Assault Suspect  University police believe a campus prowler responsible for attack in May on a student is back Condoleeza Rice spoke to graduates  National Security Advisor and former Stanford Provost urges grads to make a difference Drilling at San Andreas fault  Scientists have begun drilling a hole more than a mile deep to better predict earthquakes No. 4 University in the nation  Stanford University is the highest ranked university from the Bay Area by U.S. News & World Report Linear Accelerator celebrated anniversary  Linear Accelerator Center celebrated 40 years of research into fundamental particle physics and synchotron radiation Changes to early admission program  University will no longer require applicants to make a binding commitment to attend Stanford at the time of their application   Human embryonic stem cell project




Stanford University, 2002 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
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Stanford University, 2002 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
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Dec.10
  University announced its intention to develop human embryonic stem cells through nuclear transfer technology
Dec.19   Stanford criticized over stem cell research
  The chairman of Bush's bioethics council accused University of trying to conceal the true nature of its stem cell research plan




Stanford University, 2002 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2002 Jul.27 Venus eliminates Kournikova  Williams is winning 6-3, 6-4 to join Davenport, Clijsters and Raymond in the semifinals of the Bank of the West Classic Jul.27 Venus reach Bank of West finals  Clijsters wore down Lindsay Davenport 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 to advance to final to face top seed Venus Williams Jul.28 Venus wins Bank of West
  Williams defeated Belgian Kim Clijsters 6-3, 6-3 and won her fifth title of the year
Dec.21 Basketball great Hank Luisetti dies at 86
  The 6-foot-3 led Stanford to a stunning 45-31 upset of Long Island-Brooklyn in Madison Square Garden in 1936




Stanford University, 2002 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Feb.8 Living wage policy of $10.10 per hour Feb.11 Living wage for campus staff Mar.15 Lawsuit over Stanford name Apr.30 Patients suing Medical Center  Two patients are suing the hospital for allegedly leaving foreign objects inside them after surgery Oct.31 Strike authorized  Union is representing 1,400 workers at Stanford Hospital and Lucille Salter Packard Children's Hospital Nov.9 Hospital workers reject contract offer  Stanford and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital workers have voted to reject a final contract offer from management Nov.13 Hospitals workers strike  Workers at Stanford and Lucile Packard Children's hospitals walked off the job to protest the last offer in their negotiations Dec.19 Hospital workers approve new contract  Stanford and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital workers voted to approve a new contract with hospital management



Stanford University, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Feb.8 Charged of elder abuse and theft
Feb.28 Sentenced for attempting to lure girl Mar.20 Cop hurt, car theft suspect dead
  A shooting has left one man dead and a police officer injured. Stanford police officer shot and killed a man
Jun.12 Police Search for Sex Assault Suspect  University police believe a campus prowler responsible for attack in May on a student is back Oct.24 90 days in jail for sex with patients  A former Stanford University psychologist is ordered to register as a sex offender



Stanford University, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Feb.18 John Gardner, cabinet official, dead Feb.23 Pearl mourned as former student Feb.25 New moderate liberal student magazine