The University Record


June 4, 2001
Volume 56, Number 33


It’s no dream; Bard is in Arboretum
Wide range of groups supporting affirmative action cases
Prescription Drug Work Group 2002 reports on focus groups
Health System named tops in recycling for public institutions
Farewell reception for Jane R. Elgass is June 27
Provost search committee appointed
Ashley named director of marketing
M-Pathways system outage planned
Payroll, benefits system changing
Students building Mars rover prototype
Career development funding awarded
Book on Ojibwe tells story of survival
New outpatient procedure may provide long-term relief from chronic heartburn
Geographic information systems are gaining in popularity
Copper is crucial for embryonic development, study says
Program aims to get area pet owners to leash their dogs
Book discusses how minorities come to be
Team of researchers finds first gene that increases risk of Crohn’s disease
Reach Out! staff and volunteers searching for new home
Bentley Historical Library’s MC5 exhibition kicks out the jams
Photo story: Klein drawings on display
Summer Festival set to kick off
Applause
Briefings
Calendar
Investment Funds Update—returns as of March 31, 2001
Obituaries
Job Postings

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