The University Record

October 9, 2000
Volume 56, Number 6

Swimmers are Olympic victors
Cantor honored for work on ‘family-friendly’ policies
Many strategies needed to successfully recruit job-seekers
You can help keep drug costs down
McCallister named associate AD
Ortega brings traditional pottery-making methods to U
Open Enrollment starts today
TIAA-CREF brings help to campus
18 IT projects recognized by Smithsonian Computerworld Program
Symposium, performances honor Arthur Miller
Peace Corps’ 40th marked Oct. 13–14
Women’s studies, IRWG celebrate anniversaries, Lane Hall dedication
Blank: Jobs not the only element necessary to eliminate poverty
LS&A has ‘three large obligations’ to fulfill, Neuman says
‘Decade of Behavior’ project launched
U-M marks victory on and off the field
Exhibition showcases Olynyk’s collages on hand-made paper
Flu vaccine may not be cost effective, but it’s still needed
Business continuity planning will help ensure business-as-usual
Carignan named interim director of Michigan Sea Grant
Video documentary highlights disabled students’ experiences
2000 Computerworld Smithsonian Awards Program
Dearborn’s College of Engineering and Computer Science launches new master’s degree program
Breast reconstruction during mastectomy boosts well-being best, Michigan-led study finds
U research team finds signs of brain chemistry abnormalities in bipolar disorder
‘Of Thee I Sing’ schedules extra showing
‘Willie,’ other greats on display Oct. 16
‘Villa of the Mysteries’ on display
Faculty Perspectives
Research Reporter
Job Postings