The University Record


September 18, 2000
Volume 56, Number 3

School of Public Policy named for Ford
Ginsberg gift promotes University’s service tradition
There’s good news, bad news in new drug development
Finalists named in search for vice president for student affairs
Secretary dies in bus accident
Kids with asthma help researchers find what triggers the disease
Michigan Radio expands to TV production
2000 Open Enrollment schedule set
Cyberspace environmentalists want to ward off political, for-profit agendas
Newspapers need to adopt multi-media strategy, says editor
Dearborn creating sourcebook on Middle Eastern history
Engineering receives NSF grant for wireless microsystems center
HIV uses homing to kill white blood cells
U explores new ways of approaching past, of knowing who we are and why
Researchers find powerful new potential antibiotic
Celebrating the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy
  • Ford: ‘Can’t imagine a better place to hang around’
  • Panelists compare Ford administration policy-making environment with that of today
    Events mark Labadie’s birthdate
    Investment Funds Update
    Photo stories: Energy Fest 2000 celebrates savings
    Photo stories: Replacement of Hatcher elevators under way
    Photo stories: Fence posts sprout on Diag
    Photo stories: 'They went thataway'
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