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Abandoned bicycles to be removed

University ordinance requires that all bicycles on the Ann Arbor campus be registered with the city of Ann Arbor. Additionally, the ordinance allows for the impoundment of any bicycle that is left unattended for more than 48 hours. This month, DPS officers have placed notices on bicycles throughout campus that are in violation of the ordinance. If the bicycles have not been moved within 48 hours of tagging, they will be collected and held for 30 days by DPS.


In the past two years, more than 200 unclaimed bicycles have been donated to local charities. To register a bicycle with the city, take it to the City Clerk's office at City Hall, 100 North Fifth Ave. For more information about the abandoned bicycle collection process, contact Sgt. Jesse Johnson at (734) 763-3434.

CEW awards scholarships

The Center for the Education of Women (CEW) recently awarded 40 scholarships and one fellowship to exceptional female undergraduate and graduate students from the three U-M campuses. The CEW Scholarship Program for returning women students was established in 1970 to recognize and support the academic performance and potential of women who have experienced significant interruptions in their education. This year, recipients' interruptions ranged from four to 34 years and their ages ranged from 27 to 57. Applications for the 2005-06 scholarships will be available in October. For more information, visit http://www.umich.edu/~cew.

Michigan Sea Grant nets award

Michigan Sea Grant recently received a publication design award for “Life of the Lakes: A Guide to the Great Lakes Fishery” from the Association for Communication Excellence in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Life and Human Sciences.

It was rated high in overall appearance—particularly the cover design and the center foldout ecosystem diagram—and for balanced and factual content and editing.
The publication is being used throughout the Great Lakes region for a fisheries stewardship program and also is distributed to K-12 educators and others interested in Great Lakes fisheries.

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