The University Record


January 25, 1993
Volume 48, Number 17


Much remains to be done in achieving Mandate
NSF awards $3.9 million to develop ‘collaboratory’
Duderstadt : Public believes scientific misconduct rampant
‘Walk on the Wild Side’at Flower Show this year
Vicinus to receive Sarah Goddard Power Award Thursday
1993 designated holidays announced
Boylan will discuss ‘Artists in the Academy’
OBITUARIES
Collaboratory a way to address rapid intellectual changes
Conference will examine Utopian quest for physical perfection
Pryor Foundation gift funds activities of Journalism Fellows Program
Northwest offers discount fares for recruiting faculty, students
ITD announces IFS availability
Museum of Art schedules trip to Italy in May
Four faculty members granted emeritus status by Regents
Barbarin: 25 years later King’s dream unfulfilled
Racial division still central element in key civil rights cities
Chisholm: all must take advantage of diversity
Program on Intergroup Relations and Conflict helps students face and discuss racial and ethnic biases in safe environment
Blacks need to deal with ‘race pain’
Punishment of racial insensitivity a thorny issue
‘No deposit, no return’ philosophy helped Parker reach career goal
Malveaux: King really an economist
School of Art explores culture of its community
Women must work to improve access to health care
Libraries fuel children’s dreams; vital to their survival
RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS
REGENTS’ ROUNDUP
Eldercare and parenting brown-baggers scheduled
IN BRIEF
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