The University Record

October 10, 1994
Volume 50, Number 6

Implementation of Women’s Agenda requires culture change for University
Plans point to new career track for primary research staff
Sokol Award goes to Gehring
Grotrian to retire at end of January
Red Cross emphasizes ‘people kinds of things’
LS&A to try new approach to handling cheating
Staff members, retirees see important benefits changes
An open letter to the University community from the provost
CEW celebrates 30 years of advocacy for women
Goldenberg shares unsolicited positive comments with faculty
Paul Wender will present 34th Bachmann Memorial Lecture
‘Sharing What We Are Learning’ is Expo theme
Hooks to keynote Martin Luther King Symposium
Flint’s M-Link receives $54,000 renewal grant
Greenwood: We must raise levels of scientific, technical literacy
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity votes to return charter to national
Financial columnist, author Savage will present Mullin-Welch Lecture
Pilot of modified judicial procedures went well
Job Postings