The University Record

October 30, 1995
Volume 51, Number 9

Frontpage Photo
Wallenberg's heroic actions were no surprise, Anger says
Shapiro: Research universities `society's best hope for change'
U celebrates Peace Corps Nov. 6-9
Elders will speak at MLK Symposium in January
Senate Assembly proposes new grievance policy
United Way funds, volunteers help provide legal services
Alcohol Awareness Week slated for Nov. 6-9
1995-96 WAGE AND SALARY SCHEDULES
Humanities Institute offers fellowships to study images and the imaginary
QUESTIONS, ANSWERS ON VCM . . .
Writer's Harvest begins Thursday
Emotion in public figures topic of two-day conference
REGENTS' ROUNDUP . . .
Ullian will speak to Medical School women faculty
ITD dial-in service experiences growing pains, increased demand
Teleconference on scientific research issues can be seen on UMTV
Point-counterpoint discussions on tenure continue at Senate Assembly meeting
Gaucher: Successful organizations must avoid 'death spiral'
Norman advises Expo visitors to thrive on change
Campus, area groups unite to sponsor Gibran celebration
Get your dialing fingers ready for Michigan Radio's on-air fund drive
CP&P presents career days, job fairs for students
I am a Man opens next week at Trueblood Theatre
Risk Management urges staff to look at insurance on papers
KUDOS . . . .
LETTERS . . . .
New Program helps push U-M technology into marketplace
Deadline for Michigan Humanities, Arts awards nears
Sponges and turtles and bats ... and computers, too