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News Briefs
Centennial Professor named

Internationally recognized architect and educator Mary-Ann Ray has been named Centennial Professor at U-M. Appointed as a professor of practice in architecture at Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning, she will begin teaching in the fall. Ray has served as chair of environmental arts at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles and has held visiting professorships at U-M, Rice University and Yale University.

Krislov Reception planned

Marvin Krislov, who led the University's admissions lawsuits and recently was selected as the 14th president of Oberlin College, will be honored July 30 for his years of service as vice president and general counsel. A reception for Krislov will be held 3-5 p.m. in the Kuenzel Room, Michigan Union, with remarks at 4 p.m. Those wishing to contribute to a gift can contact Lynette Kosky at 764-0304 or Those planning to attend can RSVP to Catherine Rector at 764-0305 or

My LINC expands to include HRD courses

A new partnership between Human Resource Development (HRD) and Michigan Administrative Information Services (MAIS) has been formed for online course registration. The MAIS LINC Web site has been renamed My LINC (My Learning and Information Center) and expanded to include online registration for HRD courses. MAIS LINC is now a category on the My LINC site. It will provide training, documentation, and communications for M-Pathways, eMploy, and the Data Warehouse. Further, each employee will have access to their training histories for both MAIS and HRD courses in one location. HRD courses including new and improved offerings can be viewed at both the HRD Web site and My LINC. Each course listing offers a summary, learning objectives and skills to be taught. A new HRD print catalog will be available in early August. To access My LINC, go to Wolverine Access at, click the University Business link, then click the My LINC link. If a course is filled, a courses by demand option lets users access a waitlist.

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