JANUARY 12, 1996 (Vol. 16, No. 9)
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TOLEDO TAKES CHARGE OF UCLA's FOOTBALL DESTINY - New head football coach meets the press and talks about plans for the new year.
HOPES FOR DIVERITY DIM, TASK FORCE SAYS - Admissions report looks grim without race criteria.
THAT WAS THE WINNING YEAR THAT WAS - Winning memories in the past year.
AROUND CAMPUS - Joe Bruin of the 21st century, Public Policy building, construction at Wyton and new Exspresso Roma Cafe, Jonathan Braun named chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
FRESHMEN DIVIDED ON AFFIRMATIVE ACTION - Freshmen divided on issues of race-based admissions in American Council on Education survey.
NEWS IN BRIEF - visiting professor Dukakis, Steve Juarez named executive director of State and Community Relations, Film and Television Archives showing Australian films, Council on Diversity lecture series.
RESEARCH LAUNCHES A LIFELONG ADVENTURE - Vice Chancellor Mitchell-Kernan juggles research with her other duties.
PROF LAUDED AS CO-ARCHITECT OF URBAN-PLANNING PROGRAM - Professor lauded as co-architect of urban-planning program assesses 27-year career.
WHO'S NEW – Michael E. Stone - director of marketing and communication strategies, University Relations
NAMES AND FACES - Stanley B. Dong and Robert I. Lehrer, Guy Juliard, Arthur W. Toga, Judith C. Gasson, Bryan King and Uma Rao, Jonathan Fielding
IN MEMORIAM - J.A.C. (Cliff) Grant
WOMEN ENGINEERS EXCEL IN THEIR FIELDS - Ann Karagozian, Abeer Alwan and Adrienne Lavine break new ground on fuel injectors for supersonic jet engines with their engineering research.
ERA OF 'SMART' HIGHWAY JUST DOWN ROAD - Radar, sonar and magnets will guide computer-controlled test cars down I-15 in San Diego County.
BUILDING THE FUTURE - endowed chair, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences; H.A. Wheeler Applications Prize Paper Award goes to Professor Yahya Rahmat-Samii; no more Nuclear research; Eli Yablonovitch received the Optical Society prize
HELPING MINORITIES TO PURSUE DREAMS - Manuel Ceja, Kirk Williams, and Lisa Barker helped by Minority Engineering Program.
RESEARCHERS DEVISING WAYS TO RECLAIM WATER FROM FIELDS - Researchers devise ways to stretch our scarcest resource with membranes that filter agricultural water so it can be reused.
COACH LEADS WOMEN GOLFERS TO No. 1 SPOT - Coach Jackie Steinmann recruits the best golfers for UCLA's team and serves as a mentor for other coaches.
FALL'S LETTERS-OF-INTENT SIGNING PERIOD REAPS TOP CROP OF HIGH-SCHOOL ATHLETES - November signing period fruitful for UCLA Athletic Department.
SPORTS WATCH - Pac-10 swimming championships; faculty and staff day at women's basketball game; Marina Aquatic Center; Gilda Marx Invitational gymnastics meet; alumni baseball game; Sports Infoline.
HIGHER FEES KEEP EDUCATION ACCESSIBLE - Opinion - Chancellor Charles E. Young.
DRIVING AROUND CAMPUS CAN DRIVE ONE TO DISTRACTION - Opinion - James R. Tranquada is the public information representative for the School of Public Policy and Social Research.
FORGING NEW PARTNERSHIPS - Forging a new partnership, Alan Casrud and Bernard Fung launch a new biotech company with university help for entrepreneurial inventors.
HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS BY REALLY TRYING - Irvine-based biotechnology company started by Casrud protege, Bernard Fung.