FEBRUARY 10, 1994
(Vol. 14, No. 11)
This index page is for reference only; stories in this issue are not available online. Print editions may be found in the periodicals stacks of the Charles Young Research Library.
ACADEMIC LEADERS REORGANIZE - Chancellor Young restructures academic responsibilities among three vice chancellors: Claudia Mitchell-Kernan, Norman Abrams and Kumar Patel.
PROGRESS MADE ON RESTRUCTURING PROPOSAL - Prepared text of Chancellor Young's speech to Academic Senate summarizing new developments to his Professional Schools Restructuring initiative.
UNDERGRAD APPLICATIONS RISE FOR FALL '94 - The number of undergraduate applications to UCLA has gone up after a two-year decline.
NO SMOKING POLICY TAKES EFFECT - UCLA institutes a no-smoking policy in all buildings leased or owned by it, except for covered parking lots and residential space.
CAMPUS TO MARK 75TH ANNIVERSARY WITH FESTIVITIES - UCLA will mark its 75th year with many commemorative events.
AID TO ECUADOREAN POOR WINS HONOR FOR STUDENT - Student Jennifer Barnum is chosen as member of the All-USA College Academic First Team.
MARIJA GIMBUTAS DIES AT 73 - Obit: Internationally renown archaeologist dies.
EDUCATOR MADELINE C. HUNTER DEAD AT 78 - Obit: Madeline Hunter dies.
CAMPUS PULLS TOGETHER IN AFTERMATH OF QUAKE - Kerckhoff Hall's spires are being removed for restoration; other consequences of the quake affect the campus.
WORKERS BEGIN SHORING UP ROYCE HALL TOWERS - Work begins on shoring up Royce Towers, damaged by quake.
PROGRAM OFFERS COMMUTING STRATEGIES - University Extension offers certification in transportation demand management.
RESEARCHERS FIND UNCOMMON GENE FORM IN ADDICTS - Ernest P. Noble, professor of alcohol studies, finds an uncommon gene form in cocaine addicts.
STUDENT DESIGNS WINNING LOGO - Student designer Scott Hutchinson wins competition to design 75th anniversary logo.
WAGES REDUCED FOR AFSCME EMPLOYEES - AFSCME employees in the Clerical and Service Unit will sustain a 4.16% wage reduction.
SURVEY: MORE FRESHMEN AIM FOR ADVANCED DEGREES - UCLA's Higher Education Research Institute's survey director Alexander Astin surveyed freshmen nationally and found more hope to get advanced degrees.
CHICANAS, CHICANOS LAG BEHIND IN DOCTORATES - Chicanas, Chicanos are falling behind the general population in the number receiving doctoral degrees.
CHINESE POETRY SCHOLAR LEADS HUMANITIES DIVISION - Chinese-poetry scholar Pauline Yu is chosen as the new dean of the humanities.
PLACIDO DOMINGO JOINS FACULTY - Opera tenor Placido Domingo joins the Department of Music as adjunct professor.
MANY DISCUSSIONS SET TO MARK AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH - Calendar of events marking African-American History Month.