MAY 10, 1996 (Volume 16, No.17)
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CHS PROVOST CLARIFIES COMPLEX ISSUES RAISED IN TELEVISION REPORT ON MUNCHAUSEN SYNDROME - Medical Sciences provost Gerald S. Levey, clarifies complex issues raised in television report.
UCLA, INTEL FORGE NEW PARTNERSHIP - New, long-term relationship redefines future with private industry.
SIX FACULTY ELECTED TO THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES - Six faculty elected: Kenneth L. Karst, Franklin D. Israel, Carole Pateman, Anthony Vidlar, Owen Witte, Richard Popkin
AROUND CAMPUS BRIEFS - Jonsson Cancer Center and Revlon Women's Cancer Research Program develop antibody; men's volleyball win title; Graduate School of Education and Information Studies given grant; School of Law library renovation grant
REPORT CONFIRMS INTEGRITY OF UCLA ADMISSIONS - A report compiled from data supplied by UCLA' schools and dvisions shows that in no case has there been a "quid pro quo" in which a students was admitted in exchange for a donor's contribution.
IS THERE LIFE TO PEROT'S PARTY? - Policy Forum sponsors roundtable discussion between Ross Perot's Reform Party and Republicans, Democrats.
NEWS IN BRIEF - Medical Center performs most heart transplants in country; Richard B. Kaner named Guggenheim Fellow; Donna E. Shalala helps launch Center for Healthier Children, Families and Communities; Susan Love leaving; Brooks Firestone introduces AB 2629 bill.
SCIENTIST'S POST-REVOLUTION PATH TO ENLIGHTENMENT - Wenyuan Shi honors his mentors for inspiring his career in teaching with the SOS China Education Fund to raise money for school children in China.
NATIVE AMERICAN PASSES ON LESSONS OF MULTICULTURAL PAST - Native American English professor Gregory Sarris passes on lessons from multicultural past to students. One of his books, "Grand Avenue," has been filmed for HBO.
WHO'S NEW -- JUDY STANTON - Chief administrative officer, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
NAMES AND FACES - Margaret Galland Kivelson, Rosa Castillo, Leonard Kleinrock, Bruce Dunn
IN MEMORIAM - Edward W. Carter, James Phillip Thornber
CENTER LEADS DIGITAL REVOLUTION IN ARTS - Established in the School of the Arts and Architecture, through a partnership with Intel Corp., the Center for Digital Arts is revolutionizing the arts through new media. Codirected by Rebecca Allen and Robert Winter.
INTEL FUNDS MULTIMEDIA PROJECTS - Steve Mamber and Steven Ricci of the School of Theater, Film and Television work on making rare film, newsreel and documentary resources accessible in multimedia format for use as teaching and research tools.
WIRELESS NETWORK IN DEVELOPMENT - With support from Intel, the Department of Computer Science is working to develop the next generation of wireless communications networking.
ANDERSON RESEARCHERS TO SIZE UP FUTURE MARKETS FOR NEW PRODUCTS FROM EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES - Anderson Graduate School of Management and Intel size up future markets for new products from emerging technologies. Martin Greenberger is director of Anderson's Center for Digital Media.
CARPATHIAN COUNT'S TOMES TAKE TOP HONORS - Erica Hall and Mathew Chin co-winners of the undergraduate first prize. Mara Grossman wins graduate first prize.
PAULEY FELLOWS THANK GENEROUS BENEFACTOR - The Pauley Scholars Program give graduate study support to students of exceptional academic achievement. Benefactor Barbara Pauley Pagen honored at a reception.
'ROUND AND ABOUT BRIEFS - Marshall McMurran funds "The Nest" in the Mathias Botanical Garden; Levi Della Vida prize awarded to Oleg Grabar for Islamic studies; Hard Rock Cafe Charity Golf Tournament raises money for Pediatric Kidney Research; 18th annual Emeriti Arts and Crafts Show.
NEW SCIENCE-EDUCATION STANDARDS HAILED - Opinion - Roberto Peccei is dean of physical sciences and Fred Eiserling is dean of life sciences in the College of Letters and Science.
GOOD MARRIAGE TAKES MORE THAN JUST TALK - Opinion - Benjamin Karney is a Ph.D. candidate in social psychology.
PAST IMAGES OF HOPE TURN TRAGIC - Opinion - David Greenwald is editor of UCLA Today.
POWELL'S CROWNING GLORY RESTORED - Powell Library's grand-reading room ceiling has been restored and reconstructed to the dazzling splendor of its heyday following the 1994 Northridge quake.