JUNE 16, 1994 (Vol. 14, No. 20)
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SYMPOSIUM FOCUSES ON STATE ECONOMY - To mark UCLA's 75th anniversary, faculty, students, government and industry leaders gather to share insights on solutions to boost state's lagging economy.
ACADEMIC SENATE OKs NURSING SCHOOL MEASURES - Legislative Assembly members call on School of Nursing to respond creatively to fiscal crisis, reconfigure programs where necessary and maintain the undergraduate program if it can afford it.
CHARGES REFUTED ON CHICANO STUDIES - Students, one professor, three community members hold four-day hunger strike calling for appointment of four faculty candidates of their choice to the Cesar Chavez Center.
SOCIOLOGY PROFESSOR RECEIVES UNRESTRICTED 'GENIUS GRANT' - Roger Brubaker, Department of Sociology receives a so-called "genius grant," MacArthur Fellowship.
UCLA CONFERS MEDALS AT THREE COMMENCEMENTS - Actress Jane Alexander, film director Francis Ford Coppola, Congressman George E. Brown Jr. are given UCLA medals.
13 FACULTY, STUDENTS AWARDED LUCKMAN PRIZE - 1994 recipients of Luckman Distinguished Teaching Awards; Luckman Distinguished Lecturers.
UCLA ESTABLISHES NEW CENTER FOR JEWISH STUDIES - New center for Jewish studies created under director Arnold Band.
FUNDING MARKS SUCCESS OF INTERNATIONAL CENTERS - International Studies and Overseas Programs and Anderson Graduate School of Management Center for International Business Education and Research have received nearly $4.7 million in federal Title VI grants.
UCLA BENEFACTOR MANCINI DIES OF CANCER AT AGE 70 - Obit: Henry Mancini
RECCARD SPORTS NEW FEATURES - UCLA Recreation is offering payroll deduction, other new features.
UNIQUE CLASS PUTS STUDENTS EYE TO EYE WITH TOP SCHOLARS - Patrick Geary, director of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, teaches history class that culminated with workshop with historians from Paris, Hamburg, other American universities.
UCLA AGAIN AT PEAK OF COLLEGIATE ATHLETICS WORLD - UCLA placed among the nation's top four schools in the first annual Sears Directors Cup program for 1993-'94. Listing of athletic championship triumphs since 1983-'84.
NEW POLICE CHIEF WELCOMED IN COLORFUL CEREMONY – Clarence R. Chapman is sworn in as police chief by John Curry, administrative vice chancellor.
STUDENTS RECEIVE COMMUNITY SERVICE, ACADEMIC AWARDS - Melissa Vogel, Anna Ouroumian and Leslie Ann Horton honored for their community service, scholarship.