AUGUST 19, 1994
(Volume 15, No. 2)
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.
MITCHELL-KERNAN NOMINEE FOR NATIONAL SCIENCE BOARD - President Clinton nominates Vice Chancellor Claudia Mitchell-Kernan to policy-making body of National Science Foundation.
NEW BRUINS BRIDGE GENERATIONS - Sophia Wyatt, 87, Pamela and Kissandra Cohen, mother and 15-year-old daughter, are among the new students expected to be entering in fall.
CAMPUS, L.A. POLICE TO OPEN SERVICE CENTER IN WESTWOOD - UCLA and Los Angeles police will open a center in fall in Westwood as a base for patrolling officers. Also to disseminate neighborhood watch and crime bulletin information.
CAMPUS CONVERTS TO CENTRAL ID SYSTEM FOR GREATER EFFICIENCY - The campus is launching a new UCLA identification system that integrates different systems being used all over campus.
COLLEAGUES EULOGIZE DANIEL CALDER - Obit: Daniel Calder
LEIGH BURSTEIN DEAD AT 46 - Obit: Leigh Burstein
KOREA FOUNDATION AWARDS $700,000 TO STUDIES CENTER - Korea Foundation awards grant to Center for Korean Studies.
ANDERSON SCHOOL WELCOMES NEWS OF OUCHI APPOINTMENT - Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan picks Anderson Graduate School of Management professor for his chief of staff.
TASK FORCE RECOMMENDS UC 'REINVENT' ADMINISTRATION - UC task force chaired by Chancellor Charles E. Young, the Improved Management Initiatives Task Force recommends UC streamline administrative services and take other steps that have already been initiated at UCLA.
O.J. SIMPSON MEDIA FRENZY SPOTLIGHTS LAW PROFESSORS - John Shepard Wiley Jr., Peter Arenella Kimberle Crenshaw and other law professors are sought out by the media for commentary on the case.
STUDY SHOWS L.A. COUNTY HAS MOST UNINSURED IN U.S. - Michael Cousineau, Center for Health Policy Research, does health insurance study showing that Los Angeles has more uninsured residents than any other urban area.
WORLD SCIENTISTS GATHER TO UNRAVEL RIDDLE OF NITRIC OXIDE - MEDICINE - Jean Merrill, neurology, heads research team studying role of nitric oxide in brain diseases. Scientists gather for conference.
FOWLER'S SIPAN EXHIBITION WOWS CROWDS IN N.Y. - Fowler Museum's "Royal Tombs of Sipan" is drawing crowds to New York's American Museum of Natural History.
NURSING OUTREACH CHANGING LIVES OF 'HIGH-RISK' YOUTH - School of Nursing hosts summer program to interest high-risk youths in health care careers.