SEPTEMBER 9, 1993
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UCLA EXONERATED ON CIVIL RIGHTS CHARGE - UCLA exonerated on civil rights charge involving department of mathematics.
NEW MEDICAL GROUP SET - David Gibson heads new UCLA Medical Group, a multi-specialty group practice.
BOLSTERING UNDERGRAD ED REMAINS A PRIMARY MISSION – UCLA continues to focus its resources and attention to strengthening educational opportunities despite economic conditions.
CAL GRANT AWARDS GO UP; ALL SYSTEMWIDE FEES COVERED – State legislators decided to increase support for the state's primary grant program by $51.2 million.
GRANTS AVAILABLE TO STUDY CALIFORNIA POLICY ISSUES - California Policy Seminar seeking grant proposals.
NEW ALUMNI BOARD INSTALLED - New Alumni Association board installed.
NEW MOLECULAR SCIENCES BUILDING OPENS FOR RESEARCH – The new building, on Circle Drive East, brings together diverse researcher , from quantum materials experts to microbiologists.
SURGE OF EXCITEMENT SURROUNDS WORK ON ELECTRIC-VEHICLE BATTERY - feature on electric-vehicle batteries.
ATHLETICS SUSPENDS DECISION TO ELIMINATE WOMEN'S GYMNASTICS – The status of the women's gymnastics team will not change while the university considers new proposals.
NEUROPSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL TAKES TOP RANKING - Hospital named best in West by US News and World Report.
YOUNG PATIENTS HELP RAISE FUNDS WITH THEIR ARTWORK – Through Child Life Program, young patients create drawings for Christmas cards.
UES PREPARES TO MOVE CLASSROOMS INTO NEW HOME - Prepares to move classes into new buildings.
FORUM TO BE HELD OCT. 15-17 ON PROP. 174 VOUCHER INITIATIVE – Prop 174 is the school voucher initiative.
LAW PROF MAKES CASE FOR REFORM OF SOCIAL WELFARE BUREAUCRACIES - Profile of law professor Joel Handler.
LIFE'S JOURNEY TAKES HONORS GRAD FROM VIETNAM TO OXFORD - Profile of Maria Sanchez, who has won scholarship to Oxford; came from Vietnam, had rough childhood.