OCTOBER 13, 1995 (Volume 16, No. 4)
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.
FACULTY HIRING HITS 4-YEAR HIGH - 183 new faculty hired.
5 UCLA STAFF/FACULTY ATTEND BEIJING CONFERENCE - 5 UCLA staff/faculty attend UN World Conference on Women.
DRAWING CHEER FROM FEAR - Children with cancer create holiday greeting cards for sale.
AROUND CAMPUS - College of Letters & Science Hewlett Forum; Cyberspace law and policy; Extension receives honors; Film and Television student work on Internet
ASUCLA LOOKS TO 5-YEAR PLAN FOR RECOVERY - 5-year plan to relieve financial woes.
NEWS IN BRIEF - School of Public Health receives grant; Extension Retirement Expo; Medical Sciences advisory board; Asian American Studies Center honors
ZEN AND THE ART OF PROGRAM BUILDING - Newly appointed assistant vice chancellor for research and planning.
STREETWISE PROFESSOR GETS THE SOUL OF RAP - Ethnomusicology professor acknowledges rap as a legitimate art form.
WHO'S NEW – Judith Gasson, Director of Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center.
NAMES AND FACES -C. Kumar Patel, Jeffrey Cole, Daniel M. Neuman, Robert Blocker, Jared Diamond, M. Frederick Hawthorne, Rev. David C. Myler Jr., Francisco Bezanilla, Johnny Jackson, Christopher Donnan, Victoria A. Fromkin, Barbara Herman, David Hirsch, Barbara Valk, Arthur W. Toga
IN MEMORIUM - Aube Tzerko died September 29.
GETTING IN THE SWIM WITH THE BRUIN MASTERS - Swimming with UCLA RecCard in choreographer workout program.
'ROUND AND ABOUT - Engineering & Science Career Day; Richard Atkinson OnLine; Student Health Services grant for non-alcoholic fun; Sigalert at Wyton/Circle Drive East, Stone Canyon/Sunset and Westwood Plaza/Sunset; Fowler Museum of Cultural History fees
BOARD OF VISITORS TAKES ON ADVOCACY ROLE - Restructuring to influence state and federal funding.
STUDENTS IN RESIDENCE HALLS WIRED FOR 21ST CENTURY - Residence halls wired for Internet, Campus Backbone, e-mail, etc. by Business Enterprises and Telecommunications.
A REAL-LIFE LESSON IN THE JUNGLE OF SPORTS LAW - Steve Derian give law students insight into sports negotiations, contracts and player-owner disputes.
ALUM'S BOOK BUILDS ON WOODEN'S PURAMID - Beyond Success: The 15 Secrets of a Winning Life by Brian D. Biro builds on John Wooden's philosophy.
SPORTING LIFE - Midnight Madness; UCLA Sports Magazine; MetLife Soccer Classic; Homecoming; Honda Awards for Women's sports; Women's Olympic Softball
FACING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE - Opinion - Mitzi Krockover, medical director, Iris Cantor-UCLA Women's Health Center and co-director, UCLA Domestic Violence Quality Assurance Committee.
FINDING THE GOOD IN PUBLIC EDUCATION - Opinion - Mike Rose, professor, UCLA Writing Programs and Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, adapted from his book Possible lives: The Promise of Public Education in America.
COPING WITH O.J. WAS A FULL-TIME JOB - Opinion - Karen Nikos, public information representative, School of Law.
PRESIDENT LOOKS TO UC'S FUTURE - Looking to the future of the UC system.
UC TODAY IN PROFILE - UC stats.