NOVEMBER 4, 1993
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DIABETES MELLITUS CAUSE, POSSIBLE THERAPY FOUND - Cause, possible therapy found.
NEW DATA SHOW DIVERSITY TREND CONTINUES – UCLA continues to have one of the most diverse student populations of any American university.
LEGISLATORS HEAR UCLA RESPONSE TO BUDGET CUTS - Legislators hold hearing on budget cuts. Marguerite Archie Hudson is chair.
PROCEDURES ON HARASSMENT BEING REVIEWED – Members of the UCLA community are reviewing proposals to streamline and clarify sexual harassment procedures.
CENTER ON AGING RECEIVES $300,000 RESEARCH AWARD – The award will support research on such aging-related issues as memory disorders, retirement behavior, menopause and common diseases of aging.
MARCHING BAND GETS TOP AWARD - Marching band wins 93 Sudler Trophy for most outstanding collegiate marching band in country.
CATERING WINS GRAND PRIZE AWARD - Wins grand prize at food service conference.
STUDENTS BECOME AMBASSADORS - Students in new liaison program of Alumni Association.
NASA GRANT AWARDED TO PSYCH PROF - Psych Prof. Rochel Gelman gets grant to study the way children learn science concepts.
FRESHMAN SEMINARS ENCOURAGE SPIRITED DEBATE - Feature on Freshman Seminars.
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY ELEVATED TO DEPARTMENT; CHAIR NAMED Division elevated to Department status. Joseph Lane is new Chair.
SHAPIRO STAGES REDESIGN OF ACTING PROGRAM - Mel Shapiro introduces repertory at UCLA's Little Theater.
PROFESSOR'S STUDY OF MEXICAN AMERICANS EARS BOOK PRIZE - Peter Skerry's book on Mexican Americans wins 93 Los Angeles Times Book Prize.
SECURITY CHIEF PROTECTS PERU EXHIBIT FROM POLITICS - Security chief Willy Cock was critical to bringing Royal Tombs of Sipan exhibit from Peru.
KANTOR TO SPEAK AT NAFTA MEETING - Mickey Kantor, US trade representative, will be keynote speaker at Nov. 5 symposium on NAFTA.