NOVEMBER 10, 1995 (Vol. 16, No. 6)
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UCLA SIGNS $2M PACT WITH HITACHI - UCLA will receive more than $2 million to research the potential for high-end video technology.
PROF WILL DEVELOP PAYLOAD FOR 1999 MISSION TO MARS - Associate Professor David A. Paige will develop the payload for the first mission to Mars in an effort to learn more about the climate.
L.A.'S 100 GREATEST MOMENTS IN SPORTS - The Los Angeles Sports Council compiled "Unforgettable! The 100 Greatest Moments in Los Angeles Sport History" with 19 of the honors attached to UCLA.
AROUND CAMPUS - Graduate School of Education and Information Studies receives National Science Foundation Grant; School of Theater, Film and Television enters partnership with Avid Technology; College of Letters and Science honors Monte E. Livingston; UCLA On-line Bulletin of Law and Technology
U.S. ENERGY OFFICIAL WARNS OF RESEARCH CUTS - Martha Krebs, director, Office of Energy Research, warns UCLA of research cuts.
NEWS IN BRIEF - Center for the Study of Religion; transmitting grants through Internet; Conference and Events Management Campus Calendar OnLine; Asian American Studies Center releases political roster
VICE CHANCELLOR LEADS UCLA TO DEVELOP NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR 21ST CENTURY - Vice Chancellor C. Kumar Patel was honored with American Society of Mechanical Engineers William T. Ennor Manufacturing Technology Award for the economic and social benefits of the laser he invented.
PROFESSOR TAKES REINS OF NEW INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL - Professor Emeritus Alfred H. Katz, a founder of the School of Public Health, has been named editor of the new quarterly journal, "The International Journal of Self-Help and Self-Care."
WHO'S NEW – Ronald W. Johnson, Director, Financial Aid Office.
NAMES AND FACES - Kathleen Dracup; Ira Monosson; Martha M. Yee; Richard Stiehm; Abeer Alwan; Gary Small; Harold Monbouquette; Vivian Sobchack
IN MEMORIAM - Sidney C. Rittenberg, past chairman of the Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics.
GLASS' 'BELLE ET LA BETE' OFFERS UNIQUE JUXTAPOSITION OF OPERA, CINEMA - Phillip Glass' opera version of Beauty and the Beast is performed live at the Veterans Wadsworth Theater while the film is screened.
PUSHING THE ART OF MOVEMENT TO THE EDGE - Jacques Heim, theater instructor, uses hyper-physical, risk-oriented dance, taking his themes -- and students -- to the physical limits.
CULTURE WATCH - African ceramics at Fowler Museum; Center for the Performing Arts recital; reforming Social Space: A Call for Public Works
UCLA ALUMNA IS A FETCHING BEAUTY - Susan Egan on stage at Century City's Shubert Theater as Belle in "Beauty and the Beast."
GRAHAM SCULPTURES DEBUT IN NEW ROLFE HALL GARDEN - Internationally-know, Venice-based sculptor, Robert Graham installs 11 new sculptures.
INNOVATIONS FLOURISH IN UCLA CLASSROOMS - Faculty are using new technologies to enhance classroom education: Music Professor Robert Winters CD-ROMS, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry WWW virtual office hours, Latin American Studies videodiscs, interactive multimedia physics.
UES: WHERE TEACHERS LEARN TO TEACH - Schoolteachers from throughout Southern California come to UES to freshen their classroom skills and learn new teaching techniques.
NEW IDEAS IN EDUCATION - Project ISSUES teaches environment and science to LA students; focusing on urban children; bilingual education; Faculty Media Center; Eric S. Sundquist receives faculty award from Letters & Science
SLAYING OF RABIN IS PROOF WORDS CAN KILL - Opinion - Arnold J. Band is the director of the Center for Jewish Studies.
PARENTS: DON'T NEGLECT NEED TO DEVELOP CHILD'S SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY - Opinion - Patricia Greenfield is a professor of psychology.
MAKING SENSE OF HISTORY DEBATE - Opinion - Joyce Appleby is a professor of history.
UCLA DOLLARS BOOST ECONOMY - Sam and Dan Perdomo are responsible for hauling UCLA's trash which gives his company a consistent cash flow, even in recessionary times.
THE UCLA CONNECTION - UCLA contributes via talented people with advanced technologies or own businesses.