DECEMBER 9, 1993
(Vol. 14, No. 8)
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.
CHAVEZ CENTER BEGINS SEARCH FOR FACULTY - Nationwide recruitment for faculty begins.
YEAR OF ACHIEVEMENTS - Chancellor Charles E. Young looks back at 1993.
$1.9 BILLION BUDGET PROPOSAL APPROVED BY UC REGENTS - UC Regents approve a $1.9 billion budget with an 8% or $142 million increase.
REVITALIZATION OF VILLAGE PROGRESSES – Westwood Village has taken the first steps to bolster its economic viability and image.
FOUR UCLA SCHOLARS WIN FULBRIGHT AWARDS – Angela M. Aleiss, Andrzej Korbonski, Donald Paglia and George Rousseau.
FACULTY ELECTED SCIENCE FELLOWS - Three faculty members have been elected Fellows: John M. Cornwall, Michael S. Fanselow and Bruce N. Runnegar.
MERIT INCREASES TO TAKE EFFECT - Staff merit increases will take effect Jan. 1, 1994.
DELEGATES SOUGHT - The UCLA Alumni Association is looking for people to attend a legislative conference.
NEUROSURGERY CHIEF NAMED TO CHAIR - W. Eugene Stern Chair in Neurosurgery goes to Donald Becker.
UCLA TAKES STEPS TO MEET STUDENT FEE CRITERIA UCLA is complying with the court ruling on the prohibition on use of mandatory UC student fees.
CAMPUS FORUM EXPLORES IMPACT OF HEALTH PLAN ON CHILDREN - Sara Rosenbaum, White House health adviser, addresses children's advocates on health care reform.
REGENTS APPROVE PROJECT TO REBUILD FAMILY HOUSING - Redevelopment plan for the Sawtelle family student housing complex was approved by the UC Board of Regents.
UC BOARD VOTES TO INCREASE SALARIES TO RETAIN TOP HOSPITAL EXECUTIVES - The UC Regents approved salary increases for 13 top UC hospital administrators.
LIBRARY HOURS SET - Reduction, closing during intercession.
GIFT TO UES IS CULTURAL LESSON - A totem pole, donated to UES.
MEDICAL STUDENTS LEARN WAYS TO HELP SMOKERS QUIT – Second-year medical students from the School of Medicine recently learned just how difficult it is for smokers to quit.
BYRON ATKINSON DIES AT AGE 76 - Longtime UCLA administrator dies of heart failure.
PHYSICIST IS AGLOW WITH KNOWLEDGE OF AURORA - Physicist Charles Kennel delivers the 75th annual Faculty Research Lecture on the aurora borealis.
GENE COULD LEAD TO TREATMENT OF NEUROLOGIC DISORDERS - Neurologist Dale Bredesen and his team find out how gene linked to cancer can prevent the death of brain cells.
INVENTORS AWARDED U.S. PATENTS - Listing of latest group of researchers with new U.S. patents.