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  1. September 8, 1992

    Art, music, lectures mark Hispanic Heritage Month at Flint

    Hispanic Heritage Month will be observed at the U-M-Flint Sept. 11–Oct. 2 with a series of programs featuring a former U.S. Justice Department official, scholars, artists and musicians. Grace Flores Hughes, one of the highest-ranking Hispanic Americans in the Reagan Administration, will speak on “The Power of Diversity in the Hispanic Culture” Oct. 2. Hughes…
  2. September 8, 1992

    Volunteer projects score high on priority list for women student athletes

    By Rebecca A. Doyle Immersed in academic study as well as athletics, Michigan’s women student athletes for years have still found time to volunteer in the community outside the University—hosting Special Olympics teams, collecting and packing food baskets and participating in bucket drives. But until this year, they volunteered as individuals or part of a…
  3. September 8, 1992

    New Student Affairs deans committed to serving students

    By Jane R. Elgass The appointment of three associate deans in the Office of Student Affairs will allow that unit to undertake a “thoughtful, deliberate shift” toward an organization that is committed to complementing, enhancing and promoting students’ lives outside the classroom. Dean of Students Royster Harper says the three new appointees—Richard Carter, Frank Cianciolo…
  4. September 8, 1992

    Madsen will give seminar on North American dinosaurs

    Paleontologist James Madsen, an expert on allosaurus and other dinosaurs that lived in western North America during the late Jurassic Period 145 million years ago, will give a seminar at 4 p.m. Thursday (Sept. 10) in Room 1300, Chemistry Building. In the mid-1960s, Madsen directed the assembly of the Exhibit Museum’s standing skeletal reconstruction of…
  5. September 8, 1992

    Bus Schedule

    Transportation Services introduces its new North Campus Nite Owl service Thursday (Sept. 10). The North Campus Nite Owl will stop at the College of Engineering (north entrance of the Dow Building), North Campus Commuter Lot, Aerospace Engineering Building, Computing Center, North Campus Commons, Art and Architecture Building, Moore Building, Bursley Hall and Baits Houses. Central…
  6. September 8, 1992

    Fuller Bridge closed to buses; North Campus bus routes change

    By Mary Jo Frank Due to structural problems of the Fuller Bridge on Fuller Road, all Transportation Services North Campus bus routes have been altered for an indefinite length of time. Currently only vehicles weighing less than five tons are allowed on the bridge. Transportation Services Manager Patrick Cunningham says that despite the detours necessary…
  7. September 8, 1992

    Outstate libraries receive grant from Competitive Edge Committee

    By Kate Kellogg News and Information Services The Alpena County Library and Cromaine (Hartland) Library have each received a $1,000 grant from the Competitive Edge Conference Committee, a product of the conference “The Competitive Edge: Information for the New Economy” held at the U-M last November. The Alpena Library will use the grant to develop…
  8. September 8, 1992

    Work at Nuclear Reactor laboratory pays off for high school student

    By Nicole McKinney Record Special Writer Spending two afternoons a week throughout the school year and every day during the summer at a nuclear reactor may not excite every high school junior. But it’s paying off for Tekeshia Bailey. Bailey, a work-study intern at the Phoenix Memorial Laboratory, won the national gold medal in chemistry…
  9. September 8, 1992

    ITD upgrades 764-HELP

    Reprinted from the ITDigest, August 3, 1992 Callers to ITD’s computer help line, 764-HELP, will soon notice a few changes. During August, 764-HELP consultants installeed and began using Answer Computer’s Apriori Help Desk Management software package in an effort to improve the services they provide. The Apriori system gives first-line consultants access to a database…
  10. September 8, 1992

    New program designed to help spouses find jobs

    Spouses or partners of recently appointed faculty and staff will get some help in finding work through a program being piloted by the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Colleen Dolan-Greene, assistant vice president for academic affairs-personnel, notes that her office regularly helps the spouses or partners of faculty, and occasionally…