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  1. April 26, 1993

    King’s Singers will perform Psalm of Life

    Composer Christopher Stookey’s Psalm of Life has been named as the winning entry in the King’s Singers 25th Anniversary Composers Search. The Psalm of Life will receive its world premiere at the King’s Singers North American Silver Jubilee celebration at 4 p.m. May 2 in Hill Auditorium. Tickets, $16–$28, are available at the University Musical…
  2. April 26, 1993

    U extends xxxxxxx deadline xxxxxxx

    By Bernie DeGroat News and Information Services This article no longer exists
  3. April 26, 1993

    Assembly members postpone vote on discriminatory harassment policy

    By Mary Jo Frank A loquacious Senate Assembly tabled discussion of a proposed Faculty Discriminatory Harassment Policy last Monday until its May meeting to allow members more opportunity for debate. Elizabeth S. Anderson, assistant professor of philosophy and chair of the task force drafting the policy, said the proposed policy emphasizes informal dispute resolution and…
  4. April 26, 1993

    Students’ video suggests ways to alleviate skepticism of M-Quality

    While the University has been focusing its attention on M-Quality activities for staff and faculty, a group of students has been in the background, quietly studying the concepts and implementation process. And they have come up with some suggestions to encourage participation. Four students in Thomas Finholt’s Advanced Organizational Behavior class (Psychology 561) have studied…
  5. April 26, 1993


    Lyle E. Craine Lyle E. Craine, professor emeritus of natural resources, died April 17 of pneumonia at Glacier Hills Nursing Center. He was 84. An advocate of natural resources management and conservation, Craine taught in the Department of Conservation from 1954 to 1973. He served as department chair in 1961–67. Craine’s specialty was public policy…
  6. April 26, 1993

    Task force seeks to link academics with campus life

    The new 17-member Task Force on the First-Year Experience will consider the nature and outcomes of a student’s first-year experience at the U-M and look for ways to improve the intellectual life of undergraduates. In announcing the formation of the task force, President James J. Duderstadt and Provost Gilbert R. Whitaker Jr. said the group’s…
  7. April 19, 1993

    U-M Press strives to publish high-quality academic selections

    Editor’s Note: The Record each month carries a listing of books published by the U-M Press. We hope our readers enjoy this look into what’s behind the book titles. This month’s listing appears on page 8. By Rebecca A. Doyle What has stacks and stacks of books but is not a library? Where at the…
  8. April 19, 1993

    Humanities Institute marks 5 years with conference on collaboration

    By Bernie DeGroat News and Information Services The Institute for the Humanities will celebrate its fifth anniversary with a free, public conference Friday–Sunday (April 23–25) at Assembly Hall, Rackham Building. The Institute’s “Conference on Collaboration” will explore why humanities professors continue to pursue specialized, rather than broad-based, research. “The rewards that individual scholars seek—money, tenure,…
  9. April 19, 1993

    Weick to give Katz Newcomb Lecture April 23

    Karl E. Weick, the Rensis Likert Collegiate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Psychology in the School of Business Administration, will give the 21st annual Katz Newcomb Lecture in Social Psychology at 4 p.m. Friday (April 23) in Rackham Amphitheater. In his lecture “ ‘Young Men and Fire’—Rethinking Organizational Theory,” Weick will discuss how assumptions often…
  10. April 19, 1993

    Multiculturalism requires open, honest discussions

    By Jane R. Elgass While many people believe there has been a great deal of progress in enhancing the status of underrepresented minorities since the civil rights struggles of the 1960s, this is not the case, according to Harold R. Johnson, special counsel to the president. In fact, Johnson says, he has a “passionate concern…