Campus News

  1. June 13, 2005

    Regents Roundup

    Editor’s note: The following actions were taken by the Board of Regents at its May meeting. Two labs headed for BSRB The regents approved relocating two laboratory units into the new Biomedical Science Research Building, which currently is under construction. The Flow Cytometry Core Facility, with two labs, will move from the Cancer and Geriatrics…
  2. June 13, 2005

    Obituary

    Stella Raudenbush Colleagues remember Stella Raudenbush as someone who loved the magic of the world, saw how things happened for a reason, and encouraged faculty by reminding them, “If you step out, you have to be courageous.” (Photo by File Photo By Bob Kalmbach, U-M Photo Services) Raudenbush, a former instructor in the School of…
  3. June 13, 2005

    Police Beat

    May 2005 crime map> Assault victim treated A campus visitor was found May 16 in the Taubman Medical Library with head injuries reportedly sustained in an assault at a homeless campsite. The victim was treated and released at the U-M Emergency Department. The case is inactive as the victim has disappeared. Materials taken from construction…
  4. May 23, 2005

    Police Beat

    April 2005 crime map> Larceny spree hits campus Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers are searching for two Hispanic men in connection with a recent rash of burglaries and larcenies on Central Campus. One suspect, (composite sketch shown below), has been described as between 19 and 21 years old, standing 5 feet, 11 inches tall…
  5. May 23, 2005

    Regents Roundup

    Editor’s note: The following actions were taken by the Board of Regents at its May meeting. Two labs headed for BSRB The regents approved relocating two laboratory units into the new Biomedical Science Research Building, which currently is under construction. The Flow Cytometry Core Facility, with two labs, will move from the Cancer and Geriatrics…
  6. May 9, 2005

    Obituary

    Donald Canham Former athletics director Donald Canham died May 3 at University Hospital following surgery to repair a ruptured, or burst, abdominal aortic aneurysm. He was 87. (Photo courtesy Department Of Athletics) Described as a visionary and leader in the field of intercollegiate athletics, Canham served as the University’s athletic director from 1968-88, pioneering the…
  7. May 9, 2005

    Regents Roundup

    Utility projects approved The regents approved this schematic and extension of utilities to the Thayer Building site April 21. The building, sited at the corner of Thayer and Washington Streets, will include six floors, plus rooftop mechanical equipment. The cladding of the building will be a combination of pre-cast concrete panels and glass, and the…
  8. April 25, 2005

    Obituaries

    Sally Fleming Sally (Aldyth Louise) Fleming, wife of former U-M president Robben W. Fleming, died April 15 in Naples, Fla., with family at her side. She was 87. (U-M Photo Services file photo) A memorial service in her honor was scheduled for April 23 at the First Presbyterian Church in Ann Arbor. Born in 1917…
  9. April 25, 2005

    Regents Roundup

    Utility projects approved The regents approved this schematic and extension of utilities to the Thayer Building site April 21. The building, sited at the corner of Thayer and Washington Streets, will include six floors, plus rooftop mechanical equipment. The cladding of the building will be a combination of pre-cast concrete panels and glass, and the…
  10. April 11, 2005

    Obituaries

    Robert Grosse Robert Nathan Grosse, professor emeritus in the School of Public Health (SPH) and the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning died March 21 in St. Petersburg, Fla., after a brief illness. He was 82. Grosse (Photo courtesy School Of Public Health) “In an era in which we in public health…