Campus News

  1. April 17, 2000

    Obituary

    Eleanor S. Collins On the evening of April 5, Eleanor S. Collins, the first appointed curator of the Slide and Photograph Collection at the Department of the History of Art, died peacefully after a brief illness. She had recently celebrated her 92nd birthday with family and friends whom she cherished and whose lives she greatly…
  2. April 17, 2000

    Police Beat

    By Rebecca A. Doyle Bursley Residence Hall evacuated for fire Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers helped evacuate residents of Bursley’s Hamilton House on March 29 after smoke in the hallway of the second floor prompted a call for help. Officers and fire officials evacuated the building and found a computer closet was the source.…
  3. April 10, 2000

    Obituary

    Robert H. Hawkes Robert H. Hawkes, a mechanic with the Health System for 33 years, died March 29 in Belleville. Hawkes served in the U.S. Army and received the National Defense Service medal, the Vietnam Service medal, Vietnam Campaign medal and the Army Commendation medal. He was born June 23, 1947, in Ann Arbor. He…
  4. April 3, 2000

    Obituaries

    Charles Jaslow Charles Jaslow, professor emeritus of dentistry, died March 19 in Sun City, Ariz., where he and his wife, Carol, moved following his retirement in 1982. Born April 12, 1919, in Detroit, Jaslow received his bachelor’s degree from the U-M in 1941, after which he spent four years as a fighter pilot with the…
  5. March 27, 2000

    Regents’ Roundup

    Editor’s Note: The following actions were taken by the Regents at their March meeting. By Wono Lee News and Information Services Fox named to endowed chair The appointment of law Prof. Merritt B. Fox to the Louis and Myrtle Moskowitz Research Professorship of Business and Law was approved, effective March 1. The professorship, established in…
  6. March 13, 2000

    Police Beat

    By Rebecca A. Doyle Officers looking for male suspect Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers are still looking for a man who reportedly exposed himself to a woman and her companion Feb. 26 on the south side of the Chemistry Building near the Diag. The woman reported that he was a white male, about 25…
  7. March 13, 2000

    Obituary

    Arthur F. Coxford Jr. Arthur F. Coxford Jr., professor of mathematics education, School of Education, died March 5. He was 63. Coxford graduated summa cum laude from Albion College in 1959, received his master’s degree with honors from the U-M in 1960 and earned his Ph.D in mathematics education from the U-M in 1965. He…
  8. March 6, 2000

    Regents’ Roundup

    Editor’s Note: The Regents approved the following renovation projects at their February meeting. By Wono LeeNews and Information Services Elevators in Simpson Circle Parking Structure The elevators in the Simpson Circle Parking Structure, in continuous operation since they were installed in 1963, will be replaced at an estimated cost of $700,000. School of Public Health…
  9. February 21, 2000

    Regents’ Roundup

    The University Record, February 21, 2000 Editor’s Note: The following actions were taken by the Regents at their February meeting. By Wono LeeNews and Information Services Administrative appointments Administrative appointments included: Carol T. Mowbray, associate professor of social work and associate professor of psychology, was reappointed associate dean for research of the School of Social…
  10. February 21, 2000

    Obituaries

    The University Record, February 21, 2000 Clarence E. Chrisp Clarence E. Chrisp, professor of comparative pathology in the Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine (ULAM), died Feb. 8 of pancreatic cancer. He was 65. He was born May 26, 1934, during the Dust Bowl in Broken Bow, Neb. After high school, he attended Colorado State University…