Campus News

  1. November 8, 1999

    Obituary

    The University Record, November 8, 1999 Stanley E. Seashore Stanley E. Seashore, research scientist emeritus at the Institute for Social Research (ISR) and professor emeritus of psychology, died Oct. 7 at age 84 in Bloomington, Minn. One of the founders of the organizational psychology program at the U-M, Seashore served as mentor and adviser to…
  2. November 1, 1999

    Obituary

    The University Record, November 1, 1999 Neil M. Kalter Psychologist Neil M. Kalter died Oct. 23 of cancer of the gallbladder. He was 57. A professor of psychology and of psychiatry, Kalter was best known for his work on the impact of divorce on children, the subject of his 1990 book, Growing Up with Divorce…
  3. October 25, 1999

    Obituaries

    The University Record, October 25, 1999 John A. Jacquez Mathematical biologist John A. Jacquez, whose research on the transmission of the AIDS virus gained international acclaim, died Oct. 16. He was 77. A professor emeritus of physiology and biostatistics, Jacquez taught at the Medical School and School of Public Health from 1962 until his retirement…
  4. October 25, 1999

    Regents’ Roundup

    The University Record, October 25, 1999 Editor’s Note: The following actions were taken by the Regents at their October meeting. By Wono LeeNews and Information Services Haven addition OKd The Regents approved the revised scope of the Mason Hall and Haven Hall Renovation Project, one of the projects in the University’s plan to renovate existing…
  5. October 18, 1999

    Obituaries

    The University Record, October 18, 1999 George L. Grassmuck George L. Grassmuck, professor emeritus of political science and special assistant and adviser to the Nixon administration, died of prostate cancer Oct. 10. He was 80. Grassmuck, who taught at the U-M from 1957 until his retirement in 1990, was a well-known authority on American politics,…
  6. October 18, 1999

    Police Beat

    The University Record, October 18, 1999 By Rebecca A. Doyle DPS investigates robbery Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers are investigating a claim made by a man who says he was beaten and robbed on the Diag on Sept. 13. A bus driver spotted a man sitting on the sidewalk and radioed in a report.…
  7. October 4, 1999

    Obituary

    The University Record, October 4, 1999 Chester G. Starr Chester G. Starr, professor emeritus of history, died Sept. 22, at University Hospital. He was 84. A native of Centralia, Mo., Starr earned a B.A. and M.A. from the University of Missouri and a Ph.D from Cornell University. He served as professor of history at the…
  8. September 27, 1999

    Regents’ Roundup

    The University Record, September 27 , 1999 Editor’s Note: The following actions were taken by the Regents at their September meeting. Appointments to professorships The following appointments to endowed and titled professorships were approved, all effective Sept. 1. Edwin M. Curley, professor of philosophy, will hold the James B. and Grace J. Nelson Professorship of…
  9. September 20, 1999

    Regents’ Roundup

    The University Record, September 20 , 1999 Administrative appointments Administrative appointments approved by the Regents at their September meeting included: Noreen M. Clark, the Marshall H. Becker Collegiate Professor of Public Health and professor of health behavior and health education, was re-appointed dean of the School of Public Health, July 1, 2000–June 30, 2005. Robert…
  10. September 20, 1999

    Police Beat

    The University Record, September 20, 1999 By Rebecca A. Doyle Editor’s Note: Because the Record does not publish Police Beat in August, the following brief items and the accompanying map show statistics for crimes reported on campus in both July and August. Incidents reported after Aug. 30 may appear in the text, but are not…