Campus News

  1. July 6, 1999

    Obituary

    The University Record, July 6 , 1999 G. Hoyt Whipple G. Hoyt Whipple, professor emeritus of environmental and industrial health and research scientist, Institute of Environmental and Industrial Health, died May 12 at his home in Gainesville, Fla., after a brief illness. He was born in San Francisco May 4, 1917, and grew up in…
  2. June 21, 1999

    Regents’ Roundup

    The University Record, June 21, 1999 Editor’s Note: The following actions were taken by the Regents at their June meeting. By Wono LeeNews and Information Services Fen to be protected The Regents approved the proposed transfer of ownership of four acres of its land to the City of Ann Arbor. The property, located at the…
  3. June 21, 1999

    Police Beat

    The University Record, June 21 , 1999 By Rebecca A. Doyle Man charged in domestic assault Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers arrested a man June 4 and charged him with assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder. Following a June 16 preliminary examination, he was bound over for trial. No…
  4. June 7, 1999

    Obituary

    The University Record, June 7, 1999 Monte V. Hobbs Monte V. Hobbs, associate research scientist in the School of Public Health, died unexpectedly May 26. A native of Iowa, Hobbs, 44, received his doctorate from the University of Iowa and conducted research in immunology at Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, Calif., in 1982-95 before…
  5. May 24, 1999

    Regents’ Roundup

    The University Record, May 24, 1999 Editor’s Note: The following actions were taken by the Regents at their May meeting. By Wono LeeNews and Information Services 10 named to administrative posts Administrative appointments included: James M. Borders, associate professor of music (musicology), was reappointed associate dean of graduate studies of the School of Music Sept.…
  6. May 24, 1999

    Police Beat

    The University Record, May 24, 1999 Woman arrested, released in domestic assault A woman resident in University Housing was arrested after Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers responded to a call for help from a man at 2:40 a.m. May 8. The man told police that the woman had hit him and threatened him. She…
  7. May 10, 1999

    Obituary

    The University Record, May 10 , 1999 William E. Porter William E. Porter, professor emeritus of journalism, died April 21 at Hurley Hospital in Flint. He was 80. Porter, whose retirement in 1989 signaled the end of an era of sorts for Michigan journalism, considered himself “a writer and writing teacher first, a researcher and…
  8. April 19, 1999

    Police Beat

    The University Record, April 19, 1999 By Rebecca A. Doyle Arson Awareness Week is May 2-8 President Lee C. Bollinger has declared May 2-8 Arson Awareness Week at the University. Intentionally set blazes are estimated by the Michigan Arson Prevention Committee to cause more than $200 million in damages each year in Michigan and affect…
  9. April 19, 1999

    Regents’ Roundup

    The University Record, April 19, 1999 Editor’s Note: The following actions were taken by the Regents at their April meeting. $14 million in gifts accepted The Regents accepted $14,367,802 in gifts received during March. The total included $8,028,592 from individuals, $3,878,283 from corporations, $1,353,841 from foundations and $1,107,086 from associations and others. Tenure appointments OK’d…
  10. April 12, 1999

    Obituary

    The University Record, April 12, 1999 Martin Mayman Martin Mayman, age 74, professor emeritus of psychology and clinical psychologist, Psychological Clinic, Institute of Human Adjustment, died unexpectedly March 18. He had retired from active faculty status Dec. 31, 1997, and was granted emeritus status by the Regents March 20, 1998. He was born April 2,…