Campus News

  1. April 19, 1993

    REGENTS’ ROUNDUP

    Editor’s Note: The following actions were taken by the Board of Regents at its April meeting. Stadium renovation plan moves to phase III In 1990, the Regents approved a multiple repair and maintenance program for Michigan Stadium, estimated at $7.9 million in 1990 dollars, to be carried out over the next several years. The University…
  2. April 19, 1993

    POLICE BEAT

    By Mary Jo Frank Computer theft under investigation University Police are investigating the April 9 breaking and entering and theft of eight computers valued at more than $37,000 from the G.G. Brown Building. Lt. James R. Smiley asks that individuals with information about the theft contact the Department of Public Safety (DPS) detective bureau, 763-3434.…
  3. March 29, 1993

    OBITUARY

    Alice M. Kern Alice M. Kern, professor emeritus of music, died on Feb. 23 in Tucson, Ariz. She was 86. Kern joined the U-M in 1949 as an instructor in piano. She became a full professor in 1965 and retired in 1976. A native of Illinois, Kern studied at Alabama College, Eastman School of Music…
  4. March 22, 1993

    OBITUARY

    Clarence K. Pott Clarence K. Pott, professor emeritus of Germanic languages and literatures, died in Holland on March 13. He was 86. Pott joined the U-M in 1944 as an instructor in German and was awarded the rank of full professor in 1960. From then until 1971, he served as chairman of the Department of…
  5. March 15, 1993

    REGENTS’ ROUNDUP

    Editor’s Note: The following actions were taken by the Board of Regents at its March meeting. Four new faculty appointed The following faculty appointments, with tenure, were approved: John F. Cherry, a faculty member at the University of Cambridge, will become professor of classical archaeology and Greek, effective Sept. 1. Regina Morantz-Sanchez, a faculty member…
  6. March 15, 1993

    POLICE BEAT

    By Mary Jo Frank 2 employees caught writing fake travel advances A 44-year old student services associate in Medical Administration and a 27-year old program coordinator in the College of Pharmacy were arrested Feb. 12 on charges of embezzlement over $100. The women were arraigned that day in Ann Arbor’s 15th District court. The cases…
  7. March 8, 1993

    OBITUARY

    Michael Morden Michael Morden, adjunct lecturer in philosophy at U-M-Dearborn, died on Feb. 26 in Miami, Fla., from complications following a scuba diving accident. He was 50. Morden joined U-M-Dearborn in 1988 and in recent years served on the Affirmative Action Committee and taught in the REACH Program. He also taught philosophy at U-M-Flint. “Michael…
  8. March 1, 1993

    OBITUARIES

    J. Radcliffe Squires J. Radcliffe Squires, professor emeritus of English, died Feb. 14 of an abdominal aneurysm at University Hospital. He was 75. Squires was the author of seven books of poetry and numerous critical books and essays. He was editor of the Michigan Quarterly Review, the University’s literary and scholarly journal, in 1970–77. A…
  9. March 1, 1993

    REGENTS’ ROUNDUP

    Editor’s Note: The following actions were taken by the Board of Regents at its February meeting. Neal appointed vp for research Homer A. Neal, professor and chair of the Department of Physics, will become vice president for research Sept. 1. He will succeed William C. Kelly who will retire as vice president for research on…
  10. February 15, 1993

    OBITUARY

    Frank Copley Frank O. Copley, professor emeritus of Latin, died Feb. 3 in Rogers City. He was 85 years old. He joined the faculty in 1934 and taught here until his retirement in 1977. His special interests included the Roman poet Catullus and Latin elegiac poetry. His translations of Virgil’s The Aeneid, Cicero’s On Old…