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COLLEGE�S NEW PROGRAM TO ENHANCE UNDERGRAD ED

Jul 28, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
UCLA's College of Letters & Science has launched a new program to enhance undergraduate instruction by delivering a variety of new course materials and services through multimedia education.The Instructional Enhancement Initiative has been under ...
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DOCTORS TAKE VIRTUAL WALK INSIDE PATIENT�S BRAIN

Jul 28, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
THE ULTIMATE HEAD TRIPRemember the movie "Fantastic Voyage" in which a team of doctors and nurses is miniaturized, stuffed inside a syringe and injected into the bloodstream of a sick patient? That's still science fiction fantasy, but UCLA engineers ...
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EX-NEWSMAN SUFFERS E-MAIL CULTURE SHOCK

Jul 28, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
I found myself battling a mild case of culture shock after joining the Public Information Office last fall. Please don't misunderstand. After 13 years in the newspaper business, I was fully prepared and happy to make the switch from government ...
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FACULTY KEY FIGHTERS IN WAR ON CIGARETTES

Jul 28, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
JOE CAMEL FORCED INTO EXILEJoe Camel is out of work and the days of the Marlboro Man appear numbered. The tobacco industry has agreed to pay billion to states who want reimbursement for cigarette-related health costs. The chief executive of a tobacco ...
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NEW BUILDING ON CAMPUS CHECKERBOARD

Jul 28, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
HERE WE GROW AGAINMore than 100 faculty and staff will be relocated in a series of checkerboard moves across campus phased in over the next few years so that UCLA can forge ahead with seismic retrofitting of Haines Hall and construction of a new ...
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PANEL TO MAP FUTURE PATH OF INFO TECHNOLOGY

Jul 28, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
TO INFINITY AND BEYONDFor the first time at UCLA, a central board of faculty and academic administrators will set policy on academic-information technology, coordinating the direction it will take campuswide over the next two years and helping to ...
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PEI PICKED TO MASTER-PLAN MED CENTER

Jul 28, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
MONUMENTAL COMMISSIONArchitect I. M. Pei has never been one to let the grand scale of a project intimidate him.So looking at the hulk of Parking Structure 14, site of the new UCLA Medical Center, one of greatest architects of the 20th century never ...
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STAFF LEADERS SEEK VOICE ON BOARD OF REGENTS

Jul 28, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
SPEAKING OUTA leader of the organization representing staff at the University of California�s nine campuses has asked the Board of Regents to consider adding to the board a staff representative to sit alongside faculty representatives and join in on ...
Industry: Education
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UC TO DRAFT BENEFITS PLAN FOR DOMESTIC PARTNERS

Jul 28, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
After a long and at times tense discussion that pitted issues of morality against those of equality, the Board of Regents last week asked President Richard C. Atkinson to draft a proposal to provide domestic-partner benefits to UC employees. The ...
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WHO�S NEW

Jul 28, 1997 12:00 AM Pacific
Position: Director, Communications and Marketing, UCLA Alumni AssociationBackground: After receiving her B.A. in communication studies from UCLA in 1985, Wolfe worked in advertising for four years, then earned an M.B.A. from the Anderson School in ...
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