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UCLA STRATEGIZES FOR PROPOSED GROWTH

Feb 23, 2000 12:00 AM Pacific
Charting the future Working to secure a bright future for the campus, community and California, UCLA is studying the challenges and opportunities presented by  an anticipated surge in the number of college-bound Californians over the next decade. This ...
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STUDYING WHAT SHAPES CULTURE, SOCIETY

Feb 23, 2000 12:00 AM Pacific
Tracking the big issues / UCLAToday Staff Jill Stein's charmingly  arranged office in Mira Hershey Hall is a veritable showcase of artist LeRoy Neiman's brilliantly colored paintings. One particularly stunning image, "Portrait of a Tiger," hangs on ...
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SCIENTISTS TO PROBE NEW FIELD

Feb 23, 2000 12:00 AM Pacific
On the frontier BY ALAN EYERLY / UCLA Today You won't find "proteomics" in many medical dictionaries. Yet  with the Human Genome Project rapidly nearing its goal of sequencing all the genetic material in our bodies, proteomics (pronounced ...
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SCHOLARS RECALL CIVIL RIGHTS STRUGGLE

Feb 23, 2000 12:00 AM Pacific
Time for remembering UCLA Today Looking back at the activism of the 1960s is helping  many African Americans understand where they are today. Focusing on this tumultuous period of history — many trace the beginnings of the civil rights movement back ...
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REGENTS TOUR, VISIT WITH BRUINS

Feb 23, 2000 12:00 AM Pacific
/ UCLA Today Staff The regents and their staff enjoy the beautiful weather and view from the top of Janss Steps during a tour of campus buildings led by  Pete Blackman, vice chancellor of administration (second from left) and Chancellor Albert ...
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PROF LEAVES CAMPUS FOR CHILEAN CABINET POST

Feb 23, 2000 12:00 AM Pacific
In service of his country / UCLA Today Jose De Gregorio will join the administration of newly elected Ricardo Lagos. In the midst of Chile's political and economic transition, Jose De Gregorio, visiting associate economics professor at The Anderson ...
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LEADERS DETAIL CHALLENGES AHEAD

Feb 23, 2000 12:00 AM Pacific
Maintaining quality / UCLA Today Staff University of California regents  sat down with UCLA leaders Feb. 17 to hear their concerns about the growing challenges of competing for top-level faculty, building facilities and attracting the best graduate ...
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INTERNET SECURITY MUST BE TOP PRIORITY

Feb 23, 2000 12:00 AM Pacific
The recent blitz of "denial of service" attacks on the Internet raises great  concern and uncertainty with regard to the viability and power of the Internet. Many of the most popular Web servers were shut down for hours with attacks such as "smurfs," ...
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NAMES AND FACES

Feb 23, 2000 12:00 AM Pacific
HONORSThe American Council on Graduate Medical Education has selected Katrina Dipple, a medical resident at UCLA, to  serve on a committee that reviews medical genetics residency programs nationwide.... Bruce Willison, dean of The Anderson School, has ...
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WHO'S NEW AT UCLA

Feb 23, 2000 12:00 AM Pacific
DENNIS SLONPosition: Associate Vice Chancellor for DevelopmentBackground: Since receiving his Ed.M. from Harvard University, Slon has held a number of development positions, including  director of corporate and foundation relations for the University ...
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