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Ann Philbin Appointed New Director of UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center

Sep 7, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Ann Philbin has been named director of UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center. The appointment, effective Jan. 11, was announced by Daniel Neuman, dean of the School of the Arts and Architecture. She succeeds Henry Hopkins, who i...
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Ann Philbin Appointed New Director of UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center

Sep 7, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Ann Philbin has been named director of UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center. The appointment, effective Jan. 11, was announced by Daniel Neuman, dean of the School of the Arts and Architecture. She succeeds Henry Hopkins, who i...
Industry: Education
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Unambiguous Evidence for Monstrous Black Hole at Center of Our Galaxy Presented by UCLA Astronomer Andrea Ghez

Sep 7, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Answering one of astronomy's most important questions, UCLA astronomer Andrea Ghez reported today at a conference in Tucson, Ariz., that a monstrous black hole resides at the center of our Milky Way galaxy, with a mass more than two million times tha...
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UCLA Obituary: David Cloud

Sep 5, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
David Cloud, best remembered as a radio pioneer whose broadcasts and interviews raised the level of public awareness of the more challenging aspects of classical music, died on Aug. 27 after a long illness in Los Angeles. He was 60. Cloud, a recordin...
Industry: Education
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UCLA Obituary: David Cloud

Sep 5, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
David Cloud, best remembered as a radio pioneer whose broadcasts and interviews raised the level of public awareness of the more challenging aspects of classical music, died on Aug. 27 after a long illness in Los Angeles. He was 60. Cloud, a recordin...
Industry: Education
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40 Students From Four Continents Learn Art of Film/TV Deal in 12-Week Workshop at School of Theater, Film and Television

Sep 4, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Omer Vaughn (Oakland, Calif.) inked a carefully crafted production deal for a modestly budgeted science-fiction thriller. William Sloss (London, England) rejected the advances of a major studio and opted instead for a lucrative deal with a friendly foreig...
Industry: Education
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The Award-Winning Eroica Trio Brings Its Electrifying Virtuosity and Charisma to UCLA Oct. 18

Sep 4, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
"There is an edge-of-the-seat intensity to every note they produce." --The New York Times UCLA Performing Arts presents one of today's most exciting and promising young chamber music ensembles, Eroica Trio, returning to UCLA's Schoenberg Hall at ...
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The Award-Winning Eroica Trio Brings Its Electrifying Virtuosity and Charisma to UCLA Oct. 18

Sep 4, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
"There is an edge-of-the-seat intensity to every note they produce." --The New York Times UCLA Performing Arts presents one of today's most exciting and promising young chamber music ensembles, Eroica Trio, returning to UCLA's Schoenberg Hall at ...
Industry: Education
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40 Students From Four Continents Learn Art of Film/TV Deal in 12-Week Workshop at School of Theater, Film and Television

Sep 4, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Omer Vaughn (Oakland, Calif.) inked a carefully crafted production deal for a modestly budgeted science-fiction thriller. William Sloss (London, England) rejected the advances of a major studio and opted instead for a lucrative deal with a friendly foreig...
Industry: Education
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UCLA Research on Costs of "Free" Parking Creates Multi-Million Dollar Payoff for Federal Government, U. of California

Sep 3, 1998 12:00 AM Pacific
Research at the UCLA School of Public Policy and Social Research on the seemingly arcane subject of employer-paid parking has created a multi-million dollar payoff for the federal government, the University of California and 41,000 university employees. Urba...
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