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Volume 31 Index (2003)

  • December 8, 2003 #21
    $63 million to fund Laser Lab in 2004
    Memo from Charles Murphy, Associate Vice President for Human Resources
    Bodek wins top prize in physics
    Events planned in honor of MLK Day
    Two scientists named best inventors
    Research offers clue to mass extinction
    Former anthropology chair dies at 75
    Jewish scholar Abraham Karp dies
    Students offer 'jumpstart' on reading

  • November 17, 2003 #20
    Med Center home t new NIH program
    East meets West in world music fusion
    Plutzik features novelist Lydia Davis
    Physicist named NY professor of the year
    Talk: Computer science lacks women?
    Facilities prepares for winter weather
    Theater program offers twist on tragedy
    Keep fire safety in mind

  • November 3, 2003 #19
    New center targets muscular dystrophy
    Eastman honors flutist Mariano Nov. 15
    Warner celebrates 10-year milestone
    Neilly Series offers two upcoming talks
    Skalny brings Polish cinema to town
    Award-winning poet reads Nov. 18
    Nominees sought for Anthony Award
    Talk examines 'language of liberation'
    Grant supports perservation efforts
    Anthropologist hosts talk, panel discussion

  • October 20, 2003 #18
    Boeckman named to Gates professorship
    ITS addresses spam increase
    Web site features new diversity database
    Tickets on sale for Maya Angelou
    New Meliora Press carves out niche
    Chemist, scholar Gates dies
    Plutzik hosts poet Heather McHugh
    Learn 'Secrets of Young & Successful'
    Memo: Women's Leadership Student Awards

  • October 6, 2003 #17
    $5 million grant pushes biology boundries
    Employees invited to Benefits Expo
    NIH to fund new autoimmunity center
    Forum: Women's impact on medicine
    Meliora Weekend 2003 Events
    Meliora Weekend parking information

  • September 22, 2003 #16
    Evarts named Medical Center CEO
    Register now for Meliora Weekend
    Legal affairs specialist named VP
    Acclaimed poet Ashbery to give reading
    Eastman revives Le Carnaval Mascarnade
    Grab lunch, dinner & everything in between
    Memo: Meliora Weekend
    Neilly Series hosts NY Times science writer
    Photo: JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge

  • September 8, 2003 #15
    Cancer Center offers free screening
    Kim Kowalke appointed Turner Professor
    Goergen winners honored
    Freshmen hit the streets for Wilson Days
    URNet enables gigabit-speed connection'
    Local design helps NASA explore space
    Patent pending for navigation device
    Kafka Prize winner Meidav to give reading
    The Winner Is: Photo
    Olympian to speak at Anthony Race

  • August 18, 2003 #14
    $13 million to fund AIDS vaccine research
    ITS responds to hacker attacks
    Convocations kicks off academic year
    Warner camp tackles Charlotte woes
    Center to offer latest in brain imaging'
    Pharmacology legend Lasagna dies
    Students campaign for smoke-free dorms
    University licenses security software
    Artists offer wares at Clothesline Festival
    Dentistry hosts national ADA conference

  • August 4, 2003 #SI
    A Hands-On approach to community service
    Journal spotlights students research
    Altered perception: The science of video gaming
    Student proposal 'kicks butt'
    Biomed seniors engineer creative solutions
    Crossing the Atlantic for the love of pipes
    Odds 'n' Ends
    Sounds of Africa highlight Eastman concert calendar
    Library's Neilly Series kicks off September 26
    Fine Arts
    Memo To: Incoming Undgraduates
    Come join the fun!
    The race continues for women's progress
    Make plans to attend Meliora Weekend
    Sports Page
    Making news . . .
    A Closer Look at the Class of 2007
    Important Information for the Fall

  • July 28, 2003 #13
    Software delivers 'mood music' on demand
    University selected for Kauffman initiative
    Strong burn center joins national effor
    Teens stretch minds in scholars programs
    Research unlocks new evolutionary clues
    Historian traces Eastman history
    Trying to kick the habit? Help's available
    Minicourse covers patient safety
    Summer sports camps get kids moving
    Research Roundup

  • July 7, 2003 #12
    Evarts oversees Med Center operations
    United Way: University raises $901,000
    Discovery may yield Alzheimer's advance
    Canada's 'big brass' return to Eastman
    Pediatric scholar Forbes dies at 87
    Warner student named NY's top teacher
    Fitness Center targets 'total body health'
    Graduate teaching awards announced
    Parking garage expansion continues
    Elmwood lane reduction to begin July 7

  • June 16, 2003 #11
    Mark Zupan named Simon School dean
    $7.5 million to fund autism research
    First-time novelist wins Kafka Prize
    Construction kicks into high gear
    Simon graduates Class of 2003
    Study finds video games improve vision
    Psychology pioneer dies at age of 89
    Senior Trustee Graham Wood Smith dies
    Information on copyright compliance
    Professor eneritus of statistics dies
    Wondering where to eat this summer?
    Eastman students show competitive edge
    Sign up to learn life-saving skills

  • May 27, 2003 #10
    Witmer chairs Board of Trustees
    Interim Medical Center CEO named
    Jazz legends take to Eastman stage
    Graduates urged to 'get involved'
    Warner invites Catholic educators
    Campus hosts undergrad researchers
    Schedule of Directory Proofs
    Paprocki addresses 'Level Orange' alert
    Staff honored for years of service
    Hit the trail on June 7

  • May 12, 2003 #9
    Capped and gowned: graduates to gather
    Memo: Health Care Plan Survey, Joan Kalsbeck, Manager, Benefits
    Library honors writer's legacy
    2003 United Way Campaign Update
    Sessions outline homebuying incentives
    Journal spotlights student research
    Life-saving vaccine linked to University
    Phelps addresses SARS concerns
    Commencement 2003 Ceremonies
    NPR jazz show features Eastman pianist
    Six students win national awards
    Student designs engineered to help others
    Research Roundup

  • April 28, 2003 #8
    Fenno talk opens conference on race
    Memo from Ronald J. Paprocki
    New 'DNA chip' targets pathogens
    Festival showcases composer's work
    2003 United Way Campaign
    Roundtable examines religion in media
    Writer Oates to speak at art gallery
    Artists blend image, poetry, song
    Register for parking permits online
    May 8 talk addresses breast cancer
    Research Roundup
    Strong offers free skin cancer clinic
    Talk examines 2000 presidential race

  • April 14, 2003 #7
    Alum directs postwar humanitarian relief
    2003 United Way Campaign
    April readings wrap up Plutzik Series
    Desktop devise slows light to a crawl
    New listserv provides security updates
    'Hamlet' graces University stage
    Project Belive tackles obesity, nutrition
    Summer session: Musicans wanted
    World Music Series offers sounds of Bali
    Talk to address afirmative action case
    Study tracks identity in new Russia

  • March 31, 2003 #6
    University encourages city living
    2003 United Way Campaign
    Eastman programs offer world music
    Memo from Provost Charles E. Phelps
    Neilly hosts award-winning journalist
    Photo: Final Four
    Eastman stages Shakespearean classic
    Tuition rates set for 2003-04
    Lunch on campus. . . get'real'
    Optics innovator Kinglsake dies
    Award honors student employees
    Music, art highlight Polish festival

  • March 17, 2003 #5
    Five-year initiative targets Parkinson's
    Voice student debuts at Kennedy Center
    Simon offers tech transfer concentration
    2003 United Way Campaign
    Library collaborates on 'DSpace' project
    Rap artist Souljah celebrates women
    Researchers zoom in on the nanoscale
    Neilly lecture proflies book forgers
    Poet, illustrator Ducornet reads April 1
    Former Chinese prisoner to share story
    University offers summer science camps
    MacDonald named admissions director

  • March 3, 2003 #4
    Leadership Rochester calls campus home
    Researchers look for clues to HIV vaccine
    Plutzik features Pulitzer Prize winner
    Abolitionist's life, legacy reexamined
    English Dept. chosen for national study
    Counseling center promotes wellness
    Bowling for Columbine director to speak
    Laser Lab hosts summer program

  • February 17, 2003 #3
    Memo from Ronald Paprocki
    Eastman announces major renovation
    University introduces new dental plan
    Memo from President Jackson
    Researchers honored for work in physics
    Anthropologist named Anthony Professor
    Literary scholar Joseph Summers dies
    Recruiter makes case for Peace Corps
    Removal crews cope with frigid cold
    Schedule of Dental Enrollment/Open Houses

  • February 2, 2003 #2
    Professors win top chemistry awards
    ORPA launches new Web resource
    Degas show sets art gallery records
    Arts scholar named to professorship
    Legacy dinner honors women leaders
    Profeta named to oversee purchasing
    Get the latest on roads, parking
    Meliora '03 to celebrate innovation
    Exhibition features the 'accidental'
    Purchasing saves through partnerships
    Research Roundup

  • January 20, 2003 #1
    Biologist makes top 2002 breakthrough
    Memo: President Jackson to University Community
    Paprocki discusses fiscal health
    Civil rights lawyer to give MLK address
    'Jazzy' talk kicks off 2003 Neilly Series
    Memo: Charles E. Phelps to the University Community
    Eastman puts organ studies on the map
    Generosity key to United Way campaign

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