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University of Rochester

Volume 60, Number 2, Winter 1997-98

Departments Features
Letters to the Editor

Rochester in Review

  • Alumnus wins Nobel
  • Eastman School director named
  • College offers ASL as undergraduate major
  • University joins Internet2
  • DOE renews commitment to LLE
  • In brief
  • Out of pure light, physicists create particles of matter
  • Notes on research
  • Rochester quotes
  • Sports: 1997 Hall of Famers

Alumni Review

  • Photo: The inventor of Wilson Day
  • Reunion clusters add luster to College events
  • Look who's turning the bit 1*5*0!
  • Changes to Trustees' Council
  • Seasonal addresses
  • Rochester traditions
  • To contact a classmate

Alumni Gazette

  • The job of a lifetime: David Satcher '72M (Res)
  • Polishing Apple: Avie Tevanian '83
  • Soccer entrepreneur: Jill McCabe '88
  • "All together now": Jim Cain '96 (PhD)
  • Man in balance: Jonathan Mayer '73
  • Salute to military music: Phil '80E and Shelley Philibosian Waite '80E

Class Notes

  • River Campus Undergraduate
  • River Campus Graduate
  • Eastman School of Music
  • School of Medicine and Dentistry
  • School of Nursing
  • In Memoriam
  • Class Acts: Special Achievement
  • Alumni Relations: Alumni legacies; Fleming family
  • In Appreciation: Richard Wilson '42; Josephine Kelly Craytor '46, '60W (MS) and Helen McNerney '66N (MS)

Books & Recordings
by alumni and faculty

Maria Schneider '85E (MM): "The Leader of the Band"

Back cover
Jump start: 1997 Stonehurst Capital Regatta

Alumni Association Announcements

Special Report: PMHP Turns 40
by Sharon Dickman

Begun experimentally in a single Rochester elementary school, the Primary Mental Health Project flourishes in hundreds of school districts around the world.

Professor Mueller and "The 11 O'Clock Number"
by Denise Bolger Kovnat

"If your students are asleep, you're not going to teach them much," says one of Rochester's award-winning teachers. But John Mueller's classes are anything but sleep-inducing.

The Good Neighbors: Rochester's RAs
by Kathy Quinn Thomas

They're cheerleaders, counselors, conflict managers, and social directors (not to mention students). It's a tough job, and they love it.

Reader's Guide
by Denise Bolger Kovnat

Many of Rush Rhees Library's treasures--including letters from Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass, as well as the relics of the University's own institutional past--have been in Karl Kabelac's keeping for 30 years. And he knows exactly where everything is.

The Mystery of "The Shaking Palsy"
by Tom Rickey

Parkinson's disease still holds its secrets, but neurological scientists are making inroads into underlying causes and more effective treatments.

Serial Thriller
by Jan Fitzpatrick

In the novels of Thomas Perry '74 (PhD), killers stalk their prey and bodies pile up. Sometimes, the good guys have to go on the run. When they do, protagonist Jane Whitefield steps in to help. Nobody does it better.

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