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Volume 29 Index (2001)

  • December 17, 2001
    Longtime patrons bequest $10.2 million
    Study abroad offers a global perspective
    Plosser predicts economic recover
    Findings refute growth of new brain cells
    Settings goals, culture plays a role
    Pediatricians make 'virtual' house calls
    Accounts Payble enhances customer service
    Dan Schied on "Winter Grounds Maintenance"
    Research links Hodgkin's to breast cancer
    MAG anthology blends art and literature

  • December 3, 2001
    Med Center NIH funding tops $100 million
    Open enrollment for medical plans begins
    Grant funds Warner School partnership
    Neutrino study points to unknown force
    Lecture examines Polish-American press
    Biomedical engineering gets $3 million
    Memo from Ronald J. Paprocki
    Ben Hellie explores syntax and semantics
    Theater productions offer satire, parody
    Schedule of Medical Plans Informational/Enrollment Sessions

  • November 19, 2001
    Smallpox vaccine trials under way
    Eastman videoconferences live to Scotland
    Plutzik presents African-Americans lyricist
    Suicide study awarded $3.2 million
    Exhibition celebrates Mertin's images
    'Smart bandage' diagnoses infection
    Series explores global conflict
    Genetically engineered mice provide clues
    Astrobiologist journey to 'Early Earth'
    Information on copyright compliance
    Historian Zinn speaks November 28

  • November 5, 2001
    Navajo 'code talkers' share war experiences
    '716' changes to '585' on November 15
    Simon M.B.A. ranked among world's best
    Legendary jazz bassist returns to Eastman
    Scientist honored for cancer research
    Neilly Series presents alumnus, book editor
    Inventive faculty win U.S. patents
    Researchers take a lesson from bacteria
    Study sheds light on Tourette's
    Physicist discusses neural coding
    Fire extinguishers save lives

  • October 22, 2001
    Meliora Weekend draws 7,000 visitors
    Paprocki addresses mail handling procedures
    Borasi inducted as Warner School Dean
    Plutzik series features poet Voigt
    Photos of Meliora Weekend
    ORPA steps up to the growing challenge
    Forum examines poverty among women
    Cultural expert discusses Egyptian media
    Nominate a Student

  • October 8, 2001
    Meliora Weekend celebrates freedom
    MAG brings Degas exclusive to Rochester
    Research center generates $65 Million
    Poet champions the creative voice
    Meliora Weekend Events
    Meliora Parking Information
    Get your daily news requirements

  • September 24, 2001
    Students mark tragedy with generosity
    Glick '93 named as hero on doomed plane
    Jackson addresses September 11, tragedy
    Meliora brings message of freedom
    Community gathers to remember, pray
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    Liquid crystals create 'electronic paper'
    Cutting-edge statistics forecasts extremes
    Conference focuses on cancer survivors
    Eastman stages performance in the park
    Technology Transfer positions named

  • September 10, 2001
    Meliora Weekend registration begins
    Educator consults on PBS series
    Orientation welcomes the Class of 2005
    Nurses study emotional toll of dementia
    Source of Earth's 'big chill' discovered
    Study re-examines heart defibrillators
    Honeybees and cavities, researchers abuzz
    Scientist explores how machines think
    Translation offers readers Islamic poems
    Lost and Found Photo
    Cancer Center appoints new director
    Go Yellowjackets Photo

  • August 27, 2001
    Convocation kicks off the academic year
    Faculty receive Goergen honors
    Professor wins Dreyfus award
    Eastman debuts sacred music program
    Warner School awarded $725,000 grant
    Orthopaedic specialist heads society
    Wilson Day teaches 'Service 101'
    Race celebrates suffragist's triumph
    Kendrick, Lattimore project slated for fall
    Neilly Series books eclectic lineup
    Strong Health offers caregivers workshops
    MAG festival draws a crowd
    'Twisted' exhibition examines DNA
    Research Roundup

  • August 13, 2001
    Psychologists receive top APA honors
    Important dates for fall
    Employment Center opens August 27
    Space research yields high-tech reward
    Associate Registrar Kruger dies
    Study examines Parkinson's patch
    Cancer Center assesses risk for women'
    Professor 'nurses' new team in China
    Simple actions conserve energy
    Dining Services expands menus for fall
    Study sheds light on heart disorder
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    Research Roundup

  • July 31, 2001 (Student Issue)
    Student ID's are redesigned for safety
    Meliora weekend splashes with spirit
    Students at the College
    Mark your calendar
    Eastman Jazz Ensemble voted tops
    Race celebrates Anthony's triumph
    Wilson Day teaches 'Service 101'
    Everyone can help conserve energy
    Wilson Commons heats up this fall
    Staying safe takes teamwork
    Students explore Mt. Hope connections'
    The 'Greek' experience proves valuable
    Important Information for the Fall

  • July23, 2001 (#13)
    HR considers next step
    Economist receives Hoover fellowship
    Program helps children manage stress
    ITS makes Webcast a reality
    Nursing research has lasting impact
    Reminder: New area code coming
    Psychologist elected to APA board
    Dental health gets a good 'rap'
    Exhibition marks Seward's influence
    Wilson Day 2001 is about community
    Strong's talking horse cheers visitors
    Correction: Stephen Merritt

  • July2, 2001 (#12)
    Biology professor goes Hollywood
    Tech transfer income doubles
    Multiple sclerosis memory drug tested
    Finance scholar receives professorship
    Business leaders named as trustees
    Grant targets older patients care
    Music professor leads cultural exchange
    University recongnized for VPN
    Ceramic arts blaze in new exhibit
    Counselor honored for service
    Strong adds adolescent psychiatry beds
    Researchers predict impending oil crisis
    Research Roundup

  • June 11, 2001 (#11)
    Med Center/University counsel named
    Employees honored for service
    Polish Center director gets Fulbright
    University scientists win Sloans
    NSF scholarships target undergrads
    Staffer wins United Way SUV
    Pedro-Carroll receives research award
    Technologies merge at Convergence: 2001
    Economic historian Engerman honored
    Carillon rings in summer concerts
    Researchers explore molecular 'poles'
    'Polar' researcher to track hot spots
    Service hours show students CARE

  • May 21, 2001 (#10)
    Burgett named VP/general secretary
    University Telephone Data Coordinators
    Summer construction at River Campus
    Prestigious academies induct faculty
    United Way raises record $752,352
    Eastman academic affairs dean named
    Exhibit spotlights Mt. Hope
    New computer hits quantum speeds
    Optics Society cites Rochester work
    Art professor Mertin, 58, dies
    Debate team ranks fourth in nation
    Research Roundup

  • April 30, 2001 (#9)
    May brings Commencenment exercises
    Auchincloss elected physics fellow
    Borasi named Warner School dean
    African-American center convenes
    The University Community
    Daycare children test science program
    Herbert: Conserving energy is priority
    'Professors of the Year' announced
    Warner professor receives award
    Graduate students honored

  • April 16, 2001 (#8)
    Institute of Optics names director
    The University Community
    Oscar-winning composer conducts
    Philosophy of education book funded
    Performance reviews: Key to sucess
    Faculty survey in progress
    'Human Values' submissions sought
    Summer student employment reminder
    Course gives students the 'blues'

  • April 2, 2001 (#7)
    Team is first to find 'pH' of water
    Duvall's Sesqui visit featured on WXXI
    Employment process update
    Wilson Commons celebrates 25 years
    Student employees honored April 2-8
    Political Science offers spring series
    Audit: An empowering experience
    Exhibit reflects on King's 'Dream'
    Polish poet reads April 11
    'Great Daffodil' delivers
    Plitt discusses 'Harper Way' April 10
    Research Roundup

  • March 19, 2001 (#6)
    Reasearchers detail Earth's magnetism
    Drew symposium explores racial barriers
    Baldwin discusses "Issues" March 28
    New Emergency Department Opens
    United Way: Giving and Receiving
    Security is key for credit cards
    Memorial for Harris is March 2
    Wallis researcher remembered
    Panel examines faith-based funding
    Warner conference looks at technology
    Youngsters + summer= science camp
    Photo- Sweat Break

  • March 5, 2001 (#5)
    Team unearths "bookend" to dinosaur age
    ITS directory project update
    Online Douglass collection planned
    United Way 2001 offers sweepstakes
    Epics are focus of new lecture series
    Bernard Schilling dies at 94
    Professors named to state advisory board
    Employees receive URMC awards
    Let the Good Times Roll (Photo)
    Scientists target Omega on fusion
    MAG opens exhibit on noted Maine artist

  • February 19, 2001 (#4)
    Strong performs its first heart transplant
    Pinckney joins diversity effort
    Holocaust historian gives Skalny talk
    World-renowned physicist Mandel dies
    'Minute-to-minute' reporting begins
    United Way 2001 kicks off
    Communication is key for Facilities
    Student workshops help, study show
    Optics technology wins award
    Medical school aces accreditation
    Study: Asteroids missed most microbes

  • February 5, 2001 (#3)
    Study: Can Alzheimer's be prevented?
    RE: 2001 United Way Campaign
    Walmsley named fellow in physics society
    Poetry series features Harjo Feb. 15
    Brown examines health care system
    Seiko-Epson licenses 'blue noise mask'
    'Langston and Martin' arrives Feb. 7
    Office focuses on purchasing power
    Warner School taps late-life 'experts'
    Cool computer chips reach hot speeds
    Team finds source of starry showpieces

  • January 22, 2001 (#2)
    Energy, insurance cost hit budgets
    Directory errata notification
    Three elected fellows of physics society
    Med Center tapped for national registry
    Grad studies workshop salutes McNair
    IT strategic planning begins
    Anthony Center honors women Feb. 8
    Coburn named director of tech transfer
    Student employee nominations sought
    HR: Diverse workforce is top priority
    Mt. Hope team awarded $1.6 million
    Staffer often gets "Peke" at championship
    King remembered with campus events
    End of Camelot (photo)

  • January 8, 2001 (#1)
    Stamp honors Eastman Theatre artist
    Pesticides linked to Parkinson's disease
    Professor wins fellowship for ASL study
    Civil rights leader gives 1st MLK address
    Polish economic reformer joins faculty
    Operation Of the University In Adverse Weather and Similar Emergencies
    University Web site adds news highlight
    Cancer, Vaccine centers each named
    Psychology pioneer Emory Cowen dies
    Scientists ID piece to brain's 'planner'
    Nursing accreditation process seeks input

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