. . . December 1994|
They Dug That Place
New summer field school in Southwest trains undergraduates in archaeology.
The Henderson Site
Michigan students help reconstruct the history of remarkable frontier people.
First U-M Field School in 40 Years
Several units helped the summer field course became a reality.
How the Henderson Site Got Its Name
The archaeology field school site was named after those who donated it.
U-M Endowment Fund Tops $1 Billion Mark
The fund supports to research, teaching, scholarships and fellowships.
President, Provost Act On Agenda for Women
Duderstadt wants the U-M will to be a leading promoter by the year 2000 of women's success in higher education.
New Fund For Female Faculty
Program to address 'disproportionate service responsibilities' of female faculty.
President Ford's No. 48 Retired
Ford's All-American football jersey number retired at the Michigan State game.
Dialogue On Ethics
University and community people discuss the value of religion, ethics and values in campus life.
Science Learning Center Opens New Paths to Knowledge
Encouraging students to be a part of a scientific community early in their undergraduate career.
Succeeding in Science
The Program in Scholarly Research for Urban/Minority High School Students nurtures future researchers.
An Untapped Gold Mine
Investors show increased interest in the U-M Technology Management Office.
Achievements, Goals Cited in Mandate Report
The Michigan Mandate outlines goals for diverse leadership.
Regards From Broadway
Michigan alumnus John Miller is a major music coordinator on Broadway.
Matters of Love and Death
Teen health in the age of AIDS.
Same As It Ever Was?
Are sexual issues for today's teenagers any tougher to deal with than they were in the past?
U-M Reaches Out and In to Educate Youths About HIV/AIDS
A biology class teaches students how the HIV virus attacks the immune system.
A New Lease on Life
Former U-M professor helped secretary Kathy West to new life.
The Michigan Telefund
Students phone alumni to help raise money for other students.
Language Proficiency Standard is Raised for Foreign TA's
Non-native speakers of English must meet a higher minimum test score.
Clinton Discusses New Student Loans with Duderstadt, Recipients, Others
Loans go directly to students and saves taxpayers money.
Real Estate or Real Mistake
Kate Warner makes the case for manufactured housing in America.
Peace Corps Commemorative
The University is presented with a commemorative plaque by the Peace Corps.
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