. . . Fall 1999|
The birth of the U-M Medical School.
Cool Blue Website
Some of the Web sites created by U-M faculty, students and staff.
New leader for 'M' Club
Marissa Pollick '78, '81 JD is first female president of letter winners' group.
Professor Emeritus wins Nobel Prize in physics
Martinus J.G. Veltman awarded the 1999 Nobel Prize in physics.
Code of conduct for vendors of U-M-licensed goods
Manufacturers licensed to use U-M logos to tell where goods are produced.
Why grandpa went to war
Prof. Donald Brown helps students see World War II as their elders did.
WWII-era cartoonist is honored by Grad Library
Labor cartoonist Ben Yomenthe creator of Congressman Dripp.
The women of Cato Manor
Graduate students study the a housing development in Durban, South Africa.
Conflict in the park
Grad student researches South African conflict over conservation.
The Trials of Reconciliation
A U-M archivist looks at the challenges facing South Africa.
U-M South Africa Initiatives
Activities of the six-year-old South Africa Initiatives Office.
Fishing America update
Updating the Fishing America Project of fisherman-artist Larry Stark '65.
A Few Days at the Opera
A View From the Bridge, from alumnus Arthur Miller's play, music by Prof. William Bolcom.
Village indigobirds lives the parenting fantasy of stressed-out moms and dads.
Bluebirds on Our Shoulders
Projects support a rebound in bluebird populations.
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