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INDEX 1994

JANUARY 13, 1994

(Vol. 14, No. 9)

This index page is for reference only; stories in this issue are not available online. Print editions may be found in the periodicals stacks of the Charles Young Research Library.

GORE DETAILS TELECOMMUNICATIONS IDEAS - Vice President Al Gore delivers major address at Information Superhighway Summit by Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and UCLA's Center for Communication Policy.

WILSON PLAN BOOSTS UC's BUDGET 3% - Gov. Wilson proposes UC budget with 3.2% increase.

UCLA SALUTES YOUNG ON 25 th YEAR AS CHANCELLOR - Salute to Chancellor Charles E. Young on his 25th year as UCLA's chancellor.

RESEARCHERS WIN GRANT TO OPEN ASTHMA CENTER – New Asthma, Allergic and Immunologic Disease Research Center to open at UCLA Medical Center.

EVERETT OLSON DIES – Obit: Everett Olson.

FACULTY JOIN TIMES BOARD - Faculty join Board of Advisors for the Los Angeles Times.

FULL STEAM AHEAD FOR NEW CAMPUS ENERGY PLANT - New Energy Systems Facility (chiller-cogeneration plant) on line and on budget.

PECCEI OUTLINES GOALS AS NEW PHYSICAL SCIENCES DEAN - Roberto Peccei appointed dean of physical sciences division.

ENGINEERING SCHOOL TO RETRAIN DEFENSE WORK FORCE - School of Engineering gets $9.7 million grant for defense conversion.

ARTIST'S WORKS IN PERMANENT WHITE HOUSE DISPLAY - Ceramist Adrian Saxe honored at White House.

RESEARCHERS FIND GENE THAT CAUSES SHINGLES VIRUS - Gene that causes shingles found by Phillip Wackym and team.

HEARING TONIGHT ON NURSING PROPOSAL - Proposal to downsize School of Nursing subject of hearing before Academic Senate faculty ad hoc committee.

EMPLOYMENT RATE FOR GRADS OF UCLA REMAINS HIGH - Employment rate among UCLA graduates remains high even in recession.

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