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Business PhD Student Invited To Prestigious Conference

April 13, 2004

Steven Harrod, a second-year PhD student in the Department of Quantitative Analysis and Operations Management in the UC College of Business, is one of just 20 students from around the world invited to the Council of Logistics Management Doctoral Symposium in Philadelphia.


Speakers Explore Roots of Prejudice

April 13, 2004

As part of Holocaust Awareness Weeks 2004: Facing Prejudice, Drs. Paul and Anna Ornstein, emeriti professors of psychiatry at the UC College of Medicine, will present "From Prejudice to Genocide," Wed., April 21, at 11 a.m. A reception and book signing will immediately follow.


Exploring UC Majors Fair May 13

April 12, 2004

UC students can explore different majors and career fields, plus schedule an appointment for academic advising at the UC Majors Fair.


Paul Theroux To Lecture At UC Tonight

April 12, 2004

Celebrated author Paul Theroux, whose credits include "The Mosquito Coast" and 23 other novels, will visit UC on Tuesday, April 13, for a lecture titled "The Disconnected Traveler in Post-Imperial Africa." The talk is part of the Ropes Lecture Series and is free and open to the public.


McMicken Welcomes Elliston Poet-in-Residence C.D. Wright

April 12, 2004

We are pleased to welcome C.D. Wright to campus this quarter as this year's Elliston Poet-in-Residence. Ms. Wright will be in residence the entire month of May, during which time she will teach a poetry workshop and give three public presentations of her work.


Jessica Aspra

April 12, 2004

Jessica Aspra is an active volunteer who says the key to success is to get involved.


UC To Host Social Security Informational Session

April 6, 2004

Common questions about Social Security and retirement will be reviewed when UC's Human Resources office sponsors "The Social Security Retirement Benefits Workshop" in a pair of one-hour sessions on April 14.