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Employees honored at the annual Staff Appreciation Dinner

Author: Cynthia Day

More than 100 employees of the University of Notre Dame were honored May 18 at the annual President’s Staff Appreciation Dinner. Rev. Edward A. Malloy, C.S.C., University president, presented special awards to a group of veteran employees.p….

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Faculty promotions

Author: Cynthia Day

Eleven members of the University of Notre Dame faculty have been advanced to emeritus rank, and promotions have been announced for 39 others, including the appointment of four faculty members to endowed chairs.p….

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Some remarkable twists on the path to graduation

Author: DAVID W. CHEN

Members of the class of ’98 showed resilience and persistence as they worked toward that sheepskin. A little serendipity did not hurt, either. Take, for example, these stories: p. University of Notre Dame Tim Cordes, a biochemistry major from Eldridge, Iowa,graduated with a 3.99 grade point average to become…

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Insulza will speak on the Summit of the Americas

Author: Michael O. Garvey

JoséMiguel Insulza, Chilean minister of foreign relations, will speak on “Results of the Summit of the Americas: Perspectives on Relations Between Latin America and the United States” tomorrow (May 27) at 11 a.m. in the University of Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Center auditorium. The lecture will be followed by a…

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Movement lacked a leader in the streets'

Author: MARK LANDLER

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Even as students celebrated the resignation of President Suharto Thursday morning, they began calling for an even greater change in the country’s leadership.p. But as successful as the students’ protests have been, it was clear that their movement lacked a leader like Corazon C. Aquino, who inspired…

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Gadfly Rising A Suharto Critic Rallies Indonesians

Author: Peter Waldman

Prof. Rais Courts the Poor, Scares Many Minorities and Eyes the Presidency The Capital as ‘Ghost Town’ p. JAKARTA, Indonesia —President Suharto has proposed his own way out of the political crisis gripping Indonesia: Bear with him a little longer, the 76-year-old ruler urged his people yesterday, and he…

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Senior Tim Cordes makes history

Author: Dennis Brown

What new Notre Dame graduate Tim Cordes lacks in eyesight, he more than makes up for in a vision for his life – what he can accomplish with it and how he can use it to shape the world around him.p. Cordes, the valedictorian at the University’s 1998 Commencement…

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Union-Management Conference to focus on trends in industrial relations

Author: Dennis Brown

“Current Trends in Industrial Relations” will be the theme of the University of Notre Dame’s 41st annual Union-Management Conference, to be held June 12 (Friday). Representatives from unions, industry and corporate management will attend the daylong event, which will take place in the auditorium at Saint Mary’s College.p….

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Outstanding teachers named for 1997-98 academic year

Author: Cynthia Day

The University of Notre Dame Law School and the Colleges of Arts and Letters, Science, Engineering and Business Administration have selected their outstanding teachers for the 1997-98 academic year.p….

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Research conducted by Castellino contributed to the identification of angiostatin

Author: Cynthia Day

Basic research conducted in the laboratory of noted University of Notre Dame blood chemist Francis J. Castellino contributed to the identification of angiostatin, one of the promising new cancer drugs being heralded nationally this week. Angiostatin and another drug, endostatin, are being given top priority by the National Cancer…

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