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Page 12-Friday, December 10, 1982-The Michigan Daily
Program studies U.S.

qa . I =ty t I/'s / 5 By SUZANNE RAMLJAK
foodt ofStay tuned this winter for the premier
food of a new University program designed
for the to explore the role of social and
,stud ent economic organizations in American
culture.
budge f- The Program in American In-
stitutions will provide students with an
W d eli ve r opportunity to examine the nation's
government and social and economic
1232 PAC'MRD 994-3151 groups on a broad, comparative basis.
, A n- at1I S _0 THE PROGRAM'S courses involve
o - t H , , -faculty members from the economics,
political science, business, law, history,
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Students to examine
social, economic role

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and sociology departments, as well as
members of the Institute for Labor and
Industrial Relations and the Institute
for Social Research.
"The faculty involved will be sen-
sitive to the fact that no discipline of-
fers the 'right way' to study the com-
plicated ways in which individuals and
institutions interact to produce social
outcomes," said Economics and Public
Policy Prof. Paul Courant, a member of
the program's executive committee.
Aimed primarily at undergraduate
students, the program's three courses
next term will include Industrial
Relations in the U.S., taught by Prof.
Arthur Schwartz of ILIR; Governing
the Bureaucracy, taught by Political
H1APPY
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Entire Family
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Techniques of the Regul
taught by Law School Pr(
Payton.
SO FAR, THE undergra
to like the idea; the course
term are nearly full.
The program will al
student internships in gov
fices, private businesses,t
social organizations. Stud
required to take the progra
to obtain the internships,
allow them to gain practica
in their academic fields,
said.
THE PROGRAM was m
by a gift of $2 million fr
alumnus A. Alfred Tau
chairman and chief execut
the Taubman Company, In
"I developed The P
American Institutions at th
of Michigan to express m
the education of our na
leaders," Taubman sa
Program provides a vital
to voice my confidence in A
stitutions and the free
system."
Taubman also added tha
the program "will pr

institutions
challenging, exciting, and rewarding,
both to the students as well as to the
)s faculty."
ALREADY, faculty members in-
volved in the program's planning have
rbach; and expressed much interest and en-
atory State, thusiasm in the new venture, according
of. Sallyanne to the program's Interim Director;
John Jackson.
dutes seem "The faculty is excited about the
es for winter challenges pose~d by this new inter-,
disciplinary undergraduate program,"
Jackson said. "Individuals from many~j
so support deprtmnts hav enthusiastically con-.
'ernment of- tributed their time, effort, and intellec-
uniions, and ta nryt eiigti rga
sents will e and creating and teaching new cour-
am's classes ses."
which will Jackson also said the program is im-
1 experience po in showing that innovation and 4
professors growth are taking place at the Univer-
d sity and that undergraduates are the
ade possiblecentral focus for this activity.
n Unviersity Courant agreedd that "unlike most
ubman, the special programs at the University, thej.
ive officer of Program in American Institutions is5
c. of Troy. oriented towards undergraduate-
rogram in teaching. This alone makes it quite
e University special."
y interest in "I like the idea of teaching
tions future sophomores for the first time," said,
Lid. "The business professor and executive com-
opportunity mittee member David Lewis. "During
America's in- the 17 years I've been on the faculty,
enterprise I've taught only graduate students and
it he believesupperclassmen.
*ove to be

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notes.
Hill St. home broken into
Stereo equipment, some cash, and a
clock were stolen from an apartment in
the 1100 block of Hill St. between 5 p.m.
Tuesday and 7:45 a.m. Wednesday,
police said. The thief apparently
gained entry through a fire escape they
said. There was no estimate of value of
the stolen goods.
Television, radio
ripped off
A thief made off with a radio and a
television valued at $85 from a home in
the 900 block of Oakland Wednesday
night, according to police. The thief
gained entry through a back door that
may have been unlocked, authorities
said.

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You can make the biggest
event of the year even bigger
with a visit to Disneyland. The
holiday season is our hap-
piest time of year with festive
decorations, strolling Dickens
Carolers and more magic
than you can imagine.
Best of all, you'll be here
when we present "Fantasy On
Parade," our traditional holiday
celebration saluting famous
Disney film classics like Snow
White and Mary Pop pins.
So plan to make us part of
your Southern California trip.
And good luck in the Rose

DECEMBER 25-30 NEW YEAR'S EVE
Open 9 AM-Midnight PARTY
Starring Sing Auld Lang Syne with Mickey
Sarig w3and his friends.
Shari Lewis 8:30 PM-2:30 AM

Les Brown and His
Band of Renown
JANUARY 1
Open 9 AM-Midnight
Starring
Melba Moore
Steel Breeze

Starring
Melba Moore
Steel Breeze
Skiles & Henderson
Pete Candoli & His
Orchestra with Special
Guest Connie Haines
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