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David Schottenfeld said Joseph's
background as a social scientist and
as an epidemiologist lends a fresh
perspective to her work and
contributes to the excellence of her
teaching, for which she has won
several awards. She has also
conducted research in a variety of
interdisciplinary medical and social
issues. Now, her emphasis lies in
the research she is doing on AIDS.
Some say there are two
epidemics - an epidemic of AIDS
and an epidemic of fear. This fear,
Joseph said, has forced about 5
percent of the gay men in her study
to become celibate.
"This epidemic is not just a
} medical problem," Joseph said. 40
percent of the population she
studied knows someone who has
been diagnosed with or died from
AIDS.
"It's provocative to see how the
community is wrestling with this
problem," she said. "The massive
upheaval of AIDS and the threat of
AIDS is probably the most unusual
and important threat occurring in
American society."
Joseph receives high praise from
her colleagues. "I honestly think
Jill is one of the brightest people I
know," said one co-worker, a
graduate student who wished not to
be identified. "She knows an
er~ormous amount in terms of the
methods of scientific research and
about the substance of the field of
social epidemiology. She brings
both a concern with human aspects
and attends to the scientific rigor to
b able to do a project well."
Joseph began teaching in the
School of Public Health in 1983,
See JOSEPH, Page 5

The Michigan Doily - Wednesday, April 1, 1987 - Page 3
MSA installs new
officers, members

By MARTHA SEVETSON
LSA juniors Ken Weine and
Rebecca Felton were officially
installed as the new president and
vice-president of the Michigan
Student Assembly last night. In
addition, the 26 students elected as
representatives from 11 of the
University's schools and colleges
became assembly members.
The officers and representatives
were chosen in the campus-wide
elections last month. The
remaining 24 assembly seats are
filled by representatives elected to
18-month terms in the 1986
election, and will be relinquished in
November.
MSA President Weine said the
new staggered election process has

eased the transition for new
members.
Weine said his primary goal now
is to increase assembly contact with
students. "I want to see the
assembly reaching out rather than
fighting within," Weine said.
The assembly will broadcast its
meetings over campus radio station
WJJX and is setting up a conference
of the University's MTS computer
system. Both moves are designed to
improve constituent contact.
In other decisions, MSA passed
a resolution supporting the
Graduate Teaching Organization's
tuition, salary, and class size
demands and unanimously allocated
$350 to BAM III.

Faithful fans Daily Photo by DANA MENDELSSOHN
Ann Arbor residents Anne and Bob Kuhn brave the cold yesterday to watch Michigan take on Bowling Green in
baseball. The Kuhns say they attend all Wolverine baseball, basketball, and football games, and neither is an
alumnus.

Brinke-rhoff to retire

GE0'U'
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compensation (salary plus tuition
waiver) to TAs, the GEO said.
A strike by the GEO would be
illegal, according to a Michigan law
that prohibits public employees
from striking. As to the effects of a
strike on students, little is known
at this point due to the University's
refusal to comment on contract
issues.
Many departments have just
begun to think about contingency
plans. English Department head
John Knott said LSA departments
are required tohave such plans
formulated by the end of the week.
Neither LSA Dean Peter Steiner nor
Carolyn Copeland, the LSA
associate dean who is handling this
issue for LSA, were available for
comment.
Jean Carduner, Romance Lan-

to return to talks

guages Chairman, has just begun to
make strike plans.
"The number of classes we have
taught by TAs - especially in the
elementary language courses - is
huge," Carduner said. "Trying to
reassign (those classes) to lecturers
would be terribly difficult."
Haddy said if there was a strike,
TAs would picket, but not block

off, buildings to make people aware
of the strike.
Carduner compared the sentiment
this year to that in 1975, when the
TAs struck for a month over many
of this year's issues. "In '75, there
was a more militant feeling in favor
of the union," he said. "There was
more momentum then."

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and outside the University com-
munity has been unusually varied.
Starting as an assistant manager of
the Chicago Daily news travel
bureau, he moved to director of
industrial relations at Argus
Cameras, then to Chemotronics
International, and then to the
University in 1962. After
beginning his University career in
plant operations, he eventually
moved from business operations to
his current position.
Brinkerhoff has a bright outlook

for the University's financial future.
"As long as the different
departments keep operating within
their budgets, we shouldn't
experience any financial difficulties
in the near future," he said.
Brinkerhoff added that he feels
both human and mechanical re-
sources at the University are being
utilized about as well as possible..

NAACP plans open forum on racism

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display, it calls more attention to
this than the group which holds a
dialogue. Other groups have done
some very good things," said
Nelson.
Nelson said the NAACP has met
with the administration on an
ongoing basis in the past, and that

different groups were working for
the same basic goals.
"We're not in competition with
each other; we are working toward
the same objectives," said Nelson.
One member from the Ann
Arbor NAACP chapter was present
at the negotiation sessions held
between UCAR and BAM student

leaders and the administration last
week, but no student NAACP
members attended.
Nelson said that the NAACP
will begin to sponsor more events,
beginning this Sunday with an
open forum on improving relations
between minority students and
faculty and staff.

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What's happening in Ann Arbor today

Immediate Openings for
1987 Engineering/Computer Science/Technical Graduates (BS,MS)

Campus Cinema
-Summer Paradise (G. Lindblom,
_4977), CG, 7:00.& 9:00,p.m., Aud,
A.
One season in the life of a four-
generation family as they gather at
their seaside summer home. Swedish
with subtitles.
Play It Again Sam (Herbert Ross,
1972), Med, 7:30 & 9:15 p.m., MLB
In yet another poignant and hilarious
self-portrait, Allen plays a recently-
divorced schmuck who gets advice
fronm the spirit of Bogart in his quest
for one moment of romantic bliss
which will match and justify all the
cinematic cliches he's come to identify
with.
The Maltese Falcon (John
Huston, 1941), MTF, DB L/7:00
p.m., Mich.
The epitome of the private eye genre.
Sam Spade (Humphrey Bogart) goes
looking for whoever offed his partner,
and gets tangled up with a slew of
shady characters, all of whom are
greedily trying to grab the "stuff that
dreams are made of'.
Play It Again, Sam (Herbert
Ross, 1972), MTF, DBL/9:00 p.m.,
Mich.
See above.
What Do You Say To A Naked
Lady? (Allen Funt, 1970), AAFC,
DBL/7:00 p.m., Nat Sci.
Even those who are apt to shrug off
the claims of feminists will have to
agree that this is a suprisingly sexist,
mean-spirited string of X-rated hidden
camera gags. Funt should be slapped
upside his bald-spot for this one.
Sex Kittens Go To College
(Albert Zugsmith, 1960), AAFC,
DBL/8:45 p.m., Nat Sci.
She's a stripper! She's a scientific
genius! And she's coming to campus
as the head of the new science
department! University life will never
be the same after the SEX KITTENS
GO TO COLLEGE! Tuesday Weld and
Martin Milner.
Performances
Stuart Mitchell- 8:30 p.m.,
Mainstreet Comedy Showcase, 314
East Liberty, (996-9080).
Nanci Griffith and her Band-
7:30 p.m. and 10 p.m., The Ark, 637
1/2 S. Main, (761-1451).
Speakers
Paule rrv- "Frnm Pire nd Chv:

and The History of Art Dept., 7:30
p.m., Angell Hall, Auditorium A.
Paul Findley- "The Role of the
Israeli Lobby in U.S. Foreign
Policy," 7:30 p.m., Lorch
Auditorium.
John Hatch- "Social and Political
Stability in Soviet Industry During
Nep," Center for Russian and East
European Studies, noon, Lane Hall,
Commons Room.
Corneliu Bogdan- "Eastern
Europe and the Relations Between the
Superpowers," Center for Russian and
East European Studies, 4 p.m.,
Rackham West Conference Room.
Anatole Senkevitch, Jr.- "The
Stalinist 'Wedding Cake' Tall
Buildings in Postwar Moscow and
their New York Antecedents," 8 p.m.,
Rackham Ampitheatre.
Robert Glaser-"Expertise,
Knowledge, and Instruction," Center
for Research on Learning and
Schooling, 4 p.m., School of
Education, Tribute Room.
Meetings
LSA Student Government- 5
p.m., 4003 Michigan Union.
LASC- 8 p.m., 1407 Mason Hall.
Hispanic Community- 7 p.m.,
Michigan Union, Pond Room.
Asian Students Committee- 7
p.m., 439 Mason Hall.
TARDAA/Dr. Who Fan Club-
8 p.m., 296 Dennison Bldg.
Furthermore
Safewalk- Night time safety
walking service, 8 p.m.-1:30 a.m.,
102 UGLi or call (763-1000).
Computing Course- "Using
Macros With TEXTEDIT," 3 p.m.,
4003 SEB, (747-2424).
Archery Club- 8 p.m., The
Coliseum, Corner of Fifth and Hill,
(747-8349).
Residence Hall Repertory
Theater- "The Relationship
Show," 8 p.m., Hillel; "Whose Values
are You?" 9 p.m., Hillel.

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