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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 22, 1996 - 7

4CHRIST
Ce)ntInued from Page 2.
"every program, every school to aspire
t6 be at least in the top 10" nationally.
"The academic distinction of particu-
lary the social sciences and profession-
al schools are just extraordinary" Christ
said. She said laboratory sciences
would be the target of improvement ini-
tiatives under a Christ administration.
* She also said tenure should be an
incentive to draw top researchers into
the classroom. Tenure should be based
not only on professors' research
achievements, but also on their com-
mitment to teaching, Christ said.
Regent Laurence Deitch (D-
Bloomfield Hills) said economic acces-
sibility is important to the future of the
University. He said he was pleased by
Christ's "deep connection to excellent
blic education."
"This place, and the notion of access
to a place like this, resonates in our
soul," Deitch said.
After the two hour question-and-
answer session, Deitch said in an inter-
yiew that Christ's experience in cost-
itting works in her favor. As evidence
of her preparedness to deal with the fis-
cal problems of the University Medical
Center, Christ described her experiences
#ith a 16-percent funding cut imple-
mented at Berkeley's medical center.
"As an administrator, one is always
responsible for difficult decisions,"
cirist said. She said dealing with the fis-
cal crunch in California taught her how
to prioritize and succeed in tight times.
" Although Christ's academic speciali-
ty is Victorian literature, she said she is
ready for the change looming in the age
of information.
"What I would bring is a determina-
*on and a commitment to uphold the
ideals of the University ... in the best
way I can," Christ said in closing
remarks to the regents. In the town meet-
ing later that day, Christ said she is pre-
pared for the changes encompassed in an
increasingly computerized university.
"Don't think that residential campus-
es are on their way out, but courses are

CAMPAIGN
Continued from Page 1
Redford Twp. said the credit Clinton
receives for creating jobs and stimulat-
ing the U.S. economy in the past two
years is undue.
"The entire record that Bill
Clinton likes to refer to is the record
that emerged when Bob Dole
became Senate majority leader,"
Engler said.
Engler said Republican governors
who have slashed regulations and cut

"I don't think anyone came out to
Michigan in 1993 when we had the big
tax increase to see if you could afford
it," Dole said.
State government is "closer to the
people," and therefore more equipped
to make taxation and business regula-
tion decisions, Dole said.
Dole didn't stick to economics,
though. He criticized Clinton's for-
eign policy regarding Somalia and
Bosnia and referred to recent discov-
eries of campaign donations from an
Indonesian family to the Democratic

party.
"I didn't

going to be different," Christ said. "The
ways instruction is going to be deliv-
ered is going to be different"
LSA Student Government President
Paul Scublinsky asked Christ about the
challenges of Value Centered
Management, the University's new
budgeting system.
Scublinsky said he was impressed
with Christ.
"I like that she came from humani-
ties," Scublinsky said. "With (former
President James) Duderstadt there was
too much emphasis on business, not
enough on actually educating"
Dan Serota, an LSA representative in
the Michigan Student Assembly, said he
likes Christ's track record of dealing
with student leaders. Christ said she
often met with students to discuss
major University issues.
"Her experience in consulting stu-
dents shows real promise if she is cho-
sen as president," Serota said.
Deitch said Christ left a positive
impression.
"I was very impressed with Dr.
Christ, as I'm sure I will be with all four
candidates'" he said. "Every one of
them is going to have some unique
experiences.
"It was a wonderful start'
-Daily Staff Reporter Ann Stewart
contributed to this report.

capital gains tax
deserve the
praise for cre-
ating a
healthy envi-
ronment for
business to
grow.
"We want
to do for
America what
t h e s e
Republican
governors are
doing for their
states;' Kemp
said.
Voinovich
said private
industry,
including
Michigan's
automotive
mecca, is in
danger because
of federal and state
those enforced by

cc

es in their states

think I'd live

"The entire
record that Bill
Clinton likes to
refer to is the
record that
emerged when
Bob Dole became
Senate majority
leader5.f
- John Engler
Michigan governor

enough to see
America get
foreign aid. The
trouble is, it's
all going to the
Democratic
party," he said.
Wisconsin
Gov. Tommy
Thompson was'
noticeably
absent from the
summit yester-
day
Speculations
were raised
about his sup-
port of the tick-
et, due to com-
ments about thi
Rep ubl icau
campaign pub
lished in The
New York

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regulations, such as
the Environmental

JOHN KRAFT/Daily
Ann Arbor reading
Joyce Carol Oates returns to Ann Arbor to read excerpts from her newest
novel last night at Borders Books and Music. About 100 people showed
up to hear pieces of "We Were the Mulvaneys."

Protection Agency, that can stifle growth
instead of protect citizens.
"The people in Michigan and Ohio
should be concerned about (Vice
President) Al Gore and his environ-
mental standards,"Voinovich said.
Dole chastized Clinton for his claim
that the federal government can't afford
the 15-percent across the board tax cut
and balanced budget proposal Dole
supports.

Times.
The governors who attended reaf-
firmed their support for the:
Dole/Kemp team, however, and said
that the only poll that counts is the
tally on election day.
They stressed the congressional and
senatorial races in their own states,
however, as important for the
Republican party.
"This campaign is a late-develop-
ing campaign," Engler said about the
Republican presidential ticket.

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*HODOROW
Continued from Page 1
-"He started off bumpy, but he developed
well," Kuriloff said about Chodorow's
relationships with students and faculty.
t"This is a tough, critical faculty. It took
tan a while to adjust to it:'.
Kuriloff said faculty would now be
sorry to see him leave. "Penn would be
sorry to lose him," he said. "He's well
*espected. He's easy to deal with. He's a
real person"

The provost's current academic inter-
ests include technology's impact on high-
er education and the influence that virtu-
al universities will have on academia.
At a virtual university conference
held in January 1995, Chodorow spoke
about how a virtual education will rev-
olutionize university life, including stu-
dent-faculty relationships. He said vir-
tual universities will force institutions
to redefine and improve their academic
courses.
As provost, Chodorow has spent

much time designing and working to
implement "The 21st Century Project"
- an effort to address critical issues
facing higher education as they apply to
Penn.
In looking at Penn's future,
Chodorow said he has researched how
buildings influence learning. Former
University President James Duderstadt
spent much of his presidency recon-
structing the University's physical
structure.
"It is an irony to a medieval historian

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because universities didn't originally
have buildings," Chodorow said.
Chodorow also said he's interested in
the changing role of libraries and schol-
arship in the electronic age. At the 1995
virtual university conference,
Chodorow spoke about how librarians
will no longer be "organizers of infor-
mation" but instead will become "pre-
servers of knowledge."
In his free time, Chodorow said he
takes 60-70 mile bike rides around
Pennsylvania. He also enjoys cooking
and has always been the family chef, he
said.
Chodorow said he was looking for-
ward to today's meetings and talking
more with the regents about issues spe-
cific to the University.
"The contribution that a place like
Michigan can make to the state and the
nation is enormous," Chodorow said.
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A mayor who is always willing
to reach out to improve
relationships (even in the
most challenging situations).

THIS' MONT

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Mayor Ingrid Sheldon and
Mayor Greg Lashutka of Columbus, Ohio.
Paid for by the Ingrid Sheldon for Mayor Committee
Doug F. Ziesemer, Treasurer, 122 S. Main, Ann Arbor 48104

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