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ORUM
ued from Page 1
.oity," he said, adding that estab-
hing private developments such as
taurants and theaters could make
campus more student friendly.
tie also discussed his concern about
┬░ability of North C'anipus to satisfy
sic student needs.
"We have an image of people hun-
ring around the campus looking for
" Bollinger said.
ntor said Iniversity administra-
-s are presently addressing other
rth Campus problems such as secu-
and transportation issues.
The forum also addressed the signif-
Lce of interdisciplinary work
ween professors that can often be
npered by the distance between the
puses.
Cantor said the administration are
xognizes this problem and current-
sworking with department offi-
to facilitate faculty communi-
ton.
'Both the president and I spend
Ie talking to deans on campus
out the need for collaboration,"
ntor said.
Bollinger said smaller universities

generally have more interdisciplinary
work, but the University is a pleasant
exception to this trend.
"The greatness of the University
of Michigan has been heavily depen-
dent on interdisciplinary work," he
said.
The town meeting did not only focus
on North Campus issues.
LSA senior Jordan Berke asked
Bollinger about the University's rela-
tionship with Nike and the contract
with the company, which will be
reassessed in the year 2000.
Berke said the University's handling
of this relationship is now especially
meaningful in light of the recent hockey
championship, which further established
the Michigan Athletic Department as
one of the nation's leaders.
Bollinger said the Nike debate is
important to the University administra-
tion.
"The provost and I have spoken with
the athletic director, Tom Goss. We've
had conversations about this issue. It is
tom's principle responsibility to be
thinking and working on this,"
Bollinger said.
He said the administration has full
confidence in Goss' ability to address
the Nike contract.

GOLDEN BERG
Continued from Page 1
to her, said School of Business Administration Dean
B. Joseph White.
"I wrote a note to myself to call her immediately to
thank her for a decade of service to ILSA," White said.
"We at the Business School have cdone a lot of collab-
oration with LSA and she has always been a wonder-
ful colleague."
Although Goldenberg implemented many new ini-
tiatives during her career as dean, many said it was a
tenure marked by controversy.
To many members of the Utniversity community,
Goldenberg is best known for declining her canidacy
as a finalist in the 1996 presidential search.
But Duderstadt said controversy is the mark of a
successful, active dean.
"If there's no controversy over a leader, then they're
not doing anything," Duderstadt said.
Religion and English Prof. Ralph Williams said dis-
agreement is inherent to the job.

"There will be disagreement, it could not be other-
wise," Williams said. "But I think everyone acknowl-
edges that Edie's positions are principle ones. I believe
she is always spoken of with respect"
Under ier leadership, LSA completed what is
believed to be the most successful fund-raising cam-
paign done by a public arts and sciences college that
raised S 10 million for the college.
Goldenberg also instituted the Undergraduate
Research Opportunity Program, increased the number
of endowed chairs and enhanced the quality and num-
ber of undergraduate seminars.
Law School Dean Jeffrey Lehman said
Goldenberg's character is strong.
"I will miss Dean Goldenberg's vision, her leader-
ship, her commitment to academic values and her
devotion to the long-term goals of the University of
Michigan," Lehman said. "I hope that the University
can do as well in choosing her successor."
Williams said Goldenberg is "intelligent, decent
and caring," adding that he "respects Dean
Goldenberg enormously." He said the role of an

The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, April 7, 1998 -, 7
administrator is a difficult one that few can master
"We call people to be administrators," Williams
said. "No single person can do everything. No single
person wishes to do everything.
"We just try to get and support the best out of every
person,' Williams said.
Goldenberg said that although she is looking for-
w ard to the time off. there are still some matters to be
taken care of in the coming months
"We will be paying a lot of attention to budgetary
matters,"G oldenberg. "We have a whole set of build-
ing projects that are about to start."
Prior to serving as LSA dean, Goldenberg was an
LSA faculty member and served as director of the
University's Institute of Public Policy Studies, which
became the School of Public Policy irn 1995. She holds
degrees from Stanford C niversity and the
Massachusetts Itstitute of Technology.
Before entering academia, Goldenberg worked in
the Office of Personnel Management in Washington,
D.C., as an election consultant for ABC television and
as a reporter for The Boston Globe.

DEANS
Continued from Page 1
Bollinger said the framework of the
administration allows deans to be
involved in key decisions throughout
the University.
"A very large amount of authority is
invested in the deans and I think that is
one of the geniuses of the Michigan,"
structure Bollinger said.
Law Dean Jeffrey Lehman said that
because the administrative structure is so
decentralized, a flux of deans does not
disrupt the overall operation of the
University.
"When there are vacancies in the

executive central body, it does mean
that some important decisions are
deferred, but it does not mean there are
shifts toward the deans of the faculty,"
Lehman said.
John Chamberlin, interim dean of
the School of Public Policy, said a
constant change in deans does not
cause an administration to be unsta-
ble.
"I think we've coped quite success-
fully" Chamberlin said. "I don't think it
presents any issues at all."
Chamberlin said that although hav-
ing to replace different school heads
may pose some logistical problems, it
allows for the schools' leaders to

bring various perspectives to the
administration.
"I think if it has a downside at bring-
ing people up to speed, it has an upside
of people bringing new ideas,"
Chamberlin said.
Jeffrey Rauch, chair of the mathe-
matics department, agreed that a flux of
deans allows for innovative ideas.
"I think it can be for the better. On
the other hand, the whole person in
power for a long time leaving is disrup-
tive," Rauch said. "It is riot my impres-
sion there has been a particularly large
turnover."
Chamberlin said the deans meet
with Provost Nancy Cantor two times

each month to discuss issues impor-
tant to all of the University's schools.
But Chamberlin said the most sub-
stantive work done collectively by
the deans takes place in subcommit-
tees.
Several of the recent dean appoint-
ments approved by the University
Board of Regents are Earl Lewis as
dean of the Rackham Graduate School;
Douglas Kelbaugh as dean of the
School of Architecture and Urban
Planning; and George Kenyon as the
dean of the College of Pharmacy.
Interim posts include Lorris Betz in the
Medical School and Chamberlin in the
School of Public Policy.

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wanted. Busy household is looking for an ex- skills. Req. some lab work. Send letter &
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PAINTERS NEEDED to paint. Complexes
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marketing & management experience. Call 1-
800-743-5556 ext. 143 or visit
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SPECIAL GIFT-We're looking for healthy
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Hiring 6-8 individuals for immediate
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SPORTS OFFICIALS

WANTED- STRONG, energetic, reliable
person for P/T Bam help. 995-0092. -.-
WOULD YOU LIKE TO WORK outdoors
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child care PARENTS NEED A PLACE TO STAY
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YOGA TUESDAYS 12-1 p.m. First Con-
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NEEDED. Spr./sum. or longer term. Looking register call 663-3798.
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Tues. 3-6:30 p.m. Thurs. & Fri. 3-5:30 p.m.
More sum. hrs. if desired. 2 children, ages 8 -
& 12 in our Bums Park home. Good pay for
reliable n-smkg. w/own car, ref. 769-2875.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for after school
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for details. Ann Arbor Public Schools Rec. & girl. Mondays or Wednesdays 9 a.m.-l p.m.
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tical business experience, work 10 hrs./wk. the job for you. Laoking for a loving, non-
Pick up an application at the Student Publica- smoking nanny for our shree girls (10, 6, and
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TRAVEL-TEACH ENGLISH:da MOTER'S aer 30 p
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P/T CHILDCARE Provider needed in our
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Car & ref. req. Great pay2 Great kids! Call
Two Student Programming Assistants for Lynn @ 662-1706.
a) musical programs and SITTER NEEDED June-Aug. 3 kids 12 &
sp ecial events and 15 yin. old. 15-20 bin. 3-4 times/wk. Must
b) lectures/workshops and have car pay neg. Call 995-9367.
social/cultural programs SPR/SUM JOB. Sitter needed for one 2 yr.
old. Tues. 12:30-4:30, Fri. 12:30-4:30, &
fcR the Michigan Leagse Prmgammisg Mon. or Thurs. 4-8. Reliable transportation
DESIEOD needed. Helen 994-8553.
a) First Position
Knowledge of the local music indus-
try and experience in implementing tickets & travel
musical programs/events
b) Second Position
Experience in planning and
implementing educational lectures
and workshops and social/cultural
programs. $ LOW FARES WORLDWIDE & Summer
TO APPLY - Charters to Europe. Frankfurt from $629,
Application forms are available at the London from $449, Shannon from $429. In-
Michigan League Sales and Scheduling stant purchase Eurail passes. Regency Travel
Office, 911 N. University (across 209 S. State 665-6122.
Burton Tower and Hill Auditorium). $ STUDENTS Purchase your tickets with
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For more information please call Travel 209 S. State St. 665-6122. Frances.
the Michigan League Programming ACTION-PACKED TOURS for 18-35
Office, 734-763-4652. yer-olds in Eurpe and Australia at Student
Deadline for application Travel Breaks in Ann Arbor. Stamos Travel
is Friday, April10. 663-4400.
Hired individuals will start by Fall 1998 EUROPE-SUMMER '98
$209 (each way plus taxes)
Caribbean/Mexico $229 r/t
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tion or related field, experience with children/ 616/276-9502.
families. Starting salary $21,000 w/full
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resume to Child Care Network. 3060
Packard, Ste. G. Ann Arbor, 48108 or fax to M u s ic ;
734-975-1860 by April 20. EOE.
WANT A SUMMER ADVENTURE? Help
1,000 bicyclists cross the country. Support
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within yourself. Volunteer, join the Crewl
Call 1-800-BIG-RIDE today. LESSONS-STRING-WIND-PIANO. You
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for part-time bookkeeping positions w/ A2 302 E. Liberty 665-8001.
firm. Flex. hrs. 913-0690.__

2 ROOMMATES WANTED to share 2
bdrm. apt. off North Cmps. May to May lse.
$250/mo. Fem. only Call 747-6893.
3 HOUSEMATES NEEDED Fall/Winter.
1401 S. State St.
Call Cheri 327-0019 or Jen 998-4723.
FEMALE UNDERGRAD. looking for a
room in a house/apt. so rent for Fall '98 only.
Please call Elana @ 668-1632.
personal
ADOPTION
Abudant love and guidance will be given to
your baby. Let us help you fulfill the dreams
& expectations you have for your child.
Caring couple w/ much so share is seekting a
baby so & nurure. An adop'on plan sakes
courage. Expenses paid. Please call Joan
ad Bill 1.800.311-7663.'Thank you.
SPECIAL EGG
DONOR NEEDED
Loving infertile couple is
hoping to find a compassion-
ate woman to help us have a
baby. We're hoping for some-
one who has blond or brown
hair and blue eyes. We'd be
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