'status to Prof.
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enables retired professors to use the
University as a recommendation
when requesting research grants.
The status also entitles retired
professors to use the library system
and participate in social and
ceremonial functions of the
"The tradition has been that
those decisions have been based
upon purely academic criteria," said
Senate Advisory Committee on
University Affairs Chair Harris
McClamroch. "The judgments have
been made by peers knowledgeable
about the professor's teaching and
The Michigan Daily-Friday, May 29, 1987-Page 5
Museums receive grants
By SUZANNE LEPINE
For the third consecutive year,
two Ann Arbor museums are the re -
cipients of operating grants from
the Institute of Museum Services.
Announced this week by U.S.
Rep. Carl Pursell (R-Ann Arbor),
the Hands-On Museum will receive
$25,235 and the University Art
Museum will receive $72,667.
As an independent agency within
the National Foundation for the
Arts and Humanities, IMS awards
400 operating grants a year, select -
ing from a field of over 1200 mu -
seums nationwide. Both Ann Arbor
museums were awarded the full a -
mount entitled to them, according
to IMS rules -10 percent of the
museum's operating costs the pre -
Janet Torno, the art museum's
administrative assistant, said the
museum is grateful for the grant.
"The funding is especially helpful
because of our recent budget cuts,"
Torno said. The grant will help
supplement their staff and provide
for needed office equipment.
Because these grants are awarded
on a competitive basis, Cynthia
Yao, director of the Hands-On Mu -
seum, thinks they are very impor -
tant to the museum. "This means a
lot in the museum world. The
grants are given on a grading
system, and it says a lot for us."
Daily Photo by JOHN MUNSON
Derek Swancutt, a student at Winchester Kindergarten, studies a finger-
print experiment yesterday at the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum.
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