100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 01, 1992 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 1992-07-01

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

8-The MIchIgan Daily Summer Weekly- Wednesday, July 1,1992
SNR prof. wins Pew Scholarship

by Beth Echlin
Assistant Professor of NaturalRe-
sources Terry Root was chosen as one
ofl0internationalrecipientsofaschol-
arshipawardedtoexceptionalpersons
researching the conservation of bio-
logical diversity.
The Pew ScholarsProgramin Con-
servation and the Environment -
which distributes $150,000 over a
three-year period - is based in the
School of Natural Resources. It is tai-

lored to aid young researchers whose
needs have not been met.
The scholarship wascreatedin 1989
as a division of the Pew Charitable
Trusts, a Philadelphia-based private
foundation whichsupportsprogramsin
the areas of conservation, culture, edu-
cation,health and human services, pub-
lic policy and religion.
The 10 finalists were rated on their
scholarly record, problem solving abil-
ity, and outreach record and potential.

The scholarship will allow Root to
continue her work on how the environ-
ment affects populations of birds win-
tering in North America. Root is also
investigating whether possible physi-
ologicalmechanismsmay prevent spe-
cies from expanding their ranges.
Root finished her post-doctorate in
the School of Natural Resources and
was the only ecologist to receive the
Presidential Young Investigator award
in 1990.

t
c
by
Da
vo
Ur
(Ui
leg
lot
an(
lat
to
nog
tiv
- ion

Planning commission holds forum on central A2
by Hope Calati Thursday. The relaxation of group housing The participants at the m
Daily Staff Reporter The forumnwas the last in a series of zoning requirements was proposed by ommended that affordable1
The Ann Arbor Planning Commis- three designed to gauge public reac- the Central Area Plan Citizens Task made a high priority. Partic
sion elicited public input about central tions to planned changes in the central Force, avolunteerpanel thathasguided curred with the recommen
Ann Arbordevelopmentataforumlast area. the Planning Commission. These the City Planning Depart

neeting rec-
housing be
ipants con-
ndations of
ment that a

changes woultd eas e esricions on fra-

VAGINITIS STUDIES
Studies of Candida (yeast) infections of the vagina are being
conducted by Barbara D. Reed, MD, MSPH and colleagues
at the U-M Briarwood Health Center and the U-M Family
Practice Center at Chelsea. These studies are designed to test
reasons that yeast infection recur in some women, and to test
new treatments for infections.
PROVIDED: Free Visits to the Office
Various Laboratory Tests for Vaginal and
Cervical Infections
Treatment for Yeast Infections
WOMEN, AGES 18-65, who have symptoms of vaginal
itching or discharge to call about current protocols,
eligibility requirements, and benefits.
FOR INFORMATION please call:
Susan Countryman, Research Assistant 998-7390 (M-Care
« .. . A - - A? 'nI t - , - .- __" .

terity,sororityandcooperativegrowth.
"There were representatives from
studenthousing groups,"saidCity Plan-
ner Wendy Rampson. "What happens
heremayresultinsomepositivechanges
for those groups."

system of residential parking permits
be created, parks space be expanded
andatownsquarecreatedintheLibrary
block, and that historical buildings and
preservation projects be publicized.
TheUniversitycomprisesmorethan
30 percent of the central area.

" - a --- A T_

CAMPUS APARTMENTS-FALL 1992 1
Efficiencies Studios res
1.2.3 Bedroom Apis. tha
con
Various Locations and Amenities 8 and 12 Month Leases the
Furnished + Unfurnished Apartments Available sta
injt
Listings available at U-M Off-Campus Housing or Call: gan
WILSON WHITE CO. INC. aga
995-9200 ma
Mon-Fri 8:30-5 Sat 9-2 EHO
abs
A free ticket to a movie at The Michigan Theater!!
Just participate in a voting study for less than an hour in
Un
What: A study about voting and elections. ing
Where: Central campus/ hik
When: Anytime between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m .out
How long: About 40 minutes inc
Who: U-M students
Call: 995-0900 and ask for the
Voting Study sor
' S.]
Center For Advanced Research bei
cats
em
pro
dir
rect
~ HAPPENING ofs
one
RECREATIONAL SPORTS
Intramural Sports Program
SAND VOLLEYBALL SOFTBALL
3 ON 3 BASKETBALL
Entries close: Wednesday, July 1, 1992
Entries close: Wednesday, July 8, 1992
11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. IMSB
TENNIS
(Saturday & Sunday, July 18 & 19,1992)
Entries open: Wednesday, July 8,1992
Entries close: Wednesday, July 15,1992
11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. IMSB
HAVE AN ENJOYABLE & SAFE 4th OF JULY!!!
CALL 763-3562 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION -

VISA reps
o attend
ISSA
Melissa Peerless
ily Staff Reporter
The Michigan Student Assembly
ted during its June 23 meeting to
ad a four-person delegation to the
nited States Student Association
1SSA) convention at Gallaudet Col-
ge in Washington, D.C.
The USSA is an organization that
bies Congress for students' rights
dactively supportspro-studentlegis-
don.
Althoughtheassemblyallotted$700
send students to the August conven-
o, MSA President Ede Fox saidithas
ityet been decided which representa-
es will attend.
The assembly also voiced its opin-
eon several different groups in the
mr of resolutions at the meeting.
LSA Rep. ToddOchoasponsored a
olutioncondemning police brutality.
Theresolutionreads,"Beitresolved
t the Michigan Student Assembly
ndemn the verdict which acquitted
Los Angeles Police Officers as a
tement against police brutality and
ustice at the University of Michi-
n."
Engineering Rep.BrianKightspoke
ainsttheresolution,callingita"mish-
.sh
The resolution passed 7-2 with two
tentions.
Ochoa also sponsored a resolution
solidarity with students at Rutgers
iversity,whooccupiedcampusbuild-
s in protest of a 13 percent tuition
e. In the resolution, Ochoa pointed
that the University faces a similar
rease in tuition this year.
The resolution passed 9-0 with two
tentions.
RackhamRep. RogerDeRoospon-
ed a resolution in recognition of U.
Rep. William Ford (D-Mich.) "for
ng the students' number one advo-
e in the U.S. Congress ... and for
powering students in the legislative
cess by allowing students to have a
ect say in the drafting of policy di-
tly affecting their lives and the lives
students for years to come."
The resolution passed 10-0 with
abstention.

w
0

am my r patio
*24 hu ontore5~diaam
system~cat
quipmet
*T.& paddle ball mo

-ow you - --a-su - save money ay
sharing the rent-and keep your
privacy tool
Cosigners welcome.

UNIVERSITY
TOWERS
The Best of Campus Life!
FurnishedLApartments
Great Lostion
rner of S. University&S. Forest
536 5. Forest Ave.
761-2680

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan