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Volume 32 Issue 20

Corrections >

June 8th, 2000

Corrections * The Center for Molecular and Materials Simulation is a joint venture of the Department of Chemistry and the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering. The May 25 University Times incorrectly reported that the center was a single-school project. The efforts to create the labs associated with the center were headed by Kenneth Jordan, […]

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Area studies programs retain national designation >

June 8th, 2000

Pitt area studies programs retain education department designation The U.S. Department of Education has designated four Pitt area studies programs as National Resource Centers (NRCs) for another three years. The redesignation carries with it an award of approximately $3.5 million for the Asian Studies Program, the Center for Latin American Studies, the Center for Russian […]

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Three initiatives designed to help General Studies expand its reach >

June 8th, 2000

General Studies expand its reach Three recent initiatives have expanded the reach of Pitt's College of General Studies (CGS). The college has added a certificate program, extended its presence in the community and developed an in-house advising service geared to nontraditional students. CGS Dean Susan R. Kinsey last week announced the establishment of a new […]

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Teaching lawyers the languages of the law: French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese >

June 8th, 2000

Teaching lawyers the languages of the law: French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese Two law students, one American, the other French, meet on a ocean liner, become romantically involved, and find themselves ensnared in a criminal plot by an evil professor. The latest "Austin Powers" movie? No, it's the plot of a 5-act thriller penned by […]

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Geologist challenges belief about development of area rock formation >

June 8th, 2000

Geologist challenges belief about development of rock formation The Masontown Kimberlite Dike is an undistinguished-looking stretch of gray rocks, sporadically exposed and less than a mile long, that Fayette County residents first noticed around 1860. It was formed many millions of years ago when molten rock, erupting from deep in the earth, pushed its way […]

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