UNIVERSITY of PENNSYLVANIA
Almanac

Tuesday,
February 18, 1997
Volume 43, Number 22

IN THIS ISSUE

HONORS: Humboldt Award and Sloan Fellows; Memorial to Mr. Major

Next Steps in Benefits Redesign

Getty Grant for Landscape Series

NCAA Review in Final Stages

Sited on the Web: PNC, Black History

Deaths: Dr. George Koelle, Dr. Wm. Klein

The 'Stanley Cup' Teams

Funding for Interdisciplinary Courses and for Faculty Seminars in Humanities

REMEDY: Recycling Medical Supplies

From the Vice Provost for Research: A Layman's Guide to Conflict of Interest

COMPASS Features
-- Still Publishing Significant Scholarship
-- Look Here: Best Art on Campus
-- Talking Point: Why Other Railroads Are Wooing Conrail
--Field Trip From the Moon

OPPORTUNITIES

Update

CrimeStats

Odadaa! Ghanian Musicians and Dancers

TALK ABOUT TEACHING: Teaching Teachers at Penn (Larry Robbins and Herb Levine)

Pullout: Supplement to the University of Pennsylvania Faculty/Staff Telephone Directory for 1996-97 (no longer available)




Two architectural favorites that turned up on lists of the best works of art on campus: Louis Kahn's Richards Building (at top) and Adele Naudé Santos's Institute for Contemporary art (above). See the Compass feature.

At left: On side B of the partially restored black figure amphora at the University Museum, Ajax lifts the body of Achilles. (Click on thumbnail at left for detail of amphora. Both images courtesy of the University Museum web site.)


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