was a natural. The Lawn is named to the Top Ten Lawns List by
Briggs & Stratton, the world's largest producer of
lawn mower engines.
University's Division of Continuing Education receives
recognition of its new Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies
degree program with a new name: the School of Continuing and
Dr. Sharon Hostler (above), medical
director of the Kluge Children's Rehabilitation Center,
is awarded the Women's Center's annual Elizabeth Zintl
Award for her work in children's health and women's
advancement in academic medicine.
The Bayly Museum spotlights
African-American Heritage Month with an exhibit of graphic work
by contemporary African-American women.
undergraduates receive grants of up to $4,000 as part of the
first-ever Harrison Research Awards.
The Commerce School
hosts the 19th International Case Competition, bringing five
teams from Canada, Denmark, Australia, Mexico, and the United
States to the University Grounds.
First Lady Barbara Bush stumps for students to get involved
in politics during an address at the University.
William E. Kirwan and
Angela E. Oh join University faculty and administrators in Charting
Diversity, a conference and yearlong self-study designed to
examine our understanding of diversity.