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April 17, 1998 | NANCY CLEELAND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When she learned the job she was leaving would be filled by fellow scientist Ralph J. Cicerone, UCI Chancellor Laurel L. Wilkening smiled at the irony. After all, Cicerone was among those who helped foster Wilkening's concern for global environmental issues--a concern she plans to pursue full-time after leaving her post June 30. In turn, he will move into her old office the following day. "I told Ralph . . .
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April 17, 1998 | NANCY CLEELAND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When she learned the job she was leaving would be filled by fellow scientist Ralph J. Cicerone, UCI Chancellor Laurel L. Wilkening smiled at the irony. After all, Cicerone was among those who helped foster Wilkening's concern for global environmental issues--a concern she plans to pursue full-time after leaving her post June 30. In turn, he will move into her old office the following day. "I told Ralph . . .
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June 14, 1995
A group of UC Irvine medical students rose Tuesday to defend their professor, Dr. Ricardo H. Asch, issuing a terse statement of support for the beleaguered physician. About 35 students signed a three-paragraph statement while standing alongside Asch, one of three internationally acclaimed fertility experts accused in court documents of egg-stealing and record-hiding. "Through his work and interactions with us," said the statement sent to UCI Chancellor Laura L. Wilkening, "Dr.
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