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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 2012 | By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times
The next president of the University of Redlands will be Ralph W. Kuncl, a neurology professor who has been the provost and executive vice president at the University of Rochester, school officials announced Saturday. Kuncl is expected in mid-August to succeed James R. Appleton, who has served as president of the University of Redlands for more than 20 years over two non-consecutive terms. The private university, which enrolls 4,700 students, offers undergraduate and graduate programs at its main Inland Empire campus in Redlands and satellite facilities throughout Southern California.
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BUSINESS
September 2, 1987 | Associated Press
The University of Rochester is planning to re-examine the close relationship between its graduate business school and Eastman Kodak Co., which persuaded the school to rescind the acceptance of an employee from rival Fuji Photo Film Co. Dennis O'Brien, the university president, said Tuesday that the William E. Simon Graduate School of Management will have to reassess some of its teaching methods and educational programs that are closely oriented toward Kodak.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 2012 | By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times
The next president of the University of Redlands will be Ralph W. Kuncl, a neurology professor who has been the provost and executive vice president at the University of Rochester, school officials announced Saturday. Kuncl is expected in mid-August to succeed James R. Appleton, who has served as president of the University of Redlands for more than 20 years over two non-consecutive terms. The private university, which enrolls 4,700 students, offers undergraduate and graduate programs at its main Inland Empire campus in Redlands and satellite facilities throughout Southern California.
NEWS
February 18, 1996 | BEN DOBBIN, ASSOCIATED PRESS
She is six months pregnant, but for her there will be no baby showers, no gleeful decoration of the nursery, no stubborn search for just the right name. She has been in a coma for 10 of her 29 years--and she was in a coma last summer, living in a nursing home, when she was impregnated by a rapist. Her parents have ruled out abortion. So her pregnancy progresses, leading to a joyous event from which she will derive no joy. Her own life had started with so much promise.
NEWS
September 14, 1997 | HELEN O'NEILL, ASSOCIATED PRESS
It was just a drop of liquid, just a tiny glistening drop. It glided over her glove like a jewel. Scientist Karen Wetterhahn knew the risks: The bad stuff kills if you get too close. She took all the precautions working with mercury in her Dartmouth College lab--wearing protective gloves and eye goggles, working under a ventilated hood that sucks up chemical fumes. So on that sunny day in August 1996 when she accidentally spilled a drop, she didn't think anything of it.
NEWS
April 29, 1990
John H. Seinfeld, professor of chemical engineering at Caltech, has been named chairman of the institute's division of Engineering and Applied Science. Seinfeld, who has been at Caltech since 1967, has researched the physics and chemistry of air pollution and the formation and dynamics of atmospheric aerosols. He graduated from the University of Rochester and earned his Ph.D. at Princeton University.
NEWS
December 15, 1988 | Associated Press
An experimental class at the University of Rochester is helping optics graduate students learn to create viable high-tech businesses. "Optical Enterpreneurship" pairs MBA candidates with the optics students, and takes teams through the steps of construction a business plan--from cash-flow charts to attraction venture capital and to developing a client base.
SPORTS
May 22, 1987 | Associated Press
Pat Weishan, a senior at UC San Diego, shot a one-over-par 73 Thursday to take a one-stroke lead after 54 holes in the NCAA Division III national golf championships. Weishan is at one-under-par 215 for three rounds on the par-72, 6,315-yard Westbrook Country Club course. Greg Perry, a senior from the University of Rochester, shot 71 Thursday and is one shot back at 216.
BUSINESS
September 2, 1987 | Associated Press
The University of Rochester is planning to re-examine the close relationship between its graduate business school and Eastman Kodak Co., which persuaded the school to rescind the acceptance of an employee from rival Fuji Photo Film Co. Dennis O'Brien, the university president, said Tuesday that the William E. Simon Graduate School of Management will have to reassess some of its teaching methods and educational programs that are closely oriented toward Kodak.
SCIENCE
February 28, 2009 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Ever wonder why sharks get several rows of teeth and people only one? Geneticists did, and their discovery could one day help adults grow new teeth when their own wear out. A single gene appears to be in charge. When the scientists bred mice that lacked that gene, the rodents developed extra teeth next to their first molars -- backups like sharks grow -- University of Rochester scientists reported Thursday in the journal Science.
NEWS
August 14, 1986
Garry Crummer, a resident of Brentwood, has won a De Kiewiet Summer Research Fellowship from the University of Rochester in New York. He will use the fellowship for biology research in faculty laboratories at the university. Crummer last year recieved a bachelor's degree in music from the university's Eastman School of Music, and is working toward a bachelor's degree in biology.
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