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Briefs ........ June 20, 1997AT&T has donated $100,000 to the UConn Health Center to establish a pediatric cancer research fund. The donation will be matched under UConn 2000.
AT&T donates money for cancer researchs
The money will be used to initiate and underwrite the AT&T/UConn Children's Cancer Program Research Fund, a unit of the UConn Children's Cancer Fund.
"AT&T's donation to our cancer program underscores the Health Center's role in developing new knowledge," said Leslie Cutler, chancellor for health affairs. "This contribution will have a direct impact on cancer research, undertaken right here in Connecticut, to benefit not only Connecticut children, but children everywhere."
Construction leads to change in journals
Journals: Current issues are shelved with the bound volumes for the title.
Newspapers: Newspapers are housed in the Level 3 lobby.
Desk copies: Titles usually held behind the Current Journals Room service desk are shelved in the open journal or newspaper collection, with three exceptions: Nature, Science and Scientific American are available at the Culpeper Library Desk on Level 3.
History of honor society
is topic of new book