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November 16, 2001
Volume 39, No. 7

features

Byting the Past: Preserving Old Pages with New Technology
Training the unseen healers: Clinical lab scientist program preps grads for high demand profession
Nonprofits profit from Iowa center
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news and briefs

News Briefs
Pomerantz Center building named in recognition of $10 million gift
Carver Trust gives $10 million for medical research facility
November Longevity Awards presented

announcements

Bulletin Board
Calendar
Deaths

Offices and Awards

Ph.D. Thesis Defenses
Pubs. and Creations
Parking and Transportation now offers 30-ride bus passes
Faculty members invited to apply now for Old Gold Summer Fellowships

other links

TIAA Cref Unit Values

Staff Development Courses

The University of Iowa Homepage


Faculty members invited to apply now for Old Gold Summer Fellowships

The Old Gold Summer Fellowship Program is a developmental program for faculty on nine-month appointments that provides recipients funding for summer work on an approved developmental project. Fellowships may be awarded to support research and creative activities and instructional development activities. Each summer fellowship is expected to result in at least one project for publication, exhibit, performance, or instructional use. For faculty who begin their UI appointments during or after the 2001-02 academic year, awards are a fixed $6,000. When applying for the fellowship, faculty members shall express a preference to receive the award either as (a) a salary stipend (from which taxes and fringe benefits will be deducted), (b) a research grant without salary support (tax-exempt) that shall be used to support travel, equipment, or other research or instructional development needs, or (c) a specific combination of (a) and (b). If no preference is specified, awards shall be made as salary. For more details, refer to the web site www.uiowa.edu/~provost/facdev/index.html#oldgolds. DEOs should receive applications by Nov. 30 and then forward to collegiate deans by Dec. 7. The Office of the Provost should receive applications by Feb. 8, 2002.

For information about guidelines and procedures for nominations, please contact Lee Anna Clark by e-mail at la-clark@uiowa.edu or Jan Swartzendruber, at (33)5-0146.

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