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November 16, 2001
Volume 39, No. 7


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


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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

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TIAA Cref Unit Values

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The University of Iowa Homepage

Parking and Transportation now offers 30-ride bus passes

The University of Iowa Parking and Transportation department will be selling 30-ride bus passes for use by University employees and students on Iowa City Transit. The pass was created to offer people who walk or bike to work an alternative to driving when the weather is unpleasant. The cost of the pass is $15 and is available to UI employees and students who meet specific requirements (see below for details and exceptions).

Employees and students who do not meet the requirements may purchase the pass at the nondiscounted rate of $20. The pass currently is not valid on Coralville Transit buses. Passes will be sold only through the UI Parking and Transportation office.

To be eligible, UI employees must reside in Iowa City and may not have a commuter, surface reserved, or ramp reserved parking permit, a vanpool assignment, or an annual UI faculty/staff bus pass.

UI students must reside in Iowa City and may not have a commuter, surface reserved, ramp reserved, or Mayflower parking permit, or a semester bus pass.

Passes must be paid for in cash at the time of purchase. Additional passes can only be purchased if two months have elapsed since the purchase of their last 30-ride pass. Lost or stolen passes will not be refunded or replaced but should be reported to UI Parking and Transportation, in order to deactivate the pass. Damaged passes may be replaced if the pass is brought to the UI Parking and Transportation office and the number of rides used can be determined. The cost of the replacement pass equals the cost of the rides used.

For more information, call (33)5-1475 or visit the web site at

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