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The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has named Harold P. Larson at the University of Arizona in Tucson the 1999 Arizona Professor of the Year.
Lucy Ziurys,University of Arizona professor of astronomy and chemistry, is the first female scientist to receive the Morino Lectureship from the University of Tokyo for her scientific work in the field of molecular spectroscopy and its application to astrochemistry.
The University of Arizona Office of Summer Session will honor four outstanding faculty at the 12th Annual Excellence in Teaching Awards reception on Friday, Nov. 12.
Anne L. Wright, research professor in the UA pediatrics department, has been named assistant director of the Arizona Respiratory Sciences Center.
Dr. Ronald R. Weinstein, chairman of the UA department of pathology and director of the Arizona Telemedicine Program, recently was elected president of the International Council of Societies of Pathology.
Works of outstanding regional American Indian artists will be showcased during Tucson Rodeo Week.
UA physics/astronomy/law alumnus Robert J. Rose will lecture on the strengths of science as a basis for a career in law Nov. 8 at noon.
The Agriculture "100" Council announced today that John R. Norton III, owner of the J.R. Norton Company of Phoenix, will receive the 1999 Agriculturist of the Year award.
John Norton, head of J.R. Norton Company, Phoenix, will receive the 1999 Agriculturalist of the Year award tomorrow from the Agriculture "100" Council for Norton's contributions to agriculture, the economy and civic organizations.
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