Tuesday, March 26, 1996
Volume 42 Number 25

Senate Officers With the selection of Dr. Vivian Seltzer, right, as Chair-Elect, the Faculty Senate's tri-chair leadership is set for for 1996-97. Dr. William Kissick (left) moves from Chair to Past Chair and Dr. Peter Kuriloff, center, takes office in May as Chair of the Faculty Senate. The complete slate is in this issue, along with a notice of the coming Plenary Meeting April 17.

Going, Going, Gone? Old King Cole, the famous Maxfield Parrish mural at the Mask & Wig Clubhouse on Quince Street, is to be auctioned at Christie's in New York. See Speaking Out. Photo by George Gelernt. Original, oil on canvas, 5'x 12', by Maxfield Parish, 1895.


NEWS IN BRIEF: Refunding $2.4M in New Era Affair; Council Representation: To Committees; Penn Tuition Increase
Faculty Senate: Officers 1996-97, Plenary Meeting
Bulletins: Religious Holidays; Faculty Master and Faculty Fellows
Baccalaureate: Bishop Barbara Harris
Honors: Honorary Degrees, Nat'l Academy of Engineering, Econometric Soc., Global Interdependence Ctr.
Speaking Out: 'Market Value' in Benefits, Selling 'Old King Cole', Editor's Note
Reengineering: Total Compensation
Deaths: Paul Gay, Esther Kahn, Dorothea Killian, Lajos Pukansky
Pocket Penn
Compass Features

Research Funds: Rose Fund, Fellowships in Japan
Summer Tennis Camp
Restaurant/Retail Survey Results
Event Reminders: First Filmmakers, Souls of Du Bois, Make-a-Wish
Update, Calendar Deadlines
CrimeStats; Crime Alert
Three-Year Academic Calendar

April at Penn
Public Safety Strategic Plan

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