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Friday

August 2, 1996
10:38 am

Bates student named Mitchell Scholar

Brandi Richards ’98 of Kingfield is one of 20 Maine residents named to receive a $2,500 scholarship from a fund created by former U.S. Sen. George J. Mitchell.

Monday

July 15, 1996
10:54 am

Bates professor selected to participate in Advanced Placement reading

Richard C. Williamson, Bates professor of French, was selected to participate in the annual reading and scoring of the College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations in French.

Monday

March 25, 1996
10:24 am

A Muskie-Bates chronology

1936: Graduates from Bates, cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, with degree in history and government. Enters Cornell Law School, graduating in 1939.

Tuesday

March 12, 1996
11:23 am

Madeline Kunin to Lecture at Bates

Madeline Kunin, deputy secretary of the United States Department of Education, will give a talk at Bates College on (Thursday) March 7 at 7:30 p.m. in Room 204 of Carnegie Science Hall. The public is invited to attend free of charge.

Tuesday

March 12, 1996
10:52 am

Bates Students to Discuss African-American Protest in Maine

The final part of Miller’s talk will consider the stragegies devised by the civil rights movement within Maine as well new directions in social transformation pursued by the contemporary African American community.

Tuesday

March 12, 1996
10:35 am

Labor Historian to Speak at Bates

A consultant for “Struggles in Steel: The History of African-American Steelworkers,” a documentary film to be released later this year, Hinshaw is the author and editor of numerous publications concerned with race, ethnicity and labor history, including the forthcoming book he co-edited with Paul LeBlanc, “U.S. Labor in the Twentieth Century: Studies in Fragmentation and Insurgency” (Humanities Press, 1997).

Wednesday

March 6, 1996
10:06 am

Human Rights is Lecture Topic

Jack Donnelly, a professor in the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver, will discuss “The United Nations and Human Rights: Past Achievements and Future Prospects.” The talk, in the Benjamin Mays Center, is open to the public at no charge.

Friday

February 16, 1996
9:44 am

Scientist to Speak at Bates

Distinguished scientist Jack E. Dixon will discuss “Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases: Their Roles in Signal Transduction” at Bates College on March 8 at 7:30 p.m. in room 204 of the Carnegie Science Center. The public is invited to attend free of charge.

Dixon’s talk, the second in a series to celebrate the establishment of a new Bates major in biological chemistry, will include a discussion of the biochemistry of cell cycling and the role of biological chemistry research in society.