Faculty submit resignations

The following faculty members have submitted their resignations:

Effective July 1, 2000: Assistant professor of economics Igal Hendel to accept a position at the University of Wisconsin; Professor of Politics Stephen Holmes to accept a position at New York University; assistant professors of mathematics Izabella Laba to accept a position at the University of British Columbia and Jiu-Kang Yu to accept a position at the University of Maryland-College Park; and Assistant Professor of Physics Albert Young to accept a position at North Carolina State University.

Effective Aug. 25, 2000: Professor of Physics Gordon Cates to accept a position at the University of Virginia.

Effective Sept. 1, 2000: Assistant professors of English Patricia Crain to accept a position at the University of Minnesota, Martin Harries to accept a position at New York University and Donna Jones to accept a position at Stanford University; Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Minh Phan to accept a position at Dartmouth College; and Assistant Professor of History Frank Trentmann to accept a position at the University of London.

Effective Sept. 12, 2000; Professor of Physics Lisa Randall to accept a position at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Effective Jan. 1, 2001: William Stewart Tod Professor of Politics and Public Affairs Jennifer Hochschild to accept a position at Harvard University.

Effective Feb. 1, 2001: Assistant Professor of History Eileen Scully to accept a position at Bennington College.

Effective July 1, 2001: Assistant professors of politics Oliver Avens and Annamaria Seleny; Professor of Philosophy Sarah Broadie to accept a position at St. Andrews University; and Assistant Professor of Religion Mark Larrimore.


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February 19, 2001
Vol. 90, No. 17
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Contents

Scientists use computer simulation to explain water's odd behaviors
Krugman demands better supply of knowledge

Page 2
Williams decides to retire
People / Spotlight/ Briefs
Faculty submit resignations
Obituary: Prellet fostered community

Page 3
Falk evaluates Mideast violence with U.N. team

Page 4
Calendar of events

Page 6
Sims earns top NCAA honor
Student wins Sachs award

Page 7
Princeton contingent comes to the rescue

Page 8
Nassau Notes


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