From Professor Lori AndrewsSeptember 21-22 conference on cloning
The Institute for Science, Law and Technology, in conjunction with Boston University, announces a conference on cloning entitled “Beyond Cloning: Protecting Humanity From Species-Altering Procedures” to be held in Boston on September 21-22, 2001. For further information on the program you can visit: http://www.bumc.bu.edu/www/sph/lw/website/index1.htm
From Professor David GerberResearch assistant
Professor David Gerber is seeking a research assistant with an interest in U.S. antitrust law. There are several projects involved. The duration of commitment can vary from one month to the full semester, depending on the student's availability.
If you are interested, and have taken the basic antitruse course, please drop off a resume outside my office, room 773, or e-mail it to, email@example.com.
From Professor Philip HablutzelSubscription information for the Wall Street Journal
Students can obtain discounted subscriptions to the Wall Street Journal for:
52 weeks = $98; 26 weeks = $49.95; 15 weeks = $29.95
Forms are available at the counter in the bookstore, in the racks on the concourse level, or in the rack outside office 829. If you prefer, you can e-mail Prof. Hablutzel, firstname.lastname@example.org directly. Be sure to included the following:
Most Chicago-Kent students have the paper delivered to their home address; it arrives very early in the morning. When the subscription begins, the newspaper will bill you directly.