LBJ School of Public Affairs Record Online

Spring 2002 Edition

Features

Former President Bush will salute Johnson legacy
30th anniversary timeline

Events
Advisory Council meets in D.C.
HBO films screened
July conference to examine state fiscal policy
Binational group considers water problems
Symposium focuses on U.S.-Mexico relations
Workforce forum targets hard-to-reach populations
Barbara Jordan Forum examines digital divide
Art contest organized
LBJ School hosts broadband event

Visitors Gallery

Faculty News
Auerbach organizes Federal Reserve conference
Schmandt retires in May
Apfel testifies before Texas Legislature
Chamber of Commerce honors Inman
Rodríguez promoted
Meadows named distinguished UT grad
Students honor Prince and Jack

Alumni Update
Moua wins Minnesota Senate seat
Doll heads California Power Authority
Garza resigns as Austin City Manager
Class of 1972 visits
30th anniversary fellowship established

Bulletin Board
Bush will address LBJ School grads
UT commencement will feature Dorn

Staff Notes
Albin retires in August
Flores recalls early days of School
King wins staff award


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