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24 Sep 1998: Lawrence Castellani resigns as chair of UB Council. Lawrence Castellani, chair of the UB Council, has resigned his position, effective Sept.
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1 Jan 1998: Lawrence Shulman as dean of the Graduate School of Social Work.
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1 Jan 1998: Re-elected to three-year terms as directors were Sheldon M. Berlow, chairman, Berlow Real Estate, Inc.; Lawrence D.
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22 Oct 1998: UB also got interceptions from sophomores Jeff Lawrence and Eric Pipkins.
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1 Oct 1998: Lawrence D. Drake, assistant dean, Millard Fillmore College. Carole A. Filipiak, Secretary I, Department of Otolaryngology.
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1 Oct 1998: Ramanapra-sad, research scientist; Eugenia Smith, project staff associate; Lawrence Schnitzer, research scientist; Ajay Shekhawat, senior research scientist; Yong-Shul Shin, research scientist; Rohini Srihari, principal research scientist, and
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1 Jan 1998: Lawrence P. Castellani, former chair of the University at Buffalo Council and the Board of Trustees of the UB Foundation, Inc., received the UB President's Medal in recognition of extraordinary
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7 May 1998: Lawrence D. Michael, from business manager to assistant dean for resource management in the School of Management.
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7 May 1998: Obituary. Lawrence Washington Chisolm, 69, humanities scholar and professor of American studies at UB since 1968, died at home April 29.
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19 Mar 1998: Whether the "helping professions" should continue to be based on a "medical model" will be discussed by Lawrence Shulman in a "UB at Sunrise" program from 7:30-9 a.m.