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Board of Trustees approves tuition, fees for 2011-2012

The Board of Trustees has approved a 3.5 percent increase in total undergraduate charges – tuition, room and board – for next year. Total undergraduate charges will increase to $52,341 for the 2011-12 academic year, which includes $40,050 for tuition and $12,291 for room and board. Trustees also approved tuition hikes for graduate students ranging from 3.5 percent – for general graduate students, engineers and medical students – to 5.75 percent for law students.

What should America do in Egypt? Expert says try nothing

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At a Monday noontime panel discussion on Egypt, Lisa Blaydes, assistant professor of political science, said democracy there must protect the rights of religious minorities and women. History Professor Joel Beinin said whoever the U.S. backs in the conflict will be considered illegitimate.

Technologically assisted reproduction topic of play, panel

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"Taboos," a play by Carl Djerassi, professor emeritus of chemistry, will be performed this weekend in Cubberley Auditorium. Following Saturday's matinee, the School of Medicine will hold a panel discussion on the societal implications of technologically assisted reproduction.

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  • Report of the president: The following Academic Council Professoriate appointments, promotions and reappointments for the periods indicated were reviewed by the Advisory Board of the Academic Council on Nov. 16, Dec. 7 and Dec. 14, 2010 and were approved by the President. See the full report.
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