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Thursday, April 15, 2004
Tenure at UA harder for women to achieve

Female profs less likely to get tenure, study says

Female professors at the UA are less likely to receive tenure promotion than their male colleagues, according to a Harvard study released Monday.

The study, conducted by the Harvard Graduate School of Education, measured the satisfaction of male and female full-time, tenure-track faculty at six universities, including the UA. It found that junior faculty women are less satisfied than men in academia when it comes to research, mentoring and other work responsibilities. [Read article]

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Not as foreign as the Cannes, not as full of snow-jacketed Hollywood starlets as the Sundance, the Arizona International Film Festival still brings the best and the latest in independent filmmaking to Tucson. [Read article]


This year's spring Club Crawl might feel cozy, with zero bars on North Fourth Avenue participating in the event, leaving East Congress Street to handle all the rocking itself.

"Basically, the (Fourth Avenue) bars backed out," said Jeb Schoonover, event coordinator and Rialto Theatre owner. [Read article]


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Christina Hiett and Christopher DiScenza don't always think alike. Hiett is an art history senior with a studio art minor graduating in May, and DiScenza graduated with a math degree and physics minor two years ago. But the couple has bridged the gap between two disciplines that are traditionally at odds with one another: physics and art.

Their installation at the Lionel Rombach Gallery on the corner of North Park Avenue and East Speedway Boulevard, called "MHDPD Magno Hydro Dynamic Propulsion Devise: The Experiment/the Attenuations," features a video of the propulsion device. It was built by DiScenza, channeling and mixing food coloring in a saltwater fish tank.

DiScenza's intention wasn't to call the experiment artwork until Hiett found it. [Read article]


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