UA physics professor still critical but stable

A University Medical Center spokesperson said UA physics professor Peter Carruthers was still listed in critical but stable condition yesterday.

Carruthers underwent brain surgery to remove a blood clot Sept. 19 following a rollover car accident on North Campbell Avenue.

Gifts and cards for Carruthers are being accepted at the physics department where deliveries will be made daily to Carruthers.


The Graduate College and the Division of Student Affairs are requesting nominations for outstanding minority graduate students at the UA.

Awards will be given to one male and one female in the master's level program and one male and one female at the doctoral level. Recipients must be Graduate College ethnic minority students who are U.S. citizens, members of a traditionally under-represented group in graduate studies, and have completed at least 18 units of Graduate College credit.

Nominations are due in the Dean of Students Office by Friday.

Business showroom

The Kachina Business Machines Mobile Showroom will be at the Cactus Garden on the UA Mall today.

Presented will be some of the "most advanced office technology, including innovative new copiers, duplicators and fax machines."

Career fair

The 1995 Retail Career Fair Activities open today, beginning three days of campus activities.

Today at the Southwest Retail Center, an open house and poster display will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Retailer poster displays also will be in Gallagher Theater from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The Retail Career Fair Symposium will begin at 3:30 p.m. in Gallagher. Terry Lundgren's speech will be "Building a Career from Campus to CEO."

A reception will be held in the Gallagher Theater foyer from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Travel stipends

The Women's Studies Advisory Council is offering travel stipends to professional meetings in the fall of 1995. The funds are available to graduate students presenting papers that focus primarily on women.

Applications should be submitted to Pat Hinlo in the Douglass Building Room 102 by 5 p.m. on Oct. 20.

Read Next Article