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Gratier and Apter-Danon codirect a project that has tracked the interactions of about 150 pairs of French mothers and their babies from birth to about age 5.
Visscher, the director of Surgical Pathology, to codirect New Frontiers in Pathology, a continuing medical education course held on the campus of the University of Michigan.
When the producers asked us to codirect neither of us particularly wanted to, but it would have killed either of us on our own,' says Mikel Murfi.
EETD Senior Vice President, Robert Shuchman, who will codirect the new institute, calls joining Michigan Tech "a wonderful opportunity.
In the fall of 1995, Fox told Conlon he wanted to appoint a female faculty member to codirect the program with Conlon.
Stay tuned for Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take Two; Greaves's website notes that Steve Buscemi has signed on to codirect a sequel.
Students who attend will become acquainted with business concepts that are essential to entering the business world," said Edward Lazear, the Jack Steele Parker Professor of Human Resources Management and Economics, who will codirect the Summer Institute with Kathryn Shaw, the Ernest C.
They both entered show business as Broadway chorus boys before World War U, but when they appeared together in Rodgers and Hart's Pal Joey (1940) Kelly had become a star, and he never let Donen forget it after they moved on to Metro and began to codirect a fresher, looser sort of musical, such as On the Town (1948) and Singin' in the Rain (1952).
Together DeBow and Storck will codirect Jupiter research to ensure its quality, validity, and integrity.
Boyson codirects UMD's Center for Supply Chain Management and is an appointee to the U.
Rutherford Turnbull, also a US citizen, who also cofounded and codirects the center, which is affiliated to the same center at the University of Kansas.
He is the coeditor of Lew Gallery Editions and Auguste Press, and codirects the MFA in writing program at the University of San Francisco.