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Posted April 21, 1999

Allan Jacobs

Professor of City and Regional Planning Allan Jacobs has been named winner of the 1999 Kevin Lynch Award from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Jacobs is honored for his "remarkable contributions to city design over the course of a career as planner, educator and author."

The Kevin Lynch Award is presented annually by MIT's Department of Urban Studies and Planning to honor "outstanding contributions to the making of places that invoke and capture a generous relationship between an urban place and the people who use it."

Carol Christ

Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Carol Christ was inducted into the Douglass Society April 14 at Douglass College's annual Founders Day celebration. Christ graduated from Douglass, the college for women at Rutgers, in 1966. Society membership is awarded to prominent alumnae.




April 21 - 27, 1999 (Volume 27, Number 31)
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