News Releases for

June 1998

June 4

Theologian Douglas Meeks named to Wesley studies chair at Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt to present seminars on object-oriented technology

June 9

All work and no play is bad for corporate America

June 12

Gene linked to Glaucoma, several birth defects

June 16

Women more likely than men to put emotions in motion

June 23

Family Re-Union focuses on the well-being of the family

Vice President and Tipper Gore call for family-centered health care

Tipper Gore speaks about effects of mental and behavioral illnesses on families

May '98 Releases

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