The Reporter
Issue no 485 | 28 October 2002
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Pay on its way
Following ballots, all the trades unions have accepted pay offers for 2002-03.
Making music
Dr Kia Ng is leading an EU collaboration exploring how the latest multimedia technologies can help in restoring and preserving music scores and manuscripts.
High level literature
Mountaineering legend Walter Bonatti is returning to Britain for the first time in 18 years to speak at the University.
South Yorks scholarly success
Twenty-five young people gained a place at university this year, thanks to their hard work and the Ogden scholarships.
Easing the way
New materials to ease the transition of maths students from school to university are to be devised by Dr Mike Savage.
Another challenge
After the success of Leeds' University Challenge team, computing students have followed suit.
Bye to biology
Three members of staff, with 100 years service between them, have retired from the school of biology.
Open to all
The Christmas 'do' run by Dean Walsh in estates, is open to all University staff this year.
Lucid information
A new service, making library resources available to outside companies, is to be launched this month.
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