The Johns Hopkins Gazette: November 10, 1997

Nov. 10, 1997
VOL. 27, NO. 11

Lois Perschetz named editor of The Gazette
Martha Hill: America's queen of hearts
Chomsky looks at "Ourselves and the Other"
CultureFest: Our Taste of the World
Trick or treat?
United Way: Thirty prize winners drawn in end-of-
campaign lottery
In Brief
Classified Ads
Employment Opportunities
An Undergraduate Life: The writings on the wall
Weekly Calendar
Weekly Notices
Johns Hopkins Gazette Online Edition

Trish Van Zandt:
Mathways to the Brain

When Trisha Van Zandt declares that psychology should be treated as a hard science, some of the nation's most influential people are listening.

She recently learned that her admirers extend all the way to the White House, where she received a prestigious Presidential Early Career Award last week through the National Science Foundation.
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Hopkins Hits Cyberspace with New Health Sites
Now Johns Hopkins is expanding its role in cyberspace by adding its expertise and credibility to a health information company available through a growing number of on-line computer services. InteliHealth--a joint venture between Johns Hopkins University and Health System and Aetna U.S. Healthcare that was founded early last year--is now available on America Online (AOL) and on a free-standing World Wide Web site ( The service is described by AOL as an anchor tenant for its Health Channel, where subscribers can tap into a growing body of health and medical information bearing the Hopkins imprimatur.
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