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James E. Turner, the founding director of Cornell's Africana Studies and Research Center, was reappointed to the post for a five-year term by the provost, effective July 1. A professor of Africana Studies whose first stint as director lasted 17 years, Turner is a political sociologist specializing in African-American social movements and is a leading expert on Malcolm X.

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Claude Steele, professor of psychology at Stanford University, will present the 1995-1996 Flemmie Kittrell Lecture at Cornell on Monday, April 29, at 7:30 p.m. in Uris Auditorium.

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College students from several East Coast states will visit Cornell the weekend of April 26- 28 for a conference celebrating Mexican-American art and culture.

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Changes in the workplace continue to breed a climate of hostility and fear that is turning the workplace into a domestic battleground. But crisis management experts have found a new way to diffuse the hostility: They are using dispute resolution for violence prevention.