Monthly Archives: June 2004

David H. Zysman, Vice President for Development Emeritus, Eulogized by Dr. Herbert C. Dobrinsky (Excerpts)

We are assembled to pay tribute to a deeply cherished relative, friend, co-worker and brother who has been called to his eternal reward after 82 years which means he attained and surpassed the age of Gevura – of strength and heroic achievements.

Messenger RNA Mystery Solved: Einstein Scientists Show How mRNA Travels Through the Nucleus

In a paper appearing in the June 18th issue of Science, researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine have solved the mystery surrounding cell biology’s greatest escape: the crucially important migration of messenger RNA molecules out of the cell’s nucleus so that genetic instructions can be translated into proteins.

Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Addresses 2004 Cardozo Graduates

Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor urged graduates of Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law to pursue careers in public service in a commencement address she delivered June 1 at the school’s 26th commencement exercises at Avery Fisher Hall. Justice O’Connor was awarded a Doctor of Laws degree by Yeshiva University at the commencement, conferred by president Richard M. Joel, in what was a first for Cardozo.