' Table of Contents CONTENTS

F E A T U R E S
Pitt Magazine
March, 1995
REINVENTING THE WHEEL
Rory Cooper of PittÍs Human Engineering Research Labs does more than raise the standards of wheelchair technology. He also raises the conciousness about people with disabilities....by Curt Wohleber

Clearing the Hurdles

ItÍs not just an adventure, it's a job
THE SOUL OF THE CAMPUS
A celebration of photographs of Heinz Chapel, where visitors take pleasure in archetecual elegance and stained-glass splendor....by Mark Collins
CLEARING THE HURDLES
Some see progress in women's sports, others see the strugle. Pitt's female atheletes see it as a job to do, and they do it well....by Mark Collins
LIGHTING THE WAY
Changes--in society, in the job market, in students themselves--mean changing the way universities provide much-needed support services....by Laura Shefler
D E P A R T M E N T S

Acting Stick

The Art of the Interview
4200 FIFTH AVENUE
The company we keep

LETTERS
Our readers write

TUCK SHOP
Snack-sized stories

THE COMMONS ROOM
Patient Learning...A student's guide
To the future....Democracy in action

CLASSES YOU MAY
HAVE MISSED

Kathryn Atman on Goal Setting and Achievement

EXTRA CREDIT
Literature
Buried Treasure
Science
Interview with the Stars
Society
Louder than Words

HOMECOMING
Calandar...Class Notes and Spotlights...Alumni Notebook....Edited by Sally Neiser

42ND FLOOR
Love and War...
by Tommy Ehrbar

C O N T R I B U T O R S
Harry Giglio--("Clearing the Hurdles") Recently, Pittsburgh based photographer Harry Giglio's work has gone to the dogs--literally. Giglio's list of corporste clients has expanded to include several pet food manufacturers. A photo of Giglio's pet Weimaraner, Jean hangs in the National Crime Museum of Art in St. Louis.
Mark Bolster--(Cover and "Reinventing the Wheel") Pittsburgh based photographer Mark Bolster calls himself a "people/lifestyle" photographer. In addition to working with clients as diverse as Mellon Bank and Hills Department Stores, bolster also instructs photography students on ethics and business prea ctices.
ON THE COVER: Rory Cooper of Pitt's Human Engineering Research Laboratories shows off a computerized wheel that helps to tailor wheelchairs to users' needs. Photo by Mark Bolster.