FINE: On Friday, Feb. 3, 2012, Sara Fine of Tel Aviv, Israel, and formerly of Pittsburgh; beloved wife of Paul Glasser; loving mother of Carolyn Fine Friedman, Sibyl Fine King and David Fine; beloved bubbe of nine grandchildren; daughter of the late Joseph and Rose (nee Murovitz) Fogel; sister of the late Meyer Fogel and Frieda (nee Fogel) Riemer; also survived by one niece, four nephews and their children. Interment was in Eretz Hachaim Cemetery in the Jerusalem Hills, Israel. Sara earned her bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees from the University of Pittsburgh and was a professor at the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Information Science for decades; there she brought her background as a licensed psychologist to pioneering research on the human response to technology. Fine lectured throughout the world and her books, articles and lectures were translated into many languages. She went to Israel on a Fulbright scholarship for her sabbatical year, fell in love with the country and made aliyah in 2000. In Israel she was a professor of information science at Bar Ilan University, studied Hebrew, mastered chess and built a life centered on friends, interests and her many talents. Contributions can be made to the Sara Fine Institute at the University of Pittsburgh, which was created to continue Sara’s studies on the relationship between humans and technology. Gifts can be mailed to University of Pittsburgh, Office of Institutional Advancement, 128 N. Craig St., Pittsburgh, PA 15260. Please write checks to “University of Pittsburgh” and note “Sara Fine Institute – in memory of Sara Fine” on the memo line of the check; or, visit www.giveto.pitt.edu to make your gift online.