UMD STUDENT RECEIVES AIGA MINNESOTA SCHOLARSHIP
UMD student Brook Lorntson received the annual American Institute of Graphic
Arts Minnesota Student Portfolio Design Scholarship. The scholarship is
a $1,000 scholarship based on merits of a students portfolio.
UPDATE EXPERTS LIST
It is time to update the UMD Faculty and Staff Experts
List on-line at: http://www.d.umn.edu/currents/experts/. Faculty and staff
who wish to be included should submit the following information: name,
title, work phone, work address, home phone (optional), e-mail address,
web address (optional), and three to nine topic descriptors. Included
faculty and staff should review their listing and submit any changes.
Changes and submissions will be accepted until Friday, November 29. Departments
are asked to send notification for faculty and staff who are no longer
at UMD. Send submissions to Cheryl Reitan at email@example.com with Expert
List in the subject line.
ARTISTIC BASKETS DISPLAY
During the month of November, the UMD Library will host a display of baskets,
both traditional and contemporary, most of them handmade by basket weavers
here at UMD. Display cases are located in the lobby of the Library and
in the red concourse at the junction of the Library with SBE.
RECYCLED WHITE PAPER PAYS
UMD is committed to helping the environment through recycling and now
its a paying operation. UMD is being paid for collecting white paper
to be used in paper making and other industries. By contrast, UMD is charged
to haul other paper products to the recycling facility and its charged
even more to haul trash to the landfill. Do your part, separate and use
the white paper recycling bins.
Why does UMD recycle? Each year, the United States uses 85.5 million tons
of paper, of which we recycle 22%, or 19 million tons. Of the remaining
paper, we could recycle up to 70% or 46 million tons. And those 46 million
tons could save 782 million trees. For information about recycling at
UMD contact at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 726-8144.
WEBER STORY TO AIR WORLDWIDE
Tuning the Hall, a feature story on the new UMD Weber Music
Hall created by Minnesota Public Radio reporter Bob Kelleher will be carried
world-wide by stations of the Voice of America, on the program Our
The UMD Weber Music Hall story will also be translated
into other languages for broadcast on other VOA stations.
Kellehers story on the Weber Music Hall featured
acoustician Russell Cooper. The story aired on MPR News and Music stations
Thursday, October 24. A web page with the story can be found at news.mpr.org/features/200210/.
Jim Loukes is retiring after 33 years of service to UMD. Wish him farewell
on Thursday, December 5 from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. in Griggs Center.
For information contact Mary Jo Aubin at 726-7582 or e-mail email@example.com.
A food drive will be held on campus December 2 - 18. Drop off your
non-perishable food items from 8:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. at the table in front
of the Statesman office in Kirby Student Center. Donations will be given
to the local food shelves. Sponsored by AFSCME Local 3801 and 3800.
CONSERVATION BIOLOGY PROPOSALS
Abstracts are now being accepted for the 17th Annual Meeting of the Society
for Conservation Biology, to be held June 28 July 2, in Duluth.
The local organizing committee is accepting abstracts for invited symposia,
poster and oral presentations. The theme of the meeting, Conservation
of Land and Water Interactions, will focus attention on water, forests,
wetlands, the Great Lakes, other large lakes and rivers of the world,
marine and coastal systems, and associated biodiversity issues. Deadline
for submission is January 10. For more information, see the meetings
web site at www.d.umn.edu/ce/conferences/scb2003 or contact Kris Lund
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 726-7810.
NEWS FROM UMD STORES
UMD Stores Events:
Look for shelf tags in the Bulldog Shop, Campus Books, Computer Corner
and Marketplace! Stop in Campus Books and get your free gift from Jeff
On December 5 and 6 the UMD Stores will
host their annual Holiday Sale in the Kirby Rafters. Get 20% off imprinted
clothing, gifts, videos, and much more! Hours for December 5 are 9 a.m.
- 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Friday, December 6. Gift wrapping will also
be provided by Gamma Sigma Sigma. Money will be donated to their organization
Campus Books Events:
On Wednesday, November 20, there will be a 20% off general book
sale on selected books.
From December 2 - 7 there will be a color film enlargement special.
Some exclusions apply.
Wednesday, December 4, have your holiday photo taken with the Grinch
from 11a.m. - 1 p.m.
Get 20% off Thanksgiving greeting cards from Monday, November 11 -
Museum Store Event:
The Museum Store Holiday sale will be
Tuesday, December 3.
UMD Stores Holiday Hours:
On Wednesday, November 27, Campus Books, Bulldog Shop, Computer
Corner and Marketplace will close at 4:30 p.m. From Thursday, November
28 - 30, all stores will be CLOSED.
Questions? Contact Cheryl Reitan at 726-8996.
Currents can be viewed at www.d.umn.edu/currents
Currents is printed regularly throughout the school year. Students Amelia
Anderson and Heather Ziebell helped edit this issue of Currents.
The Fall Semester 2002 schedule continues as follows:
Deadline: Wednesday, December 4; Print: December 10.
Deadline: Wednesday, December 18; Print: December 24
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