Tuesday, October 6, 2003 * Volume 27, Number 3 | PDF

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Chris Parno, a UMD senior physical education major, received the Mary Lampe Scholarship from the Minnesota Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. The Mary Lampe Scholarship is awarded to professionals, including full-time undergraduate and graduate students in good standing with MNAHPERD, in their quest to enhance professional/educational development. Parno is only the second UMD student to receive this scholarship over the past 10 years

Sammy Case and Meghan Roth, UMD Physical Education and Health Education majors, both received University of Minnesota Womens’ Physical Education Alumni Association Scholarships.

administrative NEWS

Vote for Bob Nielson as Liberty Mutual’s NCAA Division II Football Coach of the Year!  The winning coach in each division receives $50,000 to donate to charity and the Alumni Association will receive $20,000. Click on http://www.coachoftheyear.com/Vote-for-Your-Coach.aspx and follow the prompts. Vote every day through Dec. 6.

In July 2008, ITSS moved campus servers into the new data center in Kirby Plaza.  During the summer of 2009, ITSS improved the networking for the data center so that networking is the fastest in the University of Minnesota system. The network backbone to and from the data center runs at 20 gigabits per second. Each server in the data center connects to the backbone at 10 gigabits per second.  With the growth in virtual servers and overall data storage, this new infrastructure provides faster speeds and greater operational continuity.

ITSS has completed a multi-year project to install an instructor podium with a control panel in all general-purpose classrooms and full-access computer teaching labs on campus.  The control panels make it easy for instructors to connect a laptop to the projector, sound system, and other technology devices in the classroom or lab.  All classrooms and labs are configured in a consistent way, designed to make use as easy as possible for instructors.  The next step will be to connect the control panels back to a central server, which will be used to monitor the technology devices and determine when a device needs repair or maintenance.

UMD Stores Balloon Sale is Wed., Oct. 14. Pop a balloon and get 25-80% off UMD wear and gifts.

UMD Stores is a proud sponsor of UMD Bulldog Athletics. The first 500 people at the UMD Homecoming game on Oct. 17 will receive a free UMD Bulldogs mini-football.

A Brighter UMD Energy Event has CFL light bulbs, desk lamps, table lamps, floor lamps, nightlights and holiday lights specially priced through Minnesota Power to save energy and money. Minnesota Power will make a donation to the U-Pass Program for every product purchased through October 31, 2009. http://www.mnpower.com/umd

For store hours, events, and merchandise visit http://www.umdstores.com.

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