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March 14, 1997
Call is out for
The award honors a student for outstanding contributions to public service. Nominees must provide evidence that they have performed outstanding service during the last year.
Self-nominations or nominations from faculty, administrators or students self must be submitted by today to Trudy Flanery, Center for Student Development, Student Union, U-8. Fax: 486-4484. Phone: 486-3425.
ROTC cadets become
The officers will now serve in the United States Army Reserve, Army National Guard, and in the active component of the regular Army. Each will attend an intensive training program to qualify them in their respective fields of specialty. The commissionees are: Gene Won Lee of Trumbull, field artillery, Army Reserve, bachelor's degree in mathematics; Jason Hale Allard of Franklin, transportation corps, Army Reserve, bachelor's degree in biology; Christopher Rowland Anderson of Southington, aviation, Army National Guard, bachelor's degree in communication sciences; Michael Gerard Poirier of Ansonia, engineer, Army Reserve, geography degree from Central Connecticut State University; Meljun J.S. Catalan of Cheshire, infantry, Army Reserve, bachelor's degree in history; Mark Gregory Kurowski, signal corps, Army Reserve, degree in criminal justice from CCSU.
In addition, cadets of the Nathan Hale Battalion Army ROTC program completed 60 hours of winter survival exercises in Vermont. The exercise included military-style cross-country skiing, snow cave building, snow and ice climbing and winter survival skills. Ten cadets from UConn participated. They were: Jose Catalan, Jason Hamill, Justin Hill, Daniel Milligan, Michael Pelkey, Peter Perzel, Bhavesh Shah, Donald Stadolnik, Matthew St. Pierre and Ben Zweibelson.
The cadets were accompanied by Mjr. Walter Lippincott, Army ROTC professor of military science, and Capt. Shannon Clark, assistant professor of military science.
McFadden to describe
sail around the world
On April 13 at the Barney House, T.V. Rajan head of the Department of Pathology, will speak about the foods of India during an international dinner, The Passage to India. The price of the dinner is $40. For tickets, call (860) 674-2796.
Sign up for Mountain
The entry fee is $13 per person, $8 for students, or $15 on the day of the race. Proceeds will benefit the 100 Years of Women at UConn Scholarship Fund. The male and female overall winners will receive a pair of running shoes.