April 6, 1998
Share your ideas on Student Union renovations April 7
National Student Employment Week recognizes working students
Students work for a variety of reasons, such as skill development, enhancing career decisions, making new friends and helping develop time management skills. For many students, working while attending college is a financial necessity. For others, working is a voluntary choice to enhance their development. Whatever the reason, working while attending college demands initiative and self-discipline. Working students deserve recognition for their extra efforts, along with the employers who support them. "Achievement through self-help" is the theme of National Student Employment Week, April 6-10.
The staff of the Student Employment Office invite the University community to join in congratulating UConn's student employees and their employers for their contribution to our school, our community and our state.
1999-2000 Fulbright Scholar program announced
Eligibility requirements are U.S. citizenship and a Ph.D. or comparable professional qualifications. For certain fields, such as fine arts or teaching English as a foreign language, the terminal degree in the field may be sufficient.
The deadline for research and lecturing grants to all world areas is August 1.
For information and applications, contact Mal Bochner, Fulbright program adviser, Office of International Affairs, Human Development Building Room 15, U-182. Phone: (860) 486-2908, e-mail: email@example.com.
Give blood in the UConn blood drive, beginning April 13