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Two faculty to be featured on television this week
On Tuesday, November 3, Ken Dautrich will appear throughout the day as an election analyst on MSNBC and CNBC. Dautrich, an assistant professor of political science and director of the University's Center for Survey Research and Analysis, also will be featured in a program titled Decision 98, that will air from 10-11 p.m. on NBC.

The ABC News program 20/20 will air a segment on November 6 that will focus on David Kenny's years of research on first impressions. Kenny is a professor of psychology. The program begins at 10 p.m.

Health Center seeking volunteers for variety of positions
The Health Center has openings in a variety of volunteer positions, both during the day and in the early evening.

Volunteers are particularly needed to become Health Center Ambassadors. These volunteers staff the information desk in the Health Center's main lobby. They also visit patients, assist staff with errands and other support duties, transport patients in wheelchairs, finish discharging patients, deliver operating room schedules and make daily pharmacy runs.

A variety of other volunteer positions are also open at the Health Center gift shop and as Dempsey Diners, a group of volunteers who provide companionship and assistance to patients during meal times. Other volunteers are needed in the Emergency Department, the Dowling South Medical Office Building lobby, as SurgiCenter family liaisons, in patient units, and elsewhere.

All positions are generally available Monday through Friday during the day. Some are available evening and weekend hours. Applicants must be older than 14 years and able to attend an orientation session. Orientations are scheduled on November 5, from 5:45-8 p.m., and on November 17, from 9:30 a.m.-noon. For information and an application, call (860) 679-2388.