Nominations sought for information technology awards
The University is seeking nominations for the Chancellor's 1999
Information Technology Awards. The awards are presented to individuals
or groups whose accomplishments have made a significant contribution
to the university's effectiveness in developing, advancing and
utilizing information technology in support of the University's
mission, as well as conducting leading edge research in information
technology. Awardees should exemplify innovation in information
technology, applied to student learning, to productivity in
research or service, or to the development of techniques that
integrate technology into daily life. Nominations should be
sent to Paul Kobulnicky, Vice Chancellor for Information Services,
Homer Babbidge Library, U-5A. E-mail preferred, to
firstname.lastname@example.org The deadline for
nominations is Wednesday,
Nutmeg Grille announces specials of the month
The Nutmeg Grille is offering the following specials during
- Come to lunch before 11:45 a.m. and receive a complimentary
- Bring three friends to lunch and enjoy two complimentary sundaes.
- Bring eight or more people from your department, facility
or dorm and
receive one complimentary entree, beverage and dessert.
- Thursday, March 4 and Thursday, March 25: Social Hour, 4-6
p.m. Cocktails and appetizers available. Buy one appetizer and
receive the second appetizer at half price. Bring five friends
and the second appetizer will be free.
If using one of these specials, please tell your server when
The Nutmeg Grille is open Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to
1:30 p.m. Reservations are accepted for parties of five or more.
For information and reservations, call (860) 486-5633.
Volunteer program offers help with preparing tax returns
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program run by IRS-trained
volunteer accounting students in the School of Business Administration
provides free confidential assistance in income tax return preparation
to members of the University community and other local residents.
Volunteers are trained to prepare simple federal and Connecticut
state income tax returns.
Only returns requiring Form 1040EZ
or 1040A can be prepared.
The volunteers also can prepare part-time
state returns for taxpayers who have the correct state forms.
Volunteers are not trained to answer international tax questions,
prepare returns containing business income, capital gains, moving
expense or itemized deductions, or prepare returns for international
students or other non-residents. To receive assistance from
the program, taxpayers should bring their 1997 return, and all
documentation for the 1998 tax return, including W2 forms and
1099 forms. The program is available Mondays through April 12,
except March 15, from 7-9 p.m., in Room 322, School
of Business Administration.