January 24, 2000
Nominations Sought for Outstanding Advisor Award
Criteria include evidence that the advisor:
Nomination forms are available in the Office of Undergraduate Education, Design and Resource Management Building Room 315, or online at http://vm.uconn.edu/~wwwuei. Nominations may be made by a faculty member, staff member, student or alumnus. Nominations are due by Feb. 18. Nominees will be asked to provide a resume, a statement of advising philosophy, and the name of a person familiar with the nominee's role in advising. The deadline for nominees to provide information is March 15. The recipient will be announced at the Faculty Awards Banquet on April 24.
Co-op Makes Record Donation to Local Soup Kitchen
Indulge an Interest, Brush Up Your Skills in Evening Classes
Knowledge for Life courses offer adults the opportunity to enhance their quality of life by learning diverse skills such as gardening, test taking and money management. Among the courses offered this spring are Debt-Free and Prosperous Living, Herbs and Their Uses, Organic Gardening and Farming, Professional Business Image for Women, Kaplan Test Preparation Programs, and HeartMath - a system designed to reduce stress through a combination of lectures and interactive exercises . These courses will be held at the main campus in Storrs.
Registration for Knowledge for Life courses can be done by mail, phone, fax, in-person or online at http://www.ce.uconn.edu/cpd-kfl.html. For more information, call (860) 48603231. For a free brochure, call (800) 622-9908 and specify Knowledge for Life.