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Museum of Natural History Moving to Horsebarn Hill Road
The Connecticut State Museum of Natural History at UConn is on the move again! On Feb. 11, offices moved out of temporary space in the New Chemistry Building and into interim space in Building #1 on Horsebarn Hill Road. The Museum will make its final move into permanent space in the former Apple Sales Room on Hillside Road in August 2000. While the Museum is under renovation, activities continue, including Family Days, lectures, field trips, workshops, and foreign travel. For a Coming Events program, call (860) 486-4460.

Nominations Welcomed for McCullough Leadership Award
The Division of Student Affairs is seeking nominations for the Donald L. McCullough Award. The award, which recognizes students who have made significant contributions to the University community through their leadership skills and service to student organizations and University groups, honors the memory of Donald L. McCullough, director of the Office of Student Activities at the time of his death in 1979. The award will be presented at a reception on April 26.

Written nominations will be accepted from any member of the University community. Nominees must be students currently enrolled at the University and in good academic standing; they must have demonstrated continuous and outstanding service to the University through their participation in co-curricular activities, with an emphasis on the quality of participation in the university; and they must have been committed to enhancing the quality of student life at the University.

Nomination forms are available at the Center for Programing and Outreach, Room 290, Student Union, or by calling (860) 486-2311. Nominations must be submitted to Donald L. McCullough Memorial Award Committee, c/o M. Kevin Fahey, 290 Student Union, U-3008, Storrs. The deadline is Friday, Feb. 25.

Student Nominees Sought for Multicultural Award
Nominations are sought for the fourth annual Student Multicultural Award. The award recognizes undergraduate and graduate students who contribute to enhancing the multiculturalism of the University community.

Criteria for the award include good academic standing; individual contributions to and involvement in supporting efforts and promoting understanding of diversity issues on campus; and leadership activities in diverse communities on campus. Self-nominations will not be accepted.

Nomination forms are available from the Area Association of Religious Communities, the Asian American and Puerto Rican/Latin American Cultural Centers, Center for Students with Disabilities, Department of Residential Life, International Affairs, the Office of the Vice Provost for Multicultural Affairs, the Rainbow Center, and the Women's Center. Nominations are due on Wednesday, March 1, to Nancy Abohatab, Department of Residential Life, 233 Glenbrook Road, Storrs, CT 06269-4049.

Eligible nominees will be contacted by the committee and asked to submit a self-statement. The award-winner(s) will have the opportunity to dedicate up to $500 to the organization with which he or she has worked most closely.