Weekly Bulletin

Volunteers are needed for an Exercise Science Department study of the relationship between exercise and risk for developing Type 2 diabetes in men and women.

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The following Early Music Program classes will be offered during the spring semester:

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The Professional Staff Union/MTA is holding a membership meeting on Wednesday, Feb.1 at noon in 174 Campus Center.

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Nominations are being accepted for the campus’s 2005-06 Distinguished Academic Outreach Awards, which recognize and encourage superlative individual achievement in outreach as an incentive to further community engagement on the part of the academic enterprise.

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A four-week community class on needlework will be offered at the Renaissance Center, beginning feb. 27.

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Wintersession grades should be submitted by noon on Wednesday, Feb. 1.

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Departments should submit their final examination requirements to the Academic Scheduling Office by Friday, Feb. 3.

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The last day for departments to submit requests to the Academic Scheduling Office for joint evening exam dates is Friday, Feb. 3.

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Department course proposals and scheduling materials for the fall 2006 semester should be submitted to the Academic Scheduling Office by Friday, Feb. 3.

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A community class on the "Merchant of Venice" led by Mary Lamb, a visiting scholar from Southern Illinois University, will be offered at the Renaissance Center on four successive Wednesdays, 6-8 p.m., starting Feb. 1.

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