In the News
March 2, 2001

Spanier makes case
for University funding

During budget hearings before the state Senate and House earlier this week, President Graham B. Spanier stressed the importance of state support for the University.

Students gain personalized
attention from a variety of programs

When students participating in this year's Steppin' Out, a multicultural career planning conference, sit down to lunch, they'll learn how to mind their business etiquette p's and q's.

Achievements honored
during Women's History Month

The following University locations have planned activities to celebrate Women's History Month throughout March and April.

March on over to
annual maple festival

The 2001 Maple Harvest Festival at Shaver's Creek Environmental Center will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, March 17 and 18, on the center grounds.

Answers given to commonly
asked benefits questions

Last fall's annual Employee Benefits Web-based open enrollment period went well. More than 3,200 faculty and staff used the Web-based system to make changes last fall. That was approximately 87 percent of actions taken last fall during the open enrollment. Many took the opportunity to respond to the evaluation that was available at the end of the online process.

American Indian
powwow planned

The American Indian Leadership Program, one of the most prestigious graduate programs for American Indian education students in the United States, is sponsoring the University's first-ever Traditional American Indian powwow celebration.

Date approaching for annual
Take Our Daughters to Work Day

The University's sixth annual Take Our Daughters to Work Day, coordinated by the Commission for Women, will be held on Thursday, April 26.

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