January 26, 2010
Convos for February
March 20-25. Alternative Spring Break to Atlanta, Georgia. We will be doing flood-relief work with Community Collaborations International, an organization that serves as a liaison between volunteers and non-profits in the Atlanta area. Faculty, staff, or students interested in participating should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com by Feb. 5.
Special Housing Accommodations. Students who were granted special housing accommodation this past year are reminded that notes are due for 2010-11 to Parsons Student Health no later than March 6. They need to be updated every year, and your having received the accommodation last year does not guarantee it this upcoming year. If you are going abroad for Spring Term or home for winter break and need to have this form updated by your physician, etc., you can download it from the Parsons on the web (click here). Questions? Please call 5480 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to change your meal plan for the Spring Term, you may do so from Wednesday, Feb. 3 through Wednesday, Feb. 17 only. You need to stop by the Student Life Office and complete a form.
Juniors and Faculty. John C. Young Honors Program. Juniors: It’s not too early to begin working on your application for our John C. Young Honors Program. Applications are open to rising seniors (students who will be seniors in the 2010-11 academic year). Student applicants will need a faculty sponsor. Additional details may be found here. The application deadline is March 31. This year’s John C. Young symposium will be held Sunday, April 18.
The Morris K. Udall Foundation offers a highly competitive scholarship to support students dedicated to continuing their education with a focus on EITHER environmental policy or Native American health and tribal policy. This scholarship is awarded annually to approximately 80 students nationwide and provides $5,000 that can be used for tuition, room, board, and other educational expenses. It is widely recognized as a most prestigious scholarship. Successful scholars should have a GPA of at least 3.0 and, most importantly, must have a strong record of involvement in either environmental or Native American health and tribal policy issues. The scholarship is open to students who are currently either sophomores or juniors. Centre students with a strong, professional commitment to careers that focus on environmental policy are strongly encouraged to consider applying for this scholarship. The Udall foundation is particularly interested in applicants with a documented record of environmental leadership. Any students with a documented Native American heritage can also apply. All applicants must be formally nominated by their home institution. Applications are due in early March but it is important to get an early start on the application process. Please contact Dr. Chris Barton (Y220) if you think you might be interested in applying for this scholarship. Click here for more details.
Women Leading Kentucky accepts college scholarship applications. Deadline is Jan. 31. $1,000 and $1,500 college scholarships available. Applicants must be female sophomores or juniors enrolled full time at a Kentucky college/university, have at least a 3.0 grade point average and have demonstrated leadership abilities on campus and/or in their communities. Approximately eight students will be selected for scholarships, and all will be informed of their selection by March 31. Applications can be found here. In addition, applicants must send a copy of their transcript and an essay of not more than 400 words. Since 2001, Women Leading Kentucky has awarded more than $62,000 in scholarships to 50 students. In 2009, 121 students from 13 schools across the Commonwealth applied for nine scholarships. The scholarships are made possible through individual contributors and the Women's Business and Leadership Conference’s Gold and Platinum Level sponsors, which have included AT&T, Central Baptist Hospital, Kentucky Employers’ Mutual Insurance (KEMI), Lexmark and The Shumate Family Foundation.
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Singers, pianists, instrumentalists of all kinds. If you want or plan to study applied music in the spring, please be sure to register for it as soon as possible (drop/add is currently open). The music program needs to make sure we have teachers for all who want to study.
Send Danville's finest to prom! Bring gently used dresses, shoes, and jewelry to the ADPi House between 7 and 8 p.m. on Tuesday nights from now until the end of February. Monetary donations are also welcome. For further information e-mail email@example.com.
Lost/Found. A pair of silver knot earrings have been found outside Room 201 in the Campus Center. To claim, stop by the Student Life Office.
Need money to help pay for your graduate school applications and travel? Do you have at least a 3.35 GPA in your major? The Extraordinary Success Program (ESP) can help! This is a program which can provide funding for out-of-state graduate school applications. Further information about the program can be found here. Start working on your application as the deadline is Feb. 16.
House for Rent available Feb. 1. Two- or three-bedroom house in Danville. Two bedrooms on the main floor, with a huge master suite on the second floor complete with Jacuzzi, sky lights and a ventless gas fireplace. Second floor would also make a wonderful office, studio or playroom. Partially finished basement, large deck, two gazebos, close to shopping and campus. Contact Cindy Long at 859.324.0915.
Babysitter needed. I am a young professional, new to the area, looking for someone to provide childcare on a part-time basis for my 16-month-old son. He is healthy and has a very sweet temperament. I live in Harrodsburg and work part-time in Danville. If interested in learning more about the position, contact me at 606-271-8118.
Should I get the Caramel DeLites, the Peanut Butter Patties, or the Thin Mints? Girl Scout cookies for sale NOW through Jan. 30th! Call (5466) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Cookies are $3.50 per box and all proceeds stay in our community to help build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. To learn more about Girl Scout cookies, visit www.girlscoutcookies.org.
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