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To:allstudents@howard.edu, allemployees@howard.edu
Subject:What's New at Howard University (01/16/02)
Date:Wed, 16 Jan 2002 09:18:26 -0800 (PST)

Good Afternoon!
It's Wednesday, January 16, 2002.
Today's news awaits...!


<Trustees Host Student Reception (01/17/02)
Howard University Undergraduate Trustee Breana Smith and Graduate Trustee
Reginald McGahee
invite all students to meet members of the University's Board of Trustees
during a reception on
Thursday, Jan. 17, at 7 p.m. in the Blackburn Gallery Lounge. Inquiries may
directed to Ms. Smith
at 202-806-2250.

<Wealth Seminar Could Lead to "Extra Credit" (01/19/02)
The first of the "2002 Wealth Building" series kicks off Saturday, January
19, at the Howard University
School of Business with a workshop on building and maintaining good credit.
On-site credit card registration
($25) is now available. The five-part series is sponsored by The
Washington, D.C., Chapter of the National Black
MBA Association and the Howard University School of Business. For more
information, click onto
http://www.dcbmbaa.org/forums/wealthseries/wealthseries.htm (or call

<Deadline to "Get Physical" Nears (01/28/02)
Howard University's Department of Physical Therapy invites all students to
consider a career in
the field. Interested applicants are reminded that the deadline for the
Fall 2002 program is Jan. 28.
Call (202) 806-7613 for information!

<Pickering Fellowship Deadlines Set (02/22/02)
The Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowships offer fully funded tuition, room
and board and overseas internships
to qualified undergraduate and graduate students. The deadline for this
State Department/Woodrow Wilson
Foundation application is February 22 for undergraduate applicants
(sophomores) and March 1
(seniors applying for graduate school). One of the nation's most
prestigious fellowships, the FAF
seeks students interested in international affairs/Foreign Service careers.
Applications, information and
assistance with the process are available from the Diplomat in Residence at
the Bunche Center .
For more information, call 202-806-4363.

<Pepsi Offers Winter Internships
The Pepsi Bottling Group announces two internships available to Howard
University students in good
standing. The positions are open to creative juniors and seniors (sophomores
will be considered) who will
assist sales, operations and marketing personnel in executing specific
programs, strategies and Pepsi's
overall presence and sales performance, particularly at the "grass roots"
level. Qualifications include:
attention to detail, ability to work independently, good interpersonal and
communications skills, good
time management skills, and the ability to lift a minimum of 25 pounds.
Interested candidates must have a car.
The stipend for each 10-week internship is $15/hour (approximately 15-20
hours/week). Applicants should
submit resumes to: Ms. Juanita Edwards, Office of Auxiliary Enterprises,
Howard University, 2224 Tenth St., NW,
Washington, D.C. 20059.


<-"Building Wealth" Workshop Series Kicks Off (01/19/01)

<-Department has "Keeping the Faith" Covered (01/24/02)

<-Clinical Research Seminars Scheduled (01/25/02)

<-Udall Scholarships Offered (DEADLINE:

<-Jordan Scholars Program Seeks Applicants (02/15/02)

<-Health Care Quality Fellowship Offered

<-Howard is Site of Health Management Fellowship

<-Stokes Library Announces Database Trials


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