It's Thursday, January 17, 2002.
Today's news awaits...!
<<WHAT IS HOWARD TALKING ABOUT TODAY?
<Trustees Host Student Reception (Tonight, 7 p.m., Blackburn Center)
Howard University Undergraduate Trustee Breana Smith and Graduate Trustee
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
<Alumna, Author to Visit the HUB (01/18/02)
Howard University Bookstore, the HUB, starts off the new year with a line-up
of some of the nation's hottest authors.
Monique Greenwood former Editor-in-Chief of Essence magazine and Howard
Alumna will be signing copies of
"Having What Matters" on Jan. 18 from 4-6 p.m. Jesse Jackson, Jr. will
discusses and sign copies of his new book,
"A More Perfect Union," on Jan. 29 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. C-SPAN 2/Book TV
will cover a discussion and signing with
Henry N. Drewry, author of "Stand and Prosper: Black Colleges and Their
Students," on Jan. 24 at 3:30 p.m. For
more information, visit the HUB web sit at http://www.bookstore.howard.edu.
<Hospital Hosts Healthy King Day Observance (01/21/02)
Howard University Hospital, Miles Memorial CME Church, Florida Avenue
Baptist Church, Washington
Metropolitan Ministerium and WETA invite all members of the Howard
University community to a
Martin Luther King Jr. Observance on Monday, Jan. 21, from 9 a.m. to noon at
Hospital. The observance centers around "Faith into Action," a health
seminar for adults ("accessing health
care resources") and youth ("health careers in medicine, radiation
technology, nursing and respiratory
therapy"). Continental breakfast, lunch will be provided. Free parking is
available at the Hospital's
Fifth Street entrance. To register, call 202-865-1587.
<U.S. Postal Service Offers Internships (01/31/02)
The U.S. Postal Service announces its 2002 Summer Intern Program for
undergraduates and graduate students.
The program runs from May 6 to Sept. 27, 2002. The application deadline is
Jan. 31, 2002. Students hired must
commit to a minimum of six continuous weeks of work. Interested applicants
may apply online at
<<WHAT ELSE IS HOWARD TALKING ABOUT TODAY?
<-Wealth Seminar Could Lead to "Extra Credit" (01/19/02)
<-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)
<-Pickering Fellowship Deadlines Set (02/22/02)
<-Health Care Quality Fellowship Offered
<-Howard is Site of Health Management Fellowship
<-Stokes Library Announces Database Trials
<-IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR RESEARCHERS
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