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									                                                                                Wednesday, March 10, 2004
                                                                                              Vol. 31, No. 26

  T-Notes
     Campus Communique
                                                                            Next issue: Wednesday, March 17
                                                           Deadline for submissions: 8 a.m. Tuesday, March 16
                                                                              Send news to: tnotes@thiel.edu

                                                      Annual Fund calling begins Monday
          Attention!                                    The Office of Annual Giving will con-
                                                      duct its yearly Spring Phonathon from
      The TIAA-CREF individual                        March 15 to April 8.
    counseling sessions scheduled                       Student callers will solicit gifts from
         for March 10 and 11                          alumni and friends between the hours of
                                                      6:30 and 9 p.m. Monday through
                                                                                                     Support
          will be held in the                         Thursday evenings.                               the
    Roth Hall Conference Room                           In addition to making a gift, why not        Annual
     (second floor of Roth Hall).                     stop by the Alumni/Annual Fund office           Fund
                                                      (second floor of Roth Hall) during our
Job Opportunity                                       event to cheer on our students?
                                                        Your presence will "encourage and support" our hard-
COORDINATOR OF SPECIAL EVENTS- Full-time              working student callers as they strive to raise much-need-
position to manage Thiel College event calen-         ed funds for the college and spread our good news all
dars, organize large- and small-scale events held     across the country.
in various campus locations and oversee the ac-         The annual fund goal for the fiscal year ending June 30,
tivities of the student event set-up crew. The        2004, is $625,000.
Coordinator will serve a lead role in planning and
                                                        For more information about the annual fund, please con-
implementing major campus events such as
Commencement and Convocations. The
                                                      tact Mario Marini, director of annual giving, at
Coordinator will inform campus departments of         724.589.2027.
events, and will coordinate event set-up, includ-
ing furniture arrangement, audio-visual aids,         Order your group’s honor cords soon
table and linen décor, and menu selection, in co-
operation with Maintenance, Food Services, and
                                                                          Spring Commencement, scheduled
student set-up staff. Duties will include general                          for May 8, is quickly approaching.
office operations, including budget responsibili-                             The Bookstore can order honor
ty, for all Special Events functions. This position                             cords for your department.
will report to the Director of Public Relations.
Bachelor's degree preferred; experience in event
                                                                                   Please specify the name of
planning or public relations is required. Excellent                              the honor society, the adviser
customer service, communication and time-man-                                   or contact person, quantity,
agement skills are required, as well as proficien-                            and the color(s) of the cord.
cy in use of current College software for commu-
nications and record-keeping. Send letter of in-
                                                                           To place your order, call the
terest, resume and professional references to:                         Bookstore, ext. 2170, or stop at the Senior
Susan Swartzbeck, Director of Human                   Salute from 3 to 7 p.m. Monday, March 29, or from 11 a.m.
Resources, Thiel College, 75 College Avenue,          to 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 30, in the Lutheran Heritage
Greenville, PA 16125 or email application mate-       Room.
rials to: sswartzbeck@thiel.edu. Applications ac-
cepted until March 26, 2004. Thiel College is an       Your prompt reply will ensure timely delivery.
affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
Comedian Shang to perform
at Thiel College on March 17                               Community Medical Ethics Project
  Nationally-acclaimed socio-political comedian              Suffering:
Shang will appear at Thiel College at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 17, in the William A.                Pointless or Purposeful,
Passavant Memorial Center at Thiel College.
  Shang’s humor has been showcased on                       The Role of
“Politically    Incorrect,”     NBC’s     “Comedy
Showcase,” VH-1’s “The List,” and Comedy
                                                       Understanding in the
Central’s “Comic Justice” and “Comedy Cabana.”          Relief of Suffering
  He has also performed on HBO’s “DEF Comedy
Jam” and BET’s “Comic View Grand Stand.” He               Featuring Dr. James F. Drane
has guest starred on episodes of WB’s “The Jamie
Foxx Show” and “The Parent ’Hood.”
  Originally from Brooklyn, N.Y., Shang is a
                                                              Tuesday, March 23
Carnegie Mellon University graduate.                             1 to 3 p.m.
  The event is being sponsored by Thiel College’s                     or
Office of Multicultural Affairs and Student
Services.                                                        7 to 9 p.m.
  The event is open to the public. While admis-            Lutheran Heritage Room
sion is free for Thiel students and employees,                  Thiel College
there is an admittance fee for the non-Thiel com-
munity ($5 for off-campus students with identifi-
cation cards and $7 without).                          Dr. James F. Drane, author of More
  For more information, please call Andre Smith,      Humane Medicine: A Liberal Catholic
director of multicultural affairs, at 724.589.2839.     Bioethics, has been involved with
                                                      bioethics since its beginnings in the
Noteworthy News                                          1960s. He is the Russell B. Roth
JONES GRADUATES FROM ACADEMY                              Professor of Clinical Bioethics
  On Saturday Feb. 28, Thiel Police Officer Lynne     (Emeritus) at Edinboro University of
Jones graduated from the Police Academy.              Pennsylvania. Retired from teaching
  Jones graduated in the top half of her class and     responsibilities, Dr. Drane provides
received an award and top honors for physical fit-
                                                        consultations and education pro-
ness. She competed against 32 other law enforce-
ment officers for this award.                           grams for hospitals, hospices and
   Jones has served with the Thiel Campus Police      home health care agencies in north-
for the past three years and was in the armed                 western Pennsylvania.
service for 20 years.
                                                            Free & Open to the Public
Thank You                                             Please RSVP by calling 724.589.6640.
                                                        The Community Medical Ethics Project is co-sponsored by UPMC
                                                            Horizon, Thiel College and Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.
On behalf of the Admissions Office, I would like
to extend our thanks to everyone who helped
make this year’s Presidential Scholarship com-
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