Bear BriefsApril 24, 1997
CIE to present lecture today
The Council for International Education presents political science professor Janet Adamski, who will give the lecture entitled 'Buddy, Can You Spare a Euro?: The Prospects for European Monetary Integration,' at 4 p.m. today in 201 Poage Legislative Library.
New debt clock to be unveiled
The Concord Coalition, a national grass-roots political organization, will display the 20-foot Concord Coalition Debt Clock at 10 a.m. today at the Burleson Quadrangle.
The Debt Clock displays the amount of money owed by the United States, which was $5.4 trillion as of April 3.
Applications for Fulbright Scholarship available
Applications and information for the 1998-99 Fulbright Scholarship competition are now available from Dr. Lianne Fridriksson, associate professor of journalism and director of the campus Fulbright program.
Interested students should contact Fridriksson as soon as possible so they may begin working on their applications, which will be due Sept. 26. Applications will be reviewed and applicants will be interviewed by a University faculty committee before materials are forwarded in early October for national review.
Graduate Research day takes place today
Graduate Student Research Day takes place today in the Bill Daniel Student Center. Presentations by 43 graduate students spread over more than 30 panels will be given.
The graduate student research day gives graduate students the opportunity to showcase their research from the year and allows them a forum for debate and questions.
Junior class officers put on recreation day
A recreation day, sponsored by the junior class officers, will be at 4:30 p.m. today at the Baylor Marina. All University students are invited.
Shakespeare lecture put on today
Dr. Sharon Hamilton, a former University Faculty member, will hold a workshop 4:30 today on 'Teaching Shakespeare: The Two Faces of Claudius and Director's Choices in Branaugh's Henry V' in Bennet Auditorium.
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