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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
( December 11, 1998)
MEDIA TIP SHEET: SDSM& T EVENTS FOR DECEMBER 14 – 22
Following is a summary of SDSM& T activities taking place during the period of December 14 - 22:
Monday, Dec. 14 & 21: Advent Suppers
6: 00 p. m., AB Room, Surbeck Student Center
These advent suppers are sponsored by United Campus Ministry.
Contact: Donna Hughes- Hargraves, 394- 2811
Tuesday, Dec. 15: Electrical & Computer Engineering Senior Design Open House 8: 00 – 11: 00 a. m., Electrical Engineering/ Physics Building, Rooms 336 & 342
19 graduating seniors from the Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept. will demonstrate their senior design projects. Included in these student team projects are a Fire Fighting Robot, Digital Chess Clock, Intelligent Learning Blocks, Weather Balloon Instrumentation, Selected Frequency Combinational Lock Controller, Dakota Heat Instrumentation Team, The TTP Project, High Voltage Circuit Recloser, and Weather Station Project.
Contact: Dr. James Cote, Asst. Professor of Electrical Engineering, 394- 5196
December 16- 22: Final Exams
Wednesday, Dec. 17: Student Massages for Final Exams
11: 00 a. m. – 3: 00 p. m., Bump Lounge, Surbeck Student Center
TONITE, SDSM& T’s student programming board, is sponsoring these massages for SDSM& T students to help them relieve the stress associated with final exams. Massage Professionals, a Rapid City- based company, will provide the massages to SDSM& T students.
Contact: Nate Kleinschmit, TONITE, 394- 2652
Friday, Dec. 18: President and Mrs. Gowen’s Reception for Graduates and Families
3: 00 p. m., Surbeck Center Ballroom
Saturday, Dec. 19: SDSM& T Winter Commencement
10: 00 a. m., Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Theater
Commencement Speaker: Eleanor Swent, Regional Oral History Office of the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
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