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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 25, 2000
DOW CHEMICAL COMMUNICATION SERIES KICKS OFF FEBRUARY 29
The Department of Humanities at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology announces the first of a three- part series on communication issues funded by the Dow Chemical Corporation. “ From Schoolroom to Workplace: How to Communicate Your Professional Potential” will be presented on Tuesday, February 29, from 5: 00- 6: 30 pm in CB 204.
The public is invited to attend a panel presentation and Question & Answer session on how communication and interpersonal skills play an important part in crossing the bridge from “ student” to “ employee.” Presenters include Mr. Mark Sunday, recruiter for Raytheon; Mr. Alan Bergeron, Rockwell Collins; Ms. Paul Plagmann, Martin and Associates; and Ms. Kelly Commet, a graduating CSC student from SDSM& T. For more information, contact Al Boysen ( x2481), Judy Sneller ( x1246), or Sue Shirley ( x2482).
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