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Nominations are now being accepted for The Frank Sinton Milburn Outstanding Professor Award. Only those with at least three years’ full time teaching service as a tenure-tract faculty member are eligible. For other eligibility requirements and nomination deadline, call the Office of the Vice Provost at 572-5379.

Add to Wednesday Lunch Seminars
Are you interested in seeing the Wednesday Lunch Seminars continue in future semesters? Professors Ted Weiss and Jeffrey Williams invite anyone who would like to plan for the continuation of the Seminars to meet with them on Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 3 p.m. in Landrum 405. Call or email Weiss or Williams if interested.
NKU Alumni Lecture Series
The third annual NKU Alumni Lecture Series will be held on Oct. 9, 2002.
NKU will feature political consultant James Carville and former U.S. Speaker of the House of Representatives Newt Gingrich. Tickets will be available during the fall semester.
Ticket prices have not been set.

Recital will show Bunte, others
Faculty saxophonist James Bunte will present a recital on Jan. 31 at 10:50 a.m. in Greaves Concert Hall.
The featured work will be “…and it’s spring…” by NKU composer-in-residence Philip Koplow.
Bunte will be joined by faculty members Betty Douglas and Scott Lang and student Thomas Racic.

Hoagland to read poetry in theater
Everett Hoagland will present a poetry reading in the Otto Budig Theater on the school’s Highland Heights campus at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 6.
Hoagland is one of the leading American poets of his generation. His subjects range from social protest to historical meditation, to civic celebration, to Afrocentric love.
His poetry has been anthologized in The New Black Poetry, The Body Electric, and The Jazz Poetry Anthology, and his New and Selected Poems will be published in April 2002.
Advance copies of this book will be available for purchase immediately after the reading, which is free and open to the public.
Hoagland’s visit is being sponsored by three NKU student groups

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