(September 21, 2000, Gazette)
Track success for Sea-Hawks
team took part in the 2000 McGill Open Cross-Country Meet at
Mount Royal Park, Montreal, on Saturday,
Wrongful dismissal case dismissed
The Newfoundland Supreme Court
has sided with Memorial University after a lengthy legal battle
with the universitys former chair in child protection with
the School of Social Work.
Extra basketball season tickets available.
If you are interested in purchasing
MUN Sea-Hawks basketball season tickets, the Booster Club would
like to inform the university community that they have 100 new
seats available for the upcoming season.
Revisions to modem management
Due to the increased number of users, Computing and Communications has increased the number of modems in its modem pool to 235. The daily FAIR allocation has been restored to 45 minutes.
In sum: the daily FAIR allocation will be increased from 35 to 45 minutes; the maximum session remains at 120 minutes; the number of modems increases to 235; the daily discount periods will be unchanged.
Time periods are as follows:
day from 12-4 p.m. with a multiplier of 50 per cent; evening
from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. with a multiplier of 100 per cent; overnight
from 1 a.m. to 12 p.m. with a multiplier of 25 per cent.
Assessing technology needs
The division of Community Education and College Relations, Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, knows the computer programs its offering will meet the needs of the business community.
Thats because this semesters computer program offerings are based on the information technology needs assessment survey that was completed over the summer.
Because of the needs assessment, we are now able to continue providing this service effectively and appropriately, says Marilyn Forward, program developer. The assessment helped us identify the courses the business community and others would like to see offered and in the format that best suits their needs.
In addition to its existing public programs, Community Education and College Relations offers a service whereby programs are developed specifically to meet the needs of organizations and businesses. Contact Marilyn Forward, Program Developer, to discuss training requirements.
Registration information is available by calling the Division of Community Education and College Relations at (709) 637-6208, faxing (709) 637-6201 or through email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Maritime archive open one night a week
From Sept. 21 to Dec. 7, 2000, the Maritime History Archive, located in the Henrietta Harvey Building on Memorial St. Johns campus, will be open Thursday nights from 7-9:30 p.m.
The Maritime History Archive collects and preserves original documents and copies of documents relating to the history of sea based activities in the north Atlantic region.