Messenger - Vol. 3, No. 2, Page 13
Winter 1994
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Resume referral service
     The Career Planning and Placement Office can now scan student resumes
and then mail or fax them to interested employers.
     Funding from employer and alumni gifts has allowed the office to
purchase a program called FileMagic, which can sort scanned resumes of all
students registered with Career Planning and Placement. The resume referral
service program will rapidly provide information on qualified students,
while assisting those employers who cannot make campus visits. For further
information, call (302) 831-2391.

Reaching out to engineers
     Practicing engineers can update their skills or develop new expertise
through the University's engineering outreach program, which offers
late-afternoon and evening graduate credit courses, short update courses
and non-thesis master's degrees.
     Certain graduate courses and non-credit short courses are available on
videotape or live satellite broadcast for students who cannot attend
regularly scheduled classes on campus. For further information, call (302)
831-2401 or e-mail inquiries to:

Upcoming chapter events
     * Representatives of the College of Physical Education, Athletics and
Recreation will visit the Denver chapter April 15.
     * Delaware's Kent County chapter will share a dinner with the Alumni
Association's board of directors April 27 at the Sheraton Inn in Dover.
President David Roselle and Charles M. Forbes, vice president for
development and alumni relations, will attend.
     * The Lancaster, Pa., chapter will host head basketball coaches Steve
Steinwedel and Joyce Perry, Delaware '73, '79M, on April 28.
     * On April 29, San Francisco alums will meet with Stirling Miller,
senior associate director of admissions, who heads the Volunteer Admissions
Support Team (VAST) for student recruitment. Miller also will attend an
event with the San Diego chapter on May 2 and with the Los Angeles alums on
May 6.
     * Delaware's Sussex County alumni will hold a summer meeting in
conjunction with the University's Summer Arts Festival in Lewes, Del.

     A story on the improved field at Delaware Stadium in the fall
Messenger should have said that excess water is removed through an
underground drainage system into an existing storm sewer.

Fraternity reunion
     The annual Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity spring alumni reunion is set
for Friday, May 13, at the Three Little Bakers Dinner Theatre, Wilmington,
Del. For further information, call Bob Lunquist at (410) 392-3500 or (215)