Messenger - Vol. 3, No. 4, Page 34
Summer 1994
Alumni briefs

Seeking former student guards
     September marks the 25th anniversary of the campus student
security guard program, now under the direction of Public Safety Sgt.
Bill Clough, Delaware '73. Clough, who himself became a student guard
in 1970 to supplement his G.I. bill funding, is looking for alumni who
were once student guards, with the possibility of arranging a reunion
for Homecoming. For more information, contact Clough at Department of
Public Safety, University of Delaware, 79 Amstel Ave., Newark, DE
19716, or call him at (302) 831-2682.

Successful house tour
     The eighth annual Human Resources Alumni Association house tour
held in April attracted more than 200 visitors to 12 homes in Newark,
Del., and Cecil County, Md. Mimi Haggerty, Delaware '64, and Gladys
Helm, Delaware '41, '64M, co-chairpersons of the event, presented a
check for $3,500 to Dene G. Klinzing, dean of the College of Human

Chapter events
     The following dates have been scheduled for pre-game brunches
before Fightin' Blue Hen away football contests. Athletic Department
staffers and cheerleaders attend the brunches. Alumni Blue Hen fans,
students and parents of players are encouraged to attend.
        * William & Mary, 9/19 (notices will be sent to Richmond
        * Villanova, 9/17 (notices will be sent to Mainline chapter)
        * Maine, 10/1 (notices will be sent to Maine alumni)
        * Richmond, 10/15 (notices will be sent to Richmond chapter)
        * Lehigh, 11/6 (notices will be sent to Lehigh Valley alumni)
     Alumni in North Carolina's Raleigh-Durham area are invited to
start a chapter. If you would like to help, or would plan to attend
outings, please phone Carol Van Wyck Lineberry, Delaware '66, at home
(919) 872-0837.
     The Lancaster chapter will host a reception this fall
(rescheduled from the original May event).
     On Saturday, Sept. 24, the New York City chapter will sponsor its
first community service project. Alumni will gather at Washington
Square Park in Greenwich Village to assist with clean up and will
finish up the afternoon with lunch and refreshments.
     The Greater Chester County (Pa.) and Cecil County (Md.) chapters
will be invited to participate in the University's second annual
Jumper Classic on Sunday, Oct. 2. The classic features Grand Prix
jumping, and proceeds benefit the UD intercollegiate athletic program.

     Margo McDonough, Delaware '86, '93M, was the author of the story
on Kathryn Kotula, assistant professor of food science, in the vol. 3,
no. 3 Messenger.

Nominations sought for awards
     Alumni, staff and University friends are encouraged to submit
nominations for the Outstanding Alumni Awards, the Alumni Wall of
Fame, the Presidential Citation for Outstanding Achievement and for
six positions on the Alumni Association Board of Directors.
     Please call (302) 831-2341 for nomination forms for any or all of
the awards or write to the Office of Alumni and University Relations,
University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716 or fax (302) 831-2045.
     Deadline for all nominations is Oct. 3.
     Outstanding Alumni Awards are presented annually in recognition
of exceptional volunteer work on behalf of the University of Delaware
and/or the Alumni Association. Selection is made by the Alumni
Association awards committee.
     The Alumni Wall of Fame recognizes outstanding professional
and/or public service achievements. Nominees must be UD alumni
(defined as completing at least 30 credit hours) who have achieved
senior leadership positions in their professional and/or public
service careers.
     The Presidential Citation for Outstanding Achievement honors
graduates of the last 20 years who exhibit great promise in their
professional or public service activities. Members of the classes of
1975 through 1994 are eligible for 1995 citations. Current University
employees are not eligible.

Recent grad relocation
     Organized and staffed by the Student Alumni Association (SAA),
this program offers recent graduates the opportunity to be matched up
with alumni when relocating to new areas. Alumni volunteers serve as
contacts/resource persons, assisting with advice on where to live,
where to bank, where to shop and the like.
     Alumni who would like to assist with these contacts may send
name, address, class year, daytime and evening phone numbers to Recent
Graduate Relocation Program, Alumni Hall, University of Delaware,
Newark, Delaware 19716. Recent graduates may write or call the Office
of Alumni and University Relations at (302) 831-2341.