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Grad students needed to narrate safety video

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5:17 p.m., March 26, 2013--Current University of Delaware graduate students are being sought to serve as narrators for a safety video. 

Needed for this project are graduate students in science or engineering who can communicate clearly and who can speak on camera without cue cards. Those selected to participate will receive a $50 gift card for use on Main Street, along with a starring role in the video.

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Interested students should contact Michael Gladle, director of Environmental Health and Safety, at mgladle@udel.edu by April 15 to set up an interview.  

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