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Steele, Mariah; Zilist, Svetlana (ed.) / Wisconsin engineer
Volume 97, No. 4 (October 1993)

Waters, Mike
Engineering briefs,   pp. 12-13


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Get Connected at Career Connectio
Need a summer or permanent job? Well, don't miss this fall's
Career Connection  . Coordinated byPolygonEngneering
Council, CareerConnection providesaprimeopportunityfor
engineering students to get their feet in the door to employ-
ment. This annual, two-day event in mid-September draws
representatives from over 70 companies from across the
nation. Career Connection is traditionally held at Union South.
Watch for posters publicizing the specific dates of this event.
(Students looking for employment should also stop by the
Engineering Career Services office in Engineering Ha
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At the final Polygon Engineering Council
spring meeting, engineering student
organization representatives elected nine
new Polygon officers: President -Melissa
Kumlien, Vice Presidents -Linda Kensler
and Mohsin Khan, Treasurer -Tom
Wiesen, Banquet Chair -Bernie Menachery,
Pre-Engalnineering Chair -Jenifer Brunette,
Publicity Co-Chairs -Matt Kavan and
Debbie Zastrow, and Scholastic Chair-
Brian Bartels. The Wisconsin stgudneen
wishes each of the new officers good luck
in the upcoming year. Also, many
thPanks to tfis year's Polygon executive
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Nukes Win Blood Drive ... Again
The results of the Polygon Engineering Council spring blood drive are
in! Once again, students in the Nuclear Engineering and Engineering
Physics (NEEP) Department won the competition with the highest
percentage of donors. A bit surprisingly, however, NEEP students        
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also donated the most pints despite the small size of the department.
The blood drive fell short of its goal of 50 pints with only 44 dona-
tions. Individuals wishing to donate blood may stop by Youngblood
in Union South. Polygon will organize another blood drive sometime      
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in the middle of the fall semester.
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