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May 17, 2004, Vol. 3, No. 9
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Admissions office hits June target for deposits from admitted freshmen

The Undergraduate Admissions office reports that the number of admitted freshmen making enrollment deposits exceeds the target for this year--and that is potentially good news for the University budget.  Read about the admissions report

Community activist priest and Silicon Valley executive are June commencement speakers

Gregory Boyle, S.J., and Willem Roelandts will speak to graduates June 11-12. Read about the speakers


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The 2003 commencement procession in Buck Shaw Stadium, where only one ceremony will take place in 2004.


SCU in the News 
Kirk O. Hanson, director of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, was quoted in an article on the Google IPO in May in the San Jose Mercury News. Read more about SCU in the News
Campus News 
Tuesday, May 18 is the deadline to nominate staff members that you believe should be recognized for outstanding achievement during the past year. Read about five new criteria
Campus Events 

Literary Cuisine will be presented on Tuesday, May 18, from noon-1 p.m. in the Williman Room, Benson Memorial Center, by Bon Appetit, Barnes & Noble, and Orradre Library. The work of John Steinbeck will be presented, with a meal associated with his works.
The annual Workers Appreciation Dinner, sponsored by SCCAP (Santa Clara Community Action Program), will be on May 28 from 5 to 8 p.m. on the Kenna Lawn. It is an opportunity to recognize the staff at Bon Appetit and the facilities department. Find out about these and other May events

SCU People
Jim Koch, director of the Center for Science, Technology, and Society, attended the third annual Glocalization Conference in Rome on May 16-17, where he moderated a panel on Information Communication Technology. More SCU people
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