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Community Journal

Volume 3       Issue 14    November 26, 2007

What's Going on this Week

Mon. Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 2007
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Week

Thurs. Nov. 29, 2007
CBC, BSU, CPAB, EORO and Alpha’s present the Annual Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration at 6:00 p.m. in Clayton Hall, Ballroom. Reservations required. The lecture is free and open to the public. The feast is free for UD Students, faculty and staff; and $10 for the General Public.

Upcoming Events

Mon. Dec. 3, 2007
Delaware Undergraduate Student Senate (DUSS) Meeting at 5:00 p.m. in Memorial Hall Room 127. You will have the opportunity to speak with other student leaders and to propose resolutions that you feel could result in proactive change on campus!  

If you have a resolution to present, please stop by the SGA office in 223 Trabant University Center to pick up a form or feel free to contact Teagan J. Gregory at tgregory@udel.edu.

Tues. Dec. 4, 2007
Community Forum on Public Safety at 5:00 p.m., Smith Hall Room 120. Join Scott Douglass, Senior Vice President, and James Flatley, Director of Public Safety & Chief of University Police for a conversation about public safety and security.

Wed. Dec. 5, 2007
CPAB and BSU present: Stress Reliever from 8:30—11:30 p.m. at Trabant Multipurpose Room. The cost is $3.00

Future Dates of Interest

Jan. 3 - Jan. 6, 2008
Carroll F.S. Hardy Black Leadership Conference in Washington, DC.
This is a great opportunity for you (African American students at predominantly
white institutions) to transform your college career!  

The cost is $400 which includes transportation and hotel. For more information
please visit selg.com. To attend the conference, please contact Fiona Caramba-
Coker at foscc@udel.edu or Kasandra Moye at moye@udel.edu.

Employment Opportunities

JPMorgan Chase Technology Analyst Program
JPMorgan Chase is recruiting candidates (with a 3.2 or higher) for the full-time Technology Analyst Program in Newark & Wilmington, Delaware. When you join JPMorgan Chase's Technology Analyst Program, you will immediately begin working closely with internal clients to design, develop, test, and maintain the technologies and applications essential to our firm's success. This includes the opportunity to participate in several phases of a system's development life cycle. Our concentrated 12-month program requires that you actively contribute to upgrading and improving the efficiency of our infrastructure that is mission-critical to our ability to deliver products and services to clients around the world. During your tenure in the program, you will also gain hands-on knowledge collaborating with experienced professionals overseeing and managing the deployment of business-aligned technologies.
Resumes should go directly to celeste.x.piacentino@jpmchase.com. For
more information, please visit: www.jpmorganchase.com/careers  


Fri. Dec. 14, 2007
The New Castle County Chapter of the DSU Alumni Association and the UD Black Alumni Organization present: Hens and Hornets Holiday Happy Hour and Networking Reception from 6:00—9:00 p.m. at Basil’s Restaurant and Lounge (in the Sheraton Hotel), 422 Delaware Avenue, Wilmington.
Free admission and 1/2 priced appetizers!

CBC Newsletter Submissions
Please contact Sharon Warren at slw@udel.edu to submit information for the next issue of the Community Journal by Wednesday, November 28, 2007.

Center for Black Culture Staff: 
Kasandra Moye, Director
Fiona Caramba-Coker, Graduate Assistant
Sharon Warren, Staff Assistant
Center for Black Culture
General Information
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Fridays: 8:00am-5:30pm
Telephone: (302) 831-2991     Fax:  302-831-4097
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