Laurie Taylor column

June 6, 2003

FACULTY NOTICEBOARD

PLAGIARISM COMMITTEE

Please note that the Plagiarism Committee will meet next Thursday afternoon in the PhotoCopying Annexe.
The following students should attend at the designated times.
10.30am Richard Dunton
11.00am Anne Bradshaw
11.30am Pierre Bourdieu


DOCTOR PIERCEMULLER

Doctor Piercemuller regrets to announce that he is currently under clinical observation in a Beijing hospital and will therefore not be available to take his first-year seminars this week. He hopes to be back with you all in the very near future.


FROM: THE DEPARTMENTAL SECRETARY
To:
All final-year students
The final deadline for the submission of third-year projects is Tuesday June 10
The final final deadline for the submission of third-year projects is Thursday June 12
The final deadline for the submission of third-year projects is Friday June 13
"Where's Your Medical Note?" is on Monday June 16


LECTURE
The public lecture by Ted Odgers on "Defend Syria Against The American War Machine" has been postponed.


GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES
Mr. T.A. Dick, the senior human resources Manager with the Pile 'em High supermarket chain, will be visiting the department next Wednesday at 3pm to talk about graduate career opportunities in stacking. (All finalists are invited.)

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