Connecticut College Newsletter - Parent Newsletter<br>February 2012
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Athletic Center will get $1.6 million in renovations, thanks to Campaign gifts
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Black History speaker: use what you learn at CC to ‘be who you are’
Campus celebrates month with Convocation, Martin Luther King Awards and more. 
Students get career advice from alumni at Merrill Lynch,
Create a personal brand, but remember that the most effective networking is face-to-face. 
Centennial art exhibit features work by distinguished alumni
Cummings show ends Feb. 24; view profiles of artists and photos of their work. 
Hollerans win national award for leadership support of higher education
Previous recipients include Bill Cosby. 
Sharis Pozen '86, Obama's top antitrust enforcer, stepping down in April
Under her leadership as acting head, the division scuttled AT&T's proposed purchase of T-Mobile. 
Men’s hockey team raises awareness about personal violence
Feb. 4 game at Dayton dedicated to ‘Green Dot' program; view photos. 
Media Bytes
  • Professor Bernhard wins $202,000 grant to study effects of the Gulf oil spill.
  • Dean Martha Merrill '84 shares advice for high school seniors on New York Times blog.
  • Professor Huang talks with the Wall Street Journal about the Year of the Dragon. 
  • Announcements
  • New issue of Goodwin-Niering newsletter is online.
  • Vagina Monologues coming to campus. 
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