Connecticut College Alumni Newsletter - Parent Newsletter<br>May 2009
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Three seniors win Fulbrights
They head overseas to begin an afterschool art program, launch a student newspaper focusing on the environment, and start a theater group that will tackle social issues. 
For energy, students look to the wind
Two 20-foot towers measure the potential for wind turbines on campus. 
Van Slyck, Stock and Chrisler honored
Professors are recognized for excellence in teaching, research and leadership; six others are honored as they retire. 
Greg Butcher '77 monitors birds -- and global warming
Al Gore and Ken Salazar have taken note of his research with the National Audubon Society. 
Two Camels headed to NCAA track and field championships
Alex Samma '10 can leap the length of a Mack truck; Brian Murtagh '09 can run a 5K in less time than some people shower. 
Seven alumni return to New London to show their own 'Gifts'
The Creative Dance Continuum holds its 20th anniversary concert June 14. 
Media Bytes
  • President Higdon offers college seniors his top 10 job search strategies.
  • NBC's Brian Williams interviews Debo Adegbile '91.
  • The New York Times mentions that the College's enrollment for the new freshman class is on track. 
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