Office of Academic Administration and Student Affairs:
News & announcements from Asst. Dean Stephen D. Sowle  for the week of September 21, 1998

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Academic Calendar Reminder. Because of religious holidays, all classes are canceled on Monday, September 21; classes starting at 4:00 p.m. or later are canceled on Tuesday, September 29; and all classes are canceled on Wednesday, September 30. 

Student Awards Luncheon.  As previously announced, the annual Student Awards Luncheon will be held on Tuesday, October 6, 1998, from 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Presidential Ballroom of the Midland Hotel, located at 172 West Adams Street.  All students who earned CALI awards during the Fall 1997, Spring 1998, and Summer 1998 terms should receive an invitation from Dean Perritt in the near future.  Please note:  The invitations were initially to go out this week, but have been delayed.  If you earned a CALI award and don't receive an invitation by Friday, September 25, please contact me (include the course, instructor, and semester you earned the award). 

More Spring 1998 CALI Award Winners.  Congratulations to the following students, who received the highest grades in the courses indicated.  Other CALI award winners were announced in the August 24, August 31, September 7, and September 14 issues of the Record.  If you received an award, your name will appear on the award certificate and in the program for the Student Awards Luncheon as it appears below.  Please e-mail me if you want to make any changes. 

Corporate Taxation (Prof. Stephens; LL.M.): Bryan J. Freel & Adam Grais 
Employee Benefit Plans (Profs. Siske, Ewer & Klein; LL.M.): Donald R. Rauschert 
Gift & Estate Tax (Prof. Brzezenski): Lauren R. Alexander 
Tax Accounting (Prof. Palmer; LL.M.): Seonsin Lee 
Tax Planning for S Corporations (Prof. Minear; LL.M.): Chadwick I. Buttell & Jordan 
Tax Practice and Procedure (Prof. Conlon; LL.M.): Audrey Young & Donald 
Courses Subject to Mandatory Curve for Elective Courses. A list of Fall 1998 elective courses with at least 25 students enrolled, and thus subject to the mandatory curve for elective courses, is linked to this page.  Please see the August 31 issue of the Record for an announcement concerning changes to the mandatory curve recently adopted by the faculty. 
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