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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 - 55 Wilmington College honors certification graduates At a recent luncheon in Dover, Wilmington College honored six of its students for having at- tained certification in criminal justice. The students have completed 10 undergraduate cours- es over the last three years under a program funded by the Blue Collar Jobs Training Act and various divisions of the Department of Corrections. The courses ranged from English compo- sition to sociology, psychology and criminal justice. The Department of Corrections (DOC) employees are Donna Smith, Felton, typist, Employee Development Center;, Louise Layton, Harrington, field instructor/range master, Employee De- velopment Center;, Guy Fowler, Dover, corrections lieutenant, Employee Development Cen- ter;, Faye Dunning, Clayton, victim services coordinator, Office of the Commissioner;, Cheryl Conley, secretary, Management Services; and Paul Colley, Dover, corrections officer, Delaware Correctional Center. Delaware State University has received a $43,000 scholarship gift from the Rehoboth Beach Young People's Association to es- tablish an endowment fund. The annual scholarship will be 5 percent of the principle, or a mini- mum of $1,800. The criteria for awarding the scholarship are that the recipient must be a graduate of Cape Hen- lopen High School, or its succes- sor school; be a resident of the City of Rehoboth Beach, or areas in reasonable proximity to the city of Rehoboth; first consideration will go to high school students; if more than one eligible student ap- DSU receives scholarship gift from Rehoboth group plies, the student with the greatest financial need will be selected; and the annual scholarship will be awarded to the student for four years, provided the student main- tains a minimum of 2.5 grade point average and remains in good standing with Delaware State Uni- versity. The Rehoboth Beach Young People's Association was estab- lished during World War II in Re- hoboth. The association construct- ed a building and sponsored youth programs and activities. After the war, the association sold the prop- erty and used the money to assist college students who need finan- Caldwell assUmes post of Del Tech dean of instruction After almost 20 years at Delaware Technical & Communi- ty College, Owens campus, Judith S. Caldwell is hardly a new face, but ;.she! can be found  in a/:neW' place these days. As of January 1, Caldwell, a resident of Milford, be- CALDWELL came the dean of instruction, following the retirement 6f Walter Studte. Caldwell began as a nursing in- structor on the Owens campus in July 1978 after earning a nursing diploma from Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown, Md., and a bhchetor S degree Tiom the Uni- versity, of DawarezShe went on to earn he- mastei: S degree in nursing from UD,and became the field includes nine years as a nursing instructor and two years as staff development instructor at Milford Memorial Hospital. As dean of instruction, Caldwell oversees 20 technical depart- ments, as well as the Betze Li- brary, the word processing depart- ment, instructional media services and the Academic Challenge pro- gram. She is responsible for mak- ing sure that current instructional programs are sound, new courses are being developed to meet changing needs and instruction at the Owens campucoincides with what's going on at Delaware Tech's other campuses around the state. She also serves on several committees, both on the Owens campus and collegewide. Cald- well is prepared to meet the chal- lenges of her new position. She in- tends to promote Delaware Tech's "one college" concept of keeping programs consistent at all four Sussex Famil,. 00VMCA 105 Church Street, Rehoboth Beach, DE 302-227-8018 chair of the nursing technology at campuses, while, continuing to the Owens campus i n March serve the unilue needs of Owens 1992. Her previous experience in campus students. cial help. It is for this purpose that the members of the association donated a portion of these funds and established the Rehoboth Beach Young People's Associa- tion Scholarship. Sussex Tech recognizes seniors in award ceremony In Sussex Technical High School's Senior Award Ceremony held re- cently, the following area students received apprenticeship certificates: Louis Bertrand and Derrick Harvey, both of Milton; Jeremy Blattel of Rehoboth; and Jason Jacques of Lewes. '{!.'."ZII... "The Delaware Seashore Landscape Collection" by Constance James Kollock $75.00 each Four for $250.00 May be purchased at: The Delaware National Bank Offices in Georgetown, Millsboro, Ocean View & Rehoboth County Bank in Rehoboth The Country Frame Gallery in Ocean View The Artist Studio (302) 934-9413 ii.::::: !::!:!=#:i :I '----.-@=. - :.- .::}:;:};:::::.. .., .. .. .............. {: ::  .. .::;: ................ 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