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Date 05 May 1996 08:37:56


95266                      COLLEGE NEWS 
                         By Julian Shipp 
MONTREAT, N.C.--Habitat for Humanity International has named Alex Miller 
associate regional director/director of resource development for North and 
South Carolina. "Alex has served as a board member and on staff of a U.S. 
affiliate," said Ed Gibson, regional director for Habitat South Atlantic 
(N.C. and S.C.) "This combined with his 20 years of professional experience 
make him a strong addition to our regional staff." Montreat-Anderson 
College will serve as host site for the new regional Habitat center. 
TULSA, Okla.--Terry G. Gibson, vice president for institutional advancement 
at the University of Tulsa, has been named vice president for institutional 
advancement at Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa, where he is an alumnus. 
Gibson will remain at Tulsa University until Oct. 1. 
PORTLAND, Ore.--Lewis & Clark College has receieved a $150,000 grant from 
the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust. The three-year grant supports phase two 
of Lewis & Clark's student-faculty collaborative science research program, 
initiated with a $375,000 Murdock Trust grant in 1991. 
NEW CONCORD, Ohio--One of Muskingum College's oldest historic buildings, 
Patton Hall, which was built in 1921 and is on the National Register of 
Historic Places, is slated for a major $4.1 million renovation, according 
to Samuel W. Speck, president of the college. The project, currently 
underway, is scheduled for completion in the spring of 1996. Muskingum 
College hosts a number of Presbyterian church events such as synod school, 
presbytery meetings, youth group overnights, and individual church 

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