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Clinic offers free speech, hearing screenings and hearing aid cleanings

The BGSU Speech and Hearing Clinic will provide free speech and hearing screenings and hearing aid cleanings for adults and children from on and off campus this week.

The services are available by appointment from 9-11:45 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. today (May 22) and Wednesday (May 24) in the clinic, 200 Health Center.

Call 2-2515 for an appointment.

No Monitor next week

Due to the Memorial Day holiday, Monitor will not be published May 29. The next issue will be June 5.

Deadline approaches for switch to official stationery

The campus is reminded that June 30 is the deadline for departments to begin using stationery with the official University letterhead. Stationery is available through the Office Depot BGSU ordering site.

Areas that have been depleting their existing supplies of stationery must change to the official design to be in line with BGSU graphic standards.

"Each University area that produces visual communications is expected to comply with this policy," says President Sidney Ribeau.

The Graphic Standards Manual can be found online at or on the Quick Links menu under Faculty and Staff.

Security on 'other' U.S. border focus of BGSU workshop

U.S. border security issues aren't limited to the south, participants in a June 2 workshop organized by BGSU will learn.

Addressing the secure movement of goods, as well as people, between the United States and Canada, the "Beyond Borders Workshop: Trends in Secure Trade" will give members of the business community a chance to learn about border policy from leading companies and public agencies. Seven experts will share information on building secure supply chains and understanding where policy is headed.

The workshop is set for 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. that Friday at Heather Downs Country Club, 3910 Heatherdowns Blvd., in Toledo. Registration is required. To register, call the Canadian Studies Center at 2-2457 or go to Cost is $100 per person.
May 22, 2006