The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 13, 1997, Image 2

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Integrated systems' tm PRE-RECRUITING November 12th from 7:00 to 9:00pm at the College Station Hilton in the Mockingbird Room ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS November 13th & 14th 8:30am to 12pm & 1:00pm to 5:00pm each day HARDWARE DESIGN OPPORTUNITIES The Hardware Engineering Group at Inter-Tel is responsible for designing ad testing Inter- Tel’s line of communication systems. The hardware design group offers the opportunity to learn and use a wide variety of disciplines including digital, DSP, UP, and analog design skills. Inter-Tel’s Hardware Engineering Group will provide you with a chance to be creative, learn new skills and develop state-of-the-art circuits for our advanced communications systems., Inter-Tel Firmware Opportunities Inter-Tel is also looking for software engineers for its System Software group. The group focuses on embedded Operating Systems and the design and development of real-time soft ware. Platforms range from 8-bit microcontrollers like the Intel 8051 through Motorola’s 680x0 family and into the realm of DSPs. Software languages range from assembly to C++, depending on the application. You’ll he asked to write things like interrupt service routines, hardware-specific interface modules, and memory management functions. General DSP- based telephony applications ranging from simple conferencing, through DTMF receivers, to complex voice encoding and compression also fall under the scope of the system software group. The ability to read hardware schematics will help as part of your responsibilities will include working with our hardware department all the way from the design phase through production, with most of the time spent on systems design issues dealing with performance and real-time requirements. Inter-Tel Software Opportunities Inter-Tel’s Software Design Group offers many exciting opportunities to develop products that are at the forefront of the telephony communications market. For 26 years Inter-Tel has set the standard in full featured, productivity enhancing, business communications tools and is today looked to as an industry leader in the PC based PBX market. This technology cre ates a need for skilled software engineers who excel in C++, Visual C++, Visual Basic and Windows programming. Qualified individuals will enjoy a fast paced career working on a variety of applications such as CTI (Computer Telephony Integration), voice processing and Voice over IP. A 1 N The Battalion AT JhASE Thursday • November 13, Sk By Quatro Ewe Hall By JED 1 U/0M!>£R WVUa VWtfYEHUS TO (q-OOZlUA? BSMEs , ^que futim looks orignt. 1 don't knou) Bo-r Hts DETEAT \'u_ we's mm SUMMfcD. / WELCOME EVERHOtie To" MOMSTEKS NM0MMMpUS."We HPN6 ft lieu MeMgefc. (fODZlU-A Continued from Page 1 Dr. Gary Briers, professor an assistant head of the Departmei of Agricultural Education, saidil convention is a leadership trail ing opportunity that has duced many leaders at A&M. “Eleven of the past stude body presidents have come out the College of Agriculture and! Sciences and most of those havf strong background in the FFA,i eluding the present presidec Curtis Childers,” Briers said. Briers said Texas A&M has booth at the national convention career show. “The convention gives stii dents interaction with folks a over the nation involved agribusiness and ag industryal around the world,” he said. “Itis real networking opportunity will peers and potential employers. Funds Simel & Lewis Sales Engineers Group Presentation Tuesday, November INrh J. Earl Rudder Conference Center, Room 507 7:00 pm On Campus Interviews Place: Career Center Date: Wednesday, November I 9th To schedule an interview, sign up at the Career Center or on the Web. Continued from Page 1 Of the funds utilized by tk J ' er ^ University, 65 percent went to Ie program support, 29 percent tc scholarships, 4 percent to chairs aiu l and professorships and 2 percent 3Ie( to institutional development Rose Ann Thomas, manageroj communications of the Foundation, said program sup- 11 port is all financial support that (a does not go to one specific stu-iM dent or faculty member, including J1,K3 funds used for facility improve- ^ ments at the Evans Library ani ' K j the A&M Visitor’s Center. pH Stropp said the foundations®™ goal is to reach $1 billion dollar^ in assets by 2010. “I think $1 billion is achievabli by the year 2010, but I think can make it before then.” TheToirington Company is the nations largest broad-line bearing manufacturer, and the largest division of Ingersoll-Rand. We’re a highly successful, growing industry leader where individual achievements enhance team accomplishments, and the balance between the two promote a real spirit of camaraderie and corporate pride. Resumes may also be sent to us by mail, FAX, or e-mail. Mail: T/ie Tornngton Company 59 Field Street Torrington. CT 06790 Attn: Human Resources FAX: (860) 496-3603 e-mail: careers@torrington.com Visit our website at: http://www.torrington.com TORRINGTON INGERSOLL-RAND EOE M/F/D/V Bur the HELL Oum OH! www.jjspackage. com 1600 S. Texas Ave. 693-2627 College Station KENDALL JACKSON VINTNERS RESERVE CHARDONNAY /ou n $g A- MALIBU 750 ml 70° *g COORS LIGHT & MULLER LITE 18 PK. 12 Oz. cans W.L. Weller 750 ml 80° BONFIRE BUDDY'S Includes: • IE! Fuego Bueno Cigar (The Ban-Fire Cigar) • 200 mi ^, Spirit . STARTING AT NEW LOCATION NOW OPEN 696-3346 Lone Star Pavillion 721 Texas Ave. S. • Behind Red Lobster $io Specials good 11/13/97 -11/15/97 1219 N. Texas Ave. 822-1042 Bryan CELU WINES • Pinot Grigio • Sangiovese • Chainti • Merlot s 4 SMIRNOFF 750 ml 80° BUDWEISER & BUD LIGHT 18 PK. 12 Oz. cans $g Off Campus dpepes JlCistfetoe 7ias/2 u C7l JlTa^/cal yC/jJj/ Qyinc/er t/ie JlTisiletoe Date : November 21, 1997 Place: MSC 226 Dinner at 7:30 pm • Dance at 8:30 pm Cost: $5 per person 7Pfea.se TPffUfP Cfricfay, fCoo. MlP C/aff PCrista. al 693-9360 OGPI Office a/843-0688 You Can Help AO Make a difference by donating your teddy bears and other stuffed animals at Alpha Phi’s Teddy Bear Drive AO is collecting teddy bears and other stuffed animals from the community to give to the boys & girls in pediatrics at St. Joseph’s Hospital. The week of November 10 -14 Bring your bears by the AO table in the MSC Nov. 11, 12, 14 (Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday) from 10am - 2pm or drop them in the designated box in the Managers office at HEB Pantry in Bryan or College Station. v , marcy playgroMnc* The self-titled debut album featuring the single . - ‘ \ V- ' v r> " We're looking for a few good Aggies. ACE Volunteer Program fA ) * ACE Academic & Career Educator Help students improve their study skids! Help students make decisions about majors & careers! Improve your communication and leadership skills! Make a difference in the lives of fellow Aggies! Application DEADLINE: Friday, Decembers, 1997 Interviews will be held Monday, Jan. 12 through Friday, Jan. 23. Applications and brochures are available at 114 Henderson Hall. For more information, call 845-4427, ext. 108. STUDENT COUNSELING SERVICE Visit our website! http://www. scs. tam u. edu/volunteer/ a Department in the Division of Student Affaire •v ^ -m x and Can? SALE PRICED $9.95 THRU tt/28 Helen Clancy, Editor in Chief Brad Graeber, Managing Editor Erica Roy, City Editor Matt Weber, News Editor Chris Ferrell, Sports Editor Aaron Meier, Lifestyles Editor Quatro Oakley, Graphics Editor James Francis, Opinion Editor Dave House, Photo Editor Joey Schlueter, Radio Editor Chris Stevens, Web Editor Dusty Moer, Web Editor Mandy Cater, Office Manager Staff Members City- Asst. Editor: Jenara Kocks; Joey Schlueter, Robert Smith, Rachel Dawley, Karie Fehler, Amanda Smith, Brandye Brown, Colleen Kavanagh. Sports- Asst. Editors: Paul Mitchell, Jeremy Furtick; Travis Dabney, Jason Whitcomb, Jamie Burch, Kristy Buffin, Steven Boudreau, Margaux Harris, Dennis Ramirez, Jeff Webb, Nicole Hooven. Lifestyles- Asst. Editor: Kasie Byers; Rhonda Reinhart, Michael Schaub, Wesley Brown, Marium Mohiuddin, Stacey Kezar, Kimberly Miller, Travis Irby, Chris Martin, Brandi Ballard, Stephen Wells, Michelle Voss. Opinion- Asst. Editor: Mandy Cater; John Lemons, Robby Ray, Leonard Callaway, Dan Cone, Chris Huffines, Jeremy Valdez, David Johnston, Donny Ferguson, Joshua Hill, Mason Jackson, Anna Foster, Michelle Voss, John Burton, Kendall Kelly.] Night News- Asst. Editor: Josh Miller. Photo- Asst. Editor: Ryan Rogers; Derek Demere, Robert McKay, Rony Angkriwan, Amy Dunlap & Brandon Bollom. Graphics- Ed Goodwin, James Palmer, Chad Mallam, David Hoffman, John Lemons, Victor VanScoit, Gabriel ] Ruenes, Mike Nordfelt, Rogge Heflin. Copy Editors- Jennifer Jones, Leah Templeton, Sarah Goldston, Leslie Stebbins, Chris Huffines S| Veronica Serrano. News: The Battalion news department is managed by students at Texas A&M University in the Division of Student Publications, a unit of#* Department of Journalism. News offices are in 013 Reed McDonald Building. Newsroom phone: 845-3313; Fax: 845-2647; E-iri Batt@tamvml.tamu.edu; Website: http://bat-web.tamu.edu Advertising: Publication of advertising does not imply sponsorship or endorsement by The Battalion. For campus, local, and national display ad# rising, call 845-2696. For classified advertising, call 845-0569. Advertising offices are in 015 Reed McDonald, and office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.nij Monday through Friday. Fax: 845-2678. Subscriptions: A part of the Student Services Fee entitles each Texas A&M student to pick up a single copy of The Battalion. Mail subscriptions are $60 per school year, $30 for the fall or spring semester and $17.50 for the summer. To charge by credit card, call 845-2611. The Battauon (ISSN #10554726) is published daily, Monday through Friday during the fall spring semesteis and Monday through Thursday during the summer session (except University holidays and exam periods) at Texas A&M Univeisity. Second class postage paid at College Station, W 77840. 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