Terrance Jobin, director of the Faculty/Staff Assistance Program, was recently named the first Employee Assistance Program Professional of the Year by the central Illinois chapter of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association. The chapter, which is composed of public- and private-sector employee assistance professionals from throughout central Illinois, selected Jobin based on his demonstrated contribution to the field in 1995. Jason Lindsey, graphic designer for WILL AM-FM-TV, has won an "Illinois Steward Magazine" photography contest with his photo of a misty sunrise at Castle Rock State Park. Lindsey's photo was published alongside two other winning "Illinois Sunrises and Sunsets Contest" photographs in the magazine's Spring issue. The "Illinois Steward" is a quarterly publication of the department of natural resources and environmental sciences. Darrell Miller, professor of plant breeding and genetics, has received the President's Award for Outstanding Service from the Illinois Forage and Grassland Council. The award was presented to Miller at the council's recent annual meeting in Freeport, Ill. Lois Welling, administrative aide at the Police Training Institute, has received an award for excellence in administration of continuing education programs. The award, sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, was presented to Welling for her outstanding work with recruit officers and law enforcement agencies throughout the state. The College of Communications has received the Cardiss Collins Scholarship for Diversity in Advertising from the American Advertising Foundation. The scholarship, which is in recognition of U.S. Rep. Cardiss Collins' continuing effort to establish greater minority participation in advertising, will be presented to a UI minority student pursuing a career in advertising. The College of Medicine's Internal Medicine Residency Training Program has been awarded full accreditation for three years by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education. The program, now in its 12th year, has maintained full accreditation since its inception. The recent performance of its residents on national certification examinations has placed the program in the top quartile of the 410 internal medicine residency training programs in the United States. The Illinois State Water Survey received a 1996 Making Waves Award at the Clean Water Celebration '96 earlier this month in Peoria. The Water Survey was recognized for its research and service programs, which assess and evaluate the quantity, quality and use of Illinois' ground, surface and atmospheric water resources. Much of the Water Survey's work is facilitated by an extensive database collected and developed since the agency was founded in 1895.