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EIGHTEEN EDUCATORS TO PARTICIPATE IN DUPONT HONORS WORKSHOP

 WILMINGTON, Del., July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Eighteen educators from 14 states will attend the 10th annual DuPont Honors Workshop at the company's Experimental Station here July 26 through Aug. 4.
 The curriculum includes lectures, field trips and hands-on laboratory demonstrations by DuPont (NYSE: DD) scientists and technicians on polymer technology, biotechnology and the environment.
 The Honors Workshop is a reward for outstanding teaching service and helps classroom teachers keep abreast of the latest developments in their field The teachers, who represent communities where DuPont has operating facilities, were chosen by their school administrators.
 DuPont has supported education in science and mathematics for more than 70 years. The corporate aid-to-education program annually distributes more than $15 million worldwide. This year, DuPont expects to contribute more than $2 million to enhance the quality of education for pre-college students. The remaining funds support colleges and universities.
 TEACHERS SELECTED TO ATTEND THE 1993 DUPONT HONORS WORKSHOP
 -- H. H. (Butch) Alberti, Douglas S. Freeman High School, Richmond,
 Va.
 -- Elaine Rose Alfonso, Powell Middle School, Littleton, Colo.
 -- Desiree Victoria Bishop, B. C. Rain High School Mobile, Ala.
 -- Beverly B. Burn, Hanahan High School, Charleston, S.C.
 -- Beverly Confer, Orange High School, Rougemont, N.C.
 -- Dorcas C. Green, Kinston High School, Kinston, N.C.
 -- Patricia J. Cefalu, Hammond High School, Hammond, La.
 -- Ninfa Ruiz-Diaz, Albert Sidney Johnston High School, Austin,
 Texas
 -- Kenneth R. Hahn, Barbers Hill High School, Baytown, Texas
 -- Mary Janet Jucoff, Doss High School, Louisville, Ky.
 -- Kathleen R. Melvin, Polytech High School, Smyrna, Del.
 -- Gwen D. Sharp, Cape Henlopen High School, Lewes, Del.
 -- Pamela D. Tersine, Woodbridge Senior High School, Bridgeville,
 Del.
 -- Judith Ann Nicolaysen, Garnet Valley High School, Glen Mills,
 Pa.
 -- Mary Micallef, Woodstown High School, Pennsville, N.J.
 -- Joseph E. Chmura, Passaic County Technical and
 Vocational High School, Wayne, N.J.
 -- Gil Monacelli, LaSalle Senior High School, E. Amherst, N.Y.
 -- Pamela A. McConnell, Hixson High School, Hixson, Tenn.
 -- Mark H. Smith, Stratford High School, Nashville, Tenn.
 -- Andy Salerno, Walpole High School, Holliston, Mass.
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 /CONTACT: Barbara A. Wolf of DuPont, 302-773-2669/
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