pledge $2m for science building
The planned construction of an integrated sciences building received
a major boost this week as two husband-wife alumni teams announced
their pledge of $2 million for the project.
for Student Affairs vice chancellor announced
A national search for a vice chancellor for Student Affairs and
Campus Life is about to begin, Chancellor John V. Lombardi announced
reduces UMass system funding by $6.2m
Taking aim at a projected $650 million shortfall in this year's
state budget, Gov. Mitt Romney used his expanded budget authority
last week to reduce spending by $343 million, including $6.2 million
from the University system.
to address Faculty Senate
President William M. Bulger will address the next meeting of the
Faculty Senate on Thursday, Feb. 13, at 3:30 p.m. in 227 Herter
office helping researchers meet federal rules
Over the past 75 years, the pantheon of life's certainties has grown
from just death and taxes to death, taxes and federal regulations.
gets new quarters as it makes way for others to move
Frequent users of Academic Instructional Media Services (AIMS) already
may have noted that the offices it formerly occupied on the third
floor of Goodell have been empty since Jan. 21.
seal now preferred over logo for use on
campus-specific items, publications
The campus has a new seal that's been appearing on stationery, mugs,
banners and other items over the past few months, yet it isn't new
Scholar Award sends Peelle to Malaysia
The latest faculty member to receive a Fulbright Scholar Award,
Howard A. Peelle, professor of Teacher Education and Curriculum
Studies, departed Feb. 4 for four months in Malaysia.