seniors to be saluted during Commencement
Eleven seniors will be recognized as Leaders
for the 21st Century during the 133rd Commencement on Sunday, May
25 at 10 a.m. in Warren P. McGuirk Alumni Stadium.
for Student Affairs candidates to visit
As the searches for a vice chancellor for Research
and a dean of the School of Public Health and Health Sciences continue,
four candidates for vice chancellor of Student Affairs and Campus
Life are scheduled to visit campus over the next few weeks.
center to harness homeland security expertise
With the federal government poised to spend billions
on homeland security, campus officials are laying the groundwork
for a planned Center for Emergency Preparedness devoted to protection,
detection and response programs for a range of disaster scenarios
on the state, regional and national levels.
to jury for planned WTC memorial
James E. Young, professor of English and chair
of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, has been named by the Lower
Manhattan Development Corporation (LMDC) as one of 13 members of
the jury that will evaluate and review entries in the International
World Trade Center Site Memorial Competition.
in cleanup, maintenance
The core of the campus has been undergoing a
major cleanup since the hiring of 10 new staffers in Landscape Services
at the beginning of spring, according to Landscape and Construction
Services manager Pam Monn.
students to pay same fee increase as Bay State residents
Fee raises for out-of-state students on campus
will be no greater than those for in-state students, Chancellor
John V. Lombardi announced at the March 13 Faculty Senate meeting.
by University Outreach
Three faculty and 11 community partners were
honored April 9 by the Office of University Outreach for efforts
to apply teaching, research and service in the public interest and
promote collaborations between the campus and external constituencies.
Association honors 8 at State House ceremony
The Alumni Association honored the achievements
of five graduates and bestowed three honorary alumni awards during
ceremonies in the Great Hall of the State House on April 9. President
William M. Bulger, Chancellor John V. Lombardi and Alumni Association
president Jess Kane, '70, officiated at the event, which was followed
by a luncheon.
plans Arbor Day activities
Arbor Day will be celebrated on campus Friday,
April 25 with a variety of activities organized by the campus's
celebrates campus's culture of teaching
Approximately 300 members of the campus community
gathered March 27 to celebrate its teaching efforts at the annual
Center For Teaching Banquet in the Lincoln Campus Center ballroom.
offer hands-on experience
At Earthfoods Café, customers can purchase
a variety of vegetarian dishes and then eat them with compostable
utensils and plates. The café is one of eight student-run
businesses on campus that make enough money to cover their costs.