panel proposes $78.9m cut
The University system could lose $78.9 million in state funding
next year under the $22.5 billion budget proposal unveiled Wednesday
by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman John H. Rogers (D-Norwood).
awarded Guggenheim Fellowships
Three faculty members have been awarded fellowships from the prestigious
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
destroys Art Department's Foundry
A Tuesday evening two-alarm fire in the Foundry left the building
destroyed and an Art class temporarily homeless.
security potential assessed
Nearly 20 months after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, officials
at all levels of government are still assessing the country's ability
to counteract hostile groups and respond effectively to large-scale
charged with thefts
A longtime Physical Plant employee pleaded innocent last week to
multiple charges related to the theft of hundreds of thousand of
dollars worth of University equipment.
plumbs opinions on Campus Center, Student Union
A joint effort by Student Affairs and Administration and Finance
is investigating what the campus community would like to see in
the Lincoln Campus Center-Student Union complex.
bridges of Hampshire County
Spanning the gaps between textbooks and the "real world"
and between the present and the past, Alan Lutenegger, head of Civil
and Environmental Engineering, and Civil Engineering students are
beginning to build bridges all over campus.
When it comes to increasing the number of underrepresented minority
individuals on campus, Provost Charlena Seymour believes that an
active, faculty-driven approach is best.
discuss instructional technology
Sixty primary and secondary teachers from around the state were
schooled in the use of technology in the classroom during the 10th
annual National Teacher Training Institute conference held March
29 in the Computer Science Building.