alive for budget by July 31
While state offices continue to operate on a one-month interim budget,
the chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee said this week
that a final fiscal 2003 spending package could be completed before
floats proposal to change its name
The College of Food and Natural Resources may have a new name come
Sept. 1 if the response to a 30-day letter from the Faculty Senate
to academic deans, curriculum committee chairs and others is positive.
chosen for central heating plant
A new central heating plant for the campus will be constructed on
the west side of campus, adjacent to Route 116 and the Amherst wastewater
treatment plant, in the town of Hadley.
Services moves to Anthropology Department
After 18 years of administrative housing in the Environmental Institute
(TEI), Archaeological Services (UMAS) moved July 1 to the Anthropology
Services wins prize in dining hall contest
Food Services last month was an award-winner in the 29th Annual
Loyal E. Horton Dining Awards Contest in the category of dining
students excavate 8,000-year-old site in Hatfield
Four graduate teachers, an assistant professor and 20 Continuing
Education students sifted through dirt at a Hatfield farm early
this summer to learn more about the life of native peoples in the
Connecticut River Valley 8,000 years ago.