of terror remembered
Bells tolled off and on all day Sept. 11 as the campus community
remembered the victims of the tragedy that occurred one year earlier.
honors alumna killed at WTC
The University and its foundation have agreed to establish a memorial
scholarship fund honoring the memory of alumna Jessica Leigh Sachs,
'01, who died when the plane she was traveling in was flown into
the World Trade Center last September.
plans program in singapore
Making use of a new online degree program, the Department of Hotel,
Restaurant and Travel Administration is finalizing an agreement
with the Singapore Hotel and Tourism Education Centre (SHATEC) of
the Republic of Singapore to offer a half-online, half-classroom
HRTA bachelor's degree in Singapore through Continuing Education.
staff changes announced
Several staffing changes have occurred in the Development Office
in recent weeks.
David Markland, who formerly served as senior financial analyst
in the Budget Office, is the new director of Information and Donor
takes WNEC post
Richard Wagner, associate director of the Massachusetts Institute
for Social and Economic Research, has been named director of the
newly created office of institutional research at Western New England
Club sports new web site
Information on University Club activities, menus, special events
and membership benefits is now available on a new Web site, reports
president Joseph S. Larson.
of regional teaching workshop opened to campus community
The College of Food and Natural Resources (CFNR) and the Center
For Teaching are hosting a workshop, called "Teaching and Learning
in an Electronic Age," Sept. 26-28 for college and university
faculty and staff from the northeastern U.S.