conversion goes smoothly for OIT
After months of groaning about PeopleSoft and the difficulties of
converting to a new system, campus employees have something to cheer
dedications top Homecoming calendar
This year's Homecoming Weekend, scheduled for Oct. 11-13, promises
something for everyone - music, awards, athletic events, a young
alumni gathering and special programs showcasing academic programs.
moving to off-campus quarters
After 13 years of working in four separate buildings, three of which
were "temporary" quarters, 45 Telecommunication Services
staff are headed for a new space where they all can work together.
survey going to Academic Affairs
B eginning in mid-October, all faculty, staff and graduate employees
within Academic Affairs will receive a climate survey in the mail
from the Academic Affairs Community, Diversity and Social Justice
(CDSJ) Team as part of its ongoing organizational assessment.
strayed from communism, say Economics professors
By the time the Soviet Union was officially dissolved in 1991, analysts
and politicians declared the breakup as the death knell of communism,
but a new book by two Economics professors questions whether a true
communist class structure ever existed in the USSR.