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Spring 2010 Faculty Professional Development Week Schedule.
Academic Affairs Office
Administrator, graduated with a
Master's Degree in Communication
Studies from West Virginia
University on Dec. 13th at WVU's
Convocation Ceremony in Morgantown.
Congratulations! Kathy Frum, assistant professor of nursing, graduated with a post-master's Certificate in Nursing Education from Marshall University. She participated in Marshall's Dec. 5th Commencement ceremonies.
Hand Sanitizer Stations.
Free-standing hand sanitizer-dispensing stations are available at college building entrances and main traffic areas. Be smart about the flu.
Sympathy Note. Adjunct faculty member Elwood Fleming died Dec. 5 at Marietta Memorial Hospital from complications related to a car accident earlier in the fall. He had taught in the Social Sciences Division for the past 13 years. Funeral arrangements are pending. (Submitted by Peggy Jameson)
Library Hours. The campus Library will be open Noon - 4 PM on Sunday (Dec. 13).
(Submitted by Stephen Hupp)
College Chorale in Concert.
The College Chorale will join the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra for its popular "Home for the Holidays" concerts. Performances in Charleston at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences will be presented at 8 p.m., Friday, Dec. 11 and Saturday, Dec. 12. Tickets may be purchased by calling (304) 561-3570 or
online. A performance in Parkersburg will be presented at 3 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 13 at Blennerhassett School. Tickets may be purchased by calling(304) 485-4200 or by
email. Celebrate the season with great music!
(Submitted by H.G. Young)
Theatre and Music departments are holding
auditions for the upcoming musical production of
"Walking Happy." Auditions are scheduled
this week and next (Dec. 1-4 and 8-11) from 10
am. to noon and 2 to 3 p.m. or by special
arrangement. Needed is a cast of more than
20 persons of which 14 are male roles and seven
are female. Not all roles are singing or
speaking parts so there are opportunities for
extras, chorus members and dancers.
Contact Jeff Byrd at ext. 295 for more
The Early Learning Center is having a Scholastic Book Fair through Thursday (Dec. 10th) in front of the center. Books are available for immediate purchase and make great stocking stuffers. Stop by and browse. (Submitted by Linda Novak)
Paper Collection Dec. 9-10.
a campus-wide effort to reduce storage of
unneeded paperwork, containers
will be available on campus Dec. 9-10 to collect paper
to be shredded. This is an
opportunity for you to discard office
papers, files, etc. that you no longer need
to archive. Contact Dave White or Bob
Cooper and they will arrange for your
paper to be picked up. Twelve containers (which
can accommodate 1,000 lbs each)
will be located near the maintenance break
room in the lower level. The
paper will be removed from campus Dec. 11
and shredded. Questions? Contact
Dave White (ext. 225).
The Mid-Ohio Health Dept. will offer free H1N1 flu vaccines in the multi-purpose room from 2 to 7 p.m., Wednesday (Dec. 9th). The vaccines are for students, faculty and staff. For details, contact Pam Santer (ext. 205).
Welcome to Elizabeth “Beth” West as a part-time Child Care Assistant II to the Early Learning Center as of Dec. 2. Also, on Dec. 7th, please welcome Renee Dunn to the President’s Office as a Program Assistant II.
(Submitted by Peggy Jameson)
option for updating your personal information: WVU has
announced the launch of
MyAccess. This is
another step toward self-service.
MyAccess is your
entry to a “wallet” of services designed just for you. MyHR is available in your wallet and will allow you to
update your personal information. There are other
applications in the wallet that you can use. As more
services become available, they will be added. Planned
are MyBenefits, MyTime, MyReports, and MyNotifications,
among others. Check
often as more services are added for your
convenience. (Submitted by Peggy
Study Abroad Scholarship for
For the first
time, the Gilman Scholarship program is making
money available for summer study abroad. The
program must be at least 28 days in length, and
student applicants must be receiving the federal
Pell Grant. Details are