Enrichment Day provided opportunities for the campus to learn more about the events of September 11, and to discuss and express feelings. Among the speakers were: Shari Dollinger, officer for inter-religious affairs for the Embassy of Israel.
Enrichment Day: Among the afternoon activities, faculty, staff, and students made crafts to express themselves.
Enrichment Day: Tarik Alagany, assistant director for the Information Office of the Embassy of Saudi Arabia.
Brandon Caesar, nurse for the Student Health Service, gives Dr. Barbara White, chair of the Social Work Department, her flu shot on October 11. The shots were also given to interested members of the campus community on October 17 and 18, and proved so popular that the vaccines ran out on the 18th. The Student Health Service plans to make the flu shots available to the campus again this month.
Dr. Jane Dillehay, CLAST dean (right) and Eileen Matthews, CLAST interim associate dean of The Center for Academic Programs and Student Services (left), congratulate Terry Coye, Englishworks! and ELI director, and Nancy Carroll, Academic Advising project director/People Soft Module for 25 years and 20 years of service to the University, respectively.
Enrichment Day: students showed their pride over a flag display by assistant professor of biology Ava Morrow.