President Jordan welcomes new recruiters from the Admissions Office on August 4. Pictured with Dr. Jordan are (from left): Tate Tullier, Tamara Suiter, and Jerry Pua.
Student Health Services gave free cholesterol screenings to 46 members of the campus community during a two-hour period on August 7. Registered nurses Eleanor Craighead and Linda Clay performed the tests and explained the results, and RN Brandon Caesar and Clinical Supervisor Chantrawan Chittasign provided information on maintaining a healthy cholesterol level. Here, Linda Clay talks with Maria Petrova-Margason about test results. (Also pictured is interpreer Gail Nathanson.)
The wall at the main entrance to campus was damaged on August 8 at 1:38 a.m. when it was struck by a car. According to Sgt. Virginia Fedor of the Department of Public Safety, a driver traveling north on Eighth Street failed to negotiate a left turn onto Florida Avenue and struck the wall. She said it appeared that speed was a factor in the incident. Physical Plant Manager Joe Hatfield said that a search is underway to locate sandstone that matches the wall so that repairs can be made.
Student Affairs Dean Carl Pramuk talks to new faculty members about services provided by offices in this campus unit during the welcome session on the first day of New Faculty Orientation. Pramuk’s presentation was one of 16 sessions held August 11 to 13 to acquaint new faculty with the University. New faculty members and their departments (as of August 4) are: David Barclay, Social Work, Corine Bickley, Audiology, Bernard Brown, Business, Colleen Callahan, History, Rachel Channon, English, Scott Carollo, Art, Tracie Duncan, Theatre Arts, Flavia Frazier, ASL and Deaf Studies, Andrea Izzo, Education, John Kennedy, Center for Academic Programs and Student Services, Jason Lamberton, Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Glenn Marvin, Biology, and James McFarlane, Linguistics and Interpreting.