News and Kudos

July 2021

   July 31, 2021

Dear Colleagues,

June 2021

   June 29, 2021

Dear Colleagues,

May 2021

   May 26, 2021

Dear Colleagues,

Now that the spring semester is over, I hope you are easing into summer and finding time for rest and relaxation, along with any research, summer teaching, or fall planning you may be doing. I want to thank everyone for your incredible support during my first semester back. I can't tell you how beneficial work has been for me these past few months. I'd like to thank...

April 2021

   April 14, 2021

Dear Colleagues,

As the semester begins to wind down, I have several kudos and reminders to share. I know this has been a challenging academic year, so I am hoping you have plans to rest, renew, and/or research over the summer. And I hope everyone has gotten or will get a COVID-19 vaccination. Some of you may have been planning to get the J and J vaccine through the University, but...

March 2021, No.2

   March 18, 2021

Dear Colleagues,

March 2021, No.1

   March 2, 2021

Dear Colleagues,

February 2021

   February 15, 2021

Dear Colleagues,

January 2021, No. 2

   January 28, 2021

Dear Colleagues,

I hope the start of Spring 2021 has gone well.  The semester seems to have gotten off to a busy start and will no doubt get busier in the days and weeks ahead.  I want to give you a few reminders and announcements before January gets away from us.

January 2021, No. 1

   January 18, 2021

Dear Colleagues,

Welcome back! We begin a new semester in what promises to be a momentous week, a week that begins with the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King. No doubt you are busy making last- minute adjustments to your courses, but I hope you are also taking time to reflect on the significance of Dr. King’s messages of hope and light for democracy and how they are needed now more...

November 2020

   November 23, 2020

Hi All,

I know this semester has been stressful and challenging, so perhaps some good news will be welcome. Below find information about some of the exciting things our faculty and students have been up to recently.
Best wishes,

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