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Wednesday Wire: January 27, 2021

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New Hires/Exits

  1. Zane Raudenbush will be resigning from his position on the ATI faculty effective February 5th to take a newly established turfgrass position with the Davey Tree Company. All of us in Horticulture are sad to see him go, but wish him the very best in this exciting new career opportunity. 


  1. The deadline for submitting cards for nursing home residents -- this year's MLK Day service project -- has been extended to February 8. Boxes to collect cards are in the Housing Office and Student Activities Center.

  2. Effective Jan 25th the business office will be open from 9 am to 4 pm. 

  3. Just a reminder about our first coffee talk for the semester coming up this Thursday (see below). Lori Kaser from the CFAES Office of Research and Graduate Education will be stopping in for the first 15 minutes before we jump into some time for you all to connect.

  4. To more securely manage this process and the records generated, we have recently moved to a records management system and changed the name from Student of Concern to the CARE Team. Notifying the CARE Team is one of the ways to support our students who may be experiencing personal challenges. The

  5. The Student Life Student Wellness Center has scheduled eight interactive workshops throughout Spring semester for our faculty and staff to gain knowledge related to supporting students’ holistic well-being, management of stress and substance use, and preparing participants to host difficult

  6. As we continue our national search for the university’s next executive vice president and provost, we are hosting virtual town halls to gather input. Two virtual town halls will be held on Wednesday, February 3. A session will be held for faculty and staff from 2-3 p.m. and another for students

  7. Greetings from the Advisor Training and Development Committee!  The Committee will begin publishing a monthly newsletter in Microsoft Teams starting Thursday, January 28. Please remember to sign into Teams to find interesting articles and valuable resources. 


  1. This conference offers a holistic approach to academic survival from the points of view of college faculty, learning assistance and student support professionals, administrators, and high school teachers.