Included in the package were revised policies pertaining to discriminatory harassment, student absences for religious reasons, tuition and fee schedule for 1995-96 and off-campus staff meetings.
A new policy, "Professional Standards and Business Conduct - Use of University Technology and Information Resources," was also included.
In addition, Policy Manual holders were asked to remove an outdated policy on Bookstore operational policies and procedures.
Any holder of a Policy Manual who has not received the package should contact the Policies and Procedures Office at ext. 8037.
Children who will be between the ages of 2 years, 9 months and 5 by Sept. 1, 1996 are eligible for the program. Lots will be drawn according to child's age group and employee or student category. The center offers full- and part-time preschool and child care.
Interested parents may obtain information and lottery registration information by calling Children's Center Director Barbara Krakowsky, ext. 3089, before Jan. 10, 1996.
The theme of the event will be "A Celebration of Faculty Scholarship." In addition to the traditional display of recent works by faculty authors, several departments will contribute their talents. The Theater Department will create a small exhibition of stage and costume design, for example, while the Fine Arts Department will furnish various pieces of artwork, and faculty in the sciences will have a poster display. In addition, there will be a recital of excerpts from works by Assoc. Prof. Thomas Oboe Lee (Music).
The event is open to all faculty and staff.
The event will feature a keynote address by Boston Public Library Director Arthur Curley. Other speakers and presentations will explore the consortium's history and future direction.
This is the fifth year the office is coordinating the program, which is aimed at international students wishing to learn more about this American holiday. No overnight stay is involved.
Anyone interested in participating should contact the Intercultural Office, ext. 8005, by Nov. 6.
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