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Friday, August 29, 2014

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• Pedestrian Improvements at the Biology Building
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Faculty/Staff Only Intramural Sports
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Continuing Education Offers Communications Course
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Publications and Printing Open House
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Center for Diversity and Inclusion Open House

Announcements:

• Beginning Tuesday, September 2, construction on pedestrian improvements to the Biology building will commence. The area of focus will be on the Roberts Drive East side of the building and surrounding area. Building access from this side will remain open with pedestrian route changes. Roadways will remain open for the entire construction period, but at times may be reduced to one lane. As always in a construction area, pay attention to your surroundings. Should you have questions please contact Carlos Ruiz at 678-839-6371.

We appreciate your patience as we make this a “Destination University.” Go West! Go Wolves!

• The Department of University Recreation is proud to announce a new Faculty/Staff ONLY Intramural Sports League. Flag Football and Sand Volleyball will be offered during the Fall #1 Sports. Registration is open until September 4. For more information, contact Ed Croy or call x90658.

• Communication is KEY. Five spots are available in the “Essential Communication in the Workplace” Course with Dr. Susan Hall on Thursday, September 18 in Carrollton. Register online or call Continuing Education at 678-839-6611.

Events:

• Publications & Printing will host a fall Back-to-Class Open House for students, faculty and staff on September 4 from 1-4 p.m. We are located across from East Commons Dining Hall. Stop in for snacks and a look at some of the new print items available including static cling decals, magnets and cut-to-shape printing.

• The Center for Diversity and Inclusion is pleased to announce its Open House on Thursday, September 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Row Hall, East Wing, Second Floor. The purpose of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) is, through a variety of programs, initiatives and collaborations, to work to reinforce and increase the campus' appreciation of, and sensitivity to issues related to diversity.
The Center for Diversity and Inclusion consists of the Black Culture Resource Center, the Multicultural Resource Center, The Multicultural Achievement Program (MAP) and the African American Male Initiative (AAMI).
The Open House will include a scavenger hunt, student organization competition, and a tour of our office. Stop by, experience the Center for Diversity & Inclusion, and enjoy a free treat! If you have questions or concerns, please call our office at 678-839-5400.