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Wednesday
July 20, 2005
Vol 3, No 3


Inside Today's Issue
 

1. Do You Know: Brian Glotzbach, student trustee

Brian Glotzbach, the new student trustee on Metro State’s board, may be the prototypical Metro State student. Thirty years old and a junior, the athletic training major sampled a few colleges and disciplines before settling in to a career helping athletes overcome injuries...more >

2. Jordan forms President’s Cabinet
3. Development Office exceeds goal
4. Morfeld named interim admissions director
5. Jordan sets November for provost selection
6. Reminder: Campaign rules for state employees
7. Climbing the walls in this heat?
8. Student government undergoes restructuring


2. Jordan forms President’s Cabinet

President Stephen Jordan began his third week at Metro State’s helm on July 18 by convening the President’s Cabinet for the first time.

To read more go to
http://www.msudenver.edu/collcom/@metro/tw@metro_vol3/cabinet_twv3072005.htm

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3. Development Office exceeds goal


The Development Office surpassed its fundraising goal last fiscal year by about a third. Aiming to raise $1.5 million, the office received contributions totaling $2,113,920 in the fiscal year ending June 30.

To read more go to
http://www.msudenver.edu/collcom/@metro/tw@metro_vol3/development_twv3072005.htm

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4. Morfeld named interim admissions director

Jim Morfeld, associate director of internal operations in the Office of Admissions, will take over as interim director of admissions on Aug. 1.

To read more go to
http://www.msudenver.edu/collcom/@metro/tw@metro_vol3/morefeld_twv3072005.htm

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5. Jordan sets November for provost selection

President Stephen Jordan, in an admittedly ambitious move, has set November as the goal for the selection of a provost and vice president for Academic Affairs.

To read more go to
http://www.msudenver.edu/collcom/@metro/tw@metro_vol3/provost_twv3072005.htm

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6. Reminder: Campaign rules for state employees

Because faculty and staff who work for Metro State are employees of the state of Colorado, there are laws that restrict their political activities. Here are some things to remember:

To read more go to
http://www.msudenver.edu/collcom/@metro/tw@metro_vol3/rules_twv3072005.htm


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7. Climbing the walls in this heat?

Climbing the walls because you’re stuck inside during all this hot weather? Then why not really climb a wall?

To read more go to
http://www.msudenver.edu/collcom/@metro/tw@metro_vol3/wall_twv3072005.htm

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8. Student government undergoes restructuring

The student government has reorganized. Last fall, the Student Government Assembly (SGA) passed a new constitution instituting three branches: executive, legislative and judicial.

To read more go to
http://www.msudenver.edu/collcom/@metro/tw@metro_vol3/SGA_twv3072005.htm

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