Hundreds of faculty, staff and student have provided feedback about LeBlanc’s job performance online and in small groups.
Members of fraternities and sororities who make a gift to the senior class gift campaign by April 10 will have $10 donated to their chapter.
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Officials will “soon” launch a search for a chief people officer, a position that will oversee employee benefits, recruitment and training.
Six students turned out to two feedback sessions held last week as part of the first community review of University President Thomas LeBlanc.
For the first time, students will be able to thank donors through a text message during the annual Flag Day celebration on April 17.
Officials hosted four sessions this week for faculty and staff to air their grievances and provide feedback for University President Thomas LeBlanc.
Officials said about 13,000 unique users have accessed Digital Workplace, an online IT maintenance tool, in the year since its launch.
Professors said a White House executive order protecting free speech on college campuses may make students more apt to share controversial beliefs.
The first-ever “Coffee with Colonials” events were held this month, connecting students with alumni to discuss career advice.