Alcalá View 2002 19.2
~ overr,6 f ,a I .. %! The Alca/6 View ::, Wants to Hear from You Ask H.R: H.R. is the boss of benefits, the pioneer of payroll, the honcho of hiring and the veteran of vacations. If you have questions about anything from the rules for long-term disability to qualifying for tuition remission, or any other human resources issue that has you stumped, ask H.R. Send your questions to email@example.com. Free Parking For the second year in a row, Guillermina "Mina" Guzman of the registrar's office was one of three winners of the parking permit drawing, coordinated by the Staff Employees Association. Other winners were Gustavo Rivera of building maintenance and Ron Valenzuela of the bursar's office. The three 2002-03 faculty/staff parking permits were a gift from an anonymous donor. Education Conference The Manchester Family Child Development Center, with the School of Education, will host the "Beyond Reggio: The Next Step" conference, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Oct. 18-19, at the Child Development Center. Julianne Wurm, M.A., Ed.M, will speak about the Reggio approach to education that first was adopted in Italy. For information, call Jacqueline Corey Kennedy at ext. 4620 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservations are required . .g
Luncheon Colloquium The campus community is invited to hear representatives from various campus pro- grams discuss how they envision and implement the university's mission state- ment at a luncheon colloquium, 12:15-2 p.m., Oct. 15, in the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, conference room D. SEA-Sponsored Cookbook The SEA is collecting recipes from staff, administrators and faculty for a USD cook- book. Recipes are welcome in the follow- ing categories : appetizers, beverages, desserts, main courses, salads, sauces and miscellaneous . Upon completion, the cookbook will be available for purchase. Submissions should include the employ- ee's name, department and extension, and must be sent by Nov. 1 to Patricia Moulton at the School of Business, Olin Hall, Room 120, or email@example.com. Homecoming is Coming Homecoming Weekend is Nov. 8-10. Festivities include a tailgate party, a Toreros football game against Southern Oregon University, class reunions and a Mass with presentation of the Mother Rosalie Hill Award to Russell Caine '85 in recogn ition of his commitment of service to USD. All faculty and their families may attend events for free. Discounts are available to adminis- trators and staff. To RSVP, call ext. 4819 .
Tram Schedule West campus: 7 a.m.-midnight. Alcala Vistas: 7 a.m.-midnight, with Palomar and Laguna stops from 7-7:30 a.m.; 2:50-5 :45 p.m.; 7:50 p.m.-midnight. Tecolote Village: 7 a.m.-midnight. Old Town: 6:20-8:40 a.m.; 3:30-6:30 p.m. Mission Beach: 7:15 a.m.- 10:45 p.m. The Old Town tram stops at the off-site Napa Street parking lot to and from campus in the morning and afternoon. In the interim, service is provided to the Napa lot on an hourly basis. MILESTONES Kristin (Engstrand) Moran '94, assistant professor of communication studies, and her husband, Dan Moran '01, welcomed a baby girl, Madison Blaise, on Aug. 18. She weighed 8 pounds, 1_ounce. Marie Minnick, assistant dean of students, and husband Mike celebrated the birth of a baby boy, Luke Andrew, on Sept. 11 . He weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces, and was 20.5 inches long. Raymond Strangl, father of Peggy Aggerton, executive assistant for the vice president and provost, passed away on Aug. 21 after a short illness. Note of Thanks On behalf of myself and my family, I would like to thank the USD community for your prayers, thoughts and cards fol- lowing the loss of my dad. - Sister Dale Brown Associate Director of Financial Aid Services
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Alcala View Vol. 19, No. 2 EDITOR Krystn Shrieve CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Michael Haskins, Susan Herold, Tim McKernan PRODUCTION AND DESIGN Barbara Ferguson PHOTOGRAPHY Rodney Nakamoto COLUMN ILLUSTRATIONS Greg High
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