Alcalá View 1991 8.4

Staff Employee Association co-presidents Pat Lee and Cheance Adair present School of Education Dean Ed DeRoche with the 1991 Administrator of the Year Award at the July Staff Employee Appreciation Picnic. (See page four for Dr. DeRoche profile.) Campus Briefs It Brings Out the Best in All of Us... How can you get a half-day off

5:15 p.m. Nov. 17 in USD's Sports Center. The game is the first of an international doubleheader which also will feature USD's men's team hosting Czechoslovakia's men's na- tional team at 7:30 p.m. For more information, call Ted Gosen at ext. 4745. Tibetan Monks to Perform at USD The Bhuddist Gyuto Monks from Gyuto Tantric University (founded in 1474) will perform at 3 p.m. Nov. 17 in Shiley Theatre. The monks, dis- ciples of the Tibetan Dalai Lama, now live in exile in India and per- form in the West to raise funds for a monastery they want to build in Nepal. For more information call Scott Haiduc at ext. 8726. Correction The late October issue of the Alcala View reported an incorrect fig- ure for the current number of under- graduates. There are currently 3,901 undergraduates, not 3,575, as reported.

with pay? Or how about a reserved parking spot near your work site for one week? The answer is simple: return your United Way /CHAD pledge card after attending one of several campaign presentations during the first two weeks of November. Then wait and see if your raffle ticket is one of the six (three for each prize) selected at the end of the campaign. This year's United Way /CHAD campaign co-chairs, Maria Mar- tinez-Cosio, director of community relations, and Dr. Robert Mertz, as- sociate professor of engineering, urge employees to take advantage of this chance to help fellow San Diegans in need. For more information, call Mar- tinez-Cosio at ext. 4297 or Mertz at ext. 4507. Latvia Women's Hoop Team Here The women's national team from the newly independent country of Latvia, will meet USD's Toreras at

For Women Only There's a special program now available to USD's female employees. Thanks to Mercy Hospital, Marla Mar- tinez-Cosio, assistant director of public relations, and Calista Frank, employee training and recognition manager, the MercyCare Women Services Program is now available to all interested employees. When you enroll in the MercyCare program, your membership card entitles you to the following free benefits: * Free 24-hour Health Infor- mation Hotline staffed by registered nurses. * Women's Health Agenda Lecture Series. (In English and Spanish) * Health screenings and mammography at special rates. * Informative quarterly newsletter, Women's Health Today. * Free Physician Referral Service. * Support group and net- working opportunities. * Child care during semi- nars/lectures. * Free health brochures and video-lending library. * Validated parking for lec- tures, screenings and hos- pital visits. * Easy access to Mercy Hospital and Medical Center's broad scope of Women' s Services. It 's easy to enroll - just fill out the form available in the Human Resources office. For more information, call Calista at ext. 8761. A boy, Joshua Christopher, to Lisa Smith, deposit clerk, Cashier, and her husband, Chris, on Oct. 9. Baby Joshua weighed 6 lbs., 8 oz. Death Marie Martin, mother of Peter Martin, assistant project manager, Physical Plant, in early October. Retired Adela Montejano, clerk, Mail Center, on Oct. 24. Passages Birth





6 Continuin course. Certificate Business. " ment Strate Rivetti, ass of finance. nesdays th ber. 6:30 - Manchester Conference 260-4585 . Concert. USD Choir Dr. Robert Dr. Henry I 8 p.m., Shi Fee. 260-4 Urban plu1 USD stude employees cies for yoU teens and s Meet at Pal USD Alcal ments. Spo sociated St Volunteer 260-4798. 13 Benefits In Meeting. 1:30-2:30 a Salomon H Mini-Mana "Motivating Without Mo Stark, vice co-owner o West. 6-9 p. Scripture Lunch-time sion. Presen lotta DiLore 12- 1 p.m ., I sity Center r Free. 260-4

5 Concert. San Diego composers con- cert. 8 p.m., Camino Theater. Fee. 260-4600, ext. 4456.

12 Play. Master of Fine Arts production. "Macbeth." Continues through Nov. 17 and Nov. 19-26. 8 p.m., Sacred Heart Hall. Fee. 231-1941. Dedication. Camino Theater to be re- named Shiley Theatre in honor of trustee Darlene Shiley and her husband, Donald. 5 p.m., Camino Hall. Reception following in Camino courtyard. 260-4537.

11 Benefits Information Meeting. 12-1 p.m., Hahn Univer- sity Center Forum A (Spanish). Ext. 8764.

17 Concert.

Gyuto Monks Tibetan Tantric Choir. 3 p.m., Shiley Theatre. Sponsored by Associated Students. $15. All proceeds will go toward the rebuilding of the monks' monastery. 260-8726. Basketball. Women's team vs. Latvia women ' s team (exhibi- tion). 5:15 p.m., Sports Center. Fee. 260-4803. Men's team vs. Czecho- slovakia men's team (ex- hibition). 7:30 p.m. Sports Center. Fee. 260-4803.


New Titles at the Bookstore Circle ofLife, David Cohen Rituals of life from around the world by the producers of Day in the Life series. Forward by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Mamista, Len Deighton A fictional Central American struggle over oil, power and money. Hillerman County, Tony Hil- lerman. A pictorial journey through America's Southwest with one of its best-known writers. A Wish for Wings that Work, Berkeley Breathed. The Pulit- zer Prize winning illustrator brings us this delightful Christmas story. Black Hills White Justice, Ed- ward Lazarus. Chronicles of the struggle between the Sioux nation and the U.S., from 1775 (All lunches are served with a soup of the day, a vegetable, and assorted desserts. Menu subject to change.) Monday, Nov. 4 Beef Machaca, Chicken Burritos Tuesday, Nov. 5 Roast Beef, Chicken Pot Pie Wednesday,Nov.6 Meat Loaf, Comish Game Hen Thursday, Nov. 7 Italian Beef, Baked Cod Friday, Nov. 8 Baked Chicken, Shepards Pie Monday, Nov.11 Roast Beef, Baked Cod Tuesday, Nov. 12 Pasta Bar, Stuffed Shells Wednesday, Nov.13 Fried Perch, Swiss Steak Thursday, Nov.14 Sweet/Sour Pork, Broccoli Beef Friday, Nov.15 Ham Noodle Bake, BBQ Chicken Classifieds Wanted. Vons receipts. Please send your Vons receipts to Jackie Genovese, Maher Hall, Room 274. Faculty/Staff Dining Room Menu


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7 Workshop. Institute for Christian Min- istries, "Unlocking Our Dreams." Julianne Graf. 6:30-9:30 p.m., Hahn University Center 107. Continues Nov. 14, 21. Fee. 260-4874. Basketball. Men's team vs. Marathon Oil. 7:30 p.m., Sports Cen- ter. Fee. 260-4803. Concert. Music of Copeland, Bernstein, Foss and Ward- Steinman. 8 p.m. Shiley Theatre. Fee. 260-4600, ext. 4486.

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Men's team vs. California State University, Los An- geles. 7:30 p.m., Torero Stadium . Fee. 260-4803. Concert. Jazz, featuring Jack Wheaton and Ellen Johnson. 8 p.m., Shiley Theatre. Fee. 260-4600, ext. 4486.

Institute for Christian Mini- stries. "Bereavement Min- istry." Jude Ramirez. 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., Salomon Lecture Hall, Maher Hall. Continues Nov. 23, Feb. 1. Fee. 260-4784. Volleyball. Women's team vs. Santa Clara University. 5 p.m., Sports Center. Free.

260-4803. Football.

USD vs. Azusa Pacific University. 7:30 p.m., Torero Stadium . Fee. 260-4803.

15 Business Update Series. "In Search of International Business Excellence." Dr. Dennis Briscoe, professor of management. 7:30 a.m., Manchester Executive Conference Center. $15. 260-4644. Benefits Fair. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. , Hahn University Center Forum AB. Ext. 8764. Volleyball. Women's team vs. Loyola Marymount University. 7 p.m., Sports Center. Free. 260-4803. Holiday Boutique. "Christmas de Alcala" sponsored by USD Auxiliary. Continues Satur- day , Nov.16. Times vary. Fee. 260-4629.

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16 Women's swimming. USD vs. University of Nevada, Reno and U.C. Ir- vine. 3 p.m., Sports Cen- ter. Free. 260-4803. Women's volleyball. USD vs. Pepperdine University. 7 p.m. , Sports Center. Free. 260-4803.

"Second Spring." Paint- ings and sculptures by 10 contemporary Chinese artists. Reception for the artists 5-7 p.m., Founders Gallery. Exhibit continues through Dec. 20. Open weekdays 12:30- 5:30 p.m., Founders Gal- lery. Free. 260-4600.

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Golden Rule Guides 1991 Administrator of theYear By Jacqueline Genovese School of Education Dean Ed DeRoche says he tries to live by the golden rule, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Apparently, he's doing a pretty good job of it. This past July, the father of six was honored as the Administrator of the Year by the Staff Employee Association at the 1991 Staff Employee Appreciation picnic. In nominating him, Dr. DeRoche's employees used words such as "great listener," "friend," "leader," "young at heart," "kind" and "fair." They could have also added "modest." "I was totally snowed by this award," Dr. DeRoche admits with a boyish grin. "I wasn't going to go to the picnic, but I thought one of my secretaries was going to win an award, so I went. I didn't even know they had called my name until everyone around me started giggling." The Connecticut native may have been surprised by his award, but other members of the USD community weren't. When presenting the award, Pat Lee, co-president of the Staff Employees Association, recalled her first meeting with Dr. DeRoche some four years ago. "I was working in the cashier's office, and this tall man came to the window, smiled, put his hand through the teller's window and said 'Welcome to USD, my name is Ed. If there's anything I can help you with, let me know.' When he walked away, my supervisor said, 'You just met one of the nicest people on this cam- pus, Ed DeRoche."' That reputation comes from the dean's absolute willingness to help anybody who comes through his door. Students with tui- tion problems, faculty members with profes- iiP University of San Diego Publications Office Maher Hall Room 274

Benefit Briefs By Vicki Coscia Maggie Davison

Important Dates in November Benefits Information Meeting Nov. 11., 12-1 p.m., U.C. Forum A (Spanish) Benefits Information Meeting Nov. 13, 1:30-2:30 & 3-4 p.m., Salomon Hall Benefits Fair Nov. 15, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. U.C. Forum AB Open Enrollment Nov. 19-22, 9 a.m-4:30 p.m., Maher Dining Room We Are Trying Something New•.. during open enrollment. Hwnan Resources will be send- ing a "BRIGHT PINK" notice to individual employees who cWTently have health/dependent care reimbursement accounts, and/or who have waived medi- cal/dental coverage and will be REQUIRED to go through the open enrollment process in order to continue these elections in 1992. Please consider this notice your personal invitation to attend open enrollment any time from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Nov. 19-22 It Is Highly Recom- mended...that employees who plan to make changes in their 1992 benefits come either Tues- day, Wednesday or Thursday of open enrollment week. Based on experience and the fact that the nwnber of enrollment days has been decreased from six to four, we encourage you NOT to wait until the last minute. Come early in the week and avoid the crowds. Special Day••• On Nov. 20 Es- ther Nissenson from Hwnan Resources win be available to assist Spanish-speaking employees with their 1992 open enrollment selections. Please pass the word to your co- workers. Thanks. Watch the next issue of Alcala View for information on A: medical and dental carrier rates for 1992 B: subsidy benefits for 1992 C: how "PINK" will save time and make your life easier.

Schoof of Education Dean Ed DeRoche came to USD in 1979. sional needs and employees in financial trouble have witnessed Dr. DeRoche's will- ingness to do whatever it takes to help, even if it means dipping into his own pocket. "I view administration as service to people," he explains. "That's why I'm here, to help people solve their problems." And fortunately for USD, the Civil War buff plans on staying at USD. "I love it here," he says, eyes twinkling. "This is the best place to work." ACADEMIC CALENDAR CHANGE The following revisions have been made to the 1991-92 Academic Calendar: Monday-Friday: March 9-13, Spring Break Thursday-Friday: April 16-17, Holy Thursday, Good Friday Note: Friday, March 20 is no longer a holiday. Please mark these changes on your calendar.

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