Feb. 5, 2004
Vol. 23 No. 9

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    Randel will address staff at first town hall meeting in a series

    President Randel

    President Randel will speak with staff members of the University at 12:15 p.m. Monday, Feb. 16, at the first in a series of town hall meetings. In this public forum, titled “People Who Matter,” Randel will recognize the work contributions of University staff members and provide staff with an opportunity to ask questions following his remarks.

    In the context of the University’s mission, Randel will discuss some of the recent projects and initiatives, including how staff members have contributed to important outcomes within their respective departments and how those accomplishments contribute to and further the University’s goals.

    The meeting is scheduled from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. and will be held in Breasted Hall in the Oriental Institute, 1155 E. 58th St. Employees may bring a brown bag lunch to the meeting.

    The University Human Resources Management office will request that staff submit questions for the Q&A session in advance, so that a wide variety of topics can be covered within the meeting’s time frame. Questions will be collected at the event and read by a moderator. Staff also may submit questions in advance to Chris Keeley, Associate Vice President for UHRM, in Room 209, Ingleside Hall.

    Keeley encourages all staff employees to attend the meeting. “It’s a wonderful occasion for University leaders and staff to exchange information and to share perspectives,” she said.

    Future meetings in the series are planned, with the next town hall meeting set for Monday, May 3. Hank Webber, Vice President for Community and Government Affairs, will be the featured speaker at this meeting.