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Sara Miller

Sara Miller serves as public information coordinator/spokesperson for the University.

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Evening and late-night transportation, parking options expanded

Evening and late-night transportation, parking options expanded

November 4, 2016

Increased access to parking lots and additional shuttle stops will ensure greater convenience and safety for University community members, especially students who live off campus.

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Public Safety is collecting holiday gifts to help children of domestic violence

Public Safety is collecting holiday gifts to help children of domestic violence

November 1, 2016

The Willow Center’s Purple Box campaign launches this time each year in recognition of national Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

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Disability Awareness Campaign spreads understanding of differences, resources

Disability Awareness Campaign spreads understanding of differences, resources

November 1, 2016

The campaign highlights the services available to University community members who every day cope with a disability or have a special accessibility need.

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Milavec named associate VP for financial operations and controller

Milavec named associate VP for financial operations and controller

October 18, 2016

Elizabeth Milavec will serve as the primary administrative officer responsible for planning, developing, directing and maintaining the University’s systems of accounting, financial reporting and financial internal controls.

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University community honors Ed Hajim ’58 with new quadrangle dedication and statue

University community honors Ed Hajim ’58 with new quadrangle dedication and statue

October 14, 2016

Hajim was University Board chairman from 2008 to 2016, and has served the University in many capacities for nearly 60 years. The new bronze statue of Hajim was created this year by internationally renowned sculptor Marc Mellon, who in 2009 also made the George Eastman statue on the Eastman Quad.

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Jonathan Burdick receives national award for diversity efforts

Jonathan Burdick receives national award for diversity efforts

September 30, 2016

The vice provost and dean of college admission, was presented with the Inclusion, Access and Success award by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC).

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NSF grant to fund entrepreneurial growth, innovation

NSF grant to fund entrepreneurial growth, innovation

September 27, 2016

An award of $4.2 million from the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps Program will create a regional hub for research-driven commercialization and leverage the national network of I-Corps Nodes.

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Public Safety team to ‘Walk a Mile’ for domestic violence awareness

Public Safety team to ‘Walk a Mile’ for domestic violence awareness

September 26, 2016

The annual event where many participants wear high heels and fun shoes during a one-mile walk around Ontario Beach Park benefits the Willow Domestic Violence Center. The “Walk A Mile in My Shoes” event coincides with Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October.

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Public Safety graduates most diverse class ever

Public Safety graduates most diverse class ever

September 19, 2016

The newest class of non-sworn officers includes individuals proficient in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Patois, and have joined Public Safety from a wide range of professional backgrounds.

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Never forget: Remembering September 11

Never forget: Remembering September 11

September 9, 2016

Among the nearly 3,000 people who died during September 11 attacks were six alumni—three who had just settled in to their offices in the World Trade Center; two who were flying aboard United Flight 93 when it crashed in rural Pennsylvania; and one who rushed to help survivors escaping the crumbling towers. This year and every year, we remember those we lost.

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