Currently the Dean of the Undergraduate College at Bryn Mawr College, Rasmussen previously held administrative positions at Duke and Wesleyan.
The current plans for the quad expansion seek to unite campus through a common passageway.
Effective July 8, the new dean of students will be Michele Rasmussen, current dean of the undergraduate college at Bryn Mawr, according to the University’s News Office website. She will be the second-ranking administrator in the Office of Campus and…
The changed format of “Coffee and Donuts” is a welcome attempt to foster student engagement.
Many questions strayed from the intended subject at “A Leadership Conversation with President Zimmer.”
The new administrator discusses the future of her position and welcomes new students to campus.
These U of C administrators are at the top of the food chain when it comes to both your life at the University and the life of the University itself.
The man Mario Small will replace became dean nearly 10 years ago.
Vice President for Campus Life and Dean of Students Kim Goff-Crews will depart the University at the end of the academic year for a dual position at her alma mater, Yale University.
The University of Chicago Service Center has appointed its first Community Service Adviser.
While RHs and professors may facilitate some of your day-to-day activities, the U of C administrators are at the top of the food chain when it comes to both your life at the University and the life of the University itself.
On the corner of the campus, a school for special-needs students reaches a turning point in its history.
Alice Chandler worked at the University, including managing the Provost’s and President’s offices for 75 years.
Students and Housekeeping staff convened yesterday concerning staffing changes between the Housekeeping and Facilities staff.
Vice President of Civic Engagement Ann Marie Lipinski was named Curator of the Harvard Nieman Foundation for Journalism
The White House announced that President Zimmer will be the newest addition to the body of advisors to the NSF.
After the announcement that housekeeping and facilities services will merge, students rise up to help save jobs
Matthew Tirrell from the University of California Berkeley will serve as the director of the Institute for Molecular Engineering beginning July 1.
The number of community service RSOs more than doubled to 75 during Goode’s time at the UCSC. The new director will likely take his position as advisor to all of them.
Two of the three are taking positions they’ve already held on an interim basis.
In an effort to intertwine technology and education, Shahzad Rasul, an IT consultant, has taken charge of the Neighborhood Schools Program.
The University announced a series of changes to disciplinary procedure in response to suggestions from a committee formed to review the policy.
The University should endorse the DREAM Act, even if it it means taking a stand on a political issue
The U of C accepts undocumented students and provides them with need-based financial aid in accordance with its previously standing policies.
An ad hoc group of nine students and one faculty member will advise protocol changes, Kim Goff-Crews announced at an open forum Wednesday.
University of Pennsylvania administrator Thomas Farrell was appointed Vice President for Alumni Relations and Development.
Reg report does more to quiet controversy than preventing recurrence
President Robert Zimmer is dating a faculty member after separating from his wife and moving out of the President’s house in September.
Union will demand less wasteful spending,
not just salary increases, in future rallies
Economics professor Lars Peter Hansen was appointed director of the Milton Friedman Institute for Research in Economics (MFI) last week. Hansen headed the faculty committee that proposed the MFI and was its acting director from its inception in July 2008.
Zimmer also assured faculty and students that there are no plans for further budget cuts or reductions in financial aid.
Schill has plans to grow the Law School’s faculty and usher in a new legal movement.
Rather than trying to recruit funds based on an alumni’s major, Schiller understood that many alums had a wide array of interests
Bill Michel, assistant vice president for student life in the University, recommended that the University take broad action to improve both the perception and quality of student life outside the classroom.
Lynch, as new UCPD chief, already working with city police on increasing South Campus safety
Gutman: Residence hall councils should use “creative abilities” when spending money after 25 percent cutbacks
Art and Munsters say sharing documents with the accused consolidating committees unlikely to happen
U of C Registrar, who worked to implement similar legislation in California, said change could require significant amount of work.
The University called the rise in tuition and total costs “the smallest in more than a decade” in the press release in which they were announced. However, when compared with the rate of inflation, real costs are higher than they have been in at least four years.
Isaacs plans to put Argonne at the cutting edge of research in X-ray science and energy development.
Andrew Alper (A.B.’80, M.B.A.’81) was elected chairman of the University of Chicago Board of Trustees at a meeting Wednesday. He will begin his three-year term June 4. Current chair James Crown announced his plans to step down last month, after serving as chair for six years. The trustees amended the board’s bylaws to create a three-year term for the chairman at last night’s meeting.
The University is cutting its budget by about five percent, administrators announced Tuesday, citing the performance of the University’s endowment as the most significant cause. The endowment has fallen about 30 percent in the past year.
Academic centers’ sponsorship of events doesn’t signify an endorsement of ideas, says Davenport on Gaza panel
O’Neill credits VP Behnke’s departure as influential in his decision to resign this summer
Zimmer hopes that U of C students have more than a “superficial understanding” of Medical Center controversy
Scott Sudduth, associate vice president for federal relations, singled out Fermilab as being “among the big winners.”
James Crown, chairman of the University Board of Trustees, worked to secure federal funding for research.
Laid-off workers protest perceived cuts in Hospital care
The University of Chicago Medical Center laid off 450 employees, almost five percent of its staff, Monday morning as part of its effort to comply with planned budget cuts of $100 million.
African studies majors miffed by department change