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ISSUE: Volume 43, Number 50: June 29, 2006

Contents
Events to Note
UND offers "Summer at UND" program
Doctoral examination set for Hanna Rue
Summer Graduation Expo set for July 11
Doctoral examination set for Mandy Meyer
Doctoral examination set for Donna Fishbeck
Betty Gard retirement reception set for July 11
U2 workshops listed
UND couple write and perform one-act play
National Night Out set for Aug. 1
Announcements
Tuesday, July 4, is holiday
Holiday hours listed for Chester Fritz Library
Law Library lists Fourth of July weekend hours
ITSS holiday hours listed
Wellness Center holiday hours listed
Women's Center closed July 3
Museum announces July 4 weekend hours
Proposed Flexcomp provision not implemented at UND
New facilities and administrative rates set for sponsored programs
Faculty sought to teach short course in India
Welcome Weekend binder submissions sought
Bek parking lot now available
Nominations sought for Governor's Award for Excellence in Public Service
Wellness Center provides tips on summer safety
Summer apparel available at the Sioux Shop
Twamley Snack Bar open for breakfast and lunch
Museum Cafe daily specials listed
Internal job openings listed
Doctoral examination set for Mandy Meyer

The final examination for Mandy Meyer, a candidate for the Ph.D. degree with a major in Anatomy and Cell Biology, is set for 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 12, in Room B710, School of Medicine and Health Sciences. The dissertation title is "Decreased Renal Basement Membrane Thickening is Accompanied by Elevated Renal Antioxidants in the Ames Dwarf Mouse Model of Delayed Aging." Edward Carlson (Anatomy) is the committee chair.

The public is invited to attend. -- Joseph Benoit, Dean, Graduate School.

Doctoral examination set for Hanna Rue

The final examination for Hanna Rue, a candidate for the Ph.D. degree with a major in Clinical Psychology, is set for 9 a.m. July 11, in 210 Corwin-Larimore Hall. The dissertation title is "Teaching Educators Functional Assessment Procedures." Alan King (Psychology) is the committee chair.

The public is invited to attend. -- Joseph Benoit, Dean, Graduate School.

UND offers "Summer at UND" program

The University’s Summer Events program offers a wide range of activities for the community during the summer months, such as cultural or athletic events, youth camps or specialized workshops. Events are typically open to the public.

Events through July 15 follow.

• July 1 - July 14, Freshman Getting Started Program, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Memorial Union
• July 1 - July 23, Portraits Exhibition, North Dakota Museum of Art
• July 1 - Sept. 19, Vance Gellert - REAL: Artists and Landscapes Exhibition, North Dakota Museum of Art
• July 2 – Aug. 6, 55psi Biking Club, noon, outside Memorial Union
• July 5 - Aug. 1, Summer Reading Program, 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., Education Building
• July 7 – Aug. 25, Star Parties, dusk, UND Observatory
• July 9 - 15, Boys Hockey Camp, various times, Ralph Engelstad Arena
• July 9 - 15, Girls Hockey Camp, various times, Ralph Engelstad Arena
• July 9 - 16, Aerospace Summer Camp, 5 to 7 p.m., UND Campus
• July 10 – 11, Differentiated Instruction Workshop, T&L 900, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Memorial Union
• July 10 - 13, Hitter and Setter Volleyball Camp, various times, Betty Engelstad Arena and Hyslop Sports Center
• July 10 - 14, Four-Legged Friend Summer Art Day Camp, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., North Dakota Museum of Art
• July 12 - 13, Differentiating Instruction Workshop, T&L 900, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Memorial Union
• July 12 - 13, Compromising Positions, 7:30 p.m., Burtness Lab Theatre
• July 13 - 15, Defense and Passing Volleyball Camp, various times, Betty Engelstad Arena and Hyslop Sports Center
• July 13 – 15, North Dakota State Horticulture Society, Memorial Union

For more information about the Summer Events program, or to view the entire calendar of events from July 1 - Aug. 31, visit www.summer.und.edu. If you have questions on events/activities, contact the Summer Events Office at 777-0841.

-- Sara Satter, Program Assistant, Summer Events, Division of Continuing Education, sarasatter@mail.und.edu, 777-0841

Summer Graduation Expo set for July 11

The Summer Grad Expo will be held July 11 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the main floor of the Memorial Union. A visit to the Expo will be a one-stop information source for students graduating Aug. 4. The Registrar's Office will be on hand with a list of students eligible to graduate and is able to verify addresses for mailing of diplomas. The UND Bookstore and Herff Jones will have regalia, diploma covers, frames, and class rings for purchase and viewing. Financial aid can answer questions about student loan payments. Career Services will assist with job searches. The Alumni Association will explain services to new graduates. Additional information about UND's Graduate School, photographers, and catering will also be available. Faculty are invited to attend and check out custom regalia that can be ordered through the Barnes & Noble UND Bookstore. If you have questions, contact the Office of Ceremonies and Special Events at 777-6393 or e-mail dawnbotsford@mail.und.nodak.edu. For more information about Summer Commencement 2006, visit the web page at http://commencement.und.edu.
-- Dawn Botsford, Events Coordinator, Office of Ceremonies & Special Events, dawnbotsford@mail.und.nodak.edu, 777-6393

Doctoral examination set for Donna Fishbeck

The final examination for Donna Fishbeck, a candidate for the Ph.D. degree with a major in Educational Leadership, is set for 3 p.m. Tuesday, July 11, in Room 104, Education Building. The dissertation title is "Professional Development Needs of Student Affairs Professionals Within the North Dakota University System." Angela Koppang (Educational Leadership) is the committee chair.

The public is invited to attend. -- Joseph Benoit, Dean, Graduate School.

Betty Gard retirement reception set for July 11

The staff of the Chester Fritz Library invites you to a reception honoring Betty Gard in the Library’s East Asian Room from 3 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 11. She is retiring after serving the University for three and one half decades. While at UND, she has served as documents librarian, bibliographer, reference librarian and library administrator. She has overseen the activities of the reference department, which is recognized for its commitment to quality service.

In addition to her work at UND, she has been very active in state and national professional associations. In recognition of her professional service, the North Dakota Library Association named Gard the Librarian of the Year in 2002. The American Library Association also has benefited greatly from her participation on many division and section committees, and her leadership skills have been recognized with appointments to chair positions on numerous committees. She has served as state representative to the American Library Association Council for two terms.

Those who know Betty will attest to her many talents. She has been a frequent star of dramatic and musical productions in Grand Forks Community Theater. Her credits also include roles in independent films.

Betty is moving to Seattle, Wash., where she will be closer to her children. Her new address is: 2340 Minor Ave. East, #2, Seattle, WA 98102, Betty_Gard@Yahoo.com

The University, the Chester Fritz Library, the library profession, and the Grand Forks community have greatly benefited from her contributions and she will be missed. Come wish her well as she begins her new adventures. -- Wilbur Stolt, director of libraries.

U2 workshops listed

Below are U2 workshops for July 11-19. Visit our web site for more.

Creative Desktop Publishing: July 11 and 12, 8 a.m. to noon, 235 Starcher Hall, Graphic Communication Lab. Fee is $85 (eight hours total). Learn to create visually appealing posters, flyers, newsletters and more. This is a hands-on workshop that includes using computers and printers to produce your design. Participants are encouraged to bring project ideas to complete. Presenter: Lynda Kenney, Department of Technology.

Employees Privacy and the Law: July 11, 9 to 11 a.m., 305 Twamley Hall. How far can an employer go in making decisions on issues related to privacy in the workplace? Presenter: Joy Johnson and Desi Sporbert.

Defensive Driving: July 11, 12:30 to 4:30 p.m., Room 16-18, Swanson Hall. This workshop is required by state fleet for all UND employees who drive state vehicles on a regular (monthly) basis, received a traffic violation, or had an accident while operating a state vehicle. Employees are encouraged to bring a family member (spouse and/or dependents). This workshop may also reduce your North Dakota insurance premiums and could possibly remove points from your driving record. Presenter: Mike Holmes.

Digital Photography for Beginners: July 18 and 19, 8 a.m. to noon, 235 Starcher Hall, Graphic Communication Lab. Fee is $85 (eight hours total). This hands-on workshop is an introduction to the practice of digital photography, including the basics of digital cameras, photographic composition, and an introduction to Adobe PhotoShop software. Participants will learn about the digital imaging process and how to create interesting and appealing digital images. Participants are required to bring their digital cameras and manuals to the workshop. Presenter: Lynda Kenney, Department of Technology.

Records Retention and E-Mail: July 19, 10 to 11 a.m., Memorial Room, Memorial Union. Learn what role e-mail plays in an organization, UND policy and best practices for retaining e-mail messages. Presenter: Chris Austin, records manager.

Please reserve your seat by registering with U2 by: Phone, 777-2128; E-mail, U2@mail.und.nodak.edu, or online at www.conted.und.edu/U2/. Please Include: (1) Workshop Title/ Date, (2) Name, (3) Department, (4) Position, (5) Box number, (6) Phone number, (7) E-mail, and (8) How you first learned about this workshop? Thank you for registering in advance; it helps us plan for materials and number of seats.
-- Julie Sturges, Program Assistant, U2, U2@mail.und.nodak.edu, 777-2128

UND couple write and perform one-act play

Richard Schultz (Electrical Engineering) and CK Braun-Schultz (College of Business and Public Administration) were introduced and set up on a blind date in 2000; three years later they were married. Three years after that, the couple explored the possibility of participating in a playwriting course, taught by Kathleen McLennan (Theatre). As a result, the couple has written a one-act play called "Compromising Positions," which will premiere at the Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival, July 19-30. In preparation for the fringe festival, the couple will also perform the play at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, July 12-13, at the Burtness Lab Theatre.

As two very independent-minded people who married later in life, the couple quickly found that marriage was more difficult than anticipated. The Schultz’s often found themselves wondering, “What keeps a marriage together?” It is that very question that led to the creation of the play, "Compromising Positions." The original play consists of three characters, Tom and Isabelle, two newlyweds who struggle in their search for marital bliss, and a marriage therapist who helps the couple explore the meaning of the word compromise. Yet, as the story unfolds, Tom and Isabelle explore what it really takes to have a successful relationship and just how far you will –- or will not –- go to compromise. Tom and Isabelle confront their hot button issues and are left with the realization that when placed in a compromising position, love may not conquer all.

Although this real married couple claims the show is not autobiographical (wink, wink), they do believe the relationship issues in "Compromising Positions" are universal. "Even though Tom and Isabelle have specific arguments that cause interruptions in their relationship, it is the journey the couple has to go through to find compromise that is applicable to anyone who has been in a relationship. Whether you’re married, single, or want to be single again, this story exposes the truth about marriage, the cost of compromise, and what to do when trying to find the middle ground,” CK Braun-Schultz explains.

The show is free and open to the public July 12 and 13, at 7:30 p.m., UND Burtness Lab Theatre. The show is not suitable for children 16 years of age and younger.

For more information about "Compromising Positions" or the Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival, please contact CK Braun-Schultz at 777-6937 or e-mail ckbraunschultz@mail.und.edu

National Night Out set for Aug. 1

National Night Out is a nation-wide alcohol-free community party hosted in our area by the Grand Forks Police Department, the UND Police Department, United Way, NDAD, Grand Forks Social Services, Grand Forks Air Force Base, and many other area organizations and agencies. This year's event, Tuesday, Aug. 1, at the Alerus Center, features national speakers addressing prevention of drug and alcohol abuse among children and teens in our area. There will be free car seat check-ups, free child ID's, law enforcement demo's and vehicles, a dunk tank, fire department displays, information booths, and free food. Alerus Financial will fire up their mega grill for a free burger feed.

The education sessions begin at 1 p.m., and Family Fun Time runs from 5 to 8:30 p.m. The Grand Forks community is invited.

If you are interested in helping with this event, please call Officer Sue Shirek of the Grand Forks Police Department at 746-2472 or Officer Tom Brockling, UND Police Department, at 777-3491.
-- Tom Brockling, Police Officer, UND Police Department, tombrockling@mail.und.edu, 701-777-3491

Tuesday, July 4, is holiday

In accordance with State Board of Higher Education directives, Tuesday, July 4, will be observed as Independence Day by faculty and staff members of the University. Only those employees designed by their department heads will be required to work on this holiday. -- Greg Weisenstein, vice president for academic affairs and provost, and Diane Nelson, director, Human Resources.

Holiday hours listed for Chester Fritz Library

The July 4 holiday hours for the Chester Fritz Library follow. Saturday, July 1, closed; Sunday, July 2, 5 to 9 p.m.; Monday, July 3, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Tuesday, July 4 (Independence Day), closed.
-- Karen Cloud, Administrative Assistant, Chester Fritz Library, karencloud@mail.und.edu, 701-777-2618

Law Library lists Fourth of July weekend hours

The Law Library's Fourth of July weekend hours are Saturday and Sunday, July 1-2, 1 to 5 p.m.; Monday, July 3, 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Tuesday, July 4, closed.
-- Jane Oakland, Circulation Manager, Law Library, oakland@law.und.edu, 7-3482

ITSS holiday hours listed

Information Technology Systems and Services will close for the Independence Day holiday at midnight Monday, July 3, and will reopen at 5 a.m. Wednesday, July 5. -- Craig Cerkowniak, associate director, ITSS.

Wellness Center holiday hours listed

In observation of a national holiday, the Student Wellness Center will be closed July 4. Regular summer hours will be kept the rest of the week. Thank you.
-- Amanda Anderson, Assistant Director of Marketing, Wellness Center, wellness.und.edu, 777-6476

Women's Center closed July 3

The Women's Center will be closed Monday, July 3. If you need immediate assistance, please contact the Dean of Students office in McCannel Hall. -- Kay Mendick, Director, Women's Center.

Museum announces July 4 weekend hours

The North Dakota Museum of Art will be closed Tuesday, July 4. The Museum Cafe will be closed Monday and Tuesday, July 3 and 4.

Museum hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekends.
-- Brian Lofthus, Assistant to the Director, North Dakota Museum of Art, blofthus@ndmoa.com, 701 777-4195

Proposed Flexcomp provision not implemented at UND

This past week, NDPERS mailed out the summer edition of their newsletter called Perspectives. An article regarding an extension of the “Use It or Lose It” service period for the NDPERS Flexcomp Plan pertains only to the NDPERS Flexcomp Plan and not UND’s plan. It is an optional provision allowed by the IRS, however, this option will not be implemented at UND for the 2006 plan year. The last day to incur medical costs for the 2006 plan year will remain Dec. 31, 2006, as stated in the Plan Document.

If you have any questions regarding this article, please call me at 777-4423. -- Cheryl Arntz, Flexcomp administrator.

New facilities and administrative rates set for sponsored programs

UND has negotiated a new F&A rate agreement for sponsored programs effective retroactive to July 1, 2005. Following are the rates that should be used immediately for new competing proposals:

Research on-campus, 35.00%
EERC on-campus, 50.00%
Other sponsored projects on-campus, 31.40%
Other sponsored projects off-campus, 26.00%

The University will make the following changes for FY06 for research awards received with a begin date after July 1, 2005. Grants and Contracts Administration staff will manually adjust the F&A expenditures downward to reflect the negotiated 35 percent rate vs. the provisional rate of 39.60 percent. The new rate of 35.00 percent will be input into the system and F&A will calculate at that rate going forward. This will have no effect on supplements and add-ons to awards that began before July 1, 2005.

For awards classified as other sponsored projects with a begin date of July 1, 2005, the University will leave the rate at 30.00 percent for FY06. Effective July 1, 2006 the 31.40 percent rate will be charged on these awards.

If you have any questions, please contact the staff in Grants and Contracts at 777-4151.

-- David Schmidt, Manager, Grants & Contracts Administration, davidschmidt@mail.und.nodak.edu, 7-2505

Faculty sought to teach short course in India

Travel and salary support is available for two UND faculty to teach four to six weeks or a full semester graduate level course at Amrita University, Coimbatore, India.

Under an Indo-U.S. collaborative initiative in higher education, UND and 20 other leading U.S. universities signed a memorandum of understanding with Amrita University and private partners such as Microsoft. Participating U.S. universities will send faculty to teach and explore joint research opportunities in India. With the help of India’s EDUSAT satellite and Amrita University’s satellite-based e-learning studio, these visiting faculty can reach a broad cross section of students at affiliated Indian universities. The initial target is to reach about 50 Indian university campuses, which collectively represent thousands of graduate students.

The initial educational offerings will focus on graduate-level courses in the following general areas: engineering and computer science; information and communication technologies; material science and nano-technology; biotechnology and bio-informatics; and medical sciences. Other areas such as management sciences, earth and space sciences, mathematical and natural sciences, humanities, arts and media studies will be added. UND, in consultation with Amrita University will ascertain what they would like to receive, and will match capabilities and needs.

Amrita University is a multi-campus university (spread over three neighboring states) with schools of engineering, medicine, business, journalism, arts and sciences. The university headquarters is located on a 400-acre hillside of the western mountain ranges, about 20km from the city of Coimbatore. The campus is surrounded by palm trees and green fields, and enjoys very pleasant weather all year round. The city of Coimbatore is well-connected by road, rail, and air, and is in easy reach of many sight-seeing attractions.

For further details on the program and application process, please contact Santhosh Seelan, professor of Space Studies, at 777-2355 or seelan@aero.und.edu.

Welcome Weekend binder submissions sought

Do you have information that you’d like new students to know? We are seeking information from departments and organizations to add to our Welcome Weekend student binder. This binder is given to all new students in the fall and is full of flyers, information sheets and welcome letters from various departments and organizations. We encourage you to use this binder as a means of communicating with the newest members of UND’s population!

If you are interested in submitting information, please send a copy (or original), UND fund and department number and contact information to Heather Kasowski in Enrollment Services, Box 8135 or heatherkasowski@mail.und.nodak.edu. We will then send your original to Duplicating Services and 2,000 three-hole punched copies will be billed to the fund number provided. The deadline for submissions is July 7!

-- Heather Kasowski, Special Projects Coordinator, Enrollment Services, heatherkasowski@mail.und.nodak.edu, 777-6468

Bek parking lot now available

Construction of the Spiritual Center near the Hughes Fine Arts Center has begun. The north side of the Gustafson “A” parking lot is needed for a staging area for this project. To replace the lost red “A” spaces, approximately half of the meters in the Bek Lot will be covered and red “A” permits will be allowed to park there at no charge for the remainder of the summer. If you have any questions, please contact the Parking Office. Thank you. -- Sherry Kapella, Parking Office, 777-3551.

Nominations sought for Governor's Award for Excellence in Public Service

The Council of State Employees (COSE) is seeking nominations for the 2006 Governor's Awards for Excellence in Public Service. UND employees may be nominated for these awards by fellow employees, supervisors, or other interested individuals for their accomplishments and contributions in the past year. Nomination instructions and forms are available at www.state.nd.us/cose/. Nomination deadline is Friday, Aug. 11. Questions may be directed to the Office of Human Resources, 777-4361.
-- Diane Nelson, Director, Human Resources, dianenelson@mail.und.nodak.edu, 7-4364

Wellness Center provides tips on summer safety

Summer can bring warmth, sun and fun. But don't forget to add safety. Summer fun, fitness, health and safety should be a package deal, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

SUN SAFETY -- Protect yourself from summer heat, UV rays and an increased risk of skin cancer by:
· Using sunscreen and lip balm with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 15 or higher.
· Reapplying sunscreen often, especially after swimming.
· Wearing long sleeves and pants. Beat the heat with clothes that are lightweight, light in color and loose fitting.
· Drinking plenty of water.
· Planning strenuous exercise for cooler times of the day.

WATER WISDOM
Keep your family safe in and around the water by:
· Having close adult supervision for children swimming or playing near water.
· Not swimming alone. Teach your kids to always swim with a buddy too.
· Never drinking alcohol while swimming, boating, water skiing or supervising children.
· Planning swimming lessons for yourself and children older than 4.
· Maintaining your pool to avoid spreading infectious illnesses. Also avoid swallowing pool, lake or river water.

FOOD FACTS
Pay attention to food safety during the warm months:
· Cook all meat, poultry and seafood thoroughly. Use a thermometer to make sure food is cooked all the way through.
· Avoid cross contamination by washing hands, utensils and cutting boards well after touching raw meat.
· Put leftovers in the refrigerator right away to prevent bacterial growth.
· Wash produce well before eating it.
-- Blue Cross, Blue Shield and Amanda Eickhoff, Wellness Program Assistant, Wellness Center, amandaeickhoff@mail.und.nodak.edu, 777-2719

Summer apparel available at the Sioux Shop

Summer apparel is now available at the Ralph Engelstad Arena Sioux Shop. There is something for everyone. Summer hours are Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Sundays. -- Ralph Engelstad Arena.

Twamley Snack Bar open for breakfast and lunch

The Twamley Snack Bar is open for breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday. The lunch menu follows for July 3-5.

July 3: BLT Wrap, Potato Salad, Fresh Fruit Cup;
Chicken Tortilla Soup; Grilled Cheese Sandwich with soup; fresh salads and sandwiches everyday.

July 4, closed.

July 5: Grilled turkey club with soup; Hot turkey sandwich, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetable; Cheese ham/bacon soup; sloppy joe with chips; fresh sandwiches and salads everyday.
-- Tammy Kaiser, Snack Bar Supervisor, Food Service, tammykaiser@mail.nodak.edu, 777-3934

Museum Cafe daily specials listed

Daily specials at the North Dakota Museum of Art Café follow.
June 29 – Entrée: Lentil and Walnut Salad, Soup: Potato and Lentil

June 30 – Entrée: Rueben Sandwich, Soup: Moroccan Chick Pea and Lentil

July 3, 4 – Closed

July 5 – Entrée: Sun Dried Tomato Linguini, Soup: Corn Chowder

July 6 – Entrée: Mushroom & Parmesan Risotto Cakes, Soup: Mexican Chili

The Museum Café and Coffee Shop, located in the lower level of the Museum, serves a full luncheon menu from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Coffee is available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Take-out is available, and UND billing accepted. The conference room is available for luncheons. We also cater weekend and evening events; call 777-4195.

Visit the Museum Cafe online at http://www.ndmoa.com/cafe.html

-- Brian Lofthus, Assistant to the Director, North Dakota Museum of Art, blofthus@ndmoa.com, 701 777-4195

Internal job openings listed

PROFESSIONAL/ADMINISTRATIVE/COACHES

POSITION: Instructor/Advisor, 10 month position, TRIO/Talent Search, #06-326
DEADLINE: (I) 7/06/2006
SALARY: $24,000 - $27,800

POSITION: Database Administrator, ITSS, #06-321
DEADLINE: (I) 6/30/2006
SALARY: $38,000 - $50,000

POSITION: Enrollment Services Representative, Enrollment Services, #06-318
DEADLINE: (I) 6/29/2006
SALARY: $26,000 - $27,500

POSITION: Associate Dean of Student Life/Director of Judicial Affairs and Crisis Programs, Dean of Students, #06-185
DEADLINE: (I) Current UND employee (Internal) applicants will be considered with the External applicants. Open until filled (Review of applicants will begin April 15, 2006)
SALARY: Commensurate with experience

POSITION: Associate Vice President for Outreach Services and Dean of Outreach Programs, #06-114
DEADLINE: (I) Current UND employee (Internal) applicants will be considered with the External applicants. Review of candidates will begin December 1, 2005 and will continue until the position is filled.
SALARY: Commensurate with experience

TECHNICAL/PARAPROFESSIONAL (no position vacancies)

OFFICE SUPPORT

POSITION: Office Assistant, Center for Family Medicine - Bismarck, #06-320
DEADLINE: (I) 6/30/2006
SALARY: $17,160 - $21,320

POSITION: Receptionist, Family Medicine - Minot, #06-319
DEADLINE: (I) 6/29/2006
SALARY: $18,000 - $25,000

CRAFTS/TRADES/SERVICE

POSITION: Heating Plant Operator, (Shift Work) Facilities, #06-328
DEADLINE: (I) 7/06/06
SALARY: $24,000 - $27,000

POSITION: Building Services Technician (Custodial, Wed-Sun , 7:30 am - 4 pm), Facilities, #06-327
DEADLINE: (I) 7/06/2006
SALARY: $16,640 - $20,000

POSITION: Heating Plant Lead Shift Supervisor (Shift Work), Facilities, 06-325
DEADLINE: (I) 7/06/2006
SALARY: $35,000 - $40,000

POSITION: Maintenance Coordinator (hours and days of week may vary), Wellness Center, #06-324
DEADLINE: (I) 7/5/06
SALARY: $25,000 - $28,000