I am pleased to announce Jose Miguel Pulido Leon as the new Director of the Center, Every Student, Every Story. Jose comes to us from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo where he is the Assistant Director of Multicultural & Intersectional Initiatives. Prior to that Jose worked at the University of California, Los Angeles for 12 years serving historically underrepresented students with an emphasis on retention and outreach projects. Jose received his Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of California, Los Angeles and will be receiving his Master of Arts in Educational Leadership and Administration this July from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Jerome Maese for chairing the search committee whose members were - Daniel Enrique Perez, Sheena Harvey, Gabriela Ortiz Flores, Saundra Mitrovich, Kassandra Fuentes, Perry Fittrer, and search coordinator Jackie Kuhn. Please join me in welcoming him to the University of Nevada, Reno when he begins his new position Aug. 1. --Jerry Marczynski, Associate Vice President, Student Life Services
Sections of the University’s Administrative Manual have recently been updated. The amended sections with links are as follows:2,540 – Moving Allowance (Formerly Payment and/or Reimbursement of Moving Expenses)RATIONALE FOR CHANGE: Revisions were needed as a result of tax law changes making moving reimbursements taxable income. The new policy and procedures will simplify process.5,460 – Tobacco Free UniversityRATIONALE FOR CHANGE: Revisions to the policy prohibit the use of all tobacco and marijuana products, alternative nicotine products, vapor products in all owned, operated, leased, occupied, or controlled university buildings and structures, grounds, walkways, sidewalks, streets, parking lots, and vehicles throughout campus.
Affected Time: Monday, June 4-Tuesday, July 31, 2018. Description of Work: Contractors will replace asphalt pavement, install new parking medians and islands, and revise the lighting layout. Impact for Occupants: - Parking: During construction, Green/Orange lot permit holders are welcome to park in the Silver 16 lot west of the intermural fields, the West Stadium Complex, or Green or Blue-1 parking areas. - Traffic: Stadium Way, south of Peccole Park, will be closed during construction. Access onto campus from Evans Ave at Peccole Park will be limited to the east side of the park. For alternate campus access, a detour via East Stadium Way will be marked. The driveway between John Sala Intramural Practice Field and Peccole Park will also be closed during construction.- Shuttle: The Peccole and East Stadium shuttle stops will be permanently eliminated 6/1/18. Project Contact: Jon Ward; Phone: 775-784-8020; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jill Heaton, Associate Professor of Geography and Chair of Geography, will begin her appointment as Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs in early August. David Shintani, Associate Professor of Biochemistry and CABNR Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, will begin his appointment as Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education in early July. Provost Carman said both Jill and Dave had strong support from the University community, and he has great respect for both Jill and Dave and looks forward to working with them. Provost Carman thanks the search committee for their assistance in this important search, and a special thanks to search-committee chair Fred Holman and Audrey Casey for facilitating a deliberate, transparent and successful review process.
join the Staff Employees’ Council in honoring this year’s classified staff and retirees for their years of service to the University. President Johnson has granted all classified staff two hours of paid administrative leave to enjoy the event. Wednesday, June 13, 2018 from 1-3 p.m.; Joe Crowley Student Union – 4th Floor, Glick Ballroom; Light Refreshments – 2:15 p.m. Please RSVP by Friday, June 1.
Affected Dates: Monday, May 21, through Friday, June 8. Description of Work: The Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) will continue the Bicycle Path Project for Evans Avenue. This work includes striping and slurry work, with reduced traffic, lane closures and detours. Impact for Campus: Northbound vehicle and pedestrian traffic on Evans Avenue between North McCarran Boulevard and Second Street may be detoured; Flaggers will be available when lane closures for northbound Evans Avenue are in effect; Detours will be made at Ninth Street and Evans Avenue, routing north-bound Evans Avenue traffic either west onto Virginia Street or east onto Valley Road.; Southbound lanes of Evans Avenue will remain open, allowing access to east campus. Action(s) Required:Please allow extra time for traveling on or near Evans Avenue; Use extra caution around construction equipment and crews; Follow all directions from flaggers and posted signage. Project Contact: RTC of Washoe | (775)-348-0400 or www.rtcwashoe.com. Thank you for your patience as this transportation improvement project is completed.
You are invited to attend the open forum Q&A sessions with the remaining candidates for the Director of The Center. Every Student. Every Story. Please come prepared to ask the candidate questions. The search committee greatly appreciates your attendance, as feedback is an important part of the selection process. Candidate: Patricia Santoyo-Marin, Wednesday, May 16, 3-3:45 p.m., Joe Crowley Student Union, Room 324.
The Search Committee for the Vice Provost, Faculty Affairs position is pleased to announce an open forum for candidate Jill Heaton, Chair, Department of Geography. This forum is open to all faculty, staff, and students, and will be held Wednesday, May 16, 10:15-11 a.m., in the Joe Crowley Student Union, Room 323. A CV for the candidate is available by emailing Audrey Casey at email@example.com.
There are two remaining candidate forums for the director of The Center. Every Student. Every Story. •Candidate: Allen Sutton; Monday, May 14th from 3:30-4:15 p.m., Location: Joe Crowley Student Union, 422 •Candidate: Patricia Santoyo-Marin, Wednesday, May 16th from 3-3:45 p.m., Location: Joe Crowley Student Union, 324
The Search Committee for the Vice Provost, Undergraduate Education position is pleased to announce the candidates who have been asked to participate in campus meetings and forums. The candidates and open forum dates, times, and locations are as follows: David Shintani, Associate Dean for Academic Programs, College of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Resources: Open Forum for faculty, staff and students, Tuesday, May 15, 11:15 a.m.-noon; Joe Crowley Student Union, Laden Senate Chambers, 3rd Floor. Victor Vasquez, Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering: Open Forum for faculty, staff and students, Monday, May 21, 11:15 a.m.-noon, Joe Crowley Student Union, Laden Senate Chambers, 3rd Floor. These forums are open to all faculty, staff, and students. A CV for each candidate is available by emailing Audrey Casey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Continuity of Operations (COOP) Awareness Course (two different sessions) is being offered for University faculty and staff Wednesday, May 23 or Thursday, May 24. Continuity planning facilitates the performance of essential functions during all-hazards emergencies or other situations that may disrupt normal operations. this training will be of particular interest to individuals in university offices or departments who would be responsible for maintaining University operations in times of disruption. Since computer use and instruction is part of the workshop agenda, space is limited. Register today to attend.
An open forum Q&A session is scheduled with Jose Miguel Pulido Leon, a finalist for the Director of The Center. Every Student. Every Story. Faculty and staff are asked to come prepared to ask the candidate questions. The search committee greatly appreciates your attendance, as feedback is an important part of the selection process. The forum is scheduled from 1:15-2 p.m., Wednesday, May 9, in Room 324 in the Joe Crowley Student Union.