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Dec. 6, 2004
Jerry Barloco, UTSA vice president for administration, will retire at the end of December following nearly five years of service to the university. He is responsible for the Office of Human Resources and Development and the Institute of Texan Cultures. Additionally, Barloco served as interim vice president for university advancement until April 2003. Effective Jan. 1, the Office of Human Resources and Development will report to the vice president for business affairs. ITC will report to the president's office until an interim executive director is selected.
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Facilities Services has scheduled a power outage for the entire UTSA 1604 Campus from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 26. The outage originally was planned for Dec. 24. The outage is necessary to perform upgrades to the primary electrical substation to accommodate increasing electrical needs on campus.
More information: Rene Colunga, 458-5279 or Rick Geer, 458-6097
Michael Karcher, associate professor of counseling education and psychology, is seeking 80 volunteers for a research project. The volunteers will serve as mentors to middle and high school students in the Study of Mentoring in the Learning Environment (SMILE) project, which is part of the Communities In Schools of San Antonio organization. Each mentor will meet with one student one hour per week through the 2004-2005 academic year. Download an application and view a list of participating schools.
More information: Debby, 458-2961
Know a December graduate with a compelling story? Share it with us. The Office of University Communications is looking for story ideas to coincide with Decemberís commencement. E-mail your ideas to Leigh Gullett or call 458-5181.
A campus committee is reviewing the way UTSA communicates with its newly admitted students. Does your office send information to incoming freshmen or transfer students? Let us know about it by e-mailing George Norton or Leigh Gullett.
A revised gift processing form is available now in the Outlook UTSA Forms folder. You can find it in the Development Office folder. Gifts to the university can be presented by check, money order, stock, credit card or in-kind contribution.
More information: Quinn Barraza, assistant director of development services, 458-4130
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