A $1 million gift from former faculty member Arnold T. Schwab made it possible for the University Library to complete a total remodel and reconfiguration of the fifth floor. The new Arnold T. Schwab Graduate Center has more than 500 seats and electrical outlets at nearly every seat. Learn more.
I am pleased to share with you an article published in Change Magazine on the university’s efforts to increase student success over the last decade.
Last week we awarded more than 10,000 degrees - the most in our university's history. Nearly 8,700 students walked across the stage during four days of Commencement ceremonies, with about 70,000 family members and friends in attendance. Photos and a video capture the joy and excitement of the week. The live stream of the ceremonies had more than 13,000 views in 92 countries. Thanks go to everyone who helped make these celebrations special for the graduates and their families.
The Office of Research & Sponsored Programs is pleased to announce that Dr. Angela Locks has been appointed the inaugural Director of the Center for Undergraduate Research. Learn more.
After an extensive national search, Kimberli Meyer will join the faculty and staff of the College of the Arts this summer as Director of the University Art Museum. Learn more.
Electric vehicle charging stations will not be available in Parking Structure 1 from June 20 - August 1. Learn more.