There has been unprecedented interest in the Baccalaureate Service on Sunday, May 21, and we want to accommodate the hundreds of graduating students, their parents and friends, who wish to participate in the program. Therefore, we have moved Baccalaureate from Irvine Auditorium, which has limited seating, to Blanche P. Levy Park (College Green), which will enable us to accommodate everyone who wishes to attend.
We hope you will join us on College Green for the Baccalaureate Service at 3 p.m., and also the preceding concert at 2:15 p.m.
In the event of rain, the program will be held in the Palestra, located on 33rd Street just north of Franklin Field, from 4 to 5 p.m.
--Rosemary McManus, Secretary of the University
The Annual Meeting of the Faculty Club will be held on Thursday, May 11, at 4 p.m. in the Faculty Club. In addition to annual reports, the Nominating Committee will present its list for new Board members, to be voted upon by the Members.
Nominees to the Board of Governors:
Nominee for Completion of Vacated Term (Two Year):
Please attend to support the Board of Governors who act on your behalf.
--Elsa L. Ramsden, President of the Board
Marsha Ray has been appointed associate director for development at the Morris Arboretum. Ms. Ray has been serving as the assistant to the director. In her former position Ms. Ray wrote grant proposals, and coordinated successful members' tours to France and China. "Moving into development was a natural progression for Marsha, who has a special talent for donor stewardship and grant writing," said Morris Arboretum Director Paul Meyer. Ms. Ray has a BA in Fine Arts from Ohio Wesleyan University and is currently enrolled in the Wharton School of Management Program.
Dr. Seth Jerchower has accepted the Center for Judaic Studies Public Services Librarian position at the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Mr. Jerchower served as research associate to special collections at the Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America for the last six years. He received his Doctor of Letters from the University of Florence, specializing in Judeo-Romance dialects. He has a BA from Rutgers where he majored in Italian and minored in history.
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Almanac, Vol. 46, No. 30, April 25, 2000