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Council Coverage

The coverage of the April 24 University Council meeting will be included in next week's issue of Almanac.


Open Expression Monitors

The University is seeking volunteers to serve as Open Expression monitors for the 2002-2003 academic year. In support of Penn's Open Expression Policy, monitors work as observers at designated campus public meetings, activities, and events both to help ensure "the continuing openness and effectiveness of channels of communication among members of the University community on questions of common interest" and to encourage and facilitate free and open expression within the guidelines of the policy.

University faculty and staff who would like to serve as monitors are encouraged to note their interest via e-mail to Connie Gordon, at cagordon@pobox.upenn.edu or by phone at (215) 898-6081.


PennNet Host Security Policy

The Network Policy Committee's Critical PennNet Host Security Policy, first approved in May of 2000 and published in Almanac, September 19, 2000, has been revised, effective May 1, 2002. Compliance dates were relaxed and more detailed compliance options added in response to suggestions received during public comment.

The revised policy can be found online at http://www.isc-net.upenn.edu/policy/approved/20000530-hostsecurity.html .


Down to the Wire Reminder

There are only three weekly issues remaining in the spring semester schedule. If you need to publish information of concern to faculty and staff, please contact Almanac to reserve space. -- Ed



Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 32, April 30, 2002

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS:

Tuesday,
April 30, 2002
Volume 48 Number 32
www.upenn.edu/almanac/

School of Social Work selects three recipients for Excellence in Teaching Awards.
Robin Beck will succeed Jim O'Donnell at ISC when he leaves for Georgetown.
Virginia Clark leaves Penn for a newly created post at the Smithsonian.
Penn's Chaplain denounces hate speech.
The Bridge: Cinema De Lux comes to 40th and Walnut.
The Museum is preparing to open its new wing and courtyard to the community with several celebrations, tours and a new exhibition.
Retirement seminars for investors of all ages and at all stages of planning.
Procedures for the establishment, merger, and closing of departments, divisions and entities within schools.