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Author Archives: Kate Jeracki
Acts of orchestrated terror and violence against any people are an attack on all people — an attack on human decency, faith, and the notions of respect, integrity, and inclusion that undergird the foundations of our university and society.
Julia Gillard, the first woman to serve as Prime Minister of Australia, will speak as part of the Global Engagement Lecture Series.
In his new role, he will continue to oversee the Office of Financial Aid, and will take on leadership of The Access Center.
More than 300 All Gender and 50 women’s restrooms on campus will be stocked with pads and tampons at no charge by the beginning of Fall 2019 semester.
In “Auschwitz #34207 – the Joe Rubinstein Story,” Nancy Geise tells a life story of unconquerable courage and discovering light in the darkest of places.
With the relocation of the Student Disability Center to the TILT Building, UTC has been able to expand into accessible space on the first floor as well as upgrade additional areas on the second floor of the General Services Building.
Roth, 90, will discuss his experiences in Auschwitz and Buchenwald on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. in the Main Ballroom of the Lory Student Center.
CSU Ventures supports video series by Assistive Technology Resource Center that explains why-to of accessible materials.
WebFOCUS, a cloud-based, centrally supported business reporting platform will become the only tool available for required reporting at the end of the fiscal year.