It's beginning to look a lot like... winter break
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Justin Hall is clearing out.
Faculty members are monitoring finals, grading papers and filing grades.
Except for a few huddled over notes studying or spread out in a conference room, making last-minute adjustments to projects, students are taking their last tests of the semester.
Residence halls close on Saturday, Dec. 20. The university is closed officially from Dec. 24 through Jan. 2.
The College of Human Ecology looks back on 2014 with pride. It was a year of:
- record-breaking enrollment,
- new research space,
- a new professional mentoring program,
- the nation's first graduate certificate in financial therapy,
- more than $600,000 in student scholarships and
- more than $20 million in research grants and contracts.
Plus our faculty and students were heaped with honors and recognition.
The college looks ahead with anticipation: 2015 will bring a new level of rich experiences and productivity for students, faculty and staff.
Best wishes for a bright and purple 2015 from Dean John Buckwalter and the College of Human Ecology.
This article was posted on Thursday, December 18, 2014, and is filed under College News.