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GRACE 2014 brought in approximately 55 boxes of toys,food and clothes plus $678 (including $322 from Engineering Management Chili Cook-Off)!

The Chancellor's open house collected 290 food items for Grace as well!

Thank you all for your support!

 

 CHRISTMAS SALE!!!!

‌ STAFF COUNCIL IS HAVING A SHIRT SALE!

THIS YEAR'S FALL APPRECIATION LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS ARE NOW $10 ALL PREVIOUS SHIRTS ON HAND ARE NOW $5! THERE ARE VARIOUS STYLES AND SIZES AVAILABLE.

PLEASE CONTACT PATTI ADAMS AT adamspat@mst.edu


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Staff Council Meeting

Staff Council Meetings are open forum
meetings that meet every 2nd Thursday of the month at 9:00-10:30am.

Please be sure to note the date and location below as it may change.

 Next Staff Council Meeting will be:

January 8, 2015

9:00am-10:30am

Shamrock rm, Havener Center

Trivia 80's Night
Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction
 November 8

ID card transition extension

The deadline to get a new MinerCard at no cost has been extended until Friday, Jan. 30. All students, faculty and staff are eligible to receive one new MinerCard at no cost if their current card is surrendered. Students, faculty and staff who do not have their current card will pay a $15 replacement fee.

For more information about the ID transition, visit the offices’ website or email Tara Stone.

New provost’s office staff

The provost’s office has two new employees. Janelle Goss is now keeping the calendar and assisting the provost; she can be reached at 341-4138 or gossjr@mst.edu. Barbara Palmer is handling Faculty Senate, promotion and tenure, non-tenure-track, third-year review and awards. Palmer can be reached at 341-6440, Room 211 Parker Hall, and her email is bpalmer@mst.edu. Please welcome these two ladies to the provost’s team.

Healthy for Life: T.E. Atkins UM Wellness Program
Orientation:
Wednesday, 1/21
5:00 p.m.
Classes:
Wednesdays,
1/28 - 3/18
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Retreat:
TBA
Questions: Lynn Rossy, Ph.D. at RossyL@umsystem.edu (before 12/18)
Maureen Hall
at mhall@inspirationcenter.net (after 12/18)
More information: www.umsystem.edu/mindfulness
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
for faculty, staff, retirees, and their partners or spouses
Change your relationship with stress
Increase your vitality, effectiveness, and happiness
8-week class, cost is $40; $20 rebate based on attendance
$180 for community members (limited availability)
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