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Provost staff and other offices moving


F
ollowing a domino effect, several offices will be moving around the University, including those that need more space and those dedicated to new projects. Most of the Provost Office personnel moved to the fourth floor of the AIMR Building at Fontaine on Feb. 26, including the Vice Provost for Faculty Recruitment, the Vice Provost for Graduate Studies, the Associate Provost for Academic Support and Classroom Management, the Associate Provost for Management, and support staff. Vice President and Provost Peter W. Low will maintain his office on the second level of Madison Hall, but will also have an office with his staff in the AIMR Building. Barbara Nolan, Vice Provost for Instructional Development and Innovation, will move closer to the Provost's area in Madison Hall.

The space that is vacated by the provost's staff will be filled by Vice President for Research and Public Service Gene Block and some of his associates, who will vacate Washington Hall. They were scheduled to move Feb. 28 through March 2. The remainder of Block's staff working on public service will move to the PRA Building on Ivy Road.

The plan calls for Equal Opportunity Programs to move into Washington Hall from Poe Alley sometime in April. Once the EOP office vacates Poe Alley, the Summer Orientation Office will move there.

Available space in Madison Hall, created by the Budget Office's move over the winter break to the AIMR Building, will provide expanded space for the General Counsel's office, for new staff in Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Leonard Sandridge's office, and for the new central planning and assessment unit in President John T. Casteen III's office, to be headed by Laurie Kelsh, executive assistant and chief planning officer.

 


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