Volume 3 Issue # 1
Monday, August 28, 2000

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NEW FACULTY & STAFF ANNOUNCED

   Several new faculty and staff joined U of O over the summer break. Following is a list of the new employees:
    Candace Baskin joined the housekeeping staff in July.
    Jeremey Bernard, a native of Salt Lake City and former Montana State player, is the new men's assistant soccer coach.
    Madeline Carmack, who is originally from Puerto Rico, has been hired as an instructor of Spanish. Sarah Clary, a 2000 U of O graduate, is the new coordinator of campus activities.
    Dr. Sean Coleman, who earned his Ph.D. from University of Iowa, is a new assistant professor of biology.
    Dr. David Dailey, who earned his Ph.D. from Duke, is an assistant professor of religion.
    Dr. David Delphenich, who has a Ph.D. from Syracuse, is an assistant professor of physics.    Tracy Duncan, a 2000 U of O alumna, has been hired as an admissions counselor.
    Bill Eakin, a doctoral candidate at University of Arkansas, will teach German.
    Dr. Tim Edwards, who has a Ph.D. from Tennessee, is a new assistant professor of English.    Dr. Nikolai Endres, a native of Germany who has a Ph.D. from North Carolina, is an assistant professor of English.
    Greg Ennis, a recent Arkansas Tech graduate, is the new assistant food manager.
    Debbie Estep, a graduate of Arkansas Tech, is the new assistant to the director of International Studies.
    Monia Cogan Frizzell is the new secretary to the Division of Humanities and Fine Arts.
    Bo Funderburk, a 2000 Ozarks graduate, is now the coordinator of Recreational Activities for the Student Life Office.
    Lisha Gagen, who has a degree in horticulture from Penn State, is the new grounds supervisor for the physical plant.
    Hazel Hatchett has rejoined U of O as a cook for food services.
    Lisa McCarley, a 1985 Ozarks graduate, is the new assistant to Founderís Bookstore.    Brenda McCurter has joined food services as the coordinator of special services.
    Kay Merritt, who previously worked for Farmerís Bank, is the new manager of Founderís Bookstore.
    Amy Oatis, who has an M.A. from Emory University, will serve as an instructor of English.    Josh Peppas, a 2000 U of O alumnus, is the new administrative assistant in the athletic department.
    Lisa Raburn has joined housekeeping. Jacqui Spiller, who has her masterís degree from Texas A&M, is the new director of student development.
    Jo Lind Weaver is the new financial aid processor in the Admissions Office.
    Angela Wheeler, a graduate of Ozarks who has her MBA from Central Arkansas, will serve as an instructor of business.
    Andy Williamson, who played soccer and was an assistant coach at Trinity University, is the new womenís soccer coach.

MEHODIST CAMPUS MINISTRY

   Methodist Campus Ministryís first meeting for the year will be held on Tuesday, August 29th at 11:30 a.m. in the Learning Center Conference Room.
    Everyone is invited to come and enjoy pizza while helping make plans for the up and coming year. In the future, MCM will be meeting every Tuesday after chapel in the President's Dining Room.

DO YOU NEED COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS?

    Do you need community service hours to fulfill part of your scholarship requirements? Well, the opportunity to volunteer is here!
    You can get hours EASILY by helping with the After School Program. Contact Sara Stucky in Smith-Broyles Science Building at 979-1361 or by her e-mail sjstucky@ozarks.edu for more information.

THEATRE AUDITIONS TO BE HELD
   The time to act is now! The University Theatre is holding auditions for BENEFACTORS on August 28th at 6:30 p.m. in Seay theatre.
    Auditions for NUNSENSE are on September 5th at 6:00 p.m. in Seay theatre. If you need more information contact Dr. Pat Farmer (Ext. 1341) or Mr. Bruce Brown (Ext. 1336).

CHORUS' ANNUAL FALL RETREAT
   University Chorus will attend its annual Fall Retreat on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 22 and 23. This yearís retreat will be held at Dwight Mission. For more information, contact Dr. De Seguirant.



Don't Forget To Sign Up For Intramural Football and Tennis September 5th -8th

TOP 10 REASONS TO SHOP AT FOUNDERS BOOKSTORE

10) Good place to shop for an afternoon snack and a cold Coca- Cola product.
9) Need to take a picture and you are out of film ó Kodax Fun Saver Camera.
8) Purchase a Hallmark card for someone special starting at 99 cents.
7) Select from our Staples Catalog and have two-day delivery service.
6) Great selection of top Christian Best Sellers to read in your spare time.
5) Need to call home? Phone cards start at $5.
4) Pick up a CD from the selection of top Christian music.
3) Balloon BoKays with delivery on campus.
2) Gift ideas from picture frames, stationery items, jewelry, bookmarkers and coffee mugs.
1) The only place to get great U of O items, like T-shirts, sweatershirts, hats, glassware and more.

Founders Bookstore Not Just Your Textbook Headquarters!



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