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February 4, 2010 — Have You Seen the Signs?

Dr. Joseph Savoie -- Thu, 02/04/2010 - 11:30am

Dear Faculty, Staff & Students,

Have you noticed the black and white signs with the QEP logo?  Learn more about the QEP by viewing these very short videos (both are just over one minute in length).  I invite you to also review the information following these video links for a more detailed explanation of the QEP.

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The QEP & First-Year Seminar

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January 21, 2010 — Haitian Relief Effort

Dr. Joseph Savoie -- Thu, 01/21/2010 - 11:26am

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff,

Campus is abuzz again and it is wonderful to have our students and faculty back.  It is my hope that everyone is settling into the routine of a new semester after an enjoyable holiday break.

We are all saddened to learn about the catastrophic events in Haiti in the past week.  This tragedy reminds us of just how quickly life can change but also how people from every background can work together for a common and worthy cause.

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January 13, 2010 — Impact of Budget Reduction

Dr. Joseph Savoie -- Wed, 01/13/2010 - 3:09pm

Dear Faculty & Staff,

In my message to you on January 7, I indicated that more information on the impact of this latest budget reduction would be provided.  While I am confident that we will continue to progress during this time if we remain positive and focused, I believe it is important that you are aware of the very real impact these cuts have on our university and the community we serve.

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May 19, 2009 — Horse Farm

Dr. Joseph Savoie -- Tue, 05/19/2009 - 12:15pm

Dear Faculty, Staff & Students,

Over the past several months, I have been engaged in discussions with Lafayette Mayor/President Joey Durel and representatives of the Community Foundation of Acadiana about the best use of the university property on Johnston Street known as The Horse Farm.  Our discussions have centered on the development of a passive public park, preserving the property’s natural beauty for use as walking trails, bike paths, gardens, green space and uses other than organized sports activities.

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