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October 1, 2004
Volume 42, No. 3


Spokesperson: UI employee speaks out, cycles for cancer cure
"It was 50 years ago today..." In the time of soda fourntains and polio, Iowa nabbed Willard Boyd
Campus employees try to balance politics, civility

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Promotion and tenure information available online
Committee solicits input regarding general counsel
Salaries indicated as a major factor in faculty resignations
ITS: Campus computer security still a big concern
Poet wins Capote award
UI Press to bring out two works of winning fiction

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Committee solicits input regarding general counsel


In June, UI President David Skorton appointed an eight-member committee of faculty and staff to review and evaluate the Office of the General Counsel (OGC) and make recommendations for possible changes. The current general counsel is Mark Schantz. The committee’s review is limited to an evaluation of the Office of the General Counsel rather than Schantz’s performance as general counsel.

Because the Operations Manual requires the committee to solicit from the University community opinions concerning the performance of the OGC, faculty and staff are invited to submit feedback to committee chair David Baldus at or to any other member of the committee.

The committee includes: Lois Cox,; Barbara Eckstein,; JudieHermsen,; Bill Osborne,; Matt Rizzo,; Peggie Smith,; and Catherine Solow,

Although self-identification is not required, the committee would appreciate knowing the name or job title of those who comment—to enhance the understanding of the nature of the commentator’s contacts with the OGC. Confidentiality will be protected; all responses will be reported in the aggregate, and individuals will not be identified in any formal reporting.


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