6, 2000, Gazette)
your e-mail address is now a lot easier for many users at Memorial.
Computing and Communications has enhanced its central e-mail
service in response to requests for simpler e-mail addressing.
immediately, all e-mail addresses of the form email@example.com
or firstname.lastname@example.org may instead be addressed
E-mail addressed to email@example.com will continue
to be delivered. Therefore C&C account holders need not update
their address books if they do not wish to do so. The change
affects only @plato.ucs and @morgan.ucs e-mail
more about this change, see www.mun.ca/cc/mun.ca.html
considers academic reviews
At its regular
meeting on March 14, Senate received a report from the academic
planning committee outlining the proposed procedures for periodic
academic reviews of units and programs. Michael Coyne, head of
the drafting committee, briefed the Senate on the objectives
of the reviews and the content of the document. After analyzing
the review processes of 25 universities throughout North America,
the committee has prepared a general and flexible report to ensure
that the process can be applied to the different programs and
units of the university.
recommends that the reviews take place at seven-year intervals.
It has been over 30 years since the university has systematically
reviewed its programs and services.
consideration comments and concerns expressed during the Senate
meeting, the drafting committee will continue to review and make
revisions to the document. The proposed procedures will return
next to Senate for final determination.
Student Volunteer Bureau held its 14th annual MUN Volunteer Day
and awards ceremony March 28 at Hatcher House.
Roy Blundon Award was presented to Emir Andrews, Psychology.
The award is given to an individual or group who has promoted
equality and accessibility for Memorial students with disabilities.
was named Volunteer Residence of the Year for its support of
Iris Kirby House. The Volunteer Society/Club of the Year is the
Womens Resource Centre. Faculty/Staff Volunteer of the
Year is Linda White, History. The David Kirkland Leadership Award
was presented to Veronica Moore of Grenfell College and Andrea
Budgell, St. Johns Campus. The Student Volunteer of the
Year Award went to Darcie Dohnal.
Dr. Axel Meisen attended the awards ceremony. He called volunteers
the heart of the community.
them, our society would be infinitely less humane than it is,