CD Weekly Wire- June 24, 2013
AD Update: The Time is Now for Multi-State Collaboration A couple of weeks ago the North Central CD program leaders spent a day discussing how we might better meet programming needs in the region. It was the first of three scheduled face-to-face conversat ...
CD Weekly Wire- June 17, 2013
AD Update: Summer Unit Meeting: Final Preparations Next week (Wednesday, June 26) the CD Unit will be meeting in Harrison County. Our day begins at 9:00 a.m. at the farm of Dick and Kaye Clay (on U.S. 22 about a mile east of the U.S. 22/S.R. 800 junction) ...
Dr. Jim Harper's Retirement Reception
CD Weekly Wire- June 10, 2013
AD Update: Monthly Mileage Submission Requirements and Tips Being the start of June, last week was a busy time for mileage reimbursement requests for May. I worked up a short note on this topic for the ANR folks last week and realized it probably has some ...
Graduate student orientation
This is an orientation session for new incoming graduate students. ...
Fall Semester Welcome Back Lunch!
All FST students, faculty and staff are invited to join us in the Parker Lobby for a welcome back lunch. ...
OSU at IFT mixer
If you are planning on attending the IFT Annual Meeting in July, don’t forget to purchase your ticket to the department’s annual OSU at IFT reception. The reception will be held on Sunday, July 14th 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the Hilton Chicago in the Joliet room. ...
CD Weekly Wire- June 3, 2013
AD Update: Interim Assignment: Opportunities and Challenges You may have noticed a note from Director Keith Smith last Friday, mentioning a new temporary assignment for me as Assistant Director, Agriculture and Natural Resources. This interim role is in ...
CD Weekly Wire- May 28, 2013
AD Update: Summer Unit Meeting Update Last week we discussed Research in View as a collaborative tool and the north central region collaborative impact indicators project (to read more, go here). This week we will discuss an upcoming collaborative event t ...
CD Weekly Wire- May 20, 2013
AD Update: Collaboration: Always ‘In Season’ As we wrap up the annual performance review ‘season’ I have had many chances to read formal written feedback from colleagues and clientele. Such excellent evaluative feedback is a testament to the quality of o ...