Student Coffee Opportunity With Interim Chancellor Charles Robinson
Interim Chancellor Charles Robinson welcomes the opportunity for students to join him for coffee. The gathering is planned for 9:30-10:30 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 19.
"I look forward to these gatherings throughout the semester," Robinson said. "I hope you will join me to share what's on your minds and answer any questions you might have." These chancellor chats take place every few weeks, and each gathering is reserved for students whose major is in one particular college or school. The designations of the colleges and schools will rotate on a regular basis.
This next gathering is for students whose major is in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences. Names will be selected by lottery if there are more registrants than available spots. Students who are interested in attending should send their name, major and year to Sally Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than today, Thursday, Oct. 14. Selected students will be notified by Oct. 15.
Sally Adams, executive assistant to the chancellor
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