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In Memoriam
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New E-mail Archives
Work Study Balances
Rosenfeld Canceled
Athletics Promotions
Discover IPFW
OACS Open House
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In Memoriam
Joan O. Eaton, 89, passed away Friday, October 21, at Alden Waterford Nursing and Rehab in Aurora, Ill. Joan served in the IPFW Financial Aid office as assistant director and as director for 20 years, retiring in 1989.

Service is at Trinity English Lutheran Church, Krauss Chapel, at 2 p.m. on Friday, October 28. Calling one hour prior to the service. Arrangements by D.O. McComb and Sons Funeral Homes.

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Helmke Highlights
News from the Walter E. Helmke Library

New Faces New Places
Kara Bookmyer, laboratory technician for Medical Education, IU School of Medicine
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New E-mail Archives in Groupwise
Compputer and cell phoneIT Services has added a new capability to Groupwise e-mail called "E-mail Archives." All incoming e-mails are copied to the archives, stored for 30 days, and then disposed of.

During the 30-day retention period, Groupwise users can restore accidentally lost e-mails. Users may also request IT Services to extend the 30-day period as an alternative means of archiving vs. the current approach of using the user's workstation hard drive. The new archive does not replace or impact current personal archives.

The archives can also be accessed via a Web browser from any location or machine, providing an archiving scheme for Mac users and for those who travel. For more information, visit the ITS website and refer to "E-mail Retention Archive."  
Remember to Check Federal Work Study Award Balances
Work Study Students The Bursar's office would like to remind all departments that are utilizing Federal Work Study funds to track earnings so students don't go over the authorized amount for their fall awards.

Departments can check RJISEWH in Banner to review the amount of earnings that have been posted against a student's award as of a certain pay date.
Federal Work Study FAQs... 
Omnibus Lecture with Isadore Rosenfeld is Canceled
Omnibus 100 logo When the 2011-12 Omnibus Lecture Series was announced in August, the lineup included medical commentator Isadore Rosenfeld. Unfortunately, his lecture scheduled for Thursday, October 27, has been canceled. Visit the Omnibus website for more information about upcoming speakers. 
Volleyball Bashes Breast Cancer; Basketball Tip-off Luncheon
Tusky LogoWomen's volleyball will  meet Oral Roberts on the court Saturday, October 29, at 7 p.m. Fans are encouraged to wear pink to the match. One dollar from each ticket sold will benefit the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer.

 IPFW Athletics will celebrate the arrival of Mastodon Basketball at a tip-off luncheon Thursday, November 3, at the Downtown Courtyard by Marriott. Register for luncheon...(PDF) 
This Week on Discover IPFW
Discover IPFW Logo Tune in tomorrow night, Thursday, October 27, and find out how IPFW students and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science benefit from various partnerships and relationships with companies like ITT and Raytheon.

Max Yen, dean of ETCS; Bob Sedlmeyer, associate professor of computer science; and representatives of ITT and Raytheon will be the guests. Watch the live broadcast at 7:30 p.m. on PBS-39.
OACS Open House is October 27
In recognition of National Co-op Month, Academic Internships, Cooperative Education, and Service Learning (OACS) will host an open house Thursday, October 27, from 1 to 4 p.m. in Neff Hall, Room 337.
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