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New Faces New Places
Bill Salyer, assistant athletic director of media services for Athletics

Monty Stratton, telops systems administrator for Telephone Operations

Jill Trosper, room scheduling clerk for the Registrar

Justin Hull, account clerk for Comptroller

Chris Piepenbrink, night custodian for Building Services

Robert Wilkinson, associate vice chancellor for Institutional Research and Planning 
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Purchasing Code of Ethics and Holiday Season Gifts from Suppliers
As the holiday season approaches, some of the university's suppliers will offer gifts to those who are involved in the acquisition of goods and services. It is essential to recognize the importance of maintaining appropriate relationships with suppliers.

Procurement Services at Purdue has established the following direction regarding the acceptance of gifts from suppliers. Read the directive... (PDF) 
IPFW Reflections Wins Student Art in the Library Competition
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Freshman photography major Ajna Wagenfeld has captured first place in the annual Fall Student Art in the Library Competition with her photograph titled IPFW Reflections. Wagenfeld received a $125 award from Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs George S. McClellan.

Judges for the competition were Christopher Ganz, Department of Fine Arts; Jim Gabbard, Department of Visual Communication and Design; and Denise Buhr, Helmke Library. View images of current and past competitions... 
Nursing Department Adopts Family
Nursing Adopt a Family IPFW's Department of Nursing is making the holidays a little brighter for an area family this year through the Salvation Army's Adopt-a-Family program. The father of the family of eight is unable to work as he is on kidney dialysis. The mother works; however, they are part of the working poor.

Each child will receive an outfit, shoes, coat, hat, gloves, and items of special interest. Gifts for the parents include clothing, household items, a set of pots and pans, and a basket of household toiletries. Gift cards for groceries and other necessary items are also included. 
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Tomorrow evening on Discover IPFW, Athletic Director Tommy Bell, Head Women's Basketball Coach Chris Paul, and student athletes will join host Susan Alderman as they discuss the Lady Dons basketball season and what it's like to be a student-athlete at IPFW. The live call-in show airs every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. on WFWA-DT PBS39. 
Extended Hours at Helmke Library
Helmke Library will be open 24 hours a day December 4--16, thanks to funding from Indiana--Purdue Student Government Association (IPSGA).

During the extended hours, library staff will be available at the first floor service desk to check out materials and
laptops, reserve study rooms, and provide other minimal services. Learning Commons services will not be available. All floors of the library will be open, but the sky bridge will be closed.

Snacks and coffee will be offered December 11--14 from 5 to 8 p.m. Contact Tiff Adkins, if you're interested in volunteering at the snack table.  
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The IPFW Division of Continuing Studies Spring 2012 catalog is now online.

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