June 25, 2014
Two Development Directors Join Office of Advancement
M. Quincy Davidson
Nathan Payne
The Office of Advancement has added two new development directors to its staff. Nathan Payne will join the staff as director of development for athletics. M. Quincy Davidson will be director of development.
Davidson comes to IPFW from the Illinois Institute of Technology, where he served as the senior recruiter for international and domestic enrollment in the Office of Graduate Admissions. Davidson will begin his position on July 1.
Payne recently worked in the Auburn University Athletics Compliance office and the Regulation and Enforcement Division of the Mississippi Secretary of State. Payne will assume his duties on July 7. Read the news release 
Irene Walters Retiring June 30 after 19 Years at IPFW
Irene Walters
Irene Walters, executive director of University Relations and Communications, will retire June 30 after 19 years at IPFW. Walters has launched projects and events such as Mastodons on Parade, a public art project to commemorate the university's 40th year; Tapestry, which has provided more than $650,000 in scholarship funds for Health and Human Services students; The Remnant Trust at IPFW exhibition, a collection of first- and early-edition documents that changed history; and the Omnibus Lecture Series, which presents diverse ideas through educated, respected, and entertaining speakers to the community. Her contributions to the northeast Indiana region are legendary.
Irene would like to keep things low-key. If you would like to contribute a card or note of appreciation to her memory box, please send it to Kelly Shanks in Kettler Hall, Room 140F. Cards should be small enough to fit a 4"x4" space.
Retirement Celebration for Frank Guzik is July 25
Frank Guzik 
You are welcome to join the IPFW Office of Admissions to celebrate the retirement of Frank Guzik, Friday, July 25, from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Kettler Hall Faculty Lounge. Guzik's official retirement date is June 30.

If you would like to sign a card and contribute to a retirement gift you may do so at the Bursar's office. 
Don't Miss Your Chance to Win a $100 First Prize 
Sculpture with Purpose logo Can you find the triangles hidden around the Sculpture with Purpose™ bike racks? Don't miss the Find the Triangle Contest---- where you could win a $100 first prize! The contest is open to the IPFW community as well as the general public and the July 6 deadline for submissions is almost here. Entering is as easy as 1-2-3:
  1. find the triangle in, on, or near a sculpture
  2. take a photo that includes you at the sculpture pointing at the triangle
  3. submit your photo(s) at the official entry site.
It's that simple! The contest includes 50 $100 first prizes; any valid entry will qualify you to win a first prize.
Sculpture with Purpose is IPFW's flagship 50th Celebration project. Official contest rules 
Employee Discount for IPFW Volleyball Camps 
Skills Camp 1 --  $95 ($15 discount for IPFW Employees)
July 7--- 10, 9-- 11:30 a.m.
Grades K-- 4 and 5--
Skills Camp 2 --  $95 ($15 discount for IPFW Employees)
July 14-- 17 3-- 5:30 p.m.
Grades 5-- 8 only 
Position Clinics --  $30 ($5 discount for IPFW Employees)
Grades 7-- 12 only 
Monday, July 14, 6-- 8 p.m. --  Outside Hitter
Tuesday, July 15, 6-- 8 p.m. --  Setters
Wednesday, July 16, 6-- 8 p.m. --  Middle Hitters
Thursday, July 17, 6-- 8 p.m. --  Libero
Friday, July 18, 9-- 11 a.m. --  Serving 
You can fill out the registration and mail to Jasmine Fullove, 2101 East Coliseum Boulevard, Fort Wayne, IN 46805. Checks should be made out to Steve Florio Volleyball Camps LLC. If you have already signed up your child for a camp and paid the full amount, contact IPFW Athletics to receive a reimbursement. Visit the Steve Florio Volleyball Camps website
Vendor Hours during Summer Sessions 

sliced-tomato.jpg Kettler Hall, Ground Floor
Subway: Monday-- Friday, 9 a.m.-- 3 p.m.

ETCS, First Floor Lobby
Bon Bon's Coffee: Monday-- Thursday 8 a.m.-- 2 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m.-- noon

Walb Union, First Floor
Follett's Bookstore: Monday 9 a.m.-- 6 p.m.; Tuesday-- Thursday 9 a.m.-- 5 p.m.; Friday 9 a.m.-- 1 p.m.

Walb Union, Ground Floor
Pizza Hut: Monday-- Thursday 11 a.m.-- 2 p.m.; Friday 11 a.m.-- 1:30 p.m. 
Mastodon Mart: Monday 9 a.m.-- 6 p.m.; Tuesday-- Thursday 9 a.m.-- 5 p.m.; Friday 9 a.m.-- 1 p.m.

Food Truck Vendor (mall area by Neff Hall)
Rig-a-Tony's: Tuesday 11 a.m.-- 2 p.m. Catch them on Facebook or Twitter for details. 
Photo of the Week
"Say Cheese!" Five new IPFW Mastodons and one familiar face smile for the camera during a New Student Orientation session this week. View large photo. Photo by Elmer Denman
New Faces, New Places
Sara Kitzmiller, transfer  to faculty appointment specialist for Academic Affairs
Holly Lara,
transfer to secretary to the dean for Doermer School of Business
Department Newsletters
Expressions: College of Visual and Performing Arts
IPFW Community Arts Academy 
This Week on Arts Weekly
Charles Shepard, executive director of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, will talk about the 42nd Annual International Glass Invitational and other summer events. Mark Phenicie, steampunk sculptor, will be the featured artist. Join host John O'Connell on Arts Weekly, Thursday, June 26, at 7:30 p.m. on WFWA PBS-39.

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