July 2, 2014
Christopher Riley
The IPFW Alumni Relations office welcomes Christopher Riley as its new assistant director. Riley formerly worked in IPFW's Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, where he was the assistant director. He coordinated cultural programs and academic success initiatives that support diverse students and those pursuing CTE/STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) majors. "My heart is in working with our alumni and students," said Riley. "This is a great opportunity to do what I love and to continue making a difference at IPFW."
Riley started his position on June 24. Read the news release 
There's still time to register for Summerfest 2014, 1964: Then and Now, IPFW's annual employee and retiree appreciation day. Registration ends July 9.
  • Right on! Get your own tie-dyed T-shirt 
  • Donate white elephant bingo prizes or door prizes by July 7. Drop off items at the Kettler or Walb Info Desks
  • Volunteer for an event. Use the registration site or contact Jennifer Schillo to find a great job just for you
  • Photo op! Take a selfie with Larry Temenoff's 1964 VW Beetle. Bring your cell phone, iPad, or camera
  • Fab food. Taco/salad/burrito bar by Salsa Grille
  • Groove to the beat. Show off your '60s dance moves
  • Freaky fun. Groovy threads costume contest and '60s car show 
2014--15 Staff and Faculty Parking Permits car-sales-lot.jpg
Parking Permits for staff and faculty will be available beginning Monday, July 7. Permits are $162 (full time) or $81 (part time). Purchase yours at the University Police Department in the Support Services Building, Room 102. Payment may be made by check, cash, credit card, or payroll deduction. Please contact Sue Ealing at 481-5424 if you have questions.
Photo of the Week
Allison Thomas, Audrey Foster, and Rachel Banks on the set of their student-produced show, The Spotlight, at College Access TeleVision (CATV). This was the students' final exam for a TV Production class taught by Professor Art Herbig. View large photo Photo by Elmer Denman 
This Week on Arts Weekly
T. Irmscher and Janice Furtner from FAME will drop by to talk about summer art camp, July 27-- August 1; Hope Arthur, musician, will be this week's Fort Wayne Featured Artist. Join host John O'Connell on Arts Weekly, Thursday, July 3, at 7:30 p.m. on WFWA PBS-39.
New Faces, New Places
Thomas Bibe, promoted to supervisor for Building Services
Mitch Davidson, chief information officer for Information Technology Services
Quincy Davidson, director of development
Germaine Fairfield, head softball coach for Student Athletics
Rogelio Garcia, promoted to supervisor for Building Services
Paul Houser, promoted to supervisor for Building Services
Aaron McClaskey, creative copywriter for Marketing and Creative Services
Christopher Riley, transfer to assistant director for membership and affinity for Alumni Relations
Gary Roberts, promoted to supervisor for Building Services
As reported last week, a retirement celebration for Frank Guzik will take place Friday, July 25, from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Kettler Hall Faculty Lounge; however, his official retirement date is July 30, not June 30.

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