July 9, 2014
Fall Enrollment Numbers Are a Mixed Bag
Student OrientationPlease keep in mind that the 2014--15 budget is directly tied to the final fall enrollment and resulting tuition revenue generated. As fall enrollment is tracked, vice chancellors are continually monitoring budgets of their divisions, vacant positions, and ongoing searches. At the present time, authorized searches will continue according to the priorities of each division.
While the number of newly admitted students is ahead of this time last year, the number of returning students is lagging. There are several weeks of registration remaining but it is important to exercise caution in spending in the interim.
Please contact your respective dean or vice chancellor should you have questions.
Optimize Your Leadership Potential
 Whether you lead a team or are part of a team, Human Resources offers you the opportunity to optimize performance through the Supervise for Success training program. The program consists of ten learning units and is designed to equip IPFW employees with the tools, techniques, and information essential to personal and professional success. Upon completion, participants receive a certificate acknowledging their accomplishment.

You can find more information about the program and fill out a registration form at the Human Resources website.
Photo of the Week
IPFW students Ryan Meriwether, Rachel Vachon, Luisa Pires Lulciano, Mayzin Naing, Kayleigh Shampoe, and five incoming exchange students from South Korea mug for the camera. The photo was taken at the IPFW Office of International Education/Bahrom International Program at Seoul Women's University in South Korea. For four weeks every summer, IPFW students pair with Korean students to learn about their culture, language, traditions, and current issues. View large photos Photo by Joey Yoo 
New Faces, New Places
Deborah Didier, secretary for engineering
Kristine Frye, transfer to Writing Center supervisor for Academic Success Center
R. Nathan Payne, director of development -- athletics 
In Memoriam 
DAVID LEGG, professor of mathematics at IPFW since 1973, died Saturday, July 5, after an extended bout with cancer. Professor Legg was the department chair for 13 years and also served as associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. The funeral service is today (July 9) at 11 a.m.  Read the obituary 
This Week on Arts Weekly
Cynthia Smith-Wartzok from the Pulse Opera House in Warren will talk about their production of Gilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance, which opens July 18. Jack Hammer and Ashley Steenman of the Three Rivers Festival will share details about this year's event, running July 11--19. Join host John O'Connell on Arts Weekly, Thursday, July 10, at 7:30 p.m. on WFWA PBS-39.

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