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Education professor’s leadership earns rewards for entire college

David Gee

Robert Michael (left) dean of School of Education and David Lavallee (right) provost, accept a check from David Gee (Education).

Assistant Professor of Educational Administration David Gee’s tenure as president of the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) has paid off. The college recently received the first installment of a $25,000 stipend in compensation for the time Gee spends attending conferences and working on AASA projects. A check for $10,000 was recently presented to Robert Michael, dean of the School of Education and David Lavallee, provost and vice president of academic affairs. The second installment will be awarded in June 2006. The money will be divided between the School of Education and the college.

New service helps students find part-time employment off campus

A new service from the Office of Financial Aid puts New Paltz students in touch with part-time employment off campus. Students can search for job listings in the New Paltz community and surrounding areas by visiting and selecting the "Off-Campus Jobs" link on the right-hand side of the screen. The section is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is free of charge. Students can also sign up for the Job Mail service to receive e-mailed notification of job availability. Please share this information with your students.

Welcome Center to officially open

A grand opening for the college’s new Welcome Center – located in the first-floor lobby of the Haggerty Administration Building – will take place at 2 p.m on Thursday, March 16. The college community is invited to learn about the informational services the center has to offer potential students and other visitors to the campus.

MARCH 13, 2006
Volume 4, Issue 5

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