As we continue to navigate a global pandemic, I wanted to provide you an early communication as to our planning for the spring semester as well as details about an on-campus opportunity next week to get the COVID-19 vaccine (be it your first, second or booster) and a flu shot.
Every success of our university is achieved because of the talent of our people.
It has been our tradition and privilege each fall to celebrate your talent and dedication by highlighting the hundreds of faculty and staff marking important milestones in service. Please plan to join us Nov. 18 at the Coliseum.
Today, we are launching the 2021 Combined Campaign for Health and Human Services — thank you to our campaign co-chairs Mike and Connie Boehm, Kathy Farrell and Sam Allgood for your leadership.
This is our special opportunity to focus on how we can give back to Lincoln and Lancaster County. Your gift to the Combined Campaign makes a real impact on the health, education and financial stability of your neighbors. Every dollar helps people in Lincoln and Lancaster County get support, stabilize home life and move forward to lead positive, productive lives.
This morning, Executive Vice Chancellor Elizabeth Spiller informed the Deans and faculty that she is stepping down from her role at Thanksgiving for family reasons. A link to EVC Spiller’s note is here.