News Category: leadership

Trice Humpert named Assistant Vice President for ITS

Trice Humpert, Assistant Vice President for Information Technology Services
May 1, 2020

Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Darrell Bazzell announced on Friday, May 1, that Trice Humpert has been appointed to Assistant Vice President for Information Technology Services (ITS), effective immediately. Humpert has served in the interim role since August 2019.

COVID-19 FAS update for April 30

COVID-19 campus updates graphic
April 30, 2020

Dear FAS Colleagues,

As this month winds down, many of you may be wondering what the end of the academic semester and beginning of summer will look like. Our jobs continue to be to support the academic and research mission of the university. As noted in the campus message from President Fenves and Interim President Delegate Hartzell, the university will continue to operate in its current state while ongoing assessment and planning occurs.

Thank You, FAS

Darrell Bazell Thank You video screenshot
April 24, 2020

Dear FAS Colleagues,

I wanted to share a short video message to express my appreciation and gratitude for all that you are doing for our great university. I hope you are taking care of yourselves, your families, and each other. We are in this together.

COVID-19 staff update for April 17

COVID-19 staff updates graphic
April 17, 2020

Dear staff colleagues,

As the world and our university continue to deal with the unknown around COVID-19 (coronavirus), I know many of us are concerned about our own personal health, safety, and financial stability. University leaders have these same anxieties – not only for our own families, but for each of you as well.

COVID-19: updates, resources for employees

COVID-19 FAS Updates Graphic
March 30, 2020

Thank you for your ongoing patience and flexibility while the university continues to evolve its operations and policies to align with public health guidance during COVID-19 (coronavirus). This email includes several updates as well as important resources you may want to save for future reference.