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Kopp's Weekly - Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

Kopp's Weekly - Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

Dean Kopp invites all students to attend the Fall 2011 CNS Town Hall Meeting Monday at 5 p.m.

Dear students,

The Natural Sciences Council student organization invites you to attend the Fall 2011 CNS Town Hall Meeting. It will be in Welch Hall Room 2.308 from 5-6 p.m. on Monday, November 7. CNS students may participate in an interactive discussion on current events and issues in the college.

A panel consisting of much of the leadership will be on hand to answer your questions, including

    • David Laude, Interim Dean of the College,


    • Sacha Kopp, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education,


    • Peter Riley, Associate Dean for Research and Facilities,


    • Sarah Simmons, Assistant Dean for Honors, Undergraduate Research, and International Study,


  • Deborah Fuller, Assistant Dean for Business Affairs.

The format will be an open question and answer session on any issues on your mind about the college, academics, student opportunities, the priorities of the new leadership in the college, issues connected with the college budget and tuition, etc. All are welcome.

The College is, above all, an academic learning community. As a community, it consists of participants from across a spectrum -- the faculty who have pivotal roles in teaching and mentoring, the college leadership who establish priorities for its educational and research missions, the staff who support the many aspects of college life, and of course you, the students who come here to interact with us and with each other in a crucial phase of your career development. As with any community, each of us has important perspectives. Meetings like this town hall are opportunities to share constructive ideas, provide feedback, and work together to chart a best course.

Developing such an approach to discourse is one of those things that makes our society special and hopefully carries over to all aspects of our public life. We here in the College treasure this place and the potential it has to do great things. We look forward to a good conversation tomorrow.

Have a great week,

Dr. Sacha Kopp

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