The Catholic University of America

May 27 – June 2, 2013

 

 

Calendar

Monday, May 27
Memorial Day
The University is closed.

Friday, May 31
Reception Celebrating 48 Years of Service
2 to 4 p.m, the University Libraries invite the CUA community to a retirement reception for Kathern Miraglia, acquisitions librarian, in honor of her 48 years of service to the University. For more information, contact Mary Mizell at mathews@cua.edu.

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Campus Ministry

Summer Mass Schedule
Mass will be celebrated on Sundays at 6 p.m. in St. Vincent de Paul Chapel. There will be no daily Masses during the summer months.

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Upcoming Events

Tuesday, June 4
Monroe Street Market Housing Meeting for Faculty and Staff

Noon to 1 p.m. Want to know what’s happening across from campus and what housing options are coming? Monroe Street Market will be here for an Open House Lunch. Dine and learn about the discount program set up for Catholic University employees. Pryzbyla Center, Room 351. For additional information, call the Office of Human Resources, 202-319-5050.

Thursday, June 6
Metropolitan School of Professional Studies Open House
5:30 to 7 p.m., the Metropolitan School of Professional Studies hosts an open house for prospective certificate, bachelor's, and master's students. Pryzbyla Center, Great Room A. For more information, visit the school's website.

Sunday, June 9
Russian Art Songs, 18th through 20th Century

3 p.m., Bel Cantanti and the CUA Joint Opera Festival present a recital of the Russian art songs of Bulakhov, Glinka, Dargomyzhsky, Rubinstein, Borodin, Tchaikovsky, Musorgky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Rachmaninoff, and others. Projection of the paintings of Russian fine art. Accompanied by Nicholas Catravas, Nathan Blair, and Katerina Souvorova. Ward Hall, John Paul Hall. Tickets: $15, tickets@belcantanti.com. For more information, call 240-230-7372 or visit the Bel Cantanti website.

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Announcements

Inventory of University Assets
The University is mandated by federal grant compliance requirements and generally accepted accounting principles to complete a physical inventory of all assets at least once every two years. As a result of this audit requirement, a physical inventory of the institution’s assets must occur during fiscal year 2014. The Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) will begin the required property review on Tuesday, May 28. An EHS staff member will call offices at least three business days prior to arrival to confirm the visit. Badged student employees will assist regular staff in scanning bar-coded property tags previously placed on all inventoried assets. These individuals will require access to all rooms, offices, and laboratories on campus to view and scan tagged property. Before proceeding with any work in a building, however, these individuals will check in with the building administrator’s office. Assistance may be requested for access to certain spaces. It is expected this phase of the physical inventory will be substantially completed by Aug. 30, 2013. If any additional access is required beyond this date, arrangements will be made with selected departments. Call EHS at extension 5602 or email Andrew Wolf at wolfa@cua.edu for questions or concerns. Thank you in advance for your assistance and cooperation with this project.

Free Beginner Tai Chi Classes
Noon to 1 p.m., Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, beginning Wednesday, May 29. Loose, cool clothing recommended. Pryzbyla Lawn across from law school (weather permitting). Inclement/hot weather location: Raymond A. DuFour Athletic Center. For more information, contact Scott Mathews, mathewss@cua.edu.

Summertime and the Giving Is Easy
CUA’s dedicated faculty and staff support students and the University daily through time and talent. That remarkable commitment can be bolstered with gifts to the Campus Community Campaign. Contributors can specify campus priorities they want to support — students, academic research, campus ministry, athletics — the options are limitless. Every contribution, whatever the amount, significantly helps the CUA community.
 
And giving is easy. Access the payroll deduction form by clicking here. Make a one-time gift by clicking here. To learn more about supporting CUA, visit giving.cuatoday.com.

Surplus Vehicle Auction
The Office of Strategic Sourcing and Procurement announces the auction of more than 15 surplus vehicles, most of which are available for inspection in the northern end of the McMahon parking lot. Vehicles are offered "as is"; the University provides no guarantees or warranties on their service or condition. Submit sealed bids by 2 p.m., Monday, June 3, to the procurement office, Leahy Hall, Room LL40. Vehicles must be paid in full and picked up by 1 p.m., Friday, June 7, or the next acceptable bid will be chosen. Buyers are responsible for all title, transfer, applicable taxes, and removal of vehicles after receipt of payment. The University reserves the right not to accept any bids deemed not in the best interest of CUA. For more information, contact Debbie Jackson, 202-319-5044 or jacksond@cua.edu.

Boys and Girls Basketball Camp Sign-ups
Sign up now for Boys and Girls Basketball Camp for ages 7 to 15. Camps run in June, July, and August. For more information, click here.

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