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Wednesday Memo
Aug. 27 2014


• On Thursday, Sept. 4, Communication Science and Disorders will host free Speech, Language and Hearing screenings for the children of UM faculty and staff. Children ages 3-5 are welcome to come to the Speech and Hearing Center between 9 and 11 a.m. UM’s Speech-Language Pathology graduate students will perform the screenings. Interested? Please complete the form sent campus-wide via e-mail by Kandis Chatman and return to Chatman via e-mail or fax (9-665-6721) by Wednesday, Sept. 3.

Attention UM faculty! Did you know that at the Learning Enrichment Center (LEC), the staff strives to help students by providing free tutoring, as well as assessments for academic needs? If you are interested in having a representative from the LEC speak to your classes, please contact LEC Director Randi Tubbs at Please send the information for each class you would like a representative to visit, including the location, the days and times you would like a representative to visit and whether you would prefer the visit to take place at the beginning or end of the class. The visit should take no longer than 10 minutes. Questions? Contact Tubbs via e-mail or at 9-665-6113.

• Faculty and staff, please share with students that the Career Development Center has moved to the second floor of Farmer Hall. The Center is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. in its new location. Additionally, students seeking on-campus or local employment may wish to visit the Center online to review opportunities.


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