CAS dean, LASC offices relocatedBy Sally Harris
Spectrum Volume 18 Issue 38 - August 22, 1996
The Dean's Office for the College of Arts and Sciences and the office of the Liberal Arts and Sciences program (LASC) have moved.
The Dean's Office has moved to the Arts and Sciences Administration Building (ASAB) on the upper quad. The new building, located on the tennis courts behind Major Williams Hall and Lane Hall, now houses all the dean's staff formerly located in Derring Hall and Williams Hall.
Those who moved from Derring to the new building include the administrative offices of Dean Robert Bates and his staff; the office of George Crofts, associate dean for budget and finance; the office of Lucinda Roy, associate dean for curriculum, outreach, and diversity; the office of Adelene Kirby (research, facilities, and grants); the office of Nick Conner, development director; and the office of Sally Harris, public-relations coordinator. From Williams Hall, the Office of Student Academics and Records, with Associate Deans David Stetler, Ellie Sturgis, and staff, also moved to the new building.
To reach the new building from the drillfield, face the corner between the War Memorial Chapel and Patton Hall and walk between the Performing Arts Building and Brodie Hall and past Major Williams. The ASAB is the light tan modular building on the tennis court.
Also, the Liberal Arts and Sciences program, which will be renamed the Interdisciplinary Studies Program in the spring, has moved from Williams Hall to 155 Lane Hall (Bay 5).