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Marc Gordon Named Employee of the Month

Library's Marc Gordon Named Employee of the Month

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Marc Gordon began working at UNO on the Criss Library renovation project five-years ago, but with construction finished, he has stayed on as building services manager for the facility. Gordon is responsible for maintaining everything on the inside of the Criss Library and he describes his job as "never being the same day twice." "I enjoy seeing a lot of interesting people with diverse personalities and being able to watch how everybody works together," he said. "If there's an issue in the building everyone comes together to get the issue straightened out. It's a 'patron first facility' and a very enjoyable place to work."

In nominating Gordon for the monthly award, one person said, "Marc always makes himself available to patrons and staff no matter what time it is. He is involved in so many projects on campus including the digital signage committee and taking a year-long CPM course ... all while still doing his Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. job. If he gets a phone call at home and needs to come in he will do so. He is such a great manager and will always help anyone to the best of his ability." Gordon will receive a certificate and check from Chancellor John Christensen and he will be honored at an upcoming meeting of the Board of Regents.

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2012.06.20

First Lady to Visit P-16 Service Learning Project Today

Nebraska's First Lady, Sally Ganem will visit the Adams Park Community Center today, June 20, at 11:30 a.m. to participate in "Food for Thought," a UNO P-16 Service Learning Project. Adams Park Community Center is located at 3230 John A Creighton Blvd. in North Omaha.

"Food for Thought" received the ServeNebraska Outstanding Community Partnership in Education award, which was presented by the First Lady on April 18. The UNO P-16 Service Learning project brings together a UNO Gerontology class, two Culinary Arts classes at Blackburn Alternative Program and more than two dozen senior citizens at the Adams Park Community Center with the "Food for Thought" project. Since the project began in 2010, Blackburn students have served 1,300 hours providing approximately 1,350 healthy meals. Read more.

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Alumni Shakespeare on the Green Event This July

Join alumni, faculty, staff and friends July 6 for the Alumni Association's annual Shakespeare on the Green Picnic and Play. The annual event features dinner at the Thompson Center followed by a performance of "Julius Caesar" on The Green. See details at http://unoalumni.org/shakespeare

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Free Toner Cartridges Listing

Limited quantities of free toner and inkjet cartridges are available from Mail Services for department use only. To reserve any of the following, contact Kathy Hartle at 402.554.2337.

Sharp: PR-202NT and SF-250DR.

Epson: 69 cyan, 69 yellow, 69 magenta, TO44420, TO44320 and TO 44220.

HP: 29, 26, 11, 10, 44, 99, 41, 49, 29, C9721A, C9723A, C9722A, Q3961A, Q7553X, 92291A and 35A.

Canon: TN1275, BCI-21, BCI-11 and 8BK.

Epson: 60 cyan, 60 magenta, 60 black, TO60420 yellow, TO60320 magenta, 60 yellow and TO60220 cyan.

DELL: 130C.

Brothers: LC51M, LC51BK, TN-580 and TN-550.

Konica Minolta:  1710517-005k, 1710517-003M, 1710517-00ZY.

Hartle invites the campus community to join the recycling effort. Before throwing away an old toner or ink cartridge, contact her at 402.554.2337 to see what options are available.

"If you don't have the printer for the toner cartridges anymore, send them to the mailroom," she said. "With the budget situation, continuing to recycle ink and toner cartridges can save the university and departments money."

Can't find it on the list? If departments want to request a particular brand of ink cartridge they can contact Hartle directly as well.

Green UNO supports this event. For more information, visit http://www.unomaha.edu/green.

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Two Mavericks Make Junior Evaluation Camp

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Two incoming UNO hockey players have been named to USA Hockey's National Junior Evaluation Camp roster.  Defenseman Brian Cooper and goaltender Anthony Stolarz will take part in the camp in August in Lake Placid, N.Y.

Cooper and Stolarz are part of a group of 46 players auditioning for a spot on the U.S. National Junior Team which will compete in the 2013 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship from Dec. 26, 2012 to Jan. 5, 2013 in Russia.  UNO head coach Dean Blais coached the Americans in 2010, winning the gold medal, and 2012. Read more.

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'Strategic Air Command: Keepers of Peace' Exhibit at Criss Library

Stop by the H. Don and Connie J. Osborne Family Gallery on the main level of Criss Library to view a display of personal and organizational items from the "Strategic Air Command: Keepers of Peace" exhibit.

Items in the current exhibit represent the organization of people who kept the peace during much of the 20th century. Items are on loan from the Commander in Chief Strategic Air Command (CINCSAC) collection, the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James McCoy collection and the Arthur Storz collection. The exhibit runs through Sunday, July 15.

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Fidelity Counseling Session Still Available

Fidelity representative Jason Cronick will be in Omaha next week for an individual counseling session on June 29. To make an appointment between from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., call 1.800.642.7131.

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UNO Bookstore Summer Hours

The current regular summer Bookstore hours are:

Monday through Tuesday - 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Wednesday through Friday - 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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