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 Tuesday, June 15, 2010 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter

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Appointment of Russell L. Moore as Interim Provost
Russell L. Moore has been named CU-Boulder's interim provost, effective July 1. Moore is currently serving as interim vice chancellor for research, and has amassed a distinguished 19-year career at CU-Boulder as a researcher, teacher and contributor to the campus community. He is known for his fair-minded approach to problem solving and management, and he will provide steady leadership for academic enterprise as options are evaluated for filling the provost position permanently. Moore has served as interim vice chancellor for research since May of 2009.

Deborah Fowlkes Named Executive Director of Alumni Association
Deborah Fowlkes has been named executive director of the CU Alumni Association, and will assume the post on July 26. She currently serves as assistant vice president for alumni relations and executive director of the Temple University Alumni Association in Philadelphia. Fowlkes grew up in Boulder and is a graduate of Boulder High School and the daughter of retired CU mathematics Professor Irving Weiss. Since July 2005, she has served in the top alumni relations position at Temple University for the school’s 265,000 alumni.

Donald Misch Appointed as Vice Chancellor for Health And Wellness
Donald Misch has been named assistant vice chancellor for health and wellness and director of the Wardenburg Health Center effective upon the retirement of current assistant vice chancellor for health and wellness, Gary Chadwick on July 1. Misch currently serves as executive director of Northwestern University Health Service in Evanston, Ill., a post he has held since 2003. Misch also will direct campus activities concerning alcohol and other drugs and will be the key liaison within the campus and to the city on these issues. He will also chair the CU Impact Coalition, an action-oriented task force to examine student wellness, health promotion, and alcohol and other drug issues on campus.

CSF 2010 Season
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival will present three Shakespeare and two other classic plays during the 2010 six-week summer season, July 2 through August 8. Included are King Lear—Preview July 1, Opens July 2, Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre; The Fantasticks—Preview July 2, Opens July 3, University Theatre; The Taming of the Shrew—Preview July 9, Opens July 10, Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre; Measure For Measure—Preview July 15, Opens July 16, University Theatre; and Our Town—Preview July 16, Opens July 17, Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre. For curtain times and tickets, please visit the website or call 303-492-0554.

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