Space Committee Meeting
As you are all aware, the addition of new faculty has made it necessary for adjustments to be made in the allotment of lab and office space. As such, adjustments have been recommended by the space committee and approved by the administration. In all cases, the committee members have carefully assessed the needs of the department as a whole, the department areas, and individual students and faculty members, and we have done our best to assign space based on the greatest need. We appreciate your cooperation during this transition period, and hope that there will be no difficulty in making the necessary changes by 5pm. The space committee will be meeting at Good Time Charlie's today at 4:30pm if any clarification is required before the final move. Thank you. 4418 to be converted to lab space. 4436 to be converted to cloak room. (Current occupants, Horn, Mueller, and Veinott to be moved to 4058). 4424 to be converted to storage closet. (Current occupants, James and Pond to be moved to 4058). 4441 to be converted to breakfast nook (Current occupants, Geva, Hamilton, and Sieck to be moved to 4058). 4443 to be converted to solarium (Current Occupants, Marshuetz and Seymour to be moved to 4058). 4056 to become the C&P mailroom. Again. (Current occupants, Behensky, Minear, and Nelson to be moved to 4058). 4428A to be converted to office space for new faculty from the Basket Weaving Department (Current occupants Fenscik and Pallotta to be moved to 4058). 4422 to be converted to conference room. C&P Forum has been scheduled into this space for the 1999-2000 school year. (Current occupants Hedden and Stevens to be moved to 4058). 4039 to be converted to squash court (Current C&P occupants Gmeindl and Wager) to be moved to 4058). As indicated by the adjustments listed above, 19 students will be relocated to 4058 where they will join the current occupants Hall, Jones, Mikels, Riis, Tschirhart, and the incoming Willoughby. Scaffolding and extra desks have been ordered and will be installed this afternoon, and we believe that the bunk-desk arrangement will make for a more intimate learning environment for the C&P students Thank you for your cooperation.