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Ralph Tanner Tribute Service
BSC will pay tribute to former BSC President Dr. Ralph M. Tanner ’54 (M.A. ’57), who passed away last fall in Baldwin City, Kansas, during a memorial service that will take place at 1 p.m. on Friday, June 23, in Yeilding Chapel. Tanner served as president from 1972-75. An informal reception and conversation will follow in Hulsey Hall. Sign up here.

Building the Bridge to the Future forum
BSC’s Academic Policy Council (APC) is seeking more faculty and staff involvement in its project called Building the Bridge to the Future. A forum will be held June 27-29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Harbert 225 to discuss a new vision for the college that will 1) provide a focus for the work of the institution; 2) be implementable given current resources; 3) generate excitement among prospective students, their families, the community, and potential donors; and 4) be mission-centered. The APC will send out an email early this week with more details and a link to a Moodle site for the project.

College names spring term Dean’s List honorees
Birmingham-Southern is proud to present the Dean’s List for the spring 2017 term and congratulates these students. Click here to view.

Free self-care sessions for employees
BSC Counselor Cara Blakes will offer BSC staff and faculty up to two self-care sessions during June and July. Sessions will be confidential, 50 minutes each, and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Make an appointment via clblakes@bsc.edu or x4717. Areas to explore may include relationship issues, loss or grief, stress/time management, confidence/self-image, etc.

Dr. Caskey’s official first day July 3
Dr. Bradley Caskey, BSC’s new provost and vice president for academic affairs, will take his place on campus July 3. He is looking forward to meeting students, staff, and faculty who are on campus this summer.

Fall break trip
The Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Cross Cultural Committee have planned a fall break trip for students to tour Washington, D.C. A $150 deposit is required by Aug. 4. Any remaining spots after the deposit deadline will be opened to faculty and staff. See flyer for more details.

Religious Life

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For more info on Religious Life, click here.

Human Resources News

W-2 data breach
Employees who received notification of the data breach have until June 30 to activate their complimentary one-year membership of IdentityWorks monitoring service through Experian. In March, letters were mailed to employees’ home addresses and contained information on how to enroll. Please call Human Resources at x4646 if you would like to request an additional copy of this letter.

TIAA fee disclosures
The annual plan and investment notices for the BSC Defined Contribution Plan and the BSC Tax Deferred Annuity Plan are now available. The notices were sent to your email addresses. If you did not receive the notices, please check your Clutter folder or email humanresources@bsc.edu to obtain a copy.

Job vacancies
Staff
Admission Campus Visit Coordinator
Admission Communication Specialist
Admission Recruiter
Alumni Coordinator
Assistant Coach, Men’s Lacrosse
Assistant Sports Information Director
Associate Director of Religious Life
Director of Development
Regional Recruitment Counselor
Videographer

Faculty
Visiting Assistant Professor of Marketing
Visiting Instructor of Mathematics
Visiting Instructor of Sociology

Welcome aboard
Tiffany Purifoy-Peterson - Campus Police Officer

Athletics

Recent sports highlights

Men’s golf receives votes in final regular season poll
Jamal Watkins runs home a two-time national champion
Top BSC female student-athletes of 2016-17
Top BSC male student-athletes of 2016-17

Panther sports
For an overview of weekend sports action, current stats, and upcoming games; please visit www.bscsports.net.

Classifieds

*Homes on campus are available for faculty and staff only.

Wanted: Students to volunteer for the Man and Woman of the Year Gala on June 23 in downtown Birmingham, hosted by the Birmingham chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. For more information, email Conde Ireland at cmireland!@bsc.edu or see flyer.

For sale or rent: Home on campus at 1236 Greensboro Road. 1,579 sq. ft., 2BR/1BA on main floor, 1BR/1BA on lower level, laundry area on lower level, and screened porch on main floor. Sell for $145,000 or rent for $900/mo. Call x4630 for more info.

For sale: Home on campus at 1253 Greensboro Road. Unique architect designed home, 4BR/2BA, one and one-half levels featuring high ceilings with exposed beams throughout, skylights, and lots of glass looking into college woods. New roof, updated appliances, and more. A fun place to live. Contact Kathy or Bob Tucker at 322-6233 or bobkatuck2@hotmail.com.

For sale: Home on campus at 1228 Greensboro Road. 3 BR/1BA. Recently renovated kitchen, including new floor, flat-top range, ceiling fan, and some cabinets; freshly painted kitchen, hallway, and living room. $125,000. For more information, email karlo@senasi.com.

For sale: Home on campus at 1237 Greensboro Road. This 3,000+ sq. ft. house features 4 BR/2BA on main level and newly renovated basement including den, alternate BR, and full BA. For an information packet or to schedule a visit, email Drew Briese at dbriese@bsc.edu.

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