Pulling algae from Lake LaVerne.

Lake LaVerne's image problem

Warm, dry spring weather has propagated an early (and unsightly) algae bloom in Lake LaVerne. Environmentally friendly management methods are keeping the lake healthy, and long-term solutions are being studied.

Ten faculty receive special recognition

The university community is invited to honor them during the annual faculty and staff awards ceremony on Sept. 21.

Crane lifts steel bridge across Squaw Creek

New bridge on golf course

Veenker's middle bridge is replaced

Steel span replaces a cable suspension bridge that was original to the course, which opened in 1938.

Emerging Leaders class announced

Since 2009, ELA has helped prepare a broader and more diverse group of faculty and staff for leadership roles across campus.

Regents begin salary discussion, approve faculty P&T awards

Parking permit rates, dining and student housing rates, TIER business cases and a residence department bond sale also receive board attention.

Time to complete training on sexual assault, discrimination, harassment

Faculty and staff who haven't completed mandatory training on discrimination, harassment and Title IX should do so this spring, says Robin Kelley, director of the office of equal opportunity.