fyi Volume 43, Number 1, June 5, 2006
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Critical management

Alpha Chi Omega house devastated by the tornado.When a tornado ripped through Iowa City on April 13, it wasn’t a complete disaster. Years of work on the University’s Critical Incident Management Plan paid off for those charged with ensuring the safety of UI staff and faculty. Chuck Green, director of UI Public Safety, talks about the checklists and step-by-step instructions to keep the University safe in emergencies. Read more...

Interview with Staff Council president

Mary Greer, web designer for Health Care Information Systems in University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, is the 2006-07 Staff Council president. Greer shares her priorities for the year ahead, including how Staff Council plans to work with UI leadership during the search for UI President David Skorton’s replacement, and how the council might address this year’s shortfall in state appropriations. Read more...

News in brief

fyi resumes publication in new online format

New liveWELL program offers healthy choice

Finkbine awards announced

Writer? The University of Iowa wants you!

Learning and Development June/July schedule

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Mike Wilson
Mike WilsonMost UI facilities escaped the wrath of the April 13 tornado that hit the Iowa City area. Unfortunately for Fleet Services manager Mike Wilson, his building was the exception to the rule. Read more...


“There are three jobs I have no interest in: governor, university president, or athletic director. If I become interested in any one of the three, everyone has permission to hit me with a ball bat.”

Kirk Ferentz
(USA Today, April 25)

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