Articles Tagged ‘ President Urgo ’
February 2, 20134:17 pm
With the recent departure of staff members like Coordinator of Orientation and Service Sola Ogundele, Assistant Vice President for Academic Services Lenny Howard, and Residence Life Assistant Director for Recruitment and Development Clinton Gilbert ’07, the college is striving to replace those key outlets for diverse students on campus. All three staff members were heavily [...]
March 30, 201011:57 am
On Thursday, Mar. 11 through Monday, Mar. 15, Dr. Joseph Urgo, the next College president, visited campus with his wife Lesley to meet with students, faculty, and administrators and to enumerate his vision for the College.
March 11, 201012:33 pm
On Friday, March 5, The Point News was fortunate enough to be able to talk to the College’s next president, Joseph Urgo, currently vice president of academics and dean of faculty at Hamilton College. He talked about his impression of the College, his views on the College presidency, and more.
March 11, 201012:11 pm
On Friday, March 5, I was lucky enough to be able to talk to our next College president, Dr. Joseph Urgo, or just Joe Urgo, as he signs his email correspondences. The interview is printed in the news section, but in my opinion, the text of the interview doesn’t tell the whole story. Sure, it [...]
February 23, 20102:01 pm
On Monday, Feb. 22, the Presidential Search committee announced that it had selected Dr. Joseph Urgo as the next College president.The announcement marked the culmination of a search which began last April and restarted last October after all of the previous candidates withdrew. Urgo will join the College on July 1, 2010.
February 23, 20101:35 pm
It’s Feb. 22, Monday afternoon. I’m sitting at a lunch table with a few of my friends, one history major and two physics majors. None of us have checked our email yet, so we haven’t seen who the new president is. Speculation abounds about the new president’s background, which eventually degenerates into a my-discipline-is-more-worthwhile-than-yours dispute. [...]