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Campus newsletter
for students, faculty, and staff
Friday, May 22, 2015
Today/This Weekend
  • Beck Center closed
  • The Beck Center will be closed Friday. Summer hours will begin Tuesday with open hours from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4:30-6:30 p.m. Questions can be directed to Kyle Dunaway at 8183.
  • Mini art opening Friday in Morlan Galllery
  • Twenty-four fourth graders from William Wells Elementary are creating art in Morlan Gallery today at 11 a.m. and will host a POP-UP exhibition from 11:45 a.m. to noon. Please come join us in the celebration of mark-making with these talented young artists right before you head out to lunch today!
  • Haupt Circle parking closed Friday
  • Haupt Circle will be reserved for members of the Board of Trustees, who will meet in the W. T. Young Campus Center on Friday.
  • Senior Week, commencement activities
  • Seniors, keep up with all the activities planned for Senior Week and Saturday's commencement on the commencement webpage.
  • Last chance to donate to Senior Challenge Friday
  • Seniors, stop by the Senior Challenge table on Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Campus Center at Senior Review. This will be your last chance to donate to support Senior Challenge. If you have already made your donation, we thank you! This is where you will be able to pick up your participant gifts. For more information, contact Amy Bridges.
  • Senior Awards Ceremony on Friday
  • The University Senior Awards Ceremony will be at 3:30 p.m. in Carrick Theater. If you or your department or program have an award to be presented to a member of the senior class and would like to be included in the program, please contact Diane Fout by Friday.
Upcoming Dates
  • Transylvania Day at Holiday World on June 14
  • Transylvania Day at Holiday World will be June 14! Tickets are specially priced at $34.99 when you use the promotional code, TUPioneers2015. Tickets includes free parking and soft drinks! For more information, contact Tracy Dunn.
From the President
  • Dean LoMonaco accepts new position at Salve Regina
  • It is with regret that I announce Barbara LoMonaco, our vice president for student affairs and dean of students, is leaving for the position of vice president for student affairs at Salve Regina University in Rhode Island.

    Barbara has positively impacted Transylvania students' lives since joining the faculty here as an assistant professor of anthropology in 1996. Not only has she guided hundreds of students through their college years, but she has also helped make decisions influencing the entire campus as a member of the President's Cabinet since assuming her current role in July 2012. She has spearheaded many new initiatives including an expansion of counseling services, the Pioneer Leadership program, the First Generation Student program and a plan for living/learning communities, and she has responded to various student concerns relating to diversity and inclusion.

    Additionally I should note Barbara's goat Jonas - who is well known to the campus community - will also be missed.

    In all seriousness, we greatly appreciate her nearly two decades of service and wish her well in this new endeavor.

    Barbara's last day will be June 30. An interim will be appointed and a search will begin shortly.

    Please join me in wishing Dean LoMonaco our best as she launches this exciting new phase of her career.

In the News
Senior Activities and Commencement
  • 'Kiss a senior goodbye'
  • Would you like to "kiss a senior goodbye?" Buy a Transylvania University alumni glass filled with chocolate Kisses and a personal message from you for your favorite senior or all the seniors in your office, sorority or fraternity. The glasses are $8 and may be ordered by contacting Tracy Dunn by 4 p.m. Wednesday. Glasses can be delivered or picked up. For more information, contact Tracy Dunn.
  • Change of address form for seniors
  • Seniors, do you know where your mail goes after graduation? No? And neither will the staff of the Old Morrison mail room unless you fill out this change of address form. Your response must be submitted by May 22 to ensure accurate forwarding of all your First-Class mail, packages and periodicals. Thank you, and congratulations to the Class of 2015! For more information, contact Eric Ramsey.
For Faculty and Staff
  • Faculty and staff RSVP for Senior Parent Reception
  • If you haven't yet RSVPed and are planning to attend the Senior Parent Reception at 5:30 p.m. Friday in Haupt Plaza, please email Diane Fout.
  • End of fiscal year deadlines
  • Our fiscal year ends on June 30. Please observe the deadlines in the FY15 Fiscal Year End Closing Schedule to ensure your financial transactions are recorded in the correct fiscal year. Remember that you cannot "choose" which budget year to charge expenses or post charges. Receipt of goods and delivery of services dates determine the fiscal year in which the expense or revenue must be recorded. For more information, contact Brooke Mohallatee.
  • Walk for a Cause team possibility
  • Our friends at Common Good (an after school program) want to know if there is interest among faculty and staff to put together a Walk for a Cause team. The Walk will take place on June 13 and proceeds will benefit educational summer programs. There are 10 slots open for a Transy team. If interested, please email Natasha Begin by May 20.
  • Humana Access, Benny flexible spending card questions
  • If you have questions about your Humana Access card or your Benny flexible spending card, you can find frequently asked questions on the HR benefit summary page. If you have questions regarding any of the benefit programs, please feel free to contact Debbie Clark in Human Resources at 3635.
  • Financial education webinars
  • April is National Financial Literacy month and now is a great time to take advantage of live webinars in TIAA-CREF's virtual environment. Each month, we will feature a series of financial education webinars. It's our way to help you consider your financial education and take action to help reach your goals. Click here to learn more about each live webinar topic available. For more information, contact Debbie Clark.
Career Development
  • Career Development congratulates Class of 2015
  • Career Development congratulates the Class of 2015! We wish you great success in your first career job or as you continue your studies in graduate or professional programs. We hope you took advantage of multiple opportunities for resume and application assistance, practice interviews, networking and internships, to name a few. You deserve to see your dreams come true and as alumni. Career Development will continue to help you achieve those dreams. Best wishes, graduates.
  • Find an internship through Career Development
  • Securing professional experience through an internship is one of the best ways students are more employable or competitive for graduate school. Working with Career Development can help you decide what internship you should have and can assist you in preparing a professional resume. Find out what internships are available in art, communications, development, event planning, finance, government, graphic design, marketing, media, ministry, public relations, and tourism, just to name a few.
  • Winter shutdown utility reductions
  • Thank you to all of campus for your support of winter shutdown. The university continues to achieve utility use reductions year after year thanks to your cooperation and the hard work of Physical Plant. This year, both use and cost savings were achieved in all three utility categories. Natural gas consumption was down 4.7 percent over 2013, a 3.8 percent reduction in cost. Purchased electricity was down 12.8 percent over the previous year, a 5.93 percent reduction in cost. Water use was down 3 percent, a 29 percent reduction in cost. Way to go! For more information, contact Angela Poe.
  • Missy Johnston stars in 'Harold and Maude'
  • Missy Johnston, the Transy Theater Program's adjunct and costume designer, is starring in Balagula Theatre's production of "Harold and Maude." This week's performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Farish Theater in the downtown Lexington Public Library. Tickets are $20 for general admission and $15 for students. For reservations, go here. Photo: BelCanto Photography.
  • Delcamp Award winners
  • The English Program congratulates the following students for winning this year's Delcamp Awards: Allie Stevenson, the Delcamp Essay Award; Isabel Pena, the Delcamp Creative Writing Award; and Laura Daley, the Delcamp Special Merit Award. We are proud of the work you've done! For more information, contact Kremena Todorova.
  • Whiddon to present research at International Writing Center Association Conference
  • Writing Center director Scott Whiddon was invited to present two research projects at the upcoming International Writing Center Association Conference this fall. One project deals with cross-campus assessment, drawing on his work with profs. Packard, Tompkins and Abraham. The other explores the role of fine arts pedagogy in writing center theory and practice (in collaboration with Stacia Watkins of Lipscomb University). For more information, please contact Becky Mills in the Writing Center.
  • Conyers wins Partner in Student Affairs Award
  • The Student Affairs staff would like to congratulate Rhyan Conyers, director of institutional research and assessment, for winning the third annual Partner in Student Affairs Award. This award recognizes a faculty or staff member who has served as an advocate, liaison and partner to the division of Student Affairs. Thank you Rhyan for your constant service and support.
  • Recognition breakfast for years of service
  • The Staff Engagement Team along with the Staff Recognition Committee held a recognition breakfast last month to honor staff and faculty for their years of dedication to the university. See the photos for five, 10, 15, 20, and 25 years of service.
  • Slepyan presents paper at international conference
  • History professor Ken Slepyan presented an invited paper, "Narratives of Reunion: Soviet Partisans Remember Their Return to the Soviet 'Mainland,'" at the international conference, "Homecomings: Experiences and Narratives of World War II Resistance Veterans and the Construction of Postwar Europe" at Birkbeck College, United Kingdom, April 24-25. The paper examined how veterans' memories in the 2000s have reinforced and undermined the "official" narrative of the war in today's Russia. For more information, contact Ken Slepyan.
  • Fout receives Essential Piece Award
  • Congratulations, Diane Fout. Our Campus Center director won the monthly Essential Piece Award. We appreciate her tireless work and dedication to students. She makes sure they have the best campus experience possible!
  • Corsun publishes journal article
  • An article by English professor Liz Corsun is included in the latest issue of Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film. Corsun's article, "Boxed-In: Women and Mid-Nineteenth Century Farce," appears in Volume 41, Number 1, Summer 2014. For more information, contact Shamara Huguely.
  • Corsun contributes seminar paper
  • English professor Liz Corsun contributed a paper to the seminar "Food, Taste, and the Body" at the Midwest Studies Association annual conference at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, May 1-3. The topic of this year's conference was Victorian Sense and the Senses, and Corsun's paper was titled "Open Hearths and Secret Kitchens: The Politics of Food Preparation in Dickens's Novels." For more information, contact Shamara Huguely.
  • Juried Student Art Exhibition awards
  • Morlan Gallery congratulates the following students for earning awards in the Juried Student Art Exhibition: Hannah Leatherman, the Nana Lampton Prize and the Dean's Grand Purchase; Elizabeth Garduno and Ben Cooke-Akaiwa, Dean's Purchase Honorable Mentions; Trent Redmon, Division of Fine Arts Purchase Prize and Best in Drawing; Jesse Johnson, Best in Over-All Media and Best in Sculpture; Elizabeth Garduno, Best in Digital Media; Henry Kramer, Best in Painting; and Carson Baughman, Best in Ceramics. For more information, contact Andrea Fisher.
May Term
August Term
  • August Term '16 book suggestions
  • What great books have you read this year? What books are on your summer reading list? The August term team is looking for suggestions for August term 2016. (Yes, 2016.) We have a great pair of texts for August term 2015 and would like to repeat that excellence in 2016! Please submit suggestions, browse others' suggestions and look at past years' texts here. For more information, contact Melissa Fortner.
Clubs and Organizations
  • Omicron Delta Kappa chapter officers
  • The Transylvania chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa is enthusiastic to announce that Anna Balassa, Drew Cunningham and Meaghan Allen as president, vice-president, and secretary, respectively. They will take their positions in the 2015 fall semester. For more information, contact Thomas Amburn.
For Your Information
  • Haupt Plaza renovation to begin Tuesday
  • Haupt Plaza renovation is set to begin on Tuesday. A few areas will be affected. The H zone parking lot behind Little Theater will become a staging area as well as the entrance for equipment to the plaza. The plaza itself will be closed during this construction. The new plaza will be set to open in September for everyone's enjoyment. For more information, contact Charles Weber.
  • Administrative changes on campus
  • Congratulations to Tracy Dunn and Deana Ison who will begin new roles for the University. Beginning today, Tracy has been named director of mentoring programs, and Deana is moving back to admissions to become director of admissions.
  • Back Circle closures
  • Back Circle will be closed to vehicles during workday hours Wednesday through Friday because of the removal of furniture from Clay and Davis halls. Students should have access to the Back Circle area during the evenings. If you have any questions, please contact Tristan Fretwell, associate director of residence life.
  • Morrison Circle closed
  • Please be advised Morrison Circle will be blocked off the remainder of the week to complete commencement set-up. It will not be available for parking. If you have any questions, please contact Charlie Redmon at 8287.
  • Residence hall construction update
  • Our first new residence hall is rapidly moving toward completion. This week you will see some minor exterior activity, but the bulk of the work will be finishing out the interior of the building. From the exterior, you will see construction of the porch frame and painting of trim. Inside, the elevator installation will begin; vanities and HVAC units will be set in each bedroom; door frames will be installed; and painting will continue. Flaggers will be present for pedestrian safety during deliveries throughout the week.
  • Staff Engagement Team announces new members
  • We are pleased to announce that Diane Fout, Helen Bischoff, Heather Summers, Tora Carter and Katie Banks are joining the Staff Engagement Team for a two-year term beginning July 1. As we had five open spots and five nominees, there was no need to hold an election this year. Thanks to all who helped seek out nominees. To read the nomination bio of each new member, please go here. For more information, contact Michael J. Cronk.
  • Campus bike removal
  • Any student who will not be here for the summer and who has a bicycle in any of the racks needs to take it home or it will be removed. If you have any questions, please contact Chief Muravchick.
  • Dell discounts available
  • Dell discounts are available for the Transy community starting May 21. The new Inspiron 14 3000 Series is a 14" HD laptop with an Intel Celeron processor, Windows 8.1, 2GB memory and 500GB hard drive. They are $195.99. The search order code is FNDNF003S. The offer ends at 8 a.m. May 27. Limited quantities are available. Buy select Dell laptops and desktops over $699 and get a free 32" LG TV. Shop with your Transy discount here.
  • Recycle and donate unwanted items during move-out
  • As you get ready to move out, the sustainability office wants to make it easier for you to recycle and donate unwanted items! This week you will receive bags, which you should fill with recyclable and donatable items as you pack up your rooms. Simply leave the bags in the hall on move out day (May 19) and someone will be by to collect them. If you have any questions, or would like to donate larger furniture items, please email Julia Murray.
  • Summer Library renovations
  • The Library is prepping for summer renovations to the main floor. The LibRef printer is now downstairs in the ACE if you need to pick up printing. For more information, contact Susan Brown.
  • Shirts to support those affected by power-based personal violence
  • From May 11 to 18, brightly colored shirts will be displayed in the Forrer cafeteria. These shirts are decorated by students, and each one represents someone's experience or show of support for those affected by power-based personal violence. The shirts are color coded to tell a story: white, those who lost their lives; yellow, relationship violence; pink, sexual violence; blue, childhood abuse; purple, hate crimes; and red, male survivors or male expressions of support. For more information, contact Ashley Gutshall.
  • Offices to close at 4:30 p.m. on select Fridays during summer
  • As in recent years, university offices will close at 4:30 on select Friday afternoons during the summer. They are: May 29; June 5, 12, 19 and 26; and July 10, 17, 24 and 31. You can find information about early office and holiday closures on the university events calendar. For more information, contact Jeff Mudrak.
  • Thanks, transportation survey participants
  • Thank you to the students who participated in the transportation survey last week. Over 250 people responded. The information gathered has been shared with the Transportation Committee, who will review the data before making recommendations about which alternative transportation options should be made available to students in future years. Jessica Bier was randomly selected as the winner of the lunch for two at the Lexington restaurant of her choice. For more information, contact Angela Poe.
  • Sports, swim lesson employment for students
  • Students interested in summer employment on campus can still apply for positions with our Summer Swim Lesson program (May 27-July 1) and All Sports Camp (July 6-31). Swimming experience is not necessary for swim lessons as much as a willingness and ability to work with kids ages 2-13. For counselor positions within ASC, a sport background is not required. Successful candidates would offer a dynamic and engaging personality with a team-first attitude. Contact Kyle Dunaway for an application.
  • Transylvania's new five-year contract with Sodexo
  • Transylvania has agreed to a new five-year contract with Sodexo to continue its administration of campus dining services. The contract contains five one-year optional renewal periods. As part of the agreement, Sodexo has made a significant financial commitment to partner with Transylvania in the renovation or replacement of Forrer Dining Hall, possibly as soon as the summer of 2016. Go here for a list of many more benefits for the Transylvania community.
  • The Lady's Magazine from 1792 digitized
  • The Lady's Magazine is the earliest magazine for women published in North America. Our copy is available through WorldCat, so that researchers from all over the world can access it. This project was initiated at the behest of professor Bethany Packard who used it with her class, Women's Literature: English/Women's Studies 2144. See the magazine here, and from there you might play with the "page flip view." For more information, contact Susan Brown.
  • Crosswalk reminder to students, faculty and staff
  • Please remember as you are using the crosswalk to make sure both lanes of traffic come to a complete stop before stepping out into the roadway. As you cross, please refrain from using headphones, telephones or any other devices while crossing Broadway. Your safety is our utmost concern. Traffic has been extremely heavy, and we want to make sure that everyone crosses safely. For more information, contact Gregg Muravchick.
  • Kentucky Science student survey
  • The Kentucky Academy of Science is inviting all Kentucky undergraduate and graduate science students to participate in a survey by sharing their views about science, education and careers. Students who participate before May 30 will be entered in a drawing to win one of 10 KAS T-shirts. Go here to take the survey. For more information, contact Charlotte Taraba.
  • Outcomes Survey for grads
  • Graduating in May? Please fill out The Outcomes Survey in your email! Transylvania, along with all other colleges, is required to report on aggregate outcomes for our graduates. This is important for admissions work as well as accreditation. Please take a moment to complete the survey that you received by email on April 23. Even if you do not know your plans, take a moment to update the demographic information. You will be able to update this as your plans evolve. Thank you! For more information, contact Michael Cronk.
  • Alumni office: Thank you for Alumni Weekend team effort
  • The alumni office would like to thank the entire campus community for the team effort it took to put on a hugely successful Alumni Weekend! It was a great weekend for all. Alumni especially enjoyed visiting with the students at lunch in the Forrer Hall dining center on Saturday. Thanks to all who had a part in the weekend's festivities! For more information, contact Natasa Mongiardo.
  • Admissions seeks student ambassadors to recruit fine arts students
  • The admissions office is looking for student ambassadors to help with the recruiting efforts of fine arts students. If you are involved in the fine arts at Transy and are interested in helping find future fine arts students, please be on the lookout for the application/interview process that will be in the fall. For more information, contact Meredith Norman.
  • Transy Community Garden plots
  • If you are interested in tending a private plot to grow your own produce in the Transy Community Garden this summer, please let Eva Csuhai know soon. We have plots ranging from 4X20 feet up to 7X40 feet.
  • Residence Life seeks summer camps and conferences assistants
  • The Office of Residence Life is hiring two summer workers to serve as summer camps and conferences assistants. The jobs will run through August term, and each person will work between 25 to 35 hours every week. Those interested must be able to lift 50 to 90 pounds and able to move furniture for several hours at a time. If interested or for details, please contact Tristan Fretwell, associate director of residence life. Please include a resume with applicable work experience.
  • Making use of technology in the classroom
  • We are introducing a new series focusing on making use of technology in the classroom. The first one will be on videos. Let's practice inserting different types of videos into our presentations. Also, we'll investigate how to quickly and easily create our own videos in order to start flipping small portions of our classes. For more information, contact Paul Dimayuga.
  • Wright named Diversity and Inclusion director
  • We are pleased to announce Serenity Wright '05 is the new director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. She had served in that role as interim director. Read more about the office here.
  • Beck Center May term hours
  • The Beck Center's May term hours will be: Monday-Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, noon to 4 p.m.; and Sunday, 4-8 p.m. Contact Kyle Dunaway at 8183 with any questions.
  • Writing Center implements online scheduling system
  • The Writing Center is excited to announce the implementation of a new online scheduling system via WCOnline, which offers easy access to the tutoring schedule without having to make an appointment in person. Although students and faculty members are always welcome to make appointments in person or by phone, we hope that this new system allows for greater campus access. For more details, please go here. For questions, please contact Becky Mills or Scott Whiddon.
  • 2016-17 international, national scholarships, fellowships available
  • Information and applications for a number of 2016-17 international and national scholarships and fellowships are available from designated faculty representatives and program websites. Go here for details.
  • Group Fitness Class schedule
  • May term is just around the corner and there's no better way to prepare for your summer than to get involved in our Group Fitness Classes! They are: Monday - 12:10-12:50 p.m. Yoga, Core and More (Wendy); Wednesday - 12:10-12:50 p.m. Chisel (Tracy); Thursday - 12:10-12:50 p.m. Step (Tracy), 3:30-4:30 p.m. Bootcamp (Ty); and Friday - 12:10-12:50 p.m. Chisel (Tracy). Contact Erin Triplett if you have any questions or concerns.
  • Holiday schedule
  • Here is the holiday schedule that administrative and staff offices will observe during the 2015-16 fiscal year
  • Project One diversity initiative
  • Read more about Transylvania's new diversity initiative, Project One.
  • Division of Fine Arts 2015-16 programming
  • The Division of Fine Arts has now calendared all the 2015-16 fine arts programming and reserved appropriate spaces essential to course work and program performances/productions in MFA and Little. The campus community is now encouraged to contact Devon Query at 8266 or dquery@transy.edu to reserve spaces for fall, winter and May term events. This includes Haggin, Carrick and Little. On April 15, this invitation will be extended to the Lexington community.
  • 2015-16 Theater Program
  • In 2015-16, Transy's Theater Program will investigate cultural, psychological and physiological factors that inspire humans to create and fear monsters. In addition to a course in prosthetic makeup (Theatrical Creatures - THEA 2294-01), the program has issued an international "Call for Monologues and Short Plays" that feature non-human monsters. Students, faculty and everyone in the Transy and Lexington communities are invited to submit original monologues and short plays by May 1. For more information, contact Michael Dixon.
  • Admissions office missing umbrellas
  • We are missing umbrellas! If anyone happened to borrow an umbrella from the admissions office this year, we would love to get it back! Thank you!
  • Charlie Redmon named new director of physical plant
  • Charlie Redmon will join the Transylvania family on April 6 as our new director of physical plant. He comes to us with over 30 years experience, most recently having served as the director of physical plant for the Lexington Theological Seminary for nearly 30 years. Charlie's arrival will allow Darrell Banks to begin his role as the university's construction manager on a full-time basis. Please welcome Charlie to Transy. For more information, contact Marc Mathews.
  • Transy gear online
  • Shop for Transy gear online beginning Thursday! Transy fans, faculty, staff and students will have the opportunity to begin using our new agreement with LIDS Sideline Store to buy gear for yourself, family or friends. For the grand opening Thursday, there will be $15 off any $75 purchase. Go here.
  • Transy Bikes! open shop hours
  • For the remainder of the semester, the Transy Bikes! shop will have open shop hours every Monday from 3:30 to 6 p.m. and every Thursday from 12:30 to 3 p.m. For more information, contact Michael Burns.
  • Pioneers Reaching Out seeks workers
  • PROs (Pioneers Reaching Out), the admissions student outreach team, is seeking new hires to work for the remainder of the academic year, including May term. Applicants need to be available to work two to three shifts per week (three hours a shift) and be a first-year student, sophomore or junior. Please contact Sarah Guinn for more details and to apply.
  • Lot open behind Thomson tennis courts
  • The parking lot directly behind the Thomson Hall tennis courts is now open.
  • Thomson Hall parking restriction
  • Please, do not park vehicles alongside the tennis court fence at the rear of Thomson Hall. Construction crews will be driving large trucks behind Clay/Davis Hall and will need as much space as possible to pull behind the buildings. Students will be notified when this parking area is re-opened. Sorry for the inconvenience. For more information, contact Gregg Muravchick at 8118.
  • Udall Foundation scholarships
  • The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college sophomores and juniors for leadership, public service, and commitment to issues related to American Indian nations or the environment. If interested, go to the Udall Foundation website for further information about the scholarship and how to apply if interested.
Community Service
  • Volunteers needed to help Habitat for Humanity
  • Volunteers are needed to help Habitat for Humanity clear out furniture that we no longer need in the residence halls. Habitat is seeking volunteers for May 20-22, 26 and 27. Spots are open to staff, faculty and students. Please email Natasha Begin if you are interested in helping!
Health and Fitness
  • Summer Health Clinic schedule
  • The Health Clinic will be open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on the following dates: June 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19 and 24; July 8, 10, 15, 22 and 24; and August 5, 7, 12 and 14. Request appointments by emailing TMoore@transy.edu or walk in.
Student Government Association
  • TUSGA Executive Council election results
  • TUSGA would like to announce the election results for the 2015-16 Executive Council. After an extremely close runoff election, the president-elect is Quentin Becker, receiving 50.2% of the votes in the runoff election. Opponent Zach Maughmer received 49.8% of the votes. The vice president is Malory Thelen; the chief of staff is Chloe Hunt; and the chief of finance is Cole Green. For more information, contact Lauren Gallenstein.
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