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June 27 - Staff Professional Development Day
July 4, 5 - Wilson Closed, July 4th Holiday
July 8 - Summer II Classes Begin
Aug. 1 - Faculty-Staff Team Day and Picnic
People are the backbone of every organization. In recognition of the importance of staff to the success of Wilson College, all staff members are invited to participate in a professional development day, which will be held Thursday, June 27. The schedule is currently being revised, but will be announced soon.
The Wilson College Benefits Committee invites all faculty and staff – including Sodexho, SAGE and U.S. Securities employees, as well as adjunct faculty members – to participate in the first annual Wilson College Faculty-Staff Team Day Picnic, to be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 1.
Alumnae Reunion Weekend 2013 was held May 31 through June 2 on the Wilson campus.
Wilson’s Office of Conferences and Special Events is planning what would be a first for the campus – a three-day festival of independent horror films with concurrent horror convention.
As Fiscal 2013 draws to a close, the Business Office would like to remind everyone about due dates for FY13 expenses.
Five new, full-time faculty members have been hired in the areas of education, communications, psychology, chemistry and the master of education program. They will begin teaching this fall, according to the dean's office.
Payroll Deductions Deadline Approaching
Any changes to Section 125 pre-tax payroll deductions, which include flexible spending accounts for things like medical expenses and child care, must be submitted to the human resources office by June 30.
The online form to change or add deductions can be accessed on the benefits page, under the "Helpful Resources" section on the right side of the page. Questions should be referred to Randee Young at Ext. 3252.
Wilson recently marked the death of actress and longtime Caledonia resident Jean Stapleton, who had a connection to the College, with a story on our website.
Wilson's "value proposition" has been the subject of several articles and more are planned, including an upcoming story in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and coverage in Chambersburg's Public Opinion.