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- • José Rafael Moneo Arquitecto selected to design neuroscience / psychology buildings
- • Emergency planning is key as more students travel abroad
- • Class of 2010 arrives
- • Milberg gives leading Irish theater collection honoring Muldoon
- • Online book club features ‘tiger tomes’
- • Exhibition showcases Goheen’s 70 years of service to Princeton
- Campus building
- • Summer construction brings two major projects near completion
- • Chemistry building, pedestrian bridge on the horizon
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Editor: Ruth Stevens
Calendar editor: Carolyn Geller
Staff writers: Jennifer Greenstein Altmann, Eric Quiñones
Contributing writer: Cass Cliatt
Photographers: Denise Applewhite, John Jameson
Design: Maggie Westergaard
Web edition: Mahlon Lovett
Melva Hardy (photo by Denise Applewhite)
Name: Melva Hardy.
Position: Operations administrator in University Health Services. Coordinating initiatives to review and improve procedures. Creating committees to develop new policies and disseminate them. Helping to select and implement the adoption of new computer software.
Quote: “I like implementing changes in a way so that people feel they’re part of the decision-making process, instead of the changes being handed down to them. If you bring everybody to the table, they’re more sensitive to how changes will affect others, and it’s easier for people to comply.”
Other interests: Singing with her church. Watching suspense movies. Traveling abroad, especially to Jamaica.