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Employee News and Notes

People, Events, Opportunities

Summer "After Hours" Events

The After Hours program has enhanced and expanded its offerings to include 31 events this summer, many of which highlight partnerships with College resources or local businesses. The goal of the program is to connect employees for social and professional networking, and to resources available to them throughout the College and community.

 

Sailing photo
Try your hand at sailing at the Dartmouth Sailing Facility on Mascoma Lake (Enfield, N.H.) and enjoy a barbecue. The After Hours employee event is Tuesday, June 24, at 4:30 p.m. (Photo by Gil Talbot)
More family-friendly options have been added, including the children-only event, Mixed Media Extravaganza, offered in partnership with the League of N.H. Craftsmen.

 

College and Dartmouth-Hitchcock employees can give sailing a try at the Dartmouth Sailing Facility in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, June 24. Beginning at 4:30 p.m. participants will sail in Rhodes 19s and then enjoy a barbecue. Cost is $10 per person; register at the After Hours website.

Another exciting event this season is an artist reception and discussion with the "Eti! East Africa Speaks!" group, on campus through the Summer Arts Festival (see related story on page 1). Register online for the reception, which begins at 4:30 p.m. on July 9 and includes refreshments. The event is free and co-sponsored by the First Friday Networking Committee.

For more information and a full schedule, visit here or contact After Hours via email.

Help from the Ombuds Office

Wondering if the Dartmouth Ombuds Office can assist you in understanding a workplace issue or resolving a problem? Ombudsperson Mary Childers can help you:

  • Prepare for a difficult conversation;
  • Assess next steps if you are considering an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action or Human Resources grievance;
  • Make or seek an apology;
  • Understand a policy or procedure.

All interaction with the Ombuds Office is confidential.

You can make an appointment that fits your needs. If necessary, appointments can be scheduled off-campus and after hours to protect privacy.

To learn more about the office and how to set up an appointment, visit here, or call Mary Childers (646-9872) or Meghan Liegel (646-9622).

 

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Last Updated: 12/17/08