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Faculty searches suspended

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By Emily Losito Associate Editor Eleven faculty position openings listed on the Notice Board in December disappeared in January. Six positions in the School of Arts & Sciences, two in the School of Education and three in the School of Business were taken down at the beginning of the 2017 spring semester. Several faculty searches…

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University offers staff new retirement plan

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By Rachel Konieczny Photo Editor A new retirement plan will allow St. Bonaventure faculty to enter into retirement more gradually. Announced last Friday, the new phased approach to retirement permits faculty members to gradually reduce their teaching workload over a period of up to three years, according to Erik Seastedt, director of human resources. “Faculty…

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Carney announces departure

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Sr. Margaret Carney, O.S.F., the 20th university president, announced her retirement Tuesday, sending waves of conversation across campus. Students received the news via email, in which Carney explained her gratitude to the university and that a committee has plans to begin looking for a new president. “Now, having served nearly 12 years as your president,…

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Sr. Margaret steps down as president

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By Lian Bunny Photo Editor After serving nearly 12 years as university president, Sr. Margaret Carney, O.S.F., announced Tuesday the spring 2016 semester will be her last. Sister Margaret’s time as president ranks as the fourth longest, behind Fr. Tom Plassmann, O.F.M, 29 years; Fr. Joseph Butler, O.F.M., 24 years; and Fr. Mathius Doyle, 15…

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St. Bonaventure to offer phased retirement plan

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By Lian Bunny Assistant News Editor  At the beginning of the 2014-15 academic year, St. Bonaventure University will offer a new phased retirement program for long-serving faculty. Application for the voluntary phased retirement program became available to faculty with 20 or more years of cumulative full-time service as of Dec. 31, 2013. Faculty members who…

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