April 21, 2018

UMW’s Stephen Farnsworth on his book: “Presidential Communication and Character: White House News Management from Clinton and Cable to Twitter and Trump. (B101.5 Town Talk)

Campaign Cash is Piling Up for Republican Senate Candidates (WVTF)

Michael Cohen’s Hearing (CTV News Channel)

In Many Districts, Democratic Challengers Have Raised As Much As GOP Incumbents (NPR.org)

Comey Responds to Critics (CTV News Channel)

Business law-writers navigate conflicting investments, interests (Daily Press)

Lynne Richardson Publishes Weekly Column in FLS

Lynne Richardson’s most recent column in The Free Lance-Star addresses body language in the workplace.

“What does your body language tell your co-workers?” Richardson asks. Turns out, volumes.

You can read the column here:

http://www.fredericksburg.com/business/columns/lynne-richardson-body-language-can-reveal-volumes-in-workplace/article_c433e8c5-d132-5c54-a9c2-177231e0364d.html?utm_source=WhatCountsEmail&utm_medium=Fredericksburg%20Business%20InsiderActive%20Subscribers&utm_campaign=Fredericksburg%20Business%20Insider

Annual Administrative Professional’s Day Activities Planned

Again this year, we hope that our administrative support professionals are able to take advantage of this professional development and networking opportunity — the one-day Administrative Professionals Seminar, sponsored by Germanna Community College, Center for Workforce & Community Education on Wednesday, April 25, 2018. Many of our administrative support professionals have attended for the last six years and continue to rave about the experience!

Please see the link for registration information on the conference and how to register through Germanna. Any questions about the training please contact Germanna at 540-891-3012. Apply the promo code ‘APS10’ to receive a $10 discount off the registration.

And don’t forget our annual appreciation lunch. We would also like to recognize the exceptional work and dedication that our administrative support professionals (administrative assistants, office managers, general administrative coordinators 1 or 2, administrative office specialist 3) give daily. The University will provide a complimentary lunch for our administrative support professionals on Thursday, April 26, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Magnolia Dining Room of the University Center (on the pizza and pasta side of the dining room). We look forward to celebrating these valued members of the UMW team.

If you have any questions and to rsvp for lunch please contact jcooper4@umw.edu

Battle over college course material is a textbook example of technological change (The Washington Post)

Former FBI Director Blasts Trump (CTV News Channel)