Welcome to the ‘CLA Neighborhood’!
Yes, you could call this the new CLA Intranet, but why be so formal? Helpful neighbors make for a great neighborhood, and the Neighborhood is here to help you get things done.
This new neighborhood is a revitalization effort, however. In other words, this is version one of this site, with the second version already being planned. We would appreciate any and all feedback. You’ll find a feedback link
located at the bottom of every page. Most content from the previous site is already here, but there is still some content to be re-organized, migrated, or created. If you have a need to go to the old intranet site, it is still available for you to use.
The project team leading this effort is comprised of Christopher Stordalen, Colleen Ware, Sara Danzinger. We look forward the continued work in making this a great new resource for the CLA community.
CLA - Shattering Expectations
CLA's Office of Institutional Advancement recently crafted a video that captures the inspirations and aspirations of a liberal arts education. Powerful. Take a look.
The University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts is dedicated to advancing society. We find answers in the wisdom of the past, the data of the now, and in the elevation of the human condition. Together we are shattering expectations of what a liberal arts college can be.
U of M Community Fund Drive Runs Through October 31
The 2016 University of Minnesota Community Fund Drive kicked off on October 1. CLA has always played a key role in the overall success of this important campaign, and there are some exciting ways for everyone to participate.
"Fore" a Good Cause: Mini Golf on Friday, October 28
For your putting pleasure, CLA’s admin units in Johnston Hall will be creating a mini golf course to raise funds for the Community Fund Drive. We invite you to stop by between 10:00am and 2:00 pm on Friday, October 28 and play as many holes as you like. Bring your colleagues and stop by to play. We will hold a prize drawing for people who turn in their score cards. Start by picking up your score card in the foyer on the east end of Johnston Hall.
CLA Cookie Throwdown Results
Thank you to everyone who contributed to making the CLA Cookie Throwdown dessert competition a delicious success. Here are the results:
Cookie Masters (tie): Shyla Boley, Human Resources and Colleen Ware, Institutional Advancement
Chocolate Master: Renee Dillon, Undergraduate Education
Chocolate Master Runner-up: Sara Danzinger, LATIS
Dessert Master: Jessica Medearis, Undergraduate Education
Dessert Master Runner-up: Jen Endres, Undergraduate Education
If you plan to hold an event in your area or have any questions about how to donate, please contact Peter Rozga
, director of annual giving.
Please Give TodayTo donate, go to the Community Fund Drive website
and click on the “Donate Now” button. You can choose to give to community nonprofits or the University of Minnesota. Set up your donation as an ongoing or one-time payroll deduction. You can also donate with a check or cash by completing a paper form.
Prize drawings occur weekly on Mondays, so make your commitment early for the best chance at winning a fabulous prize.
It only takes a few minutes to help make our community healthier, safer, smarter, cleaner, and more vibrant.