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ANR Report for September 2009ANR Report

Here are the top stories in this issue:

  • VP Dooley announces second major restructuring decision
  • Comments sought on revisions to MSP termination policies
  • ANR announces furlough plan
  • Employment opportunities
  • West Side REC calls for project proposals
  • New contact information for ANR HR staff
  • Standiford returns to campus
  • No RREA RFP this year
  • Farm Business & Market Place Web site launched
  • Enter ANR's Strategic Vision photo contest
  • Names in the news
  • Retirements: Charlene Harris
  • ANR computer security training available online
  • Hayden-Smith goes to Washington
  • In memoriam: Carol Omelich
  ANR Report for September 2009

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