Spring 2018 Newsletter
Whether you’re new to YUSAPUY or a veteran member, we hope that you will find this newsletter engaging and useful. It is filled with educational information, hints and tips; YUSA news and events, issues, and critical information. We want this newsletter to be valuable for you, so please share your feedback and suggestions to help us improve by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Word on the street is that YUSAPUY is updating its logo. Keep your eyes peeled for its new, more inclusive look in the next few weeks!
- YUSAPUY drop-in sessions with a Bargaining Committee Member present (Keele): March 28, April 11, April 25, May 9 & May 23
- YUSAPUY drop-in sessions with a Bargaining Committee Member present (Glendon): April 10
- Bargaining Committee specific drop-in sessions (Keele): April 16, April 17, May 15 & May 17
- Bargaining Committee specific drop-in sessions (Glendon): April 24 & May 14
- Retiree Luncheon: May 10
- Retiree-specific bargaining session: May 10, following luncheon
- Glendon BBQ: June 18
- Keele BBQ: June 19 & 20
Full details to follow. See Calendar for all Event listings.
The following people have joined YUSAPUY since the holiday break:
Nathan De Waard
Lana Der Bedrossian
Eun Bae Seon
Bursary Award Winners
Congratulations to our recent YUSAPUY Bursary Award winners! They are: Olamide Olatoye (daughter of Odunola Adeola Olatoye, Unit 1 member), Justin Hassani (son of Liliana Hassani, Unit 1 member), Matthew Giovannoni (son of Franca Giovannoni, Unit 1 member), and Megan Wong (daughter of Stephanie Wong, Unit 1 member).
Our next bursaries will be announced in Fall 2018. Application instructions and deadlines will be distributed closer to the dates.
Interesting Nuggets from Around the Web
- Tips on how to maintain friendships as we age;
- A fascinating look at why paper jams persist;
- Research is showing that for better brainstorming, you should tell an embarrassing story;
- When you write a to-do list before bed, you get to sleep faster;
- A compelling argument for how our fear and outrage is being sold for profit;
- A British town has found that a cure for illness is community;
- Apparently 50 escaped baboons shut down a Paris zoo;
- A real life tortoise and hare;
- 12 cool things you can do with Google Maps;
- Let’s all learn about saying no with grace; and
- When you’re over-scheduled and over-booked, it affects your ability to think creatively.
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