We have talked about being able to stay open later during these key
times for students to study and I think this would be pretty easy to
do. My thought for now would be to close down access to the building to
only those with a UVM ID/. key swipe (much like the 24 hour space at the
library) and perhaps we would limit the access within the building to
the first floor only which would provide lounge space in the atrium and
in the gameroom fireplace lounge areas.
The issue is determining what would be needed in the way of security and
student staffing. Details to work out but not deal breaker.
Kesha Kaleire Ram wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I can attend and have one thing to discuss, but in the event that we
> don't meet (which looks likely), I'll share my concern via the
> listserv: the use of the Davis Center for late-night study, perhaps
> open later during mid-terms and finals. I have heard from people and
> witnessed the crowding for computers and quiet space in Dana Medical
> and Bailey-Howe during the finals crunch and thought Davis could
> alleviate some of that pressure. Thoughts?
> Take care,
> Quoting Samuel Maron <[log in to unmask]>:
>> Hey all,
>> I might be able to attend if we still have the meeting.
>> The only thing I was interested in talking about was the status of the
>> replacement food service for Farmers Diner?
>> enjoy the sun,
>> Quoting Patrick Brown <[log in to unmask]>:
>>> Friends -
>>> We have a Davis Advisory Committee meeting scheduled for this Friday
>>> at 2:30 - 4:30 pm. We had a light turn out at our last meeting. So
>>> that we manage our time in the best possible way, I have 2 questions:
>>> 1. Do you plan to attend?
>>> 2. Do you have agenda items?
>>> Thanks for your speedy reply.
>>> Patrick Brown
>>> Director of Student Life and the
>>> Dudley H. Davis Center
>>> [log in to unmask]
>>> (802) 656-2060
Director of Operations
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The University of Vermont
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Burlington, VT 05405-0016
phone 802.656.1204 - fax 802.656.5068