Employees considering retirement who are eligible for MOSERS “80 and Out” rule and who are at least 50 years old with a sum of age and years of service credit equaling 80 or more, or who have 15 years of full-time service at the University and are at least 57 years of age at the time of retirement, are reminded that the window to apply for Truman’s Modified Supplemental Retirement Plan ends Dec. 15. This plan is voluntary, and the current window is for applications for retirements before July 1, 2007. This will be the final application window for the current Modified Supplemental Retirement Plan. Employees eligible for the plan should read Section 10.110 of the Modified Supplemental Retirement Plan Board’s Code of Policies to understand the full policies of the plan. Additional information is also available on the Modified Supplemental Retirement Plan Web site at Interested employees with questions should contact Curt Devan, director of human resources, at, or Matt Moore, benefits coordinator, at

“Lewis and Clark Across Missouri: Mapping the Historic Landscape” is now on display in the gallery of Pickler Memorial Library. On loan from the Missouri State Archives, these maps portray the Missouri River exactly as the Corps of Discovery experienced it. The Geographic Resources Center at the University of Missouri created this unique map exhibit by combining 19th century land survey records with modern mapping technology. Other materials from Pickler Memorial Library and the Violette Museum are on display. The exhibit is available during the library’s scheduled hours until the end of December.

The south door of the Public Safety Building is now locked, except for handicapped access.
Those wishing to enter the Department of Public Safety Office are asked to enter through the north door.

French senior capstone presentations
will be given from 1-4 p.m. Dec. 13 in McClain Hall 305/302. Seven French majors will discuss their senior research projects. The event is open to the University community. Contact Gregg Siewert at 785.4510 for more information.

The Monitor, the University’s alternative student newspaper, will be distributed Dec. 13 to residence halls and high traffic areas on campus.

The Campus Mailroom will have limited staff Dec. 15-Jan. 8. The facility will be closed the days the University is closed for holiday break. To avoid problems faculty, staff and students should not have personal packages delivered to their University addresses during this time period.

The Truman Bookstore will be having Faculty/Staff Appreciation Days
from Dec. 16-21.
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