College of Communications plans downsizing event July 26

July 14, 2016

A daylong downsizing and sustainability event, planned for July 26 in the College of Communications for faculty and staff, represents the latest in a series that regularly provides the opportunity for people in the unit to trim electronic and paper clutter.

Organizers believe the fourth “Toss it, Shred it, Trash it!” will be productive — just as a similar events have been in the past year. The sessions have typically been scheduled during semester breaks or at times when students are not on campus, so faculty and staff participants have more time to focus on the downsizing efforts.

Faculty and staff in Carnegie and Willard buildings in the core of campus, in James Building in downtown State College, and in two separate buildings at Innovation Park will focus on culling files during the day. Staff members from the college have worked closely with the Office of the Physical Plant and followed University records management protocol to format the day. 

Communications faculty and staff are encouraged to dress casually and free pizza will be provided for all who participate. 

Last Updated July 14, 2016