National magazine features KU official
A national Hispanic magazine this month includes an article featuring Janet Murguia, Kansas University's executive vice chancellor for university relations.
Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education included Murguia in "Four Latinas Making a Difference: Remarkable Women with Great Expectations."
The other women in the story are Marisa Rivera-Albert, president, National Hispana Leadership Institute in Arlington, Va.; Patricia Telles-Irvin, Florida International University vice president for student affairs and human relations and vice provost for academic affairs; and Cari Dominguez, head of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Government jobs topic of KU workshop
Tips on landing jobs with the U.S. government will be the topic of a brown bag workshop March 25 at Kansas University.
The workshop, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in 210 Blake Hall, will be sponsored by KU's Graduate School.
Joseph Marcec, human resources specialist with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management's Kansas City Service Center, will be the presenter. Topics will include tuition reimbursement and how a 3.5 GPA can qualify a graduate for noncompetitive eligibility in some government jobs.