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Purdue University - Contacting Trustees and Administration

Discussion in 'Activism' started by Siderite, Apr 18, 2007.

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  1. Siderite

    Siderite Member

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    Hi,
    I'm a Purdue student, and I've assembled information for contacting the trustees and administration:

    I'm basing my list of those to contact on http://www.purdue.edu/president/pages/org_chart/org_chart.gif
    Since the executive VP is the one who issues the memos regarding regulations, I'm starting there and going up.

    President Martin C. Jischke (no email contact listed) and Executive VP and Treasurer Morgan R. Olsen (evpt@purdue.edu) have offices in Hovde Hall, room numbers not listed online(second floor, if I recall correctly. I'll walk my letters over and report back for those wishing to send mail).

    Office of the President
    Hovde Hall, Room 200
    610 Purdue Mall
    West Lafayette, IN 47907

    Office of the Executive Vice President
    Hovde Hall, Room 230
    610 Purdue Mall
    West Lafayette, IN 47907


    Board of Trustees
    Hovde Hall, Room 247
    610 Purdue Mall
    West Lafayette, IN 47907-2040
    Email: trustees@purdue.edu

    Names of the individual trustees are on: http://www.purdue.edu/bot/trustees/index.shtml

    Relevant policies that you might want to cite:
    Virginia Tech: Section 2.2 http://www.policies.vt.edu/5616.pdf
    Purdue: Section 4.B of Memo A-16 http://www.purdue.edu/business/Executive_Memoranda/EVPT/a-16.htm

    And here's a copy of the letter I'm sending President Jischke, with a similar one going to the executive VP and each of the other trustees:

    So, anyone else at Purdue (or with children, friends, family at Purdue), please consider writing/emailing to voice your desire to change the policy.

    Thanks,
    Siderite
     
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  2. El Tejon

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    Siderite, why limit it to just those with Indiana LTCs? Purdue has a large contingent of out of state students and those from foreign countries. Both out of state and out of country licenses to carry are recognized under Indiana law.

    If you need help with anything over there, let me know.
     
  3. Siderite

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    El Tejon,
    Since Indiana recognizes all other CCP/CCW permits, I thought saying "...those with permits to carry weapons in the State of Indiana..." would include everyone whose permit was recognized by Indiana. Is there a better way to word it?
     
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    I see, but it may be confusing to some.:uhoh:

    Why not simply delete "in the State of Indiana"?
     
  5. Henry Bowman

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    Or say "recognized by the State of Indiana."
     
  6. El Tejon

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    Do you want to highlight the fact that Indiana has universal recognition?
     
  7. Siderite

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    I wasn't really intending to highlight the universal recognition, it just slipped my mind as something I took for granted. Will edit original post to reflect this as well.
     
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