Post Tagged with: "Karen Frank"

System Stymies Progress

Back in 2007, nearly one in seven water fountains on Georgetown’s campus was broken. One student saw this as a problem that could easily be solved by a meeting with the Department of Facilities. A “Reimagine Georgetown” grant, an article in The Hoya and a GUSA resolution later, Karen Frank,[Read More…]

by September 14, 2012 0 comments Opinion

Housing VP to Leave Position in August

University Vice President for Facilities and Student Housing Karen Frank will leave her position at the end of August, University President John J. DeGioia announced in an email sent to the campus community Thursday afternoon. Frank will now serve as a senior advisor to University Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer[Read More…]

by July 25, 2012 0 comments Campus News, News

East Campus to Get Temporary AC

After student protest when the university announced that residents of LXR Hall and Nevils would not have air conditioning until May, administrators said they would install a temporary generator-powered chiller next week. Heat has been turned off in both buildings and fans have become available to all rooms that request them. Pedestrian access through[Read More…]

by March 16, 2012 0 comments News

Nevils Renovations Will Target Remaining Asbestos

Major renovations to the Nevils apartment complex this summer will include the removal of asbestos from the building, according to Vice President for Facilities and Student Housing Karen Frank. “It’s going to be quite an extensive renovation,” Frank said. Asbestos that remains in the building will be removed during the[Read More…]

by April 15, 2011 0 comments Campus News, News

GUTS Seeks to Reduce Carbon Footprint With New Biodiesel Blend

Georgetown students may have seen the Georgetown University Transportation Shuttle buses’ new paint job, but what students may not know is that the buses are now reducing the university’s carbon footprint by using an environmentally friendly biodiesel blend fuel. “Georgetown continues to look for ways to become more sustainable, and[Read More…]

by January 16, 2010 0 comments Campus News, News