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Dear colleagues,

I got 6 replies to the question, "do you use employee contact info for advancement purposes?".  Within this small sample it seems that some sharing is the norm, and full sharing of contact info and basic status info is common.  At least one "middle" was described as making email lists available for advancement purposes. Nobody reported a complete absence of sharing. 

Many thanks,


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 0       We have an iron curtain. No personnel contact info is available for Advancement purposes. 

 3      We share information. Advancement has access to employee name, address, and status (current/former, faculty/staff/adjunct) data.

 3      We're somewhere in the middle.

Ethan Benatan, Ph.D.
Vice President for IT & 
Chief Information Officer

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