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Journalism Conference on 3/6 & 3/7: “Honoring Ida: Celebrating the Legacies of Ida Tarbell and Ida B. Wells-Barnett”

Posted on March 1, 2015 | Filed under Events

“Honoring Ida: Celebrating the Legacies of Ida Tarbell and Ida B. Wells-Barnett,” the third annual journalism conference at Allegheny College, will bring together students and experts to honor investigative journalists Ida Tarbell and Ida B. Wells-Barnett. The conference on March 6-7 is free and open to all students and to the public and requires no preregistration. More information on the schedule can be found here. Women journalists will serve as speakers, mentors and coaches during the conference. In addition, on Friday, March 6, journalism students from Allegheny College, Ohio University and the University of Mississippi will team up to report in Meadville on local women who make a difference in the community. The invited journalists will work as mentors with students to produce multimedia pieces that will debut at the end of the conference.

Reminder about Office of Civil Rights Visit to Campus

Posted on March 1, 2015 | Filed under General News

The Office of Civil Rights will have staff on Allegheny’s campus March 9, 10 & 11, 2015, to meet with students, employees and student groups. Please see the schedule of sessions below and follow up directly with OCR at the numbers listed if you would like to attend one of the individual meetings. (Please note: This is the same schedule that our college community received in a broadcast email on February 17.) All sessions will be held in the Tippie Board Room in the Tippie Alumni Center. The schedule of the focus groups is as follows: Read more…

International Film Festival: “A Touch of Sin” on 3/5

Posted on March 1, 2015 | Filed under Events

The final film in the International Film Festival series sponsored by the Department of Modern and Classical Languages will be “A Touch of Sin” on Thursday, March 5 at 7 p.m. at The Movies, 11155 Highline Drive, Meadville. Director: Jia Zhang-ke. China (2013); 125 mins. No rating. In Mandarin with subtitles. Free admission with Allegheny College ID. General admission is $7. Free van shuttle service departs from North Main Street at Brooks Walk at 6:10 and 6:30 p.m. Read more…

Fourth Annual Work Local Job and Internship Fair: 3/4

Posted on March 1, 2015 | Filed under Events

Searching for a summer job? Graduating and hoping to land a job in the Meadville area? Seeking to connect with employers to volunteer, shadow, or simply learn what’s out there? Join us as the Meadville-Western Crawford County Chamber of Commerce, Allegheny College, Edinboro University, Laurel Technical Institute, and Precision Manufacturing Institute host the Fourth Annual Work Local Job and Internship Fair. Take the opportunity to meet with employers visiting campus on Wednesday, March 4 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Campus Center lobby. Click here to see who’s coming.

WestPACS Job and Internship Fair: 3/11 (Reserve a Seat on the Bus by 3/6)

Posted on March 1, 2015 | Filed under Events

The WestPACS Job and Internship Fair will be held on Wednesday, March 11 at the Monroeville Convention Center. Visit to register. Career Education will be providing transportation: stop by the office to reserve a spot on the bus. Please note that a $5 refundable deposit is due upon registration for transportation. The deadline to reserve a seat on the bus is Friday, March 6 at 5 p.m.

Therapy Dogs: 3/2

Posted on March 1, 2015 | Filed under General News

Visit with the therapy dogs on Monday, March 2 from 4 to 5 p.m. in the lobby of Reis Hall.

Thanks to All Who Submitted Community Service Hours

Posted on March 1, 2015 | Filed under General News

From the Office of Civic Engagement in the Gateway, thank you so much to all who submitted reports from Fall 2014 of all the community service hours you or your organization served. We totaled 28,000 hours for the entire fall semester! Special recognition goes out to Newman Catholic Campus Ministry with an outstanding 3,636 hours, Alpha Phi Omega with 1,349 hours, the Psych 540 class (Professor Juvia Heuchert) with 800 hours, the Allegheny Tennis Team with 766 hours, and the MLK Mentor Program with 775 hours last semester. Only with the help of many can we complete such great work in our community.

Spring Break Transportation: Make Reservations by 3/9

Posted on March 1, 2015 | Filed under General News

The Office of Student Involvement and ASG are sponsoring Spring Break transportation to the Pittsburgh Airport and Megabus station. To view the airport shuttle schedule and to register, click here. Reservations made by Monday, March 9 by midnight are $30 each way. If space is available after the initial deadline, the cost is $40 each way. Questions? Call 332-2754.

Bike MS and Team Allegheny Looking for Riders

Posted on March 1, 2015 | Filed under General News

Interested in road cycling? Want to support cutting-edge MS research? Join members of the Allegheny community June 13-14 for a fun and inspiring supported bike ride from Moraine State Park to Conneaut, Ohio with an overnight in Meadville. This is open to riders of all experience levels. By joining the team, you will be signing up for a great event and an important cause. Interested? Have questions? Please email Andrea McKinty ( for details on the ride, logistics or to make a gift to Team Allegheny to support MS research.

Consecutive Days in March Feature Alec Chien in Concert with Alexander String Quartet and in Solo Recital: 3/6 & 3/7

Posted on February 26, 2015 | Filed under Events

Concerts on consecutive days in March will give the community two opportunities to hear Alec Chien perform in his final concerts on campus before his retirement from teaching at the College. Professor Chien will appear as guest artist with the Alexander String Quartet at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 6 in Ford Chapel. The program includes the Schumann and Brahms Piano Quintets. In addition, the Allegheny Chamber Choir, conducted by James Niblock, will join the quartet for Beethoven’s “Elegischer Gesang” and Eric Whitacre’s “Five Hebrew Love Songs.” On Saturday, March 7, Professor Chien will perform an all-Chopin program at 3 p.m. in Shafer Auditorium, the conclusion of a seven-concert series that he began in 2011 focusing on the major works of Franz Schubert and Frederic Chopin. More information can be found here.

“The Historic Change in U.S.-Cuba Relations: Causes, Claims and Consequences”: 3/5

Posted on February 26, 2015 | Filed under Events

Professor Barbara Riess, a faculty member in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, will deliver the Latin American and Caribbean Studies keynote address, “The Historic Change in U.S.-Cuba Relations: Causes, Claims and Consequences,” on Thursday, March 5 at 12:20 p.m. in Quigley Auditorium. Based on her experience traveling to Cuba, her research and organizing with feminist colleagues in Cuba, and a review of the Cuba-centered press since Dec. 17, Professor Riess will give a brief presentation and take questions. Lunch will be provided.

Faculty: Please Recommend First-Year Students for the Honor Committee

Posted on February 26, 2015 | Filed under General News

Thank you to our faculty members who responded to the Honor Committee’s request for names of students who faculty feel would be good candidates to serve on the Honor Committee. The committee is especially interested in names of first-year students. If you have first-year students you would like to recommend, please email Kushtrim Miftari, chair of the Honor Committee, at

Shuttle Van Drivers Needed

Posted on February 26, 2015 | Filed under General News

The Office of Civic Engagement is looking to hire shuttle van drivers. They need responsible students to work short shifts Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Please contact Erin O’Day-Frye at

Male Volunteers Needed at Bethesda Children’s Home

Posted on February 26, 2015 | Filed under General News

Bethesda Children’s Home is seeking male volunteers to mentor teenage boys for one hour per week. The mentorship will likely be sports oriented. If you are interested, contact, or by Friday, March 6.

Mandatory Meeting for Rising Junior and Senior GHS Majors: 3/2

Posted on February 24, 2015 | Filed under Events

There will be a mandatory meeting for all rising Junior and Senior GHS majors on Monday, March 2 at 4:30 p.m. in Carr 238. If you are a GHS major (or intend to declare this semester) and will be a Junior or Senior during the 2015-2016 academic year, you need to attend this meeting. We will be discussing the processes and requirements for the GHS Junior and Senior Seminars (including specifics about GHS comps) for 2015-2016. Please plan to attend. If you cannot attend, please email

GAP To Sell Tickets for Pittsburgh Penguins Game

Posted on February 24, 2015 | Filed under General News

Save the date: beginning Monday, March 2, GAP will be selling tickets for the Pittsburgh Penguins game on Sunday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets will be sold in the Campus Center lobby from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tickets will be sold for $30 and will include a round-trip bus ride to and from the game. There is a two-ticket limit per student, and only a limited number of tickets are available, so don’t wait too long to purchase yours. For more information, contact

Candy Sushi Night with A5: 3/6

Posted on February 24, 2015 | Filed under General News

A5 hosts Candy Sushi Night on Friday, March 6, from 10 p.m. to midnight in the Campus Center lobby. Anyone interested in making candy sushi is welcome. If you have any questions, feel free to email

Bicentennial Time Capsule

Posted on February 24, 2015 | Filed under General News

Items are being collected for inclusion in a Bicentennial time capsule. The time capsule is being designed and donated to the College by Barry Stransky ’83, president of Conair Corporation. Student groups, academic departments, and administrative departments (College Relations, Development, Alumni Affairs, Finance, Admissions, etc.), may submit one item they feel represents their group, the College, or a sign of the times. Items will not be accepted from individuals. Items must be labeled clearly with the organization name or department, date of submission and contact information. Member names of the group also may be included. Please remember that space is limited (time capsule dimensions are 16” x 14” x 14”), so size of items must be small. Suggestions include pins, informational brochures, photos, notes about campus, etc. Submissions are due to the Office of Development, attn: Diane Patton, by April 3. Questions can be directed to

S.E.T. Presents “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead”: 3/7 & 3/8

Posted on February 23, 2015 | Filed under Events

Student Experimental Theatre will present two performances of Tom Stoppard’s “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,” directed by Peter Bergman and Alex Neal: Saturday, March 7 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, March 8 at 2:30 p.m. in the Arter Little Theatre.

“Music and Meal” with the Alexander String Quartet: 3/2 (RSVP by 2/26)

Posted on February 23, 2015 | Filed under General News

Students are invited to join the Alexander String Quartet for “Music and Meal” as part of the ASQ’s residency on campus next week. The quartet will play a brief concert, then have dinner with students on Monday, March 2 at 4:30 p.m. in Ford Chapel. All students are welcome to attend. Contact the Spiritual and Religious Life Office at or 332-2800 by Feb. 26 to reserve a spot.

Honor Committee Is Accepting Applications from First-Year Students: Apply by 3/26

Posted on February 23, 2015 | Filed under General News

The Honor Committee is currently seeking applications from first-years who are interested in being a part of the committee. The committee is seeking dedicated students who are honorable, responsible, and willing to commit their time and effort to upholding the Honor Code. If you are interested in applying you can go to the Honor Committee website on My Allegheny or pick up the form in Reis Hall. If you have any questions, feel free to email the chair, Kushtrim Miftari, at Applications are due on March 26.

Van (Gator License) Class: 3/3

Posted on February 23, 2015 | Filed under General News

A Gator License class, approximately two hours in length, will be held in Schultz East Alcove starting at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3. Anyone wanting to drive a College-owned or College-leased van is required to take this class. To take this class, you must have a valid driver’s license issued at least two (2) years prior to the class from any state in the U.S. and you must have your license in your possession at the class. Please note: This will be the only class before spring break. If interested, you must email to reserve a seat.

Student Workers Needed for Bicentennial Reunion Weekend

Posted on February 23, 2015 | Filed under General News

The Alumni Office is looking for enthusiastic, hardworking first-year, sophomore, and junior students to work from Tuesday, May 26 to Sunday, May 31 for Bicentennial Reunion Weekend 2015. Tasks vary from day to day but primarily consist of helping to set up and tear down Reunion Weekend events. In addition to an hourly wage, all meals and housing will be provided. This is an exciting role and gives students the chance to meet alumni and participate in a historic weekend for the College. Students can also gain valuable event-planning experience. Please fill out this form to apply. If you have any questions, please contact Olivia Lang (

Bystander Training: 2/24 & 3/26

Posted on February 22, 2015 | Filed under General News

An important initiative on our campus, “Bringing in the Bystander” began in 2012-13 as a two-year grant-supported program in partnership with Women’s Services of Meadville to educate and train our first-year students with the skills to intervene as pro social bystanders and to generate awareness of the importance of doing so. The next two 1.25-hour sessions will be offered on Tuesday, Feb. 24 at noon and Thursday, March 26 at 5 p.m. Information about future Bystander Trainings will be forthcoming later this spring. To sign up for one of the two scheduled sessions, click here. For additional information or questions contact Jacquie Kondrot at Read more…

Accepting Applications for the Allegheny Bonner Leader Program: Apply by 3/13

Posted on February 22, 2015 | Filed under Events

Current freshmen and sophomores interested in serving in the Meadville community are invited to apply to the Bonner Leader Program. Bonner Leaders are Allegheny College students committed to working with local agencies in order to meet needs in the Meadville community. Each Bonner student is placed with a local nonprofit organization. Bonner Leaders work to recruit volunteers, develop programs for their site, and provide much-needed support for the agency. It’s a great opportunity to have a service-oriented position that provides practical, real life experience. Bonner Leaders receive compensation through work-study funds for the 300 hours completed during the school year and have the possibility of enrolling in a 300-hour AmeriCorps term to receive a Post-Service Education Award. Applications are due by noon on Friday, March 13. Please contact Ellen Bach, Bonner Program coordinator in the Office of Civic Engagement in the Allegheny Gateway, at or 332-5318, to receive more information about filling out an application or if you have any questions.

Applications Are Being Accepted for NaviGator Program: Apply by 3/13

Posted on February 22, 2015 | Filed under Events

Are you interested in working with new first-year students as a peer mentor? The NaviGator program is now accepting applications for peer mentor positions for the 2015-2016 academic year. Being a NaviGator is a great opportunity to support new students with one-on-one and small-group mentoring, and you will also receive a work-study stipend each semester. Applications are due no later than Friday, March 13, and must include a faculty or staff reference. To learn more and apply, visit the NaviGator website or contact Ed Giles or valerie guerrero.

International Internship Opportunity with Right to Play in London: Deadline To Apply Is 3/4

Posted on February 22, 2015 | Filed under Events

For the second consecutive year, the Allegheny Gateway offers students the opportunity to complete an international internship in London, England with the nonprofit organization Right to Play. For more information about this opportunity, click here. The application deadline is March 4. Contact International Education at 332-4891 if you have questions.

Strategic Planning Committee: Fall 2014 Semester Update

Posted on February 19, 2015 | Filed under General News

The Strategic Planning Committee (SPC) is in its first year as a College Standing Committee. The SPC met five times during fall 2014 semester. The members of the committee in 2014-15 are: Russ Ormiston, Eric Pallant, Ken Pinnow, Barbara Shaw, Carli Belosh, Lynn McManness-Harlan, Larry Hailsham ’15, Linda DeMeritt, Ande Diaz, Rick Holmgren, Linda Wetsell, and Sue Stuebner. One of our committee responsibilities is to report to the campus community once a term and this serves as our update from fall 2014. Read more…

Wise Center Policy Reminder

Posted on February 19, 2015 | Filed under General News

Children under 14 years old must be accompanied by a parent or supervising adult and must remain with that supervisor at all times.

State Mandated Background Checks for New Hires

Posted on February 19, 2015 | Filed under General News

Last fall, a new state law was passed regarding mandated background checks for new and current employees and volunteers at institutions of higher education. Act 153 was introduced partially in response to the Sandusky case at Penn State University and in an attempt to bring colleges and universities up to the same level of review that exists for K-12 schools. Colleges and universities are included in Act 153 due to the potential presence of minors (those aged 17 and under) on a college campus (matriculated students, prospective students, high school students taking classes, outreach programs to local schools, summer camps, etc.). Read more…

Diversity Initiatives Committee Seeks Submissions

Posted on February 18, 2015 | Filed under General News

ASG’s Diversity Initiatives Committee (DIC) is looking for submissions for the SOJO Corner in The Campus newspaper. If you have something to say about issues such as diversity and inclusion, they want to hear your voice. To submit something email, Nia Burnett (, or Jaya Montague (

Presentation by Claudia Lennhoff Canceled

Posted on February 18, 2015 | Filed under General News

Claudia Lennhoff, scheduled to give presentations on March 4 and 5 as part of the Year of Voting Rights and Democratic Participation programming, has had to cancel her visit to campus due to illness.

Study Abroad Photos on Display

Posted on February 17, 2015 | Filed under General News

Fall semester 2014 study abroad photos are on display in Campus Center 303. Photos were selected from the Class of 2016 study abroad participants: Anna Doten, Machu Picchu, Peru; Hannah Russell, Seville, Spain; Hayleigh Ast, Joal-Fadiouth, Senegal; Jennifer Torrance, Lake District, England; Katherine Touscany, Mont St. Michel, France; Quinn Bergeon, Monteverde, Costa Rica; Rachael Gottlieb, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Rachel DuChateau, Beitostølen, Norway; Sunniya Nadeem, Istanbul, Turkey; Alexis Crump, Orpheus Island, Australia; Jacqueline Morrow, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Lauren White, the London Eye, England.

Senior Portraits for the 2015 “The Kaldron” Yearbook

Posted on February 17, 2015 | Filed under General News

Final portrait sessions will be held Monday through Friday, March 2-6, in Campus Center 303. Schedule your appointment at, entering school code 709 or by calling 1-800-OUR-YEAR (687-9327), during normal business hours. If you have questions, email

Changes to FedEx Dropoff Time

Posted on February 17, 2015 | Filed under General News

FedEx has changed the time that it picks up packages from its dropoff box from 5 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. If you use the FedEx dropoff box in the Campus Center, please be aware that you now have half an hour less to get your package to the dropoff box.

Seniors and First-year Students

Posted on February 16, 2015 | Filed under General News

Please complete the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). On February 18 you will receive an e-mail from President Mullen asking you to participate in this important study. That e-mail will contain a link to the on-line questionnaire, which should take about 15 minutes to complete. The NSSE helps colleges understand their students’ experiences. It asks the questions that matter: for example, do you interact with faculty outside of classes; how much time do you spend memorizing facts compared to discussing ideas; and in what kinds of activities are you involved? This is one of the most important surveys Allegheny asks students to complete. As a token of Allegheny’s appreciation of their time, students who complete this spring’s NSSE will be sent a gift certificate good for a $3 purchase at the Wrecking Ball Café. For more information about NSSE, visit this site. If you have questions, please contact Director of Institutional Research Marian Sherwood, 206 Bentley Hall, 332-2983,, or Dr. Ann Kleinschmidt, chair of Allegheny’s Institutional Review Board, 214 Steffee Hall, 332-2366,

Safe Zone Level 1 Training: 3/3

Posted on February 16, 2015 | Filed under General News

Safe Zone Level 1 training will be held on Tuesday, March 3 from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. This session focuses on understanding key terms and the impact of language as they relate to gender, sexuality, and individual identities. This first track helps participants clarify their own attitudes and beliefs about homophobia and transphobia while also identifying examples of heterosexism and privilege. Pre-registration is required. If you are interested, please sign up here. If you have any questions please contact Brandon Henshaw at

Seeking Hosts for Spring Overnight Programs

Posted on February 16, 2015 | Filed under General News

Love your Allegheny experience? Like free stuff? Register to host a prospective student before Feb. 21 and be entered to win a $75 gift card to the campus bookstore for each program for which you register. In addition, all hosts will receive a thank-you gift, a $5 snack pass, and free access to all admissions events (including a free catered dinner). Register here. Please contact with any questions.

Learn to Swim Program for Children Ages 3 and Older

Posted on February 16, 2015 | Filed under General News

The Allegheny College Swimming and Diving program’s annual Learn to Swim Program this year will span three separate weeks (March 30 – April 3, April 6 – 10 and April 13 – 17) with the option to participate in one-week or multi-week sessions. The program will have three levels of instruction designed to cater to all ranges of swimming experience for children three years of age or older. Preregistration is available by mail through March 25. On-site registration will be held Wednesday, March 11 from 5 to 7 p.m. on the concourse area in the David V. Wise Center. Click here for more information regarding levels, times, pricing, and registration. For additional information please contact Rachel Lee, assistant swimming and diving coach, at or 332-3309.

Your Help Needed with Short Online Survey

Posted on February 15, 2015 | Filed under General News

Dr. Dawson’s Junior Seminar class is searching for undergraduate student participants for a survey about Ebola. This voluntary survey should only take 5 minutes to complete and your responses will be anonymous. The survey is online here.

Panhellenic Council Honors Three

Posted on February 15, 2015 | Filed under General News

Allegheny College Panhellenic Council would like to congratulate Jonn Alcantara, Katie Beisler, and Mary Eaton of the Parkhurst staff on winning Brother, Sister, and Person of the Month for the month of January.

Safety Alert

Posted on February 13, 2015 | Filed under Safety Alerts

An off-campus crime has been reported to the Meadville City Police Department and the Allegheny College Office of Safety and Security. The incident occurred on Sunday, Feb. 8 in the early morning hours at an off-campus student residence on Park Avenue near West College Street. According to the Meadville City Police report, two dark-skinned males in their mid-twenties stole personal property (electronic equipment) from the residence. Whether you reside on campus or off campus, please make sure you lock all exterior/interior doors of your personal and residential space at all times. Never admit unwanted or unknown persons into your personal space. Also, please report immediately any suspicious activity or persons in or around your residential facility or parking lots or parking areas. Contact the Office of Safety and Security at 332-3357 or the City of Meadville Police at 724-6100 for assistance.

Call for Student Organizations Interested in Participating in SAMS

Posted on February 12, 2015 | Filed under General News

Are you or your organization interested in being part of SAMS? Email Jake Ballinger at and let him know. SAMS (Students for the Awareness of Multiple Sclerosis) is a fundraising/lip-syncing competition hosted jointly by IFC and Panhel every year but open to all student organizations. This year, SAMS will be on March 5 at 7:30 p.m. in Shafer Auditorium. All are welcome to attend.

Game Room

Posted on February 11, 2015 | Filed under General News

Stop by the Game Room to check out the new gaming station of Chexx Hockey, more commonly known as bubble hockey. Be among the first to challenge your friends to a game.

For Employees: Pelletier Library Books Due 2/15

Posted on February 10, 2015 | Filed under General News

Pelletier Library books signed out by Allegheny employees are due on Feb. 15. Please renew your books online or contact Aimee Reash ( with questions or concerns. When renewed, books will be due on Feb. 15, 2016. This does not apply to books acquired through Interlibrary Loan or books from our Allegheny Authors, Faculty Development, New Book, or Recreational Reading collections.

Employee Lunch Crunch Exercise Group

Posted on February 10, 2015 | Filed under General News

Reminder about the Employee Lunch Crunch exercise group: We have had a great turnout for our lunchtime exercise classes. Don’t sit at your desk! Join in the fun. Try a class or walk the track but make this the year you get fit. Sessions, for employees only, are 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. every day in the Wise Center Dance Studio. Questions? Please contact Deb Carman at 332-4724.

Applications Available for Internships in Creating Landscapes Summer Program

Posted on February 9, 2015 | Filed under General News

Applications for internships in the Creating Landscapes Summer Program are now available. The Summer 2015 aesthetic education program for children of all ages will take place June 29 to July 17 on the Allegheny campus. Allegheny student interns work with small groups of children and assist the faculty. For an application and more information, contact Eleanor Weisman at or 332-3388.

Applications Due 3/3 for CPP Fellows

Posted on February 5, 2015 | Filed under Events

Interested in working to help form college programming? Enjoy politics and engagement? Apply to be a Fellow at the Center for Political Participation to join a team of hard-working students and faculty while also gaining valuable skills through leadership and development opportunities. All class years are welcome to apply by the deadline of March 3, 2015. Please follow this link to submit your application and resume.

Student/Faculty Summer Collaborative Research for Summer 2015

Posted on January 21, 2015 | Filed under General News

The Provost and Dean of the College Office announces funding opportunities and application form for Student/Faculty Summer Collaborative Research for Summer 2015. Student/Faculty Summer Collaborative Research funding offers students and faculty the opportunity to work together on a research project of mutual interest. The project must not be directly related to the student’s senior project, though it can serve as preparation. This funding is not available for independent studies, summer internships, assistantships, or summer employment opportunities. Students interested in obtaining summer employment should contact the Financial Aid Office for a list of positions available during the summer. In order to be eligible for funding, student research must be conducted in collaboration with an Allegheny faculty member and the applicant must be a continuing student in good academic standing. Students must consult with their professor to confirm the specifics of the proposed project, including number of weeks, planned number of hours worked per week, and materials budget, before submitting this application form. The Provost’s office will review applications in early/mid April and will notify both the student and the professor as soon as possible regarding the status of this SFR Collaborative Application. This online application must be submitted by 5 p.m. Monday, March 23 in order to be considered for funding.

Influenza Is on Campus: Information from the Health Center

Posted on January 20, 2015 | Filed under General News

Unsure what to do about the flu? The information below can help. If you don’t know if you need to be seen at the Health Center, experienced nurses are just a phone call away to help you figure out the best course of action. Do you need immediate care, an appointment the next day, or will self care help you? Call the Health Center at 332-4355 for advice. Read more…