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Ecuador, Kenya, and Senegal—Info About MSID Semester Study Away Programs: 10/16

Posted on October 15, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Interested in a semester away in Ecuador, Kenya, or Senegal in a program focused on International Development (sponsored study away programs offered by Allegheny)? Come learn more Tuesday, October 16, from noon to 2 p.m. at the table in the Campus Center lobby. Andrew Erickson from the Minnesota Studies in International Development Area Studies and Field Placement Programs will be sharing info about these programs, which are which are fantastic opportunities for students in any major/minor, including Global Health Studies, Environmental Science and Sustainability, International Studies, Economics, and Business. Questions? Please contact Lucinda Morgan (lmorgan@allegheny.edu) in International Education in the Gateway.

ACO Guest Speaker: 10/16

Posted on October 15, 2018 | Filed under Archive

ACO welcomes 2009 alumna Christine Heagy to speak tonight, Tuesday, Oct. 16. Christine will talk about her world travels and what it is like to follow God even when you are not sure where the path leads. All are welcome! 8:30 pm in Ford Chapel. For questions, email aco@allegheny.edu

Trapped — Late Night Escape in the Campus Center: Friday, 10/19

Posted on October 15, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Join with friends to find the cure to a Zombie Apocolypse that has taken over the Campus Center. You have 15 minutes before it reaches the third floor and traps you and your friends. Register a group of 4-6 and join us for October’s never-before-seen, unique to Allegheny College, Escape Game experience on Friday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m. in Campus Center 310. Solve puzzles, riddles and more while trying to beat the game before your time runs out.

Participants will not be locked in any space and will have the freedom to leave the room should they need to. Registration is open to all students, and time slots will be filled on a first come, first serve basis at the link provided above. Please contact <bmartin@allegheny.edu> with any questions.

India EL Information Session: 10/16

Posted on October 14, 2018 | Filed under Archive

The 2019 India EL Information Session will be Tuesday, October 16, from 12:30 to 1:20 p.m. in Campus Center 302.
EXL 594: INDIA EL (4 Course credits). Co-directed by Prof. Ishita Sinha Roy (Communication Arts) and Prof. Beth Watkins (Theater)
Travel dates: May 13–June 03, 2019
Website: www.indiael.com [Online application link at the bottom of the Website.] Applications due by October 23 (with **unofficial transcript** printed from Webadvisor, and essay). Read more…

Entrepreneurship, Technology and Graduate School: 10/16

Posted on October 14, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Steve Suchora ’10 will share how his economics education combined with the practical experience he gained from participating in the Gator Innovation Challenge, now known as the Zingale Big Idea Competition, inspired him to start a business and pursue a master of information systems management degree at Carnegie Mellon University. The event will be Tuesday, October 16, at 12:15 p.m. in Quigley Auditorium. Attend this event to learn how this path led him to his current role as a Software Quality Engineer for Confluence Technologies. Read more…

Robert Glennon to Speak: 10/16

Posted on October 11, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Dr. Robert Glennon will give a talk entitled “Our Thirst for Energy in a Warming, Water-Stressed World,” on Tuesday, October 16, at 7:30 p.m in Ford Chapel. Glennon is Regents’ Professor and Morris K. Udall Professor of Law and Public Policy at the University of Arizona. Glennon is one of the nation’s thought leaders and commentators on water policy and law. He is the author of two award-winning best sellers, is a contributor to national publications, including the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, and a guest on numerous television and radio shows, including “The Daily Show”with Jon Stewart. Glennon helps reporters, government officials, the business community, academics, and the public to understand the current water policy landscape and proposes a blueprint for achieving a sustainable water future.

Movie Night With LPH and SET: 10/12

Posted on October 11, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Hang out with Lambda Pi Eta and Student Experimental Theatre for a screening and discussion of “Rent” on Friday, October 12, at 7 p.m. in Vukovich 111.

Pay with Kindness Bake “Sale”: 10/12

Posted on October 11, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Join Positive Deviance on the second floor of the Campus Center on Friday, October 12, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. for cupcakes from Confections of a Cake Lover. Instead of paying with money, pay with an act of kindness. Enjoy a cupcake, support a local business, and make someone’s day.

Pop-Up Craft–Halloween Garlands: 10/13

Posted on October 11, 2018 | Filed under Archive

The Game Room is hosting a pop-up craft this Saturday, October 13, from 4 to 8 p.m. Stop by to create Halloween garlands for your dorm, door or others. Bat, ghost and pumpkin shapes along with other supplies will be provided at the Craft Corner table. Take time on the 13th to create decorations to enjoy through the 31st of the month! And friends, know that you are boo-tacular!

Late Night Event: Canvas Painting: 10/12

Posted on October 11, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Come paint a masterpiece with the members of Relay for Life and learn more about the American Cancer Society at 8 p.m. Friday, October 12, in the Campus Center lobby! It’s fun and it’s free!

Skeeball Tournament: 10/13

Posted on October 11, 2018 | Filed under Archive

The Game Room’s newest gaming stations have arrived, Skeeball! Join the Game Room staff for the inaugural Skeeball Tournament on Saturday, October 13, at 8 p.m. and try your hand for an elusive 100 point “hundo.” Prizes will be awarded to the top three participants and are available to view in the glass display case outside the Game Room. All participants will receive a complimentary set of three highlighters. Light refreshments will be provided during the tournament.

Parking in Lot 13 (Behind Pelletier Library) on Friday Afternoon: 10/12

Posted on October 10, 2018 | Filed under Archive

On Friday afternoon, some older alumni will be visiting campus to participate in the Bentley Hall renovation ceremony. Some of these visitors will need assistance with transportation from their parking spots to the campus events. It would be greatly appreciated if faculty and staff could please leave open the parking spaces in the “upper lot” (north section) of lot #13, behind Pelletier Library, so that they are available for our visitors. If you are able, please consider parking in the lower library lot, another campus lot, or in one of the on-street spots, after lunch on Friday. Thank you very much for your help.

Teaching Tidbits: Rethinking Traditional Grading Systems: 10/15

Posted on October 10, 2018 | Filed under Archive

All educators are invited to a discussion of mastery grading and other nontraditional grading systems on Monday, October 15, from 12:15 to 1:15 pm in McKinley’s Private Dining Room. The facilitators will provide examples of grading systems and will discuss how such systems can increase students’ intrinsic motivation to learn and save faculty time on grading while also upholding high academic standards. Other educators who have used non-traditional grading systems are also invited to share their experiences.

Teaching Tidbits are biweekly informal lunchtime conversations on pedagogy innovations, challenges, and ideas. To submit Teaching Tidbit questions or ideas, or to gain access to the Teaching Tidbits blog, please contact Lydia Eckstein, Tricia Humphreys, or Rachel Weir.

Meet & Greet With John Fetterman: 10/15

Posted on October 10, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Meet Democratic Lt. Governor Candidate John Fetterman on Monday, October 15, in the Tippie Alumni Center. He will be doing a Q&A session followed by a Meet & Greet. The event, sponsored by the College Democrats, will start promptly at 7 p.m. and will run until 8 p.m.

Craft Corner — Whitewash Shapes: 10/12 to 10/17

Posted on October 10, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Craft Corner Event: Small wooden whitewash shapes will be provided for this week’s craft along with paint pens available for sign out, markers, stencils, and more to decorate your keepsake. Supplies will be available when the Game Room opens at noon Friday, October 12 through Wednesday, October 17 as supplies last. Check out the display case outside the Game Room for ideas to get your creativity flowing!

Women’s Rugby Home Game: 10/13

Posted on October 10, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Stop by the football field at Robertson this Saturday (10/13) at 11 am to support the women’s rugby team and have some adrenaline-fueled fun! Bring your friends and your spirit.

MOSAIC Fall Crawl: 10/13

Posted on October 10, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Join MOSAIC: An Interfaith Collaborative on Saturday, Oct. 13, for our 3rd annual Fall Crawl, which moves to four different religious houses on campus for food and conversation about the religious groups represented at Allegheny College! We will be starting at 5 p.m. at the PAM Retreat located next to Arter Hall.

Walking for Wellness

Posted on October 10, 2018 | Filed under Archive

The Wellness Committee would like to help people connect for wellness walks. Anyone can be a walk leader (initiator) and any staff or faculty can attend. Our hope is that those that are already walking on a regular basis will share the day, time, and location they intend to walk so that others can join them. To do this the Wellness committee has created a Google sheet to share this information with those interested. If you would like access to this document either to share where and when you’re walking or to view walking times and dates, email the Director of Peak Performance & Fitness at bpurnomo@allegheny.edu.

GAP Cedar Point Trip Ticket Sale: 10/12

Posted on October 10, 2018 | Filed under Archive

On Friday, October 12, GAP will be tabling in the Campus Center lobby from noon to 2 p.m. for a trip to Cedar Point. The trip will be on Saturday, October 20. Don’t miss out on a great trip to one of the best amusement parks in the world!

China EL Term Info Session: Friday, 10/12, 3 pm

Posted on October 9, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Come learn about the May 2019 China Experiential Learning term, “21st Century China: Dreams and Realities,” at an information session on Friday, October 12, at 3 pm in Quigley 122. Co-led by Professors Shanna Kirschner and Sharon Wesoky (Political Science), this four-credit course will visit Beijing, Chengdu, and Shanghai to see the ways that China is rapidly modernizing while also remaining uniquely “Chinese.” Some of the issues we will discuss are urbanization, environmental challenges, women’s and other group rights, and the idea of the Chinese Dream. Sites to be visited will include the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, a panda reserve, and traditional Beijing and Shanghai neighborhoods.

Karl W. Weiss ’87 Faculty Lecture Series With Mark Cosdon: 10/10

Posted on October 9, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Mark Cosdon will speak on “Skin in the Game: Hamilton, The Money Trail, and the Contemporary Broadway Musical” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, October 10, in Campus Center 301/302. Broadway producing is a high stakes financial gamble where over 75 percent of musicals never return a profit to investors. The financial risks confronting a producer are significant, particularly when a show must run for well over a year before a new work returns a profit. Using Hamilton as a model, this lecture demonstrates the money trail behind a Broadway ticket and seeks to answer the question, “Where does all that money go?”

Germany and Poland EL Info Session: 10/11

Posted on October 9, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Are you interested in a unique, reduced cost EL Spring Break Study Tour to Germany and Poland (March 15-24, 2019)? Professor Eric Boynton will hold an information session on Thursday, October 11, at 12:30 pm in Odd Fellows 105A and again at 4:45 pm in Odd Fellows 105A. Come see images, talk to students who have taken the travel course, discuss the itinerary, learn what to expect, review course requirements, and get your questions answered. Bring a friend or two to learn about our travel to Washington, D.C., Krakow, Poland, and Berlin, Germany, to visit (among other sites) remnants of the Krakow ghetto, Auschwitz death camp and Sachsenhausen concentration camp as well as the United States Holocaust Museum, and the Berlin Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. This EL is embedded in a course on Evil in the spring semester. Contact Eric Boynton with questions: eboynton@allegheny.edu

Capture the Flag with FCA: 10/11

Posted on October 9, 2018 | Filed under Archive

On Thursday, October 11, FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) will be playing capture the flag instead of having a meeting in our usual spot. We will meet in Brooks Circle at 8:30 pm. Wear clothes that you can get dirty. Bring your friends and be ready for fun!

Info Session for Summer Internship in Sustainable Development and Global Health in India: 10/10

Posted on October 8, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Interested in learning more about Allegheny’s eight-week, global health and sustainable development internship program in India next summer? You are invited to an informational session on Wednesday, October 10, in Carr 239, from 12:30 to 1:20 p.m.

Students from previous programs will be available to answer questions, and we will share photos and details about the internship program and summer experience. The program includes two weeks of courses taught by Indian professionals and faculty, travel to unique cultural heritage sites, and an intensive internship. Past internships have ranged in topics widely, based on programmatic needs and student interest and training, including: public health initiatives, education, sustainable business practices, ayurvedic medicine, palliative care, sanitation, and financial analyses of non-profit initiatives.

Law School Admissions Panel: 10/10

Posted on October 7, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Law School Admissions representatives from Ohio Northern University, University of Pittsburgh, University of Arizona, and George Mason University will be on campus to discuss their respective law schools, communicating with law schools during the admissions process, and of course a Q&A session. The panel is scheduled for Wednesday, October 10, at noon in Campus Center 301/302. Contact kblack@allegheny.edu with any questions.

2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival: 10/13

Posted on October 7, 2018 | Filed under Archive

The 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival will be held on Saturday, October 13, in the Campus Center. Hosted by Allegheny College’s Students for Environmental Action, this festival will showcase award-winning short films related to what is going on in our world, from the far reaches of the Arctic to your own backyard. From 1 to 2:30 p.m. are the pre-film festivities — stop by for delicious free food from local vendors, live music, and activities such as face-painting and a photo booth. Films will be shown starting at 2:30, with an intermission and a basket raffle halfway through. This event is free and open to Allegheny students and Meadville community members alike. The Facebook event for the festival can be found here . Please email SEA at sea@allegheny.edu with questions or comments.

Game Room Fall Break Hours

Posted on October 4, 2018 | Filed under Archive

The Game Room will be open the following reduced hours for fall break: Friday, October 5, through Tuesday, October 9, 4 to 6 p.m.

GFC Closed for Fall Break

Posted on October 4, 2018 | Filed under Archive

As GFC relies on its student volunteers, and many students leave campus for Fall Break the space will be closed Friday, October 5, through Tuesday, October 9. GFC will reopen on Wednesday, October 10. Also, if you would like to be placed on the GFC mailing list, email getbusy@allegheny.edu

Matthew Lacombe Presentation: 10/10

Posted on October 3, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Allegheny alumnus Matthew Lacombe ’11 (National Fellow, Jefferson Scholars Foundation, University of Virginia and Ph.D. candidate, Department of Political Science, Northwestern University) will be giving a talk titled “How the NRA ‘Politically Weaponized’ Gun Owners and What Others Can Learn From It” on Wednesday, October 10, at 7 p.m. in the Tillotson Room of the Tippie Alumni Center. Lacombe’s research focus is on understanding and explaining political power in the United States. He is co-author of “Billionaires and Stealth Politics,” a book to be published that details the political preferences and behavior of U.S. billionaires. This event is sponsored by the Law & Policy Program, the Center for Political Participation, and the Education Studies Program.

UL Movie Night: 10/5

Posted on October 3, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Join Union Latinx on Friday, October 5, for a free screening of the film “Selena” for our ongoing Hispanic heritage month events. We will have free snacks, and everyone is welcome to join us at Schultz Alcove at 7 p.m.

Winslow Health Center Hours

Posted on October 2, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Winslow Health Center will be operating under limited hours for Fall Break. Students can be seen on Monday and Tuesday, October 8 and 9, from 1 to 3 p.m. by appointment only. Please call (814) 332-4355 to schedule an appointment.

Single Voice Reading Series—Anna Rose Welch ’11 and Moira Egan: 10/3

Posted on October 2, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Allegheny alumna Anna Rose Welch and Moira Egan will read from their work as part of the College’s Single Voice Reading Series at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, in the Tillotson Room of the Tippie Alumni Center. The event is free and open to the public. More information about the authors is available here.

Italy EL Information Session: 10/4

Posted on October 2, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Earn four credits while studying in Italy in May/June 2019. Trip dates are May 12 to June 7. An interdisciplinary exploration of Italy grounded in Italian language and culture, the Renaissance, and Italy’s evolving contemporary landscape. Amelia, an ancient and beautiful hill town in central Italy, is the course’s starting point. Here, students live with families for over two weeks and study Italian. Italian customs, mores, and manners are learned first-hand through a range of activities and field trips. Visits to nearby towns include Assisi, Siena, Orvieto, Spoleto, and Bomarzo. A long weekend in Florence and three days in Naples (including Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius) are followed by six days in Rome. At the information session to be held Thursday, October 4 at 12:30 p.m. in Vukovich Center 111, Professors Mark Cosdon and James Niblock will talk about the itinerary, what to expect, course requirements, and attempt to answer your questions. Bring some friends! The updated itinerary is available here.

2019 India EL Info Session with Financial Details: 10/4

Posted on October 2, 2018 | Filed under Archive

EXL 594: INDIA EL (4 Course credits). Co-directed by Prof. Ishita Sinha Roy (Communication Arts) and Prof. Beth Watkins (Theater)
Travel dates: May 13–June 03, 2019
Website: www.indiael.com
Information Session: Thursday, Oct. 4 from 12:30 to 1:20 p.m. in Campus Center 301/302

Earn four-course credits while traveling for 21 days across 5,000 years of history. Explore the most diverse democracy in the world. Learn about globalization 2.0, and from a non-western perspective. We will study the amazing capacity for accommodation and innovation that has defined India as an emerging power. At the same time, we will compare what is happening politically and culturally in that sub-continent with similar trends in America, and what the similarities and differences teach us. Challenge your assumptions about the developing world. This information session gives you a glimpse into our itinerary, study goals, the financial details, and instructions on how to apply. Questions? Email Prof. Sinha Roy (iroy@allegheny.edu)

Executive Vice President Eileen Petula and Provost Ron Cole Hold Weekly Student Office Hours: 10/3

Posted on October 1, 2018 | Filed under Archive

EVP Eileen Petula and Provost Ron Cole hold office hours at which students can drop in to speak with them. No appointment is necessary. EVP Petula and Provost Cole’s hours: Wednesday, October 3, from noon to 1 p.m. in the Campus Center Lobby/McKinley’s.

New Therapist at Counseling and Personal Development Center

Posted on October 1, 2018 | Filed under Archive

The Counseling and Personal Development Center would like to welcome our new therapist, Danielle Pecar. If you would like to schedule an appointment with CPDC, please call our office at (814) 332-4368 OR e-mail us at CPDC@allegheny.edu.

Psychology Department Fall Picnic: 10/2

Posted on October 1, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Psi Chi invites you to the Psychology Department Fall Picnic at 4 p.m. Tuesday, October 2. Come and enjoy some fall-themed snacks and cider and meet faculty and other students in psychology and neuroscience. All are welcome and encouraged to stop by. Location is Bicentennial Plaza (rain location: Schultz East Alcove).

#MeToo, #SayHerName, Investigations & Rape Culture: Moving Forward Together: 10/2

Posted on October 1, 2018 | Filed under Archive

The Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies program invites students and the community to an evening of informal conversation on Tuesday, Oct. 2 — we’ll provide cookies and hot beverages — to share how we move through the chaos of living in a rape culture, state violence, and toward social change. The conversation is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. in the Gillespie Study (ground floor), Brooks Hall.

Cuba EL Information Session: 10/4

Posted on October 1, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Want to go to Cuba? There’s a two-credit, two-week trip to the island to introduce you to Cuba, its past and present, and our shared yet separate cultural legacies of colonialism and slavery, Cold War and capitalism, and baseball and the Beatles. We’ll examine what the 1959 Cuban Revolution meant and means for both of our nations. The itinerary invites students to view themselves as participants in the local community as a commodity (tourists) and as potential agents for change (as participants of the people-to-people exchanges lauded by the U.S. government as the force behind regime change in Cuba). The visit includes tours of historic sites in Havana and nearby provincial cities, beaches, forests and farms and volunteer and service learning activities with Cuban students and entrepreneurs. Come find out more on Thursday, October 4, in Campus Center Room 309 at 12:15 p.m. If you can’t make it and are interested, email Professor Riess (briess@allegheny.edu), justin adkins, (jadkins@allegheny.edu) or Professor Herrera (therrera@allegheny.edu) for more information.

Oktoberfest is Wunderbar @ McKinley’s: 10/2

Posted on October 1, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Parkhurst Dining Services at McKinley’s is having its annual Oktoberfest Tuesday, Oct. 2 — both lunch and dinner served from the Pastabilities station. Come join us for brats, schnitzel, warm potato salad, pretzels, beer cheese and more!

Spring Break EL–New Orleans: 10/3

Posted on September 30, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Are you interested in studying Black history? Do you enjoy service projects that help you learn more about different communities? During Spring Break 2019, Professor Heather Roberson will take students to New Orleans to study Black rural and urban life. Students will participate in service projects, visit museums, interact with local residents, and discuss the complexities of Black life. This EL will be worth two credits. Learn more at noon Wednesday, October 3, in the Collaboratory in the Pelletier Library.

Information Session–Sustainable Development Internship in India: 10/1

Posted on September 30, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Interested in learning more about Allegheny’s eight-week, global health and sustainable development internship program in India next summer? You are invited to an informational session on Monday, October 1, in the Pelletier Collaboratory, from 4 to 5 p.m. Students from previous programs will be available to answer questions, and we will share photos and details about the internship program and summer experience. The program includes two weeks of courses taught by Indian professionals and faculty, travel to unique cultural heritage sites, and an intensive internship. Past internships have ranged in topics widely, based on programmatic needs and student interest and training, including: public health initiatives, education, sustainable business practices, ayurvedic medicine, palliative care, sanitation, and financial analyses of non-profit initiatives.

What’s Our U.S. Economic Future?: 10/3

Posted on September 30, 2018 | Filed under Archive

All are welcome to a special presentation by noted economist Norman Robertson titled “What’s Our U.S. Economic Future?” This special CBE Lunchtime Learning will take place on Wednesday, October 3, 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. in Quigley Auditorium. Come early, enjoy pizza and take advantage of the opportunity to hear a professional analysis of the U.S. economy. Read more…

Allegheny, Thoughts? A Roundtable Discussion: 10/1

Posted on September 30, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Join your fellow students for a roundtable discussion on the campus climate and how the Office of Residence Life can work to make positive changes. This event will be hosted in Grounds for Change at 7 p.m. Monday, October 1. Participants will also be able to enjoy a free drink.

Therapy Dogs: 10/1

Posted on September 30, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Come and visit the Therapy Dogs on Monday, October 1, at Pelletier Library from 4 to 5 p.m.

S’mores and Stargazing: 10/3

Posted on September 30, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Come join the Astronomy Club for S’mores and Stargazing on Wednesday, October 3, at 8 p.m. at the Robertson Field Pavilion. There will be a fire, marshmallows, and telescopes to enjoy the fall sky, so bundle up and drop by.

Capital University Law School Visit: 10/3

Posted on September 27, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Thinking about law school? Representatives of the Capital Law School will be on campus Wednesday, October 3, at 5 p.m. in the Pelletier Collaboratory to talk about their law program. Dinner will be provided.

Announcements for October 4 Faculty Meeting

Posted on September 27, 2018 | Filed under Archive

Announcements for the October 4 faculty meeting should be submitted to smartin@allegheny.edu by Monday, October 1, at noon.

“Elements”: Elise Adibi and Andrew Shirley Opening Reception: 10/1

Posted on September 27, 2018 | Filed under Archive

The Bowman, Penelec, and Megahan Gallery is pleased to present “Elements,” an exhibition featuring Elise Adibi and Andrew Shirley ’13. Please join us to celebrate the opening on Monday, October 1, from 7 to 9 p.m. Artists will speak from 7 to 8, followed by a reception from 8 to 9 p.m. The gallery is located on the first floor of Doane Hall of Art, adjacent to the Campus Center. Using materials like fire, charcoal, carbon, and plants, Elise Adibi and Andrew Shirley incite elemental transformations that reveal connections between the body, art, and environment. Works by both artists suggest the ways in which viewers are linked to their surroundings through shared physical properties, and to the past through common rituals.

Celebrations and Concerns Deadline: 10/2

Posted on September 27, 2018 | Filed under Archive

The deadline for the next issue of Celebrations and Concerns is Tuesday, October 2. Employee personal news such as births, marriages, personal achievement, and serious illness or death within the immediate family may be submitted by contacting Jane Ellen Nickell (Ext. 2800 or jnickell@allegheny.edu) or by using this form. To receive the monthly email, use this form.