January 29, 2018

’Ville Daily | January 29, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Women’s Issues Allocation Award Announcement

Disability Film Festival

Women’s Issues Allocation Award Announcement

Made in Millersville APPLY NOW

Student Research Grant Opportunities Available

Shake the Winter Blues – TWO Great Concerts at the Winter Center in February

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STUDENTS

New Today: Saxbys Millersville Is Hiring! Interviews will be held on campus, January 30

New Today: The Harrisburg Internship Semester (THIS)

Family Dynamics Support Group starting January 31

Become a Resident Assistant for Fall 2018

PT Student Worker Needed – Purchasing Office

ITEC 304 in Iceland!

Study Abroad Fair – Wednesday, January 31st – Check out your international options for a short program, semester abroad, internships and MORE!

Interested in a Student Leadership Position-Apply Today

Looking for a Job? Become an Intramural Sport Official

2018 Walker Civic and Leadership Fellows-application NOW open!

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Made in Millersville Reviewers Needed

New Today: The Grille Specials – January 29 – February 2, 2018

New Today: 2017 W-2 announcement

Faculty Supplemental Payments 2018

Valic: Planning for Financial Security – Tuesday, Jan 30th

PASSHE Academy Learning & Development Opportunities – February 2018

SAVE THE DATE: Spring Faculty Convocation Invitation: March 6, 2018

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NEWS RELEASES

Twitter Forecast Heating up for MU Director of Weather

Indoor Track and Field – Millersville’s Sunflower Greene smashed the all-time PSAC weight throw record by almost five feet.

Basketball – Men and Women over Mansfield.

Wrestling – Marauders sweep way through Kutztown Duals

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MEDIA COVERAGE

1/29 – PennLive and University Business – Millersville mentioned in article, “Pa. System of Higher Education board approves $19.7M in faculty raises.”

1/29 – Lancaster Online – Lancaster resident and Millersville University student Gaby Barberia mentioned in article, “Making the economic case for immigration.”

1/28 – LNP –

1/27 – ABC 27 – Millersville’s Dr. Michael Jackson, dean of the College of Science and Technology and Miracle Brocco, a music education major at Millersville University, were both interviewed for “New degree programs at state schools aim to help PA’s evolving workforce.”

1/27 – Financial Times – Millersville’s Dr. Orlando Perez, associate dean of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, interviewed for “Corruption claims dog Honduran president’s inauguration.”

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UPCOMING EVENTS View All

1/30 – Intercultural Center Grand Opening

1/31 –

2/1 – National Theatre Live: Hedda Gabler – at Ware Center.

2/2 –

  • Baseball at Winston-Salem State
  • Wrestling at Pitt-Johnston

3/11 – Spring Break Begins

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