’Ville Daily | April 4, 2018
FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS
New Today: Computer Science Symposium: How can a Computer Scientist be successful in a BIG DATA world?
New Today: Scholastic Book Fair Fundraiser This Week
New Today: Tea Time with Global Education, April 10
Meet Millersville’s New President on Friday
2018 Distinguished Leadership Awards Nominations
Last chance to include a special thought to be included in the Honorary Message booklet
“Life: The Movie” Tell Your Story with Video Adult Learning Class Starts April 6th
Register for PIAA Basketball Certification Course-FREE to MU Students
Department of Music Faculty Showcase & April Concert Highlights
Spring Student Art Sales
Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Campus Activities and Community Activities
Byron Hurt Presents: Locker Room Talk or Toxic Masculinity?-April 9
New Today: Reminder from Registrar-Withdrawal Deadline
New Today: The AOD Guy on Percs, Vicodin, Oxys, Heroin, Fentanyl and Narcan…
Summer Conference Assistant-Accepting Applications Now
Calling All Writers, Artists and Performers: Body Monologues
Wanted: Student Worker in Advancement Services
New Today: PASSHE Academy April 2018
Employee Wellness- Earth Day Celebration (Thursday April 19, 2018)
Marauder Connections Alumni E-Newsletter available now
Hit a Homerun with Skillsoft Learning & Development Programs
Softball – Willenbrock’s rookie season is a smash
Baseball – Daniel Ross’ unlikely road to Millersville
University Hosts Admitted Student Expo Saturday
Made in Millersville Draws 440 Students!
4/4 – Lancaster Online – Millersville’s Eric Horst’s tweet included in “High wind warning in effect in Lancaster County with gusts up to 60 mph.”
4/4 – LNP –
- MU professor emeritus Dr. Leroy Hopkins mentioned in editorial, “Honoring King.”
- Softball – MU sophomore shortstop Rebecca Blatt named PSAC Eastern Division Athlete of the Week.
- Women’s Lacrosse – MU topped Shippensburg 13-4.
- Women’s Track and Field – MU junior Sunflower Greene named PSAC Field Athlete of the Week.
4/4/ – The Morning Call – Millersville’s Campus Cupboard mentioned in “Report: More than a third of college students don’t have enough food, money for rent.”
4/4 – State System News Highlights
4/3– WHYY – Tuition-free community colleges, public universities proposed in Pa.
EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED
4/7 – Admitted Student Expo
4/11-13 – The 35th Millersville Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide, April 11-13
4/17 – Made in Millersville
4/26 – Dining with Champions Scholarship Dinner and Auction set for Thursday, April 26
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