June 21, 2018

’Ville Daily | June 21, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is a twice a week publication during the summer

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Millersville receives commuter Gold Star Certification and partners to provide ride match service

New Today: Website Redesign: Guidelines, best practices, training and feedback

Legislative Update for 6/18 – 6/21

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STUDENTS

Student Worker Position available in Human Resources

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Information Technology Monthly Update as of June 20, 2018

Purchasing: End of Year Reminders

Purchasing: Travel Management

Check in on Facebook, Use SMC Fitness Center Free

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NEWS RELEASES

Millersville Under Construction this Summer

MU Technology and Engineering Camp Enters 26th Year

Senate confirms Bloomsburg student government leader to serve on State System’s BOG

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MEDIA COVERAGE

6/21 – LNP – Eric Horst quoted in “Forecast calls for summer to be rainy, humid, but not terribly hot”

6/20 – State System News Highlights

6/20 – LNP – Eric Horst’s tweet featured in “Calm temperatures in Lancaster County Wednesday with evening thunderstorms possible”

6/19 – WITI-MILW (FOX) – Milwaukee, WI – Millersville’s Dr. John Wallace interviewed on bees having a rough winter.

6/17 – LNP – Former VP Bernice Rydell mentioned in article on 25 years ago.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

6/18 – 6/29 – Expanded Visions Exhibit at the Ware Center

7/6 – First Friday at the Ware Center

8/27 – Fall Classes begin

9/7 – Convocation – Save the Date

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June 18, 2018

’Ville Daily | June 18, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is a twice a week publication during the summer

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STUDENTS

New Today: Student Worker Position available in Human Resources

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Purchasing: End of Year Reminders

New Today: Purchasing: Travel Management

Check in on Facebook, Use SMC Fitness Center Free

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NEWS RELEASES

Millersville Under Construction this Summer

MU Technology and Engineering Camp Enters 26th Year

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MEDIA COVERAGE

6/17 – York Daily Record, Fox 43 and Wopular – Millersville’s Dr. John Wallace interviewed for “Millersville Professor Searches For Columbia, Wrightsville Bridge Mayfly Solution.”

6/17 – LNP

6/17 – Delaware County Times – Millersville mentioned in “Editorial: Free and reduced college tuition deserves a look.”

6/15 – Data from Millersville’s Weather Information Center and Eric Horst used in “June is warming up after a cool, wet start.”

6/15 – Central Penn Business Journal

  • Millersville University included in “Institutions roll with changing times.”
  • Millersville mentioned in “Clashing visions for future of State System.”
  • Millersville included in “Colleges add programs to respond to employer needs.”
  • Millersville alum Matthew Bruckner has been named director of geoenvironmental services at Manor Township-based Rettew.

6/15 – LNP – Three Lancaster County-based contestants, including one from Millersville University, won honors in the Graphic Arts Association’s recent Neographics competition.

6/15 – NFL.com –  Millersville alum, Will Lewis, interviewed for article, “18 for ’18: College football players with NFL fathers.”

6/15 – Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce – Paul Specht, Ph.D., CSP, professor emeritus at Millersville University interviewed for article on new book, Safety Leadership and Professional Development.”

6/14 – Study International – Millersville University: Connecting passion with purpose.

6/13 – LNP – A year after graduating from La Academia charter school, Christopher Cuartas, now a student at Millersville University,  addressed this year’s graduates, urging them to learn from setbacks and listen to their inner voice.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

6/18 – 6/29 – Expanded Visions Exhibit at the Ware Center

7/6 – First Friday at the Ware Center

8/27 – Fall Classes begin

9/7 – Convocation – Save the Date

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June 14, 2018

’Ville Daily | June 14, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is a twice a week publication during the summer

The blogs have been restored so all links are working

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

 

Legislative Update from 6/11

Website Redesign: We’ve been live for a month!

Join the MUPD for Walk A Mile and Father’s Day Pledge

Dining Summer Hours

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STUDENTS

Important Information Regarding Student Organization Allocated Accounts

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FACULTY/STAFF

Check in on Facebook, Use SMC Fitness Center Free

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NEWS RELEASES

COT Approved Sexual Misconduct Policy last night

Lady Marauder Pride Golf Tournament – Registration Open

McNairy’s Digital Learning Studio Students Build Doggie Wheelchair

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MEDIA COVERAGE

6/14 – LNP –

  • “Looking for Color” mentions Millersville University’s Color of Teaching program and diversity numbers.
  • Imani Dance Concert at Ware Center on Saturday.

6/13 –    Top40-Charts.com – Latin Pop Songstress Gina Chavez Announces New EP ‘Lightbeam’ Out September 14, 2018. She’ll perform at Millersville on October 20.

6/13 – State System News Highlights

6/12 – LNP – Millersville University is among the entities now using a new software tool that helps police departments share information on suspects across municipal lines.

6/12 – Chester County Press – Leticia Cruz, a graduating senior at Avon Grove High School who is headed to Millersville University in the fall, received an award for the highest GPA of students at the Garage Community & Youth Center.

6/11 – Philadelphia Inquirer – Nicole Brewer, Millersville alum and former Miss Pennsylvania, is leaving CBS 3 after 10 years.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

6/16 – 23rd Annual Imani Edu-Tainers Community Concert

7/6 – First Friday at the Ware Center

8/27 – Fall Classes begin

9/7 – Convocation – Save the Date

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June 11, 2018

’Ville Daily | June 11, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is a twice a week publication during the summer

‘Ville Daily was delayed this morning because the blogs are down. IT is working on it. Some of the links below may not work until later today.

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Beginning at 9 a.m. today vote for your favorite spot on Millersville’s campus – it will be featured by the State System.

New Today: Website Redesign: We’ve been live for a month!

Join the MUPD for Walk A Mile and Father’s Day Pledge

Dining Summer Hours

Social Role Valorization Workshop

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STUDENTS

Important Information Regarding Student Organization Allocated Accounts

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FACULTY/STAFF

Check in on Facebook, Use SMC Fitness Center Free

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NEWS RELEASES

Lady Marauder Pride Golf Tournament – Registration Open

McNairy’s Digital Learning Studio Students Build Doggie Wheelchair

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MEDIA COVERAGE

6/11 – Reading Eagle – List of recent graduates from Millersville.

6/10 – Chester County Press – Millersville University is one of the top picks for Avon Grove High School’s Class of 2018.

6/8 – Inside Higher Ed – Daniel A. Wubah, former provost and senior adviser to the president of Washington and Lee University, in Virginia, has been chosen as president of Millersville University.

6/8 – WFMZ TV – Millersville mentioned in Bat survey to be conducted in Bushkill Twp.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

6/16 – 23rd Annual Imani Edu-Tainers Community Concert

7/6 – First Friday at the Ware Center

8/27 – Fall Classes begin

9/7 – Convocation – Save the Date

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June 7, 2018

’Ville Daily | June 7, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is a twice a week publication during the summer

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Join the MUPD for Walk A Mile and Father’s Day Pledge

New Today: Dining Summer Hours

New Today: Social Role Valorization Workshop

New Today: Legislative Update

Participate in Lancaster Water Week Stream Cleanup at Millersville’s Biological Preserve

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STUDENTS

New Today: Important Information Regarding Student Organization Allocated Accounts

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Check in on Facebook, Use SMC Fitness Center Free

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NEWS RELEASES

McNairy’s Digital Learning Studio Students Build Doggie Wheelchair

State System News Release – Five Universities to Offer Nine New Degrees

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MEDIA COVERAGE

6/7 – LNP

6/6 – LNP – Millersville’s Executive Chef, Louis Logan featured in “Millersville University executive chef to be one of the Men Who Cook for Crispus Attucks fundraiser Sunday.”

6/5 – LNP

6/6 – State System News Highlights

6/5 – WITF – Millersville’s Eric Horst interviewed for Smart Talk.

6/1 – Central Penn Business Journal – Millersville has hired Ieva Zake, dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

6/8 and 6/9 – Native Plants Conference and Plant Sale

8/27 – Fall Classes begin

9/7 – Convocation – Save the Date

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June 4, 2018

’Ville Daily | June 4, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is a twice a week publication during the summer

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

Participate in Lancaster Water Week Stream Cleanup at Millersville’s Biological Preserve

June Council of Trustees Meetings

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FACULTY/STAFF

Human Resources is asking people to donate extra leave time for Patrick Kulp, who has used all of his available paid leave for a serious health condition.

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NEWS RELEASES

Service Dog Trained at MU Moves on to CIA

Arts Program Wins Grant for Refugee Storytelling

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MEDIA COVERAGE

6/4 – Lancaster Online – Millersville’s Eric Horst interviewed for Pleasant week on tap in Lancaster County with highs in the 70s, low 80s.

6/3 – LNP –

6/2 – LNP – Millersville’s Eric Horst interviewed for “Why Saturday’s dangerous cloudburst hit small area of Manor Township and spared other parts of county.”

6/2 – Daily American – Millersville University mentioned in article, “State Sen. Scott Martin has PIAA playoff plan he believes would work.”

6/1 – LNP – Eric Horst interviewed for “Lancaster County just experienced one of its wettest, warmest months of May in over 100 years.”

6/1 – York Daily Record – Feature article on alum, Brian Heisey, “This rapping science teacher at Central York infects students with love of learning.”

6/1 – FOX 43 – Service dog trained by Millersville University student heads to CIA for specialized training.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

6/5 –

6/8 and 6/9 – Native Plants Conference and Plant Sale

8/27 – Fall Classes begin

9/7 – Convocation – Save the Date

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May 31, 2018

’Ville Daily | May 31, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is a twice a week publication during the summer

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Participate in Lancaster Water Week Stream Cleanup at Millersville’s Biological Preserve

New Today: June Council of Trustees Meetings

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FACULTY/STAFF

Human Resources is asking people to donate extra leave time for Patrick Kulp, who has used all of his available paid leave for a serious health condition.

Due tomorrow: CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Faculty Grants Summer 2018 Cycle, Due June 1

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NEWS RELEASES

State System News Release: New President Named for Clarion

Marauders Take Iceland

Announcing: The Clair Brothers Music Business Technology Program

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MEDIA COVERAGE

May – 50 Plus Life – Feature article on professor emeritus, Dr. Dennis Denenberg’s house and gardens – including his garden at Millersville University.

5/31 – LNP –

5/30 – CBS 21 – Millersville’s Eric Horst interviewed for “As busy hurricane season gets underway, forecasting models expecting new upgrades.”

5/30 – University Business Magazine – Dr. Daniel Wubah of Washington and Lee University (Va.), will take the helm at Millersville University (Pa.) beginning July 1.

5/30 – LNP –

5/30 – Bucks County Courier Times – List of area graduates from Millersville.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

6/1 – First Friday at the Ware Center

8/27 – Fall Classes begin

9/7 – Convocation – Save the Date

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May 29, 2018

’Ville Daily | May 29, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is a twice a week publication during the summer

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Human Resources is asking people to donate extra leave time for Patrick Kulp, who has used all of his available paid leave for a serious health condition.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Faculty Grants Summer 2018 Cycle, Due June 1

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NEWS RELEASES

Women’s Outdoor Track and Field – Greene finishes as national runner-up, Myers earns third All-America finish.

Marauders Take Iceland

Announcing: The Clair Brothers Music Business Technology Program

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MEDIA COVERAGE

5/27 – LNP – Millersville’s Shauna Frischkorn interviewed for ‘Expanded Vision 2018’ turns to classic photography with some stunning works.

5/26 – LNP – Frank “Jiggs” H. Warner, 95, died Thursday, May 24. Jiggs retired in 1985 from Millersville University, where he was a plumber.

5/24 – Star Herald – MU’s Sunflower Greene mentioned in article on track and field.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

6/1 – First Friday at the Ware Center

8/27 – Fall Classes begin

9/7 – Convocation – Save the Date

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May 24, 2018

’Ville Daily | May 24, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is a Monday and Thursday publication during the summer

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Website Update & New Training Dates Announced

New Today: Legislative Update for 5/21-5/25

Work on Chryst Field is Underway

Work on Stayer Hall is Underway  

James Street Closed

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Fidelity On-Site Visit Friday May 25th

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Faculty Grants Summer 2018 Cycle, Due June 1

Messages to Marauders Video

AFSCME 2421 General Meeting

Thank you for supporting the 2018 Employee Giving Campaign!

The Grille Summer Options-Now-Aug 27, 2018

A representative from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s 457(b) Deferred Compensation plan will be available on May 25th

Important Fiscal Year End Dates and Procedures

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NEWS RELEASES

Marauder baseball finishes season in NCAA Atlantic Regional

Track and Field – Hartman named USTFCCCA Atlantic Region Assistant Coach of the Year; Greene repeats as top award winner

Announcing: The Clair Brothers Music Business Technology Program

Honoring Emergency Management Director

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MEDIA COVERAGE

5/24 – Lancaster Online – MU’s Eric Horst interviewed for article on Memorial Day weekend.

5/24 – LNP

  • Millersville’s Barry Kornhauser interviewed for article, “Lancaster rapper Milan Credle to celebrate release of debut full-length album with 2 events.”
  • Sounds of Strasburg concert series announces 2018 lineup includes, on June 9, The Big Boy Brass Band. This 8-piece band founded by Millersville University graduates performs pop, R&B, funk and jazz.
  • Golf – Millersville senior Connor Sheehan named to Division II PING All-Atlantic Region Ream.
  • Track and Field – Millersville track and field throws coach Brittany Hartman named the USTFCCA Atlantic Region Coach of the year.
  • Millersville student-athlete Sunflower Greene named region’s field athlete of the year.

5/23 – State System Media Highlights

5/23 – Lancaster Online – List of spring graduates from Millersville (from Lancaster area)

5/21 – Central Penn Business Journal – New chancellor picked to lead state system of higher ed

5/21 – PA Environmental Digest – Millersville University and Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve will host the Native Plants In The Landscape Conference in Lancaster June 6 to 9.

Correction: The media clip from CBS-3, included Monday, on a tuition freeze was from a 2015 story.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

5/24 – Women’s Outdoor Track and Field – NCAA Outdoor Championships

8/27 – Fall Classes begin

9/7 – Convocation – Save the Date

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Chancellor Named

’Ville Bulletin | May 21, 2018

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

Former Gates Foundation director

selected as State System of Higher Education’s next chancellor

Daniel Greenstein led foundation’s ‘Postsecondary Success’ strategy,

also served as top administrator in University of California system

 

Harrisburg – Underscoring its commitment to ensuring student success and to its efforts to redesign the State System for the future, the Board of Governors of Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education today selected a national leader in higher education to serve as the next chancellor.

Daniel Greenstein, who led the Postsecondary Success strategy at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the past six years and who previously was a top administrator in the University of California system, will become the State System’s fifth chancellor in September. The Gates Foundation is one of the largest philanthropic organizations in the world, and one of the most generous supporters of public higher education—awarding more than $125 million in grants and contracts annually.

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