November 12, 2018

‘Ville Daily | November 12, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Diversity to Inclusion Open Forum

New Today: It’s On Us Summit – Dec. 7

New Today: Millersville Turkey Trot – Nov. 22

New Today: Fall Student Art Sales

New Today: Millersville University Salutes our Campus Community Veterans

Chief Diversity Officer Candidates Open Forums

Dr. Steven Max Miller

2018-19 Educator of the Year Award

Let’s Talk About Race: Anti-Racism Workshop

University Theatre’s production of “Jesus Christ Superstar”

TODAY: Veterans Day – Run, Walk, Roll

“Mass Murder, Media and Mania,” talk with Dr. Julie B. Wiest, Nov. 12

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: Textbook Grant Sponsored by the Student Government Association

PCCDI Call for Student Researchers

Canned Food Drive Sale at the University Store

2018-2019 APSCUF-MU Scholarship Awards – Application Deadline Nov. 16
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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: PCCDI Call for Research Mentors

REMINDER – Invitation to December Commencement, 2018, and Related Information

Important Purchasing Reminder

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NEWS RELEASES

Millersville Offers Services to Veterans

Women’s basketball drops 77-68 decision to UVA-Wise

Men’s basketball blasts Wheeling Jesuit, 91-71

Four Marauders place in W&J Invitational

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MEDIA COVERAGE

11/11 – LNP

  • Feature on one-woman show, “Tea for Three: Lady Bird, Pat & Betty,” at the Ware Centre
  • “Local Digest,” included:
    • Men’s basketball’s win over Wheeling Jesuit
    • Men’s soccer’s loss to Charleston
    • Women’s basketball’s loss to Notre Dame (Ohio) College
    • Four wrestlers place in Washington & Jefferson Invitational

11/10 – LNP – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Wind gusts over 30 mph could make daytime high in low 40s feel even cooler”

11/9 – LNP

  • Men’s basketball opener included in, “5 District 3 playoff games involving Lancaster-Lebanon League football teams highlight tonight’s sports slate”
  • “About 1 inch of chilly rain could fall this afternoon, evening in Lancaster County”

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Nov. 12

Nov. 13

Nov. 14

Nov. 15 – 2018 Brossman Frisbie Science Lectureship

Nov. 16

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November 9, 2018

‘Ville Daily | November 9, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Chief Diversity Officer Candidates Open Forums

Dr. Steven Max Miller

2018-19 Educator of the Year Award

Let’s Talk About Race: Anti-Racism Workshop

University Theatre’s production of “Jesus Christ Superstar”

Cyber Security Awareness Month Contest Winners

Veterans Day – Run, Walk, Roll

“Mass Murder, Media and Mania,” talk with Dr. Julie B. Wiest, Nov. 12

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: PCCDI Call for Student Researchers

Canned Food Drive Sale at the University Store

2018-2019 APSCUF-MU Scholarship Awards – Application Deadline Nov. 16

Grab a bite and receive assistance with your writing or research assignment!
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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: REMINDER – Invitation to December Commencement, 2018, and Related Information

Important Purchasing Reminder

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NEWS RELEASES

Suseland, Blevins score All-PSAC recognition

Snoop Dogg to President Obama

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MEDIA COVERAGE

11/9 – LNP

  • Editorial on racist and anti-Semitic graffiti found on MU’s campus and killing in Thousand Oaks, California, “On rejecting hatred at Millersville University, and fearing endless sorrow in our nation”
  • MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Here comes the rain and cold, forecasters predict”

11/8 – Lebanon Daily News – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Nor’easter risk and roller coaster ride in central Pa. for winter 2018-2019”

11/8 – LNP – “Here’s when Millersville, F&M, Lancaster Bible, E-town and Thaddeus Stevens start the basketball season”

11/4 – LNP – Obituary of long-time Millersville University staff member Gray Sellers

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Nov. 9

  • MU Dept. of Music: Orchestral Masterworks
  • Women’s Volleyball vs. PSAC Semifinals, TBD
  • Women’s Soccer at NCAA First and Second Round, TBD
  • Men’s Basketball at Shepherd, 7 p.m.
  • Field Hockey at Slippery Rock, 3 p.m.

Nov. 10

  • Admissions Open House
  • Wrestling at Washington and Jefferson Invitational, 9:45 a.m.
  • Football at Mercyhurst, 12 p.m.
  • Men’s Soccer at NCAA Second Round, TBD
  • Women’s Volleyball vs. PSAC Championship, TBD
  • Women’s Basketball vs. Notre Dame College, 2 p.m.
  • Men’s Basketball vs. Wheeling Jesuit University, Shepherd University Classic, 4 p.m.

Nov. 11 – Women’s Soccer at NCAA Second Round

Nov. 16 – Inclusive Postsecondary Symposium: Join Us Nov. 16

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November 8, 2018

‘Ville Daily | November 8, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Dr. Steven Max Miller

New Today: 2018-19 Educator of the Year Award

Let’s Talk About Race: Anti-Racism Workshop

University Theatre’s production of “Jesus Christ Superstar”

Facilities Master Plan

TODAY: The Data Science Craze! Math Colloquium – Dr. Michael Posner, Thursday, Nov. 8

Cyber Security Awareness Month Contest Winners

Veterans Day – Run, Walk, Roll

Diversity to Inclusion Open Forum

“Mass Murder, Media and Mania,” talk with Dr. Julie B. Wiest, Nov. 12

Now Available: Millersville University Research Newsletter, Fall 2018

APPLY NOW to Present at Made in Millersville

Road Closures on Nov. 10

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: Canned Food Drive Sale at the University Store

New SGA Constitution Voting

2018-2019 APSCUF-MU Scholarship Awards – Application Deadline Nov. 16

Grab a bite and receive assistance with your writing or research assignment!
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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Important Purchasing Reminder

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NEWS RELEASES

Men’s soccer faces defending national champs Charleston in first round of NCAAs

Rematch set for Millersville and ESU in first round of NCAA Tournament

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MEDIA COVERAGE

11/8 – York Daily Record – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Nor’easter risk and a roller coaster ride in central Pa. for winter 2018-2019”

11/7 – Reading Eagle – MU arts events included in, “On Stage: Through November 14” and “In Concert: Through November 14”

11/7 – LNP – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Sunny, breezy and dry conditions should make for ‘pleasant’ day in Lancaster County”

11/7 – Snapper

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Nov. 8

Nov. 9

  • MU Dept. of Music: Orchestral Masterworks
  • Women’s Volleyball vs. PSAC Semifinals, TBD
  • Women’s Soccer at NCAA First and Second Round, TBD
  • Men’s Basketball at Shepherd, 7 p.m.
  • Field Hockey at Slippery Rock, 3 p.m.

Nov. 10

  • Admissions Open House
  • Wrestling at Washington and Jefferson Invitational, 9:45 a.m.
  • Football at Mercyhurst, 12 p.m.
  • Men’s Soccer at NCAA Second Round, TBD
  • Women’s Volleyball vs. PSAC Championship, TBD
  • Women’s Basketball vs. Notre Dame College, 2 p.m.
  • Men’s Basketball vs. Wheeling Jesuit University, Shepherd University Classic, 4 p.m.

Nov. 11 – Women’s Soccer at NCAA Second Round

Nov. 16 – Inclusive Postsecondary Symposium: Join Us Nov. 16

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November 7, 2018

‘Ville Daily | November 7, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Let’s Talk About Race: Anti-Racism Workshop

New Today: University Theatre’s production of “Jesus Christ Superstar”

Facilities Master Plan

The Data Science Craze! Math Colloquium – Dr. Michael Posner, Thursday, Nov. 8

Information Technology – myVille Password Expiration

Cyber Security Awareness Month Contest Winners

Veterans Day – Run, Walk, Roll

Diversity to Inclusion Open Forum

“Mass Murder, Media and Mania,” talk with Dr. Julie B. Wiest, Nov. 12

Now Available: Millersville University Research Newsletter, Fall 2018

APPLY NOW to Present at Made in Millersville

International Newsletter

Road Closures on Nov. 10

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: New SGA Constitution Voting

New Today: Office Hours-Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

New Today: Pizza and Wings with the VP

2018-2019 APSCUF-MU Scholarship Awards – Application Deadline Nov. 16

Grab a bite and receive assistance with your writing or research assignment!

Late Night Study Space

Class of 2019: Prepare to leave your mark. Come learn about the Senior Class Gift Committee.

Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age–Free Film & Panel Discussion, 11/15

Study in England May 2019–Mathematics and Romantic Poetry

Student Worker Opportunity for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

2018/19 Compliance Training for Student Employees

Student Information: Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations
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FACULTY/STAFF

2018/19 Compliance Training for Faculty and Staff Members

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NEWS RELEASES

State System Highlights

No. 7 seed Marauders push No. 2 seed Shippensburg to limit in PSAC Quarterfinals

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MEDIA COVERAGE

11/6 – LNP

  • Millersville University orchestral concert included in, “Baritone Luis Ledesma to join Millersville University Orchestra for Friday performance”
  • Weather report by Eric Horst included in, “Large numbers of passionate voters turn out in key election around Lancaster County”

11/6 – Snapper – “Volleyball rolls over East Stroudsburg for division title”

11/6 – WITF – Professor emeritus Dr. Dennis Downey interviewed on Smart Talk, “The state of education and ‘Going Home’ series”

11/5 –  CBS 21 – Coverage of Women’s Soccer getting an NCAA bid for the first time in school history.

10/31 – AASCU Newsletter – Over the summer, Drs. Barry Atticks and Christine Banks led a 14-day tour through Europe for nine Millersville University music students.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Nov. 8

Nov. 9

  • MU Dept. of Music: Orchestral Masterworks
  • Women’s Volleyball vs. PSAC Semifinals, TBD
  • Women’s Soccer at NCAA First and Second Round, TBD
  • Men’s Basketball at Shepherd, 7 p.m.
  • Field Hockey at Slippery Rock, 3 p.m.

Nov. 10

  • Admissions Open House
  • Wrestling at Washington and Jefferson Invitational, 9:45 a.m.
  • Football at Mercyhurst, 12 p.m.
  • Men’s Soccer at NCAA Second Round, TBD
  • Women’s Volleyball vs. PSAC Championship, TBD
  • Women’s Basketball vs. Notre Dame College, 2 p.m.
  • Men’s Basketball vs. Wheeling Jesuit University, Shepherd University Classic, 4 p.m.

Nov. 11 – Women’s Soccer at NCAA Second Round

Nov. 16 – Inclusive Postsecondary Symposium: Join Us Nov. 16

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‘Ville Bulletin November 6, 2018

’Ville Bulletin | November 6, 2018

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

Spam Email

IT is warning employees and students to be aware of a spam email making the rounds today. Please always check the “From” address.

Sample spam is below:

From: Kerry Regner
Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2018 3:23 PM
Subject: FW: Action Required : Memo From PresidentDaniel A. Wubah
Importance: High

Date:              November 6, 2018

From:             Daniel A. Wubah

To:                   Millersville University Employees

IT is aware of the situation. If you have opened any links or clicked on links in the email, please call the Help Desk @ 717-871-7777 to have a virus scan performed.

November 6, 2018

‘Ville Daily | November 6, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Facilities Master Plan

New Today: The Data Science Craze! Math Colloquium – Dr. Michael Posner, Thursday, Nov. 8

Information Technology – myVille Password Expiration

Cyber Security Awareness Month Contest Winners

Veterans Day – Run, Walk, Roll

Diversity to Inclusion Open Forum

“Mass Murder, Media and Mania,” talk with Dr. Julie B. Wiest, Nov. 12

Now Available: Millersville University Research Newsletter, Fall 2018

Merger of the Offices of Financial Aid and Students Accounts

TODAY: VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! on Tuesday, 11/6

APPLY NOW to Present at Made in Millersville

International Newsletter

Road Closures on Nov

GRADUATE SCHOOL FAIR on Nov. 8 with 70 grad schools and programs

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: What you need to know to VOTE TODAY

New Today: 2018-2019 APSCUF-MU Scholarship Awards – Application Deadline Nov. 16

New Today: Grab a bite and receive assistance with your writing or research assignment!

TODAY: Race and Religion: Courageous Conversation, 11/6

Late Night Study Space

Class of 2019: Prepare to leave your mark. Come learn about the Senior Class Gift Committee.

Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age–Free Film & Panel Discussion, 11/15

Study in England May 2019–Mathematics and Romantic Poetry

Student Worker Opportunity for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

Office of the President Student Assistant Vacancies

2018/19 Compliance Training for Student Employees

Student Information: Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations

CHEP October and November 2018 Events
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FACULTY/STAFF

2018/19 Compliance Training for Faculty and Staff Members

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NEWS RELEASES

Men’s soccer heads to Charleston to begin NCAA Tournament

Women’s soccer receives first NCAA Tournament berth in program history

Project Condom Raises Awareness about Safe Sex

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MEDIA COVERAGE

11/6 – WITF – Professor emeritus Dr. Dennis Downey featured on Smart Talk to discuss “Going Home” documentary

11/5 – ABC27 – Millersville University’s Dr. Robert Spicer featured in, “The impact of fake news on society and in our community”

11/5 – CBS21 – Duane Hagelgans of the Millersville University Center for Disaster Research and Education quoted in, “Widow of UGI worker killed in Millersville home explosion files lawsuit in death”

11/5 – LNP – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “The forecast: Rain today, rain tomorrow and, after a bit of sun, rain again by Friday”

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Nov. 6

Nov. 8 – Nanofabrication Manufacturing Technology Recruitment Seminar

Nov. 9

  • MU Dept. of Music: Orchestral Masterworks
  • Women’s Volleyball vs. PSAC Semifinals, TBD
  • Women’s Soccer at NCAA First and Second Round, TBD
  • Men’s Basketball at Shepherd, 7 p.m.
  • Field Hockey at Slippery Rock, 3 p.m.

Nov. 10

  • Admissions Open House
  • Wrestling at Washington and Jefferson Invitational, 9:45 a.m.
  • Football at Mercyhurst, 12 p.m.
  • Men’s Soccer at NCAA Second Round, TBD
  • Women’s Volleyball vs. PSAC Championship, TBD
  • Women’s Basketball vs. Notre Dame College, 2 p.m.
  • Men’s Basketball vs. Wheeling Jesuit University, Shepherd University Classic, 4 p.m.

Nov. 16 – Inclusive Postsecondary Symposium: Join Us Nov. 16

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November 5, 2018

‘Ville Daily | November 5, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Men’s Soccer wins PSAC Championship in penalty kick shootout

New Today: Information Technology – myVille Password Expiration

New Today: Cyber Security Awareness Month Contest Winners

New Today: Veterans Day – Run, Walk, Roll

New Today: Update on Two Students Injured in Car Accident, Sept. 12

Diversity to Inclusion Open Forum

“Mass Murder, Media and Mania,” talk with Dr. Julie B. Wiest, Nov. 12

Now Available: Millersville University Research Newsletter, Fall 2018

Merger of the Offices of Financial Aid and Students Accounts

VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! on Tuesday, 11/6

APPLY NOW to Present at Made in Millersville

TODAY: Vigil for Tia Stoltzfus, Monday, Nov. 5

International Newsletter

Road Closures on Nov. 10

GRADUATE SCHOOL FAIR on Nov. 8 with 70 grad schools and programs

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

Race and Religion: Courageous Conversation, 11/6

Late Night Study Space

Class of 2019: Prepare to leave your mark. Come learn about the Senior Class Gift Committee.

Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age–Free Film & Panel Discussion, 11/15

Study in England May 2019–Mathematics and Romantic Poetry

Student Worker Opportunity for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

Office of the President Student Assistant Vacancies

2018/19 Compliance Training for Student Employees

Student Information: Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations

Institutional Review Board Student Information Sessions Available, 11/6 & 11/20

Nanofabrication Manufacturing Technology Recruitment Seminar, 11/8

CHEP October and November 2018 Events
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FACULTY/STAFF

Appointment of Interim Associate VP for Finance and Administration

2018/19 Compliance Training for Faculty and Staff Members

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NEWS RELEASES

‘Ville Makes Best Online Programs List

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MEDIA COVERAGE

11/5 – LNP – Coverage of men’s soccer win, “Millersville claims PSAC title”

11/4 – LNP

  • Continued coverage of graffiti on campus in,   “More racist graffiti found on campus”
  • Coverage of Millersville’s loss against Kutztown, “Bears erupt, put away Marauders”

11/3 – LNP – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in

  • “Saturday forecast: Breezy & cooler, with some sun”
  • “Rain & wind Friday night caused some problems in Lancaster County”
  • “This winter promises to be whiter, wetter and colder, local forecaster says; El Niño drives stormier forecast”

11/2 – Coverage of hate speech graffiti on campus

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Nov. 5

Nov. 6

Nov. 9

  • MU Dept. of Music: Orchestral Masterworks
  • Women’s Volleyball vs. PSAC Semifinals, TBD
  • Women’s Soccer at NCAA First and Second Round, TBD
  • Men’s Basketball at Shepherd, 7 p.m.
  • Field Hockey at Slippery Rock, 3 p.m.

Nov. 10

  • Admissions Open House
  • Wrestling at Washington and Jefferson Invitational, 9:45 a.m.
  • Football at Mercyhurst, 12 p.m.
  • Men’s Soccer at NCAA Second Round, TBD
  • Women’s Volleyball vs. PSAC Championship, TBD
  • Women’s Basketball vs. Notre Dame College, 2 p.m.
  • Men’s Basketball vs. Wheeling Jesuit University, Shepherd University Classic, 4 p.m.

Nov. 16 – Inclusive Postsecondary Symposium: Join Us Nov. 16

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November 2, 2018

‘Ville Daily | November 2, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Diversity to Inclusion Open Forum

New Today: “Mass Murder, Media and Mania,” talk with Dr. Julie B. Wiest, Nov. 12

New Today: Now Available: Millersville University Research Newsletter, Fall 2018

New Today: Merger of the Offices of Financial Aid and Students Accounts

New Today: VOTE! VOTE! VOTE! on Tuesday, 11/6

New Today: APPLY NOW to Present at Made in Millersville

Vigil for Tia Stoltzfus, Monday, Nov. 5

Information Technology – myVille Password Expiration

Just Announced: Free and Discounted Student Tickets to the Arts This Weekend!

International Newsletter

Road Closures on Nov. 10

TODAY: Dream Warriors to Perform at Ware Center – Nov. 2, 7 p.m.

The latest edition of Marauder Connections Alumni & Friends newsletter is hot off the press!

GRADUATE SCHOOL FAIR on Nov. 8 with 70 grad schools and programs

Leave a legacy, submit a special note for the Honorary Gift Message booklet

MCW Cares 4 You

Millersville Parade GIFT CARD BINGO: Saturday 11/3

Millersville Borough Veterans Memorial Ceremony: Nov. 12 @ 10:30 a.m.

Veterans Day-Run, Walk, Roll

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: Race and Religion: Courageous Conversation, 11/6

Late Night Study Space

Class of 2019: Prepare to leave your mark. Come learn about the Senior Class Gift Committee.

Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age–Free Film & Panel Discussion, 11/15

Study in England May 2019–Mathematics and Romantic Poetry

Student Worker Opportunity for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

Office of the President Student Assistant Vacancies

2018/19 Compliance Training for Student Employees

Student Information: Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations

Institutional Review Board Student Information Sessions Available, 11/6 & 11/20

Nanofabrication Manufacturing Technology Recruitment Seminar, 11/8

CHEP October and November 2018 Events

Marauders Lead Fall 2018 Schedule

Resident Assistant Information Sessions

HARP showcases the New Social Advocacy Living-Learning Community

TODAY: Reminder – Withdrawal Deadline
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FACULTY/STAFF

TODAY: Donuts & Development, 8:30-9:30, McNairy Room 117

Appointment of Interim Associate VP for Finance and Administration

November 2018 PASSHE Academy Faculty & Staff Development Opportunities

2018/19 Compliance Training for Faculty and Staff Members

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NEWS RELEASES

Abbey Ford is new Student Rep to Millersville Borough

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MEDIA COVERAGE

11/2 – LNP – Brief on MU field hockey win over Bloomsburg 1-0

11/1 – LNP

  • Feature on Millersville University senior Emily Lockley, “Potter Emily Lockley stays centered in life and art”
  • MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Looks for a 70-degree day today with showers possible overnight in Lancaster County”

11/1 – Snapper

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Nov. 2

Nov. 3

  • Women’s Rugby Tournament, 9 a.m.
  • Field Hockey vs. Mansfield, 12 p.m.
  • Volleyball vs. East Stroudsburg, 1 p.m.
  • Football vs. Kutztown, 4 p.m.
  • Women’s Cross Country vs. PSAC Championships, Edinboro, 11 a.m.
  • Women’s Swimming at Lock Haven, 1 p.m.
  • Wrestling at Delaware Valley, 12 p.m.
  • Club 42 – Seth Weaver Quartet
  • Fall Showcase 2018 – Time Capsule

Nov. 4

  • Death by Puccini
  • Women’s Soccer at PSAC Championship, 1 p.m.
  • Men’s Soccer at PSAC Championship, 4 p.m.

Nov. 5 – Diversity to Inclusion Open Forum #3

Nov. 6

Nov. 16 – Inclusive Postsecondary Symposium: Join Us Nov. 16

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November 1, 2018

‘Ville Daily | November 1, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Vigil for Tia Stoltzfus, Monday, Nov. 5

New Today: Information Technology – myVille Password Expiration

New Today: Just Announced: Free and Discounted Student Tickets to the Arts This Weekend!

New Today: International Newsletter

New Today: Road Closures on Nov. 10

Meeting to Discuss Alternative Spring Break Trip: DISASTER RELIEF EFFORT

Joint Math Colloquium – Dr. Jason Labonte, Dept. of Chemistry, F&M College, Thursday, Nov. 1

Dream Warriors to Perform at Ware Center – Nov. 2, 7 p.m.

The latest edition of Marauder Connections Alumni & Friends newsletter is hot off the press!

GRADUATE SCHOOL FAIR on Nov. 8 with 70 grad schools and programs

Leave a legacy, submit a special note for the Honorary Gift Message booklet

MCW Cares 4 You

Millersville Parade GIFT CARD BINGO: Saturday 11/3

Millersville Borough Veterans Memorial Ceremony: Nov. 12 @ 10:30 a.m.

Veterans Day-Run, Walk, Roll

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: Have Coffee with a Cop – Today at Saxbys

New Today: Late Night Study Space

New Today: Class of 2019: Prepare to leave your mark. Come learn about the Senior Class Gift Committee.

New Today: Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age–Free Film & Panel Discussion, 11/15

New Today: Study in England May 2019–Mathematics and Romantic Poetry

New Today: Substance Use Support Group

Student Worker Opportunity for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

Office of the President Student Assistant Vacancies

2018/19 Compliance Training for Student Employees

Student Information: Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations

Institutional Review Board Student Information Sessions Available, 11/6 & 11/20

Nanofabrication Manufacturing Technology Recruitment Seminar, 11/8

CHEP October and November 2018 Events

“I Studied Abroad, You Can Too!” – Student Information Panel, Nov. 1

Marauders Lead Fall 2018 Schedule

Resident Assistant Information Sessions

On Campus International Internship Opportunity – Spring 2019 – Apply by 11/1

HARP Showcases the New Social Advocacy Living-Learning Community

Reminder – Withdrawal Deadline
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FACULTY/STAFF

Appointment of Interim Associate VP for Finance and Administration

November 2018 PASSHE Academy Faculty & Staff Development Opportunities

2018/19 Compliance Training for Faculty and Staff Members

Donuts? Yes! Join us for casual conversations on Nov. 2!

Faculty: Verification of Attendance Required by Friday, Nov. 2

IRB Faculty Sessions Available

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NEWS RELEASES

‘Ville Makes Best Online Programs List

Professor Turned Author, Dr. Robert Spicer

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MEDIA COVERAGE

11/1 – LNP

  • Feature on Cameron Horst, includes interview with MU’s Eric Horst, “In rock climbing or football, Manheim Township’s Cam Horst reaches the pinnacle”
  • MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Look for 70 degree day”
  • All Campus Musical; Jazz At The ‘Ville; “Life As We Know It” at Eckert Art Gallery; and “existing side-by-side” at Sykes Gallery all included in Entertainment section
  • Feature and photo on Penn Square Music Festival Concert Series

10/31 – Snapper

10/31 – Reading Eagle – Arts events at Ware Center included in, “In Concert: Through November 7”

10/31 – LNP – Opinion piece by professor emeritus Dr. Dennis Downey, “Asylums used as Halloween venues capitalize on anguish”

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Nov. 2

Nov. 3

  • Women’s Rugby Tournament, 9 a.m.
  • Field Hockey vs. Mansfield, 12 p.m.
  • Volleyball vs. East Stroudsburg, 1 p.m.
  • Football vs. Kutztown, 4 p.m.
  • Women’s Cross Country vs. PSAC Championships, Edinboro, 11 a.m.
  • Women’s Swimming at Lock Haven, 1 p.m.
  • Wrestling at Delaware Valley, 12 p.m.
  • Club 42 – Seth Weaver Quartet
  • Fall Showcase 2018 – Time Capsule

Nov. 4

  • Death by Puccini
  • Women’s Soccer at PSAC Championship, 1 p.m.
  • Men’s Soccer at PSAC Championship, 4 p.m.

Nov. 5 – Diversity to Inclusion Open Forum #3

Nov. 6

Nov. 16 – Inclusive Postsecondary Symposium: Join Us Nov. 16

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‘Ville Bulletin October 31, 2018

’Ville Bulletin | October 31, 2018

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

Halloween Reminders

Dear Millersville University Students:

As we enter into the last week of October, many are preparing for Halloween celebrations on campus and within the Millersville/Lancaster community. Although these celebrations provide opportunities to socialize and positively impact those around us, Halloween is also a time when thoughtfulness and sensitivity can be forgotten, especially when selecting a costume.

It’s important to be mindful that making/buying/wearing a costume based on a culture different from your own has the potential to negatively impact the inclusive community we as an institution strive to maintain. Costumes that alienate or ridicule segments of our community based on race, nationality, religious beliefs or gender expression disrupt Millersville University’s sense of inclusivity and unity, and should be avoided. Examples include wearing feathered headdresses, turbans, “war paint” or other skin tone modifications.

While Millersville University is a campus that promotes both free expression and inclusivity, we hope that you would consider selecting a costume this Halloween season, not a culture. As a campus community, the action of one affects us all.

No matter how you choose to participate in Halloween festivities, we encourage everyone to be safe and thoughtful during your celebration.

Happy Halloween,

Brian Hazlett

Vice President, Student Affairs and Enrollment Management