June 15, 2017

Ville Daily | June 15, 2017


(A Monday/Thursday publication during summer and breaks)



Update on Presidential Search

FINAL CALL for TEDxYouth@Lancaster tickets!

Legislative Update

Summer Pool Hours



Winter 2018 Service-Learning Study Abroad Opportunity in South Africa – Space is Limited!



Join Competition:  Enjoy free use of SMC Fitness Center

FACULTY/STAFF PARKING PASSES: The current faculty/staff permits expired 5/31/17.   Please use the online link to register for the new parking permit.

Reminder to Faculty – Summer Grading Policy



One of the “Keys for the City” at the Ware Center

Registration open for Coach Breitbach’s Football Academy



6/15 – LNPFront page article on pensions included interview with Millersville’s Dr. Tiffany Wright and student Megan Groff.

6/15 – WITF SmartTalk – Listen at 9 a.m. this morning for TEDxYouth speakers – http://www.witf.org/smart-talk/

6/15 – Library Journal – Millersville University Library is implementing an institutional repository (IR) solution developed by TIND, a commercial spin-off of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Millersville is the fourth U.S. university library to adopt one of TIND’s solutions.

6/14 – CBS 21 – Interview with Millersville’s Dr. Duane Hagelgans on the shooting in Virginia.

6/14 – LNPThe Scribbler column on mastodons included that information on them was obtained from H. Justin Roddy’s “Physical and Industrial Geography of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania,”’ Roddy was a Millersville State Normal School science teacher and director of Lancaster’s North Museum.

6/14 – State System Clips

6/13 – Listen to Podcast: Collin ‘Bear’ Shank talks with sports reporter John Walk for ‘Inspirational Athletes’ podcast.

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-108449648/inspirational-athletes-67

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/lancasteronline-podcasts/id1165527618?mt=2

Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Ijjt7hwjuhe2owru5bpocfoh6de

6/13 – University Business and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette“Pressures on Pa’s university system could force historic restructuring.

6/12 – The Morning Call – Ben Whitby, a sophomore at Millersville designed the exterior of the observatory at Emmaus High School.

6/11 – LNP – Millersville University contributed date for the article, “’A LIFESAVER’ Advocate program meets needs of kids with incarcerated parents, but faces uncertainty.”


EVENTS – view all

6/17 – TedXYouth@Lancaster at Winter Center

6/19 – School Budgeting & Finance Community Forum

Now – July 5 at Ware Center – Expanded Visions is a juried exhibition that embraces all forms of photography from the traditional darkroom to the digital image


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