October 17, 2018

‘Ville Daily | October 17, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: A FREE Screening of “Blackkklansman” – Oct. 18

New Today: Cyber Security Awareness Month Daily Tip – Oct. 17

New Today: This Weekend in the Arts: Latin Roots

New Today: WITF Premiere Screening of “Going Home”

Career advice: how to get into graduate school and beyond – Dr. Emily Sergel, Oct. 18

Call for Proposals open for 6th annual Global Well-Being and Social Change Conference

Millersville Field Hockey – Free Kids Clinic

Remembering the APSCUF Strike

Save the Date – International Education Week, Nov. 12-16

International Tea Time – Thursday

Scholastic Book Fair Oct. 15-17

Study/Service Abroad summer trip to Mexico

The 2018 International Policy Conference – “ The Power of Media”

Reminder – Fall Semester Academic & Administration Building Fire Drills

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

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

Winter Session Registration Now Open!

Senior Portrait Sessions

How to Love Better: Purple Carnival

Walker Center presents “-Ism” Series

Volunteers Needed: Positive Change Conference Rethinking Diversity
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FACULTY/STAFF

AFSCME 2421 Newsletter

Workshop – Relating Research to Global Learning – Thursday

Register now for Camp Idea ~ Jan. 7-11

2018 December Commencement

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NEWS RELEASES

No. 8 field hockey loses back and forth battle with No. 5 Shippensburg, 3-2

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MEDIA COVERAGE

10/17 – LNP

  • “Every Pennsylvania state university but Millersville and West Chester enrolled fewer students last year”
  • MU meteorologist Eric Horst quoted in, “Cold front brings autumnal conditions to Lancaster County for the week”

10/17 – WGAL – Coverage of MU’s enrollment increase within story about PASSHE schools’ declining enrollments

10/17 – PennLive – Millersville University’s enrollment increase mentioned in, “Enrollment at state-owned universities hits new low”

10/17 – Reading Eagle – Millersville’s enrollment increase mentioned in,  “Pennsylvania State System schools’ enrollment slide continues”

10/16 – Read the latest issue of The Snapper

10/16 – FOX43 – Dr. Kelsey Backels interviewed on mental health services for students, “The College Mental Health Crisis: a new generation, new problems, new local solutions”

EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

10/17 – Men’s Soccer vs. Bloomsburg

10/18

10/19 – Club 42: Edmar Casteneda Quartet with Andrea Tierra

10/20

  • Admissions Open House
  • Field Hockey vs. Mercyhurst
  • Women’s Soccer vs. Clarion
  • Football vs. Malone
  • Global Music: Gina Chavez

10/21

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