January 23, 2019

‘Ville Daily | January 23, 2019

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: MU Art & Design Hosts Bloom Exhibit Reception and Artists’ Talk at Sykes Gallery Monday 1/28/2019, 5-7 p.m.

New Today: Campus Community Invitation: Tell/Clair Event on 1/31 @ 12 noon

Demystifying Dyslexia: Jan. 26, Resource Day for students, parents, and teachers

Campus Wireless Network Changes

MLK Week Schedule

Spring Dining Hours 2019

2018 Electronic W-2 announcement

Millersville’s Campus Becoming More Pedestrian Friendly

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: Race, Refugees, and Building Culture of Welcome: Feb. 19

New Today: 2019-2020 Resident Assistant Information Session

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

New Today: Spring 2019 Organization Outbreak – Jan. 24

Information Session for Students Conducting Research

Join us this semester for Courageous Conversations

$5,000 Available for Summer Research! Apply Now!

Important: Students’ Responsibilities for Added / Dropped Classes

Student Members Wanted: Marauder Fund Student Investment Association

University Dining is Hiring

Application Open for Orientation Leaders, Peer Educators, PSSI Mentors and Resident Assistants

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: 2019 Alumni Award Nominations (Jan. 30 deadline)

New Today: REMINDER OF FACULTY REPORTING RESPONSIBILITIES RE: CLASS ATTENDANCE

Reminder to Faculty Applying for Promotion and/or Tenure in the 2018-19 Cycle and Their Respective Chairs, Deans and Vice Presidents

Ask IT

IRB Faculty Sessions

Reminder – Policy on Missed Class Time for Student-Athletes

Change to March 23rd Admissions Recruitment Event

SAVE THE DATE – NSF Officers to visit Millersville!

SERS Retirement Q & A – 1/31/2019

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NEWS RELEASES

Pucillo Pool Upgrades

Head Start Heads into New Semester

Marauders shoot for four in a row Wednesday

Greene named PSAC Indoor Field Athlete of the Week once again

Faulkner wins second PSAC East Freshman of the Week award

Marauders return home to host Lock Haven

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MEDIA COVERAGE

1/23 – LNP –

  • Daniel Wubah interviewed in, “Sharing system’ plan would allow Millersville students to take courses at any state-owned university”
  • Sunflower Greene named PSAC Indoor Field Athlete of the Week, included in “Local Digest”
  • Jaden Faulkner named PSAC East Freshman of the Week, included in “Local Digest”

1/22 – LNP – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Overnight shelters in Lancaster County let guests stick around during the day because of the cold”

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Jan. 23

  • Women’s Basketball vs. Lock Haven, 5:30 p.m.
  • Men’s Basketball vs. Lock Haven, 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 24-25 – Flamenco Vivo – Voces Del Sur

Jan. 25

  • Women’s Indoor Track and Field at Bison Open, 2 p.m.
  • Women’s Indoor Track and Field at F&M Blue and White Invitational, 4 p.m.

Jan. 26

Jan. 27 – Wrestling at Lock Haven, 1 p.m.

Jan. 30

  • Women’s Basketball at East Stroudsburg, 6 p.m.
  • Men’s Basketball at East Stroudsburg, 8 p.m.

Feb. 1 – Wrestling vs. Gannon, 7 p.m.

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January 22, 2019

‘Ville Daily | January 22, 2019

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: MLK Week Schedule-Update

New Today: Demystifying Dyslexia: Jan. 26, Resource Day for students, parents, and teachers

New Today: Campus Wireless Network Changes

MLK Week Schedule

Spring Dining Hours 2019

2018 Electronic W-2 announcement

Millersville’s Campus Becoming More Pedestrian Friendly

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: Information Session for Students Conducting Research

New Today: Join us this semester for Courageous Conversations

New Today: $5,000 Available for Summer Research! Apply Now!

New Today: Important: Students’ Responsibilities for Added / Dropped Classes

New Today: Student Members Wanted: Marauder Fund Student Investment Association

University Dining is Hiring

Application Open for Orientation Leaders, Peer Educators, PSSI Mentors and Resident Assistants

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Reminder to Faculty Applying for Promotion and/or Tenure in the 2018-19 Cycle and Their Respective Chairs, Deans and Vice Presidents

New Today: Ask IT

New Today: IRB Faculty Sessions

New Today: Reminder – Policy on Missed Class Time for Student-Athletes

Change to March 23rd Admissions Recruitment Event

SAVE THE DATE – NSF Officers to visit Millersville!

SERS Retirement Q & A – 1/31/2019

Take a Hike! Register your team now

Red Dress Invitation 2019

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NEWS RELEASES

MU English Department Hosts Conference on Dyslexia

Updated Dean’s List – Fall 2018

Marauders storm back to win thriller at Kutztown

Despite career game from Mottern, Marauders lose to Kutztown, 78-63

Greene sets PSAC record in weight throw; Marauders pick up PSAC qualifiers

Wrestling tops American International but drops two at Kuztown Duals

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MEDIA COVERAGE

Jan. 22 – LNP – MU meteorologist Eric Horst quoted in, “Freeze Frame”

Jan. 21 – LNP

  • Feature on MLK Breakfast, “Entrepreneur at 31st MLK Breakfast: Financial illiteracy is the ‘civil rights issue of our generation’”
  • Column by MU student Devin Marino, “Reflections on MLK and a rocky childhood”

Jan. 20 – LNP

  • MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in:
    • “Why so little snow? Higher-than-expected temps led to swift changeover to rain, local forecasters say”
    • “We ‘dodged a bullet’: Above-freezing temps helped subdue snowfall Saturday, but a deep freeze may still hamper travel”
    • “Bad weather? Good meals! Plus, yoga on a mission, haiku to warm you, more: A new Sunday”
  • Professor Dr. John McLarnon quoted in, “A hundred years after Prohibition: Why did it start? (And did the booze disappear in Lancaster County?)”
  • “In the Spotlight: Millersville University professor Mary Glazier leads student researchers into real-world projects”

Jan. 19 – LNP

  • “Millersville University temporarily closes portion of East Frederick St. to create pedestrian pathway”
  • MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in:
    • “Winter storm moderates; ‘little or no snow accumulation’ expected in Lancaster”
    • “Live updates, traffic cams: Unpredictable, messy winter storm to start Saturday evening”

Jan. 18 – LNP

  • Eric Horst included in,
    • “Here’s the forecast for the winter storm in Lancaster County this weekend [Updated]”
    • “Replay: Eric Horst talks about the incoming snowstorm beginning Saturday afternoon”

Jan. 18 – Bucks Local News – Profile on alum Corinne Lyczkowski, “Corinne Lyczkowski named acting assistant principal at Pennsbury High School”

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Jan. 22 – Spring 2019 Classes Begin

Jan. 23

  • Women’s Basketball vs. Lock Haven, 5:30 p.m.
  • Men’s Basketball vs. Lock Haven, 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 24-25 – Flamenco Vivo – Voces Del Sur

Jan. 25

  • Women’s Indoor Track and Field at Bison Open, 2 p.m.
  • Women’s Indoor Track and Field at F&M Blue and White Invitational, 4 p.m.

Jan. 26

Jan. 27 – Wrestling at Lock Haven, 1 p.m.

Jan. 30

  • Women’s Basketball at East Stroudsburg, 6 p.m.
  • Men’s Basketball at East Stroudsburg, 8 p.m.

Feb. 1 – Wrestling vs. Gannon, 7 p.m.

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’Ville Bulletin | January 18, 2019

’Ville Bulletin | January 18, 2019

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

With the forecast for snow, ice and sleet this weekend, it’s a good time to remind the University Community about our policy on delays and cancellations.

 Millersville University is committed to the safety and well-being of our students, faculty and staff.

In the event of inclement weather or other unusual conditions, Millersville University may either close or announce a delay. At approximately 5:30 a.m., the Vice President for Finance and Administration begins the process of gathering information in order to consult with the President and Provost on a decision based on the latest weather forecast from our meteorologist. Several factors are considered before a decision is made to delay or cancel classes. Consultation occurs with the Millersville University Police and Facilities personnel on the status of accessibility to walking paths and parking lots.

Since a large percentage of our students reside in the residence halls or live close to campus in Millersville, we make every effort to keep the campus open and to teach classes. The Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs has emphasized to the faculty that commuting students who are unable to make it to class due to inclement weather and severe driving conditions will not be penalized. In all cases of inclement weather and severe driving conditions, faculty, staff and students should exercise due caution and make the final determination as to whether they feel it is safe to commute in these circumstances.

Please also see our policy on delays and cancellations found here https://www.millersville.edu/delays.php.

 

 

January 17, 2019

‘Ville Daily | January 17, 2019

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is published twice a week during winter break.

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

New Today: MLK Week Schedule

New Today: MLK 2019 Commemorative March

New Today: Spring Dining Hours 2019

New Today: 2018 Electronic W-2 announcement

Millersville’s Campus Becoming More Pedestrian Friendly

Campus Announcement of death of Dr. John Ellsworth Winter

Winter Dining Hours

Boyer Building Exterior Entrance Door Repairs

The Office of Visual and Performing Arts supports faculty in their teaching/classroom experience through the Curricular Connections Guide

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: University Dining is Hiring

Application Open for Orientation Leaders, Peer Educators, PSSI Mentors and Resident Assistants

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Change to March 23rd Admissions Recruitment Event

New Today: SAVE THE DATE – NSF Officers to visit Millersville!

New Today: SERS Retirement Q & A – 1/31/2019

New Today: Take a Hike! Register your team now

New Today: Red Dress Invitation 2019

TITLE IX RESPONSIBILITIES FOR FACULTY

PEBTF Group Coaching Flyer – Weight Management

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NEWS RELEASES

State System Highlights

Faculty/Staff Updates for January

The Place to Go for all Things Millersville

Behind Faulkner, Marauders end 11-year drought with road win at Bloomsburg

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MEDIA COVERAGE

1/16 – Millersville University’s lack of hazing incidents included in reports by:

ABC 27 –  “University hazing incidents published under new law”

FOX29 – “New reports show wide range of Pennsylvania college hazing”

1/16 – WGAL – MU mentioned in Chancellor Greenstein’s comments at inauguration

1/16 – FUN 101.3 – Professor Duane Hagelgans interviewed about volunteerism, to air on Sunday, Jan. 20

1/16 – LNP

  • MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Clipper system could bring 1 to 2 inches of light snow to Lancaster County overnight Thursday”
  • MU alum Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter performed at governor’s inauguration, “Inauguration 2019: Celebration at the Farm Show Complex & Expo Center features Philly natives The Roots”
  • Wrestler Shane Ruhnke named PSAC’s Wrestler of the Week, included in “Local Digest”

1/15 – LNP

  • MU mentioned in, “Lancaster Catholic High School seniors learn business basics in Millersville University dual-credit entrepreneurship course”
  • MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “2 winter storms are headed toward Lancaster County. How much snow could they bring?”

1/15 – The News Tribune – Millersville University’s lack of hazing incidents included in, “New postings show wide range of Pennsylvania college hazing”

1/14 – LNP – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “More snow possible later this week in Lancaster County”

1/9 – Construction Business Owner – MU’s honorable mention included in, “U.S. Green Building Council and Second Nature Announce 2018 Winners of Higher Education Climate Leadership Awards’

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Jan. 18

  • Women’s Indoor Track and Field at NYC Gotham Cup, 10 a.m.
  • Wrestling vs. LIU Post, 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 19

Jan. 20 – Residence Halls open at 12 p.m.

Jan. 22 – Spring 2019 Classes Begin

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’Ville Notice | January 15, 2019

’Ville Notice | January 15, 2019

INFORMATION FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

Attention Campus Community,

There will be live streams for both the swearing-in/State of the System address and the Board of Governors meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 16.

State of the System Address
Watch a live stream of Chancellor Greenstein’s inaugural “State of the System” address Wednesday, Jan. 16 at 11:30 a.m.

https://passhe.zoom.us/j/200208294

Board of Governors Meeting
Watch a live stream of the quarterly Board of Governors meeting Wednesday, Jan. 16 at 1 p.m.

http://ducmediasite.passhe.edu/Mediasite/Play/84faef3b32fa493ba208eff05c12eb401d

Please note: The link requires you to download/run Zoom on a desktop, tablet or smartphone. You will need to download the free app.

 

January 14, 2019

‘Ville Daily | January 14, 2019

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is published twice a week during winter break.

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Millersville’s Campus Becoming More Pedestrian Friendly

New Today: Campus Announcement of death of Dr. John Ellsworth Winter

New Today: Winter Dining Hours

New Today: Boyer Building Exterior Entrance Door Repairs

The Office of Visual and Performing Arts supports faculty in their teaching/classroom experience through the Curricular Connections Guide

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

Application Open for Orientation Leaders, Peer Educators, PSSI Mentors and Resident Assistants

Register for Spring Org Outbreak!

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: TITLE IX RESPONSIBILITIES FOR FACULTY

New Today: PEBTF Group Coaching Flyer – Weight Management

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NEWS RELEASES

MU Honors Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Dean’s List for Fall 2018

Ruhnke wins, Marauders place three at “Shorty” for first time in 10 years

Marauders get back on the track at Coach I Open

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MEDIA COVERAGE

1/13 – LNP

  • Coverage of Dr. Rita Smith-Wade-El’s memorial services, “Fond Final Farewell”
  • Profile on MU senior Sunflower Greene, “Greene on track for more success”
  • Eric Horst included in, “More snow may be on the way today”
  • Obituary for Dr. John Ellsworth Winter
  • MU’s indoor track team’s wins at Franklin & Marshall’s Coach I Open & wrestling’s wins at “Shorty” Hitchcock Memorial Classic included in “Local Digest”

1/12 – LNP – MU meteorologist Eric Horst quoted in, “Snow Saturday night could be followed by more on Sunday”

1/10 – LNP – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Wind advisory in effect in Lancaster County; Forecasters eye possibility of weekend snow”

1/10 – WGAL – Interview with Jayme Trogus on Millersville University’s “It’s On Us” grant

1/10 – Philadelphia Tribune – MU’s “It’s On Us” grant mentioned in “Gov. Wolf stands against proposed Title IX changes”

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Jan. 16 – Women’s Basketball (5:30 p.m.) & Men’s Basketball (7:30 p.m.) at Bloomsburg

Jan. 18

  • Women’s Indoor Track and Field at NYC Gotham Cup, 10 a.m.
  • Wrestling vs. LIU Post, 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 19

Jan. 20 – Residence Halls open at 12 p.m.

Jan. 22 – Spring 2019 Classes Begin

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January 10, 2019

‘Ville Daily | January 10, 2019

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is published twice a week during winter break.

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: The Office of Visual and Performing Arts supports faculty in their teaching/classroom experience through the Curricular Connections Guide

Updated – Appointment of Diane L. Copenhaver, Executive Director of Human Resources/CHRO

A Fresh Look to MU’s Homepage is Coming!

Funeral arrangements for Dr. Rita Smith-Wade-El

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: Application Open for Orientation Leaders, Peer Educators, PSSI Mentors and Resident Assistants

New Today: Register for Spring Org Outbreak!

Student Support Services Related to Dr. Rita Smith-Wade-El’s Passing

Student Worker Needed at the Ware Center

Updated Compliance Training Information for Student Employees

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FACULTY/STAFF

Updated Compliance Training Information for All Employees

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NEWS RELEASES

State System Highlights

Marauders Serve in Costa Rica

Marauders can’t find run in loss to Shippensburg

Marauders explode on offense in 89-76 win against Shippensburg

A Century of Opportunities: Celebrating 100 years of women’s intercollegiate athletics

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MEDIA COVERAGE

1/10 – LNP

  • Editorial on Dr. Rita Smith-Wade-El, “The unforgettable Rita Smith-Wade-El”
  • Coverage of MU’s “It’s On Us” grant, “Millersville, Elizabethtown receive $50K in grants to combat campus sexual assault”
  • Feature on “Bloom: A Collection of Invited & Juried Artists” at Sykes Gallery, “Art in ‘Bloom’”

1/9 – Millersville University receives “It’s On Us” grant, coverage included in:

1/9 – York Daily Record – “Man saves heirloom desk from bonfire, returns it to Millersville University decades later”

1/8 – LNP

  • Feature on MLK activities at MU, “‘Achieving Economic Equity’ theme for Jan. 21 Martin Luther King Breakfast at Millersville University”
  • MU included in, “Senator to be key player for schools”
  • MU meteorologist Eric Horst quoted in, “Snow, slippery conditions possible this weekend in Lancaster County”

1/8 – York Daily Record – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Will central Pa. get covered with snow this weekend? There’s a 50-50 chance…”

12/19 – LNP – Feature on professor Victor Capecce, “In the Spotlight: Victor Capecce gets technical with theater students”

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Jan. 12 –

  • Women’s Swimming at East Stroudsburg, 1 p.m.
  • Women’s Basketball (1 p.m.) & Men’s Basketball (3 p.m.) vs. Mansfield
  • Wrestling vs. “Shorty” Hitchcock Memorial Classic, 9 a.m.
  • Women’s Indoor Track and Field at Coach I Open, 10 a.m.

Jan. 16 – Women’s Basketball (5:30 p.m.) & Men’s Basketball (7:30 p.m.) at Bloomsburg

Jan. 18

  • Women’s Indoor Track and Field at NYC Gotham Cup, 10 a.m.
  • Wrestling vs. LIU Post, 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 19

Jan. 20 – Residence Halls open at 12 p.m.

Jan. 22 – Spring 2019 Classes Begin

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January 7, 2019

‘Ville Daily | January 7, 2019

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is published twice a week during winter break.

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Appointment of Diane L. Copenhaver, Executive Director of Human Resources/CHRO

New Today: Ad Astra Maintenance Special Announcement for Jan. 7 & 8

New Today: A Fresh Look to MU’s Homepage is Coming!

Funeral arrangements for Dr. Rita Smith-Wade-El

Purchasing and Facilities Department Reorganization

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: Student Support Services Related to Dr. Rita Smith-Wade-El’s Passing

New Today: Student Worker Needed at the Ware Center

New Today: Updated Compliance Training Information for Student Employees

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Updated Compliance Training Information for All Employees

Invitation to Spring Faculty Colloquium: February 5, 2019

Dress Red Invitation

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NEWS RELEASES

Ruhnke leads Marauders at F&M Open with a second-place finish

Women’s swimming competes in Lynn Invitational in sunny Florida

Marauders go down to the wire but ultimately fall to West Chester, 66-64

West Chester uses second-chance buckets, defense to top Millersville

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MEDIA COVERAGE

1/7 – LNP – Profile of MU alum Craig Lefever, “New president of Strasburg Rail Road began working on the heritage railroad as a teenager”

1/6 – LNP

  • Millersville University included in, “LNP 225: Reagan celebrated at Millersville University speech”
  • Profile of MU alum, “In the Spotlight: How Eric Dieter is building a community, one guitar lesson at a time”

1/5 – Black News and Information – “Remembering Rita Smith-Wade-El, a longtime Millersville University professor & social justice advocate”

1/4 – LNP – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Expect mild, rainy pattern to stick around through next week in Lancaster County”

1/3 – York Daily Record – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Tired of the rain? Central Pa. to stay in stormy pattern, meteorologist says”

1/3 – Lebanon Daily News – MU meteorologist Eric Horst quoted in, “Stormy pattern to bring more rain to central Pa. – snow lovers will need to wait longer”

1/2 – The Lititz Record Express – MU nursing student included in, “A ‘miraculous’ turnaround”

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Jan. 9 – Men’s Basketball vs. Shippensburg, 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 12 –

  • Women’s Swimming at East Stroudsburg, 1 p.m.
  • Women’s Basketball (1 p.m.) & Men’s Basketball (3 p.m.) vs. Mansfield
  • Wrestling vs. “Shorty” Hitchcock Memorial Classic, 9 a.m.
  • Women’s Indoor Track and Field at Coach I Open, 10 a.m.

Jan. 16 – Women’s Basketball (5:30 p.m.) & Men’s Basketball (7:30 p.m.) at Bloomsburg

Jan. 18

  • Women’s Indoor Track and Field at NYC Gotham Cup, 10 a.m.
  • Wrestling vs. LIU Post, 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 19

Jan. 20 – Residence Halls open at 12 p.m.

Jan. 22 – Spring 2019 Classes Begin

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’Ville Bulletin | January 4, 2019

’Ville Bulletin | January 4, 2019

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

Telephone System Maintenance

On Sunday, January 6, an upgrade will occur to replace the campus telephone central switches. This is the final phase of the VOIP project for Millersville and will require a short period of down time in order to move and test key cabling between older and newer hardware. Phones will be unavailable beginning at 8 a.m., and may remain offline until 12 noon. Please contact the help desk at 717-871-777 or help.desk@millersville.edu with any questions or concerns.

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Protect your identity – never provide your username and or password in response to an email telling you that they are needed.  If you suspect an email is a phishing attempt, send it to help.desk@millersville.edu for verification.

 

January 3, 2019

‘Ville Daily | January 3, 2019

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

‘Ville Daily is published twice a week during winter break.

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Funeral arrangements for Dr. Rita Smith-Wade-El

New Today: Purchasing and Facilities Department Reorganization

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Invitation to Spring Faculty Colloquium: February 5, 2019

New Today: Dress Red Invitation

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NEWS RELEASES

Dr. Rita Smith-Wade-El: 1948-2018

December 16, 2018 Commencement Slideshow

Marauders lose final non-conference game of the season to Shepherd, 88-71

Marauders win tight game at Holy Family, 58-55

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MEDIA COVERAGE

1/2 – LNP – Eric Horst included in, “Temperatures in 40s likely through weekend in Lancaster County”

12/31 – LNP – MU meteorologist Eric Horst included in, “Lancaster County to end 2018 with, you guessed it, rain” and “Lancaster County had more rainy days in 2018 than Seattle’s average”

12/30 – LNP

  • Feature on passing of Dr. Rita Smith-Wade-El, “Admirers remember a ‘champion’”
  • President Daniel Wubah and coach Shelly Behrens included in “Wishes” for 2019 feature
  • Women’s basketball win against Holy Family included in “Local Digest”
  • Millersville University mentioned in historical story about 1993 ice, “Lancaster that Was: Icy conditions gripped county in 1993”
  • Professor Jeff Gemmell’s performance included in, “2018 year in review: 10 memorable moments in Lancaster music”

12/30 – Coverage of Dr. Rita Smith-Wade-El’s passing

12/29 – LNP – Eric Horst quoted in, “Lancaster County passes 5 feet of rain for the year, but rest of weekend should be dry”

12/28 – LNP

  • Eric Horst quoted in, “More wet weather expected Friday in Lancaster County, building on an already record year for rainfall”
  • Follow up on alum who received kidney transplant, “West Hempfield Township resident gets a surprise gift from Pittsburgh Penguins 1 month after kidney transplant”

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Jan. 5

  • Women’s Basketball (1 p.m.) & Men’s Basketball (3 p.m.) vs. West Chester
  • Women’s Swimming at Lynn University, 1 p.m.
  • Wrestling at David H. Lehman Open, 9 a.m.

Jan. 9 – Men’s Basketball vs. Shippensburg, 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 12 –

  • Women’s Swimming at East Stroudsburg, 1 p.m.
  • Women’s Basketball (1 p.m.) & Men’s Basketball (3 p.m.) vs. Mansfield
  • Wrestling vs. “Shorty” Hitchcock Memorial Classic, 9 a.m.

Jan. 19 – Pennsylvania Ballet II: Prince Charming

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