‘Ville Daily | August 3, 2020
FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS
‘Ville Daily will be published twice a week through the summer.
New Today – Promotion, Tenure and Sabbatical Leave Awards
From July 30 – Fall 2020 Semester Bills
From July 30 – Veteran Enrollment Certification Forms Due Now!
STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED
New Today – Hiring Educational Support Coaches Fall 2020
From July 30 – COVID -19 Wellness Update
From July 30 – New Housing Blog Post: How to Handle Stress
From July 30 – Learn About Multi-Factor Authentication for Faculty & Staff
From July 30 – TIAA Financial Consultant Virtual Appointments
From July 30 – Welcome New Employees!
From July 30 – Dr. Nazli Hardy to Present on Forum on August 7
8/3 – PA Post – Millersville President Wubah interviewed for article – ‘I’d be nuts not to be anxious’: Pa. college administrators prepare for unpredictable fall semester
8/2 – LNP/Lancaster Online – Ware Center mentioned in Can downtown Lancaster recover from its COVID-19 coma?
8/1 – LNP/LancasterOnline –
Alumnus mentioned in Ex-Millersville star Charlie Parker is enjoying a basketball life
Retired professor Dennis B. Downey mentioned in ‘Experimental medical treatments and psychological trauma’: A look back at Pennhurst’s history of horror [The Scribbler]
Eric Horst mentioned in This July ‘likely’ hottest on record: Millersville University meteorologist Eric Horst
7/31 – LNP/LancasterOnline – MU mentioned Franklin & Marshall College announces cancellation of all fall sports due to COVID-19 concerns
7/30 – LNP/LancasterOnline – LNP|LancasterOnline sports roundtable chats with Millersville, Lancaster Bible College athletic directors
7/31 – The Burg –
MU mentioned in Happenings: Our August Calendar of Events
MU alumnus Lavelle Muhammad featured in Breaking Walls, Building Lives: At Nativity School, Lavelle Muhammad educates, prepares boys for life
7/31 – My Ches Co – Alumna mentioned in Chester County Commissioners Announce Key Administrative Leadership Appointments
7/30 – Florida Catholic – MU professor mentioned in Zoom allows AIM retreat to continue
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