November 16, 2018

Ville Daily | November 16, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Chief Diversity Officer Candidates Open Forums

Winter Weather Information

Holiday Poinsettia Fundraiser

Gender and Sexuality Alliance T-Shirt Fundraiser

Transgender Awareness Week

Millersville Turkey Trot – Nov. 22

Fall Student Art Sales

Millersville University Salutes our Campus Community Veterans

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: Millersville University Residence Hall Thanksgiving Break 2018 Bulletin

Substance Use Support Group

Reminder – Academy of American Poets STUDENT POETRY CONTEST

Study Abroad Open House

Go Abroad after Graduation (Peace Corps)

Go Abroad with Millersville

Textbook Grant Sponsored by the Student Government Association

PCCDI Call for Student Researchers
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FACULTY/STAFF

New Employee Welcome

Payroll Announcement! Change in pay day next week

Develop and Lead MU-Guided Programs Abroad

PCCDI Call for Research Mentors

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

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NEWS RELEASES

New Today: Read about Lydia Yeager and Drs. Hagelgans, Haines, Halawa and Nandedkar

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MEDIA COVERAGE

11/16 – LNP – Articles on snowstorm included interviews with MU’s Eric Horst.

11/15 – IB Times – Millersville students launch weather balloon

11/15 – Boston Herald, Yahoo Sports and other outlets – Feature story on Millersville alum and standout basketball player Ashley Moyer-Gleich. She is among five officials who were promoted Thursday by the NBA to full-time status.

11/15 – PA Environment Digest Blog – The RiverStewards organization is working with students at Millersville University on Susquehanna Storytelling– a series of blog articles, videos, and other means of educating people on what makes the Susquehanna River so special and important to the economy, the environment, and to our quality of life.

11/14 – Advertiser/Merchandisers – Millersville University (MU) has scheduled a variety of holiday performances ranging from “Irish Christmas in America” to “Glorious Stounds of the Season” and “I’ll Be Home for Christmas.”

EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

Nov. 16

Nov. 17

Nov. 18

Nov. 20 –

  • Women’s Basketball vs. Goldey-Beacom, 6 p.m. – home
  • Men’s Basketball at Jefferson, 6 p.m.

Nov. 22 – Millersville Turkey Trot

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‘Ville Bulletin – November 15, 2018

’Ville Bulletin | November 15, 2018

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

MU Closed at Noon

Due to the forecast and deteriorating driving conditions, Millersville University will close at noon today, November 15, 2018. All events after 12 p.m. on the main campus and the Ware Center are cancelled, this includes the Brossman Lecture.

The Thanksgiving lunch at The Hub will be served until noon. Health Services will remain open until 5 p.m.

The “Pirates of the Ville” event at Gordinier Hall will go on as planned from 4:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.

Policy on Delays & Cancellations

 

‘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.

‘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

 

 

October 25, 2018

‘Ville Daily | October 25, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Active Shooter Response Training on Campus Today/Tomorrow

New Today: Veterans Day-Run, Walk, Roll

New Today: This Weekend in the Arts

New Today: Cyber Security Awareness Month Daily Tip – Oct. 25

New Today: Caputo Hall Sidewalk Closure

New Today: Partial Dilworth Road Closure

New Today: Legislative Update from State System

Millersville University Literary Festival

Diversity to Inclusion Open Forums – Join Us!

MCW Cares 4 You

Today: Joint Math Colloquium, Oct. 25

Announcement about Veteran’s Day on Campus

Did You Sign the It’s On Us Pledge?

Millersville Field Hockey-Free Kids Clinic

Eckert Art Gallery Reception, Gallery Talk and Performance by 75 Dollar Bill

Inclusive Postsecondary Symposium: Join Us Nov. 16

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: Substance Use Support Group

New Today: HARP Showcases the New Social Advocacy Living-Learning Community

Have you been inside the Lombardo Welcome Center yet?

Office of the President Student Assistant Vacancies

Reminder – Withdrawal Deadline

Publishing Opportunity for Graduate Students

Race and Politics: Join Us for Our Next Courageous Conversation

Textbook Grant Sponsored by the Student Government Association

Volleyball White Out Game-First 100 MU Students Receive a Ville Volleyball Rally Towel

2018-2019 APSCUF-MU Scholarship Awards

MU Pep Band Seeking Performers for the 2018/19 Season

FREE registration for 2nd Annual Conference on Education and Poverty

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Purchasing Office: Reminders

New Today: Assistive Technology Lab Hosts Tech or Treat Open House, 10/31

Employee Flu Shot Clinic

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NEWS RELEASES

Life as We Know It Opens

MUPD Welcomes Three New Officers

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MEDIA COVERAGE

10/25 – LNP

  • Field hockey lost to East Stroudsburg 3-2.
  • Millersville junior Emily Bland was named PSAC Women’s Cross Country Athlete of the Week.
  • Inside/Out at The Ware Center.
  • Ware Center on Screen/In Person.
  • Jekyll and Hyde One Man Show at Ware Center.
  • Family-Friendly Halloweener at Ware Center.

10/24 – WalletHub – Millersville’s Professor Lexi Hutto was featured in WalletHub’s pieces about rewards credit cards and Capital One credit cards. You can find them here:  https://wallethub.com/credit-cards/rewards/#expert=Lexi_Hutto and here: https://wallethub.com/credit-cards/capital-one/#expert=Lexi_Hutto

10/24 – Baltimore Sun and NBC4 – Patterson basketball’s Gerard Mungo signs with Millersville U.

http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/high-school/bs-va-sp-mungo-patterson-basketball-1024-story.html

10/24 – ScreenWeb – Coverage of SGIA Expo – At the “Hiring the Next Generation” session, Donna M. Painter of Millersville University stressed the importance of basing hiring decisions not only on specific hard skills like production workflow or press operation knowledge, but also soft skills like strong work ethic and positive attitude.

10/24 – Reading Eagle –
“In Between” at The Ware Center.
“The Valley of Oaxaca”; through July 28 Ware Center.

10/24 – Advertisers/Merchandisers – Millersville University Theatre will present the musical “Jesus Christ Superstar” beginning Nov. 8.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

10/25

10/26

10/27

  • Women’s Swimming vs. Alderson Broaddus University, 10 a.m.
  • Volleyball vs. IUP, 1 p.m.
  • The Scare at the Ware

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October 12, 2018

‘Ville Daily | October 12, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: The 2018 International Policy Conference – “ The Power of Media”

New Today: Cyber Security Awareness Month Daily Tip – Oct. 12

Reminder – Fall Semester Academic & Administration Building Fire Drills

This Weekend in the Arts

Volunteers Wanted for Millersville Community-University Parade

Premiere Screening of Intelligent Lives

Academic Affairs Organizational Update

New Anchor Hours

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

New Today: How to Love Better: Purple Carnival

New Today: Homecoming Sale at the University Store

New Today: Walker Center presents “-Ism” Series

New Today: Volunteers Needed: Positive Change Conference Rethinking Diversity

Most Instagram-Worthy Places on Millersville’s Campus

Drop in to “Treat Yourself”

Homecoming Sale at University Store

Experience Buried Alive at Marauder Fan Fest

VOTE for the 2018 Homecoming Queen

Substance Use Support Group

Employment Opportunities for Made in Millersville!

Homecoming 2018 Student Event Schedule

Job & Internship Fair on Oct. 18 – download the Career Fair Plus app to view 150+ participating employers

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: 2018 December Commencement

New Today: Ganser Loop Closure

Textbook Adoptions due by 10/31

New Telephone Issues?

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NEWS RELEASES

MU Hosts Addiction Prevention Conference

No. 9 field hockey and No. 5 Shippensburg to be showcased by NCAA

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MEDIA COVERAGE

LNP – 10/12 –

Meetings Today – October –

Examples include the Ware Center. One of world-renowned architect Philip Johnson’s final projects, this world-class performing arts facility, operated by Millersville University and located in Lancaster City, is available for event rental.

Waste 360 – 10/11

Millersville’s Chris Steuer interviewed for “PepsiCo Recycling to Award Sustainable Colleges, Universities.”

10/10 – Advertisers/Merchandisers – Event at the Ware Center, “Show To Benefit Breast Cancer Awareness Efforts.”

10/10 – Lititz Record Express – Lititz Borough Police Department is teaming up with their friends from the Millersville University Police Department to sell their Pink Patch and Shirts to support the Suzanne H. Arnold Center for Breast Health, annual Breast-a-Ville event and the Diana & Marsha Breast Cancer Awareness Center.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

10/12 –

10/13 –

  • Millersville Community-University Parade – 9 a.m.
  • Women’s cross country at Gettysburg Invitational 10 a.m.
  • Football vs. Shippensburg, 2 p.m.
  • Men and Women’s golf at Revolutionary Golf Classic
  • Women’s volleyball at Kutztown, 1 p.m.

10/14 –

  • Soccer: Women (1 p.m.) and Men (3:30 p.m.) at Shippensburg
  • Men’s & Women’s Tennis vs. Jefferson, 1 p.m. at Millersville
  • Men’s and women’s golf at Revolutionary Golf Classic

10/16 – Field Hockey at Shippensburg

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‘Ville Bulletin October 11, 2018

’Ville Bulletin | October 11, 2018

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

Campus-Wide Facilities Survey

 The Millersville University facilities department requests your participation in a campus-wide survey that is designed to gather information on campus conditions, general satisfaction with services, and the department’s work order process and performance.

Your answers to these questions will be invaluable in helping the department improve responses to your needs. On average this survey should take 10 minutes to complete, yet your answers will make a world of difference as we work together to create a better campus for all. Please click here to complete the survey.

MU and PASSHE have partnered with a facilities benchmarking and analysis firm, Sightlines, to administer this survey.

Thank you for your help and for taking the time to share your thoughts and impressions.

 

October 4, 2018

‘Ville Daily | October 4, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: When Race Determines Life or Death: Policing in America

New Today: Art Walk Weekend and We the People First Friday at the Ware Center

New Today: Cyber Security Awareness Month Daily Tip – Oct 4 2018

Pridefest-October 12

Call for Entries—Veteran’s Day Spoken Word Performance

PrideFest Annual Photo-October 12

PSECU Raises $444 for Campus Cupboard With Their Relocation Celebration

Partial Dilworth Road Closure

October is Campus Sustainability Month: Event List

International Newsletter – September

Help MU Retain Title of College Green Commute Champion

Premiere Screening of “Intelligent Lives”

YWCA Sexual Assault Hotline Training

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STUDENT NEWS AND GET INVOLVED

Today: Listening Tour with Dr. Wubah-October 4

New Today: Register your Org for Marauder Fan Fest

New Today: Substance Use Support Group

New Today: CHEP October and November 2018 Events

Wanted – Students Helping Admissions Recruit Prospects (SHARP Team)

Who is Anita Hill?: The U.S. Supreme Court & the #MeToo Movement

Student Research Application for Funding – Deadline Extended!

PASSHE STEM Conference: Applications are due Thursday, October 4

Marauders Lead Fall 2018 Schedule

Peer Educator Trainee Positions in the Center for Health Education and Promotion

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Employee Flu Shot Schedule

New Today: October 2018 PASSHE Academy Professional Development Opportunities for Faculty and Staff

Choose Skillsoft e-Learning for Professional Development Opportunities Today!

Call for Session Proposals: 2nd Annual Conference on Education and Poverty

Marauder Class Passes at the SMC Fitness Center

Learn more on how you can support the State Employee Combined Appeal (SECA) Campaign

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NEWS RELEASES

Millersville Community-University Parade Names 2018 Grand Marshal

Liebl’s hat-trick leads No. 22 Millersville to 4-1 upset of No. 7 West Chester

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MEDIA COVERAGE

10/4 – LNP

  • Front page article on Breast-A-Ville at Millersville University.
  • 7 photos from the 8th annual Breast-a-Ville
  • ALLEGRO NEXTGEN FALL CONCERTS at the Ware Center.
  • Force of Nature at Eckert Gallery
  • States of Reverie at Sykes Gallery

10/4 – Lancaster Online – Interview/feature story with Judy and Ralph Anttonen – about the Lancaster Senior Games.

10/4 – Reading Eagle –

  • Split Second at Ware Center.
  • Force of Nature exhibit at Winter Center.
  • Allegretto Fall Concert; 3 and 7 p.m. Oct. 7 at Ware Center.

10/3 – FOX 43 – “Breast-a-Ville” encourages breast cancer awareness to Millersville University students.

10/3 – York Dispatch – Congressional candidates squeeze in October debate – Oct. 8 at Millersville University.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

10/4 – Who is Anita Hill?: The U.S. Supreme Court & the #MeToo Movement

10/5 – Women’s volleyball at Pitt-Johnstown

10/6 –

  • Women’s cross country at Blue & Gold Invitational – Delaware
  • Football at Lock Haven, noon
  • Field Hockey vs. IUP at Millersville, noon
  • Women’s swimming in Millersville Relay Carnival
  • Women’s volleyball at Shippensburg, 1 p.m.
  • Men’s soccer (1:30) and Women’s soccer ( 4 p.m.) at Mercyhurst
  • Women’s tennis at California, 4 p.m.

10/11 – Environmental Health Speaker

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‘Ville Bulletin October 4, 2018

’Ville Bulletin | October 4, 2018

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

Campus Community,

If you received an email this afternoon with the subject line – “Daniel Wubah shared  “Doc1.docx” with you via OneDrive”  – please delete immediately. It is SPAM. Do not try to open the link.

IT is aware of the situation. If you have opened the link, please call the Help Desk @ 717-871-7777 to have a virus scan performed.

‘Ville Bulletin October 3, 2018

’Ville Bulletin | October 3, 2018

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

Campus Community,

 Today at 2:18 p.m. FEMA will send out a “Presidential Alert” to nearly every single cellphone in the country to test its Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS). Almost everyone in the U.S. will receive a text from President Trump, but there’s no need to be alarmed or take any action. It’s just a test.

Also, please be aware that robocalls are being made to phones in the area. The caller says they are a Millersville University student. Millersville University has no connection to these calls.