January 4, 2021

’Ville Daily | January 4, 2021

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

Ville Daily is sent twice a week during break.

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

From Dec. 21 – President’s Annual Report

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STUDENTS

New TodaySpring 2021 Move-In Information: COVID Testing Requirement

New Today Campus Life is looking for student Leadership Consultants!

From Dec. 23 Success Coach Winter 2021 Workshops

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FACULTY/STAFF NEWS

New Today Winter Wellness Wonderland Faculty & Staff Events for week of January 4 – January 8.

From Dec. 23 Welcome New Employee!

From Dec. 23 Success Coach Winter 2021 Workshops

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NEWS RELEASES

Marauders ranked No. 15 in Collegiate Baseball 2021 Preseason Poll

Hall secures first recruiting class

Cluster Computing Comes to Millersville

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MEDIA COVERAGE

Jan 4. – Lancaster Online – Millersville University Police will be participating in a competition among area police departments to “bleed blue” for Lancaster General Health’s Blood Donor Center starting next week in the spirit of friendly competition.

Jan. 4 – Manchester Link – Meteorology alum, Rick Gordon, is chief meteorologist at WMUR-TV and was quoted on weather forecast.

Jan. 4 – Cherokee Tribune & Ledger News – Millersville’s Senior Fellow in Residence for Political Affairs, Terry Madonna, interviewed for “U.S. Reps. Thompson, Joyce challenging Jan. 6 election certification; local state lawmakers supported now-debated mail-in voting law.”

1/3 – LNP

1/1 – Pittsburgh Tribune and WTAE – Millersville’s Senior Fellow in Residence for Political Affairs, Terry Madonna, interviewed for “Looking back, looking ahead: 2020 was a trying year, what’s in store for 2021?”

12/31 – KY3 – Springfield, MO – Millersville’s Dr. Jennifer Jester interviewed for, “Springfield, Mo. singer rejects pressure to sexualize performances.”

12/31 – LNP – Obituary for Esta G. Weiler who died Dec. 29. Her early employment included working in the Dean’s Office of Millersville State College.

12/30 – APN News – The Lombardo Welcome Center is helping Millersville University achieve carbon neutrality by 2040 and is a showcase of sustainability for students.

12/30 – LNP

12/29 – PennLive – The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation is providing full rides to college for two children of a Harrisburg firefighter killed in the line of duty almost four years ago. Aliza Devoe is attending Millersville University on the scholarship.

12/28 – LNP – Column by Millersville’s Dr. Duane Hagelgans, “Farewell 2020, but will 2021 be brighter?

12/28 – NYT – Story on IUP and PASSHE – https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/28/us/college-coronavirus-tuition.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

12/27 – WGAL – Dr. Duane Hagelgans  was interviewed on Winter Safety Tips.

12/27 – LNP

12/20 – LNP – Obituary for Dr. Harry D. “Bob” Stratigos, 91, who taught classes at Millersville University.

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TOP SOCIAL MEDIA POST

Facebook – Beautiful, wintery scene of campus

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

1/20 – Spring semester starts

2/5 – Study Abroad Fair

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‘Ville Notice – Dec. 23, 2020

’Ville Notice | December 23, 2020

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

Campus Security and Fire Safety Reports

 Every fall, the University Police department distributes the annual campus security and fire safety report for our main campus and the Ware Center. Those reports may be accessed at the links below.

The Millersville University Main Campus 2020 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

 The Millersville University Lancaster Ware Center Campus 2020 Annual Campus Security Report

 PASSHE  Dixon University Center 2020 Annual Security Report

The 2020 Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Reports for the Millersville main campus and Lancaster Ware Center 2020 contain safety and security related policy statements and crime statistics.  The Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Report also contains fire statistics associated with each on-campus housing facility, including number of fires, cause, injuries, deaths and property damage. 

 The 2020 Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Report Millersville University main campus and Lancaster Ware Center 2020 Annual Security Report are provided in accordance with the Pennsylvania College and University Security Information Act and the following federal statutes:  the Higher Education Opportunity Act, the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the Accuracy in Campus Crime Reporting Act of 1997, the Campus Fire Safety Right to Know Act and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 amendments to the Clery Act.

 You may obtain a printed copy of the 2020 Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Reports for Millersville University main campus and Lancaster Ware Center free of charge, by contacting the Millersville University Police Department at 717-871-4357 or Chief Pete Anders at 717-871-5972 or peter.anders@millersville.edu, or by making a request in writing to Millersville University Police Department, PO Box 1002, Millersville, PA 17551.

 We ask that managers provide a hard copy of this email and/or the 2020 Annual Campus Security & Fire Safety Reports for Millersville University main campus and Lancaster Ware Center to any employee who does not have computer access. As a note, due to Millersville University not having any students enroll for classes at the PASSHE Center City Philadelphia campus, the report is not linked in this communication.  Information related to the PASSHE Center City Philadelphia campus 2020 annual campus security and fire safety report can be located through West Chester University Police. Please contact Chief Anders if you need assistance or have general questions about the PASSHE Center City Philadelphia campus.

 

 

 

‘Ville Notice Dec. 14, 2020

’Ville Notice | December 14, 2020

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

Working During Winter Storms

With a winter storm in the forecast, Millersville University administration wants to remind all employees of the policy regarding closings as noted in Management Directive 530.17: Partial and Full-Day Closings of State Offices.

Please carefully review the information below to help you understand how office closings during inclement weather will be handled, particularly if you are teleworking under a temporary or permanent telework arrangement:

  • Non-essential employees who are unable to telework and are physically reporting to work will be eligible for paid office closings, including delayed openings and early dismissals, when they are authorized, subject to the provisions of the policy noted above.
  • Unless specifically directed otherwise by management, employees who are currently teleworking are expected to work from their alternate worksite during their regularly scheduled work shift, even if they are scheduled to physically report to their headquarters or another worksite on the day of the office closing.
  • All employees who are authorized and equipped to telework under a temporary or permanent telework arrangement (including full-time and part-time telework arrangements) are expected to work, or use leave on the day of an office closing, unless otherwise authorized by Human Resources.
  • Employees who telework are responsible for ensuring that all equipment and accessories needed to perform assigned duties are in their possession if inclement weather is forecasted.
  • Essential employees should continue to follow specific guidance from their supervisor with the ultimate goal of maintaining operations.

As a reminder, management retains the right to designate employees as essential or non-essential, as needed, based on ongoing operational needs.

If you have any questions please direct them to your supervisor or to Human Resources.

 

 

 

 

November 6, 2020

‘Ville Daily | November 6, 2020

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

COVID-19 TIP OF THE WEEK – Avoid visitors in your home/apartment/residence hall
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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today – History of Veterans Day

New Today – LIVE concerts this weekend at The Ware Center!

From Nov. 5 – The First Amendment: Understanding Free Speech and Protests on Campus

From Nov. 5 – LIVE concerts this weekend at The Ware Center!

From Nov. 5 – ecofeminism(s)

Today – Flu Clinic Friday

From Nov. 4 – November Is Native American Heritage Month

From Nov. 4 – Do No Harm: Documentary and Dialogue about the Opioid Epidemic

 From Nov. 4 – Community Collaboration in Action on November 12

From Nov. 3 – Restorative Dialogue

From Nov. 3 – Appointment of Mr. Eric N. Sheppard, Associate VP for Finance and Administration

From Nov. 3 – Artist Karina Hagelin discusses zine creation and trauma intervention

From Nov. 2 – A Conversation with Ibram X. Kendi

From Nov. 2 – PSECU to Close Some ATMs on Campus

From Nov. 2 – The October edition of Marauder Connections is here!

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STUDENT NEWS & STUDENT EVENTS (GET INVOLVED)

New Today – Residence Halls Closing & Move Out Reminder

New Today – Campus Life T-Shirt Giveaway!

From Nov. 5 – 2020-2021 APSCUF-MU Scholarship Awards

From Nov. 5 – Virtual Visits with your VP

From Nov. 4 – FA’ 20 Final Courageous Conversation: Inequities and Isms during a Pandemic (Nov.17th)

 From Nov. 4 – Register by 11/10 for the Virtual Graduate School Fair (Nov. 11)

 From Nov. 4 – Join the Senior Class Gift Committee, Class of 2021

From Nov. 3 – Are you an undergraduate student who has a passion for research, and is motivated & dedicated to becoming a better researcher & communicator? — Apply for a Library Research Fellowship

From Nov. 2 – New Housing Blog Post: Meet the RA’s: West Village RA’s Delanie Dugan and Deja Outten

From Nov. 2 – $24.95 Quarter-Zip sale at the University Store

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FACULTY/STAFF NEWS

New Today – Faculty Professional Development Project: Pedagogy+

From Nov. 5 – International Education Week Webinars: Registration Required

From Nov. 3 – CAE Session: Outcomes Assessment

From Nov. 3 – CAE Session: Livestreaming Classrooms Using Zoom

From Nov. 2 – CAE and I&TS Session: Livestreaming Classrooms Using Teams

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NEWS RELEASES

Honoring Veterans in 2020

ACMO Presents Love Unplugged

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MEDIA COVERAGE

 

11/6 – Snapper: Fall Edition

 

11/6 – PennLive – Millersville mentioned in Mechanicsburg guard Talia Gilliard, PennLive’s reigning player of the year, adds two college offers

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TOP SOCIAL MEDIA POST

 

Instagram – What’s the most memorable class you’ve ever taken?

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

 

11/11 – Graduate School Fair

11/17 – Courageous Conversations – Inequities and isms During a Pandemic

 

11/18 – Join the Virtual Variety Program During International Education Week!

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November 2, 2020

‘Ville Daily | November 2, 2020

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

 

COVID-19 TIP OF THE WEEK – Avoid visitors in your home/apartment/residence hall
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UNIVERSITY NEWS

 

New Today – Post Election Debriefing Space

 

New TodayA Conversation with Ibram X. Kendi

 

New Today – PSECU to Close Some ATMs on Campus

 

New TodayPCGSD LGBTQ+ Pride Zoom Room-11/4/2020

 

New TodayVirtual Joint Math Colloquium – Persistence Criteria for the Nonlocal Niche Model and Applications

 

New Today – The October edition of Marauder Connections is here!

 

From Oct. 30 – International Tea Time: Day of the Dead

 

From Oct. 29 –  Narcan Training

 

From Oct. 27 –  PCCDI Restorative Dialogue Gatherings

 

From Oct. 27 –  Millersville University Salutes Our Veterans – Servicemember Names Sought

 

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STUDENT NEWS & STUDENT EVENTS (GET INVOLVED)

 

New TodayChemistry Placement Test

 

New TodayNew Housing Blog Post: Meet the RA’s: West Village RA’s Delanie Dugan and Deja Outten

 

New Today$24.95 Quarter-Zip sale at the University Store


From Oct. 30 Intercultural Center Virtual Processing Space for Students

 

From Oct. 29 –  Dining Services Town Hall

 

From Oct. 29 –  Pre-Advisement Workshop Series

 

From Oct. 29 –  Academic Resilience Speaker Series with Suzanne Shaffer

 

From Oct. 28 – Student Assistant Opportunity in the Office of the President – APPLY HERE!

From Oct. 27 –  Graduate Assistantship Opportunity in The Department of Campus Life

 

From Oct. 27 – Join the Virtual Variety Program During International Education Week!

 

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FACULTY/STAFF NEWS

 

New Today – CAE and I&TS Session: Livestreaming Classrooms Using Teams

 

New TodayDemonstration of Starfish Platform on 11/5/2020

From Oct. 30CAE Session: The Mischief Files

 

From Oct. 30 FPDC Faculty Funding Available

 

From Oct. 28 – AFSCME Local 2421


From Oct. 28 – Faculty & Staff Annual Compliance Training Update – Access to Training Platform is Changing

From Oct. 27 –  PEBTF Open Enrollment Oct 19-Nov 6

 

From Oct. 27 –  MU Website Tips: Image dimensions and file sizes

 

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NEWS RELEASES

‘Ville Nationally Recognized as Green College 

Will it Rain? Snow? How Will We Know?

 

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MEDIA COVERAGE

 

11/2 – LNP –

  • Millersville’s Brian Hazlett interviewed for “College admissions counselors look for more than just good grades.”
  • Millersville’s Dwight Horsey interviewed for “Get early jump on the financial aid process.
  • Millersville mentioned in “Virtual college fair open to area students Nov. 2.”

 

11/2 – Lock Haven News – Millersville mentioned in “Faculty cuts loom at state universities.”

 

11/2 – Inside Nova – Feature article on 1974 alum Mark Stripe retiring from Arlington’s Yorktown High School.

10/31 – ABC 27 – PASSHE faculty members to be laid off by end of the 2020-21 academic year

10/31 – Philadelphia Inquirer – Five universities in Pennsylvania’s state system have moved to lay off more than 100 full-time faculty members, which would be the largest such retrenchment in the system’s history, according to the faculty union.

 

10/31 – Delaware State News – Alum, Harlan Williams, is now the meteorologist in Delaware and gave his winter forecast.

10/29 – PennLive – “Faculty cuts at state universities expected to be announced on Friday.”

10/29 – Soccer Wire – Mike Barr, a member of the Millersville University Hall of Fame received the “Charlotte Moran Youth Long-Term Service Award.”

 

10/29 – New Jersey Hills Register – Roxbury High School Structural Design and Fabrication Teacher Frank Caccavale was presented the Technology & Engineering Education Ambassador Award from Millersville University at the Technology and Engineering Education Association of Pennsylvania’s (TEEAP) remote conference earlier on Monday.

 

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TOP SOCIAL MEDIA POST

 

Twitter – Skully Walks

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

 

11/3 – Watch Party

 

11/5 – International Tea Time – Day of the Dead

 

11/17 – Courageous Conversations – Inequities and isms During a Pandemic

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October 30, 2020

‘Ville Daily | October 30, 2020

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

COVID-19 TIP OF THE WEEK – Get your flu shot!
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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today –  NCSAM – Security used to be an inconvenience sometimes, but now it’s a necessity all the time.

New Today – International Tea Time: Day of the Dead

From Oct. 29 –  Narcan Training

From Oct. 27 –  PCCDI Restorative Dialogue Gatherings

From Oct. 27 –  Millersville University Salutes Our Veterans – Servicemember Names Sought

From Oct. 26 – Four Week Yoga Series Available for Students & Employees

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STUDENT NEWS & STUDENT EVENTS (GET INVOLVED)

New Today – Intercultural Center Virtual Processing Space for Students

From Oct. 29 –  Dining Services Town Hall

 From Oct. 29 –  Pre-Advisement Workshop Series

From Oct. 29 –  Academic Resilience Speaker Series with Suzanne Shaffer

From Oct. 28 – Student Assistant Opportunity in the Office of the President – APPLY HERE!

From Oct. 27 –  Graduate Assistantship Opportunity in The Department of Campus Life

From Oct. 27 – Join the Virtual Variety Program During International Education Week!

From Oct. 26 – Are You Looking For A Success Coach?

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FACULTY/STAFF NEWS

New Today – CAE Session: The Mischief Files

New Today – FPDC Faculty Funding Available

From Oct. 28 – AFSCME Local 2421

From Oct. 28 – Faculty & Staff Annual Compliance Training Update – Access to Training Platform is Changing

From Oct. 27 –  PEBTF Open Enrollment Oct 19-Nov 6

From Oct. 27 –  MU Website Tips: Image dimensions and file sizes

From Oct. 26 – Commencement Speaker/Honorary Degree Nominations Sought

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NEWS RELEASES

‘Ville Nationally Recognized as Green College 

Will it Rain? Snow? How Will We Know?

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MEDIA COVERAGE

10/30 – The Guardian  – Millersville University mentioned in article “1984: Ronald Reagan poised to win US election.”

10/29 – Facebook – Professor emeritus, Dr. Francis Bremmer did a Facebook interview on his book with Bradley Jay.

https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=817074505499739&ref=watch_permalink

10/22 – Rage of the Age podcast – featured professor emeritus Dr. Francis Bremmer on his new book, “One Small Candle: The Plymouth Puritans and the Beginning of English New England.”

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TOP SOCIAL MEDIA POST

Instagram – Hands-on learning in the classroom 

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

10/30 & 10/31 – Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992

11/3 – Watch Party

11/5 – International Tea Time – Day of the Dead

11/17 – Courageous Conversations – Inequities and isms During a Pandemic

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October 29, 2020

‘Ville Daily | October 29, 2020

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

 

COVID-19 TIP OF THE WEEK – Get your flu shot!
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UNIVERSITY NEWS

 

Due to today’s inclement weather the Flu Clinic from 1-4 PM, will be held at the Bolger Conference Center at the Canopy entrance: Employee & Students Flu Shot Clinic

 

New Today – Narcan Training

 

New Today – Oct 29 – NCSAM – Cyber-Security is much more than a matter of IT

 

From Oct. 27 –  PCCDI Restorative Dialogue Gatherings

 

From Oct. 27 –  Millersville University Salutes Our Veterans – Servicemember Names Sought

 

From Oct. 26 –  Adobe Creative Cloud Login Method Is Changing

From Oct. 26 –Four Week Yoga Series Available for Students & Employees

From Oct. 26 – Virtual Joint Math Colloquium – Spatial Epidemic Models on Transmissions of Infectious Diseases

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STUDENT NEWS & STUDENT EVENTS (GET INVOLVED)


New Today –
Dining Services Town Hall

 

New Today – Pre-Advisement Workshop Series

 

New Today – Academic Resilience Speaker Series with Suzanne Shaffer

 

From Oct. 28 – Student Assistant Opportunity in the Office of the President – APPLY HERE!

From Oct. 27 –  Graduate Assistantship Opportunity in The Department of Campus Life

 

From Oct. 27 – Join the Virtual Variety Program During International Education Week!

 

Today – Trivia & Treat Grab & Go – October 29 (noon – 2 pm)

 

From Oct. 26 – Are You Looking For A Success Coach?

 

From Oct. 23 – Online Peer Support Group

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FACULTY/STAFF NEWS

From Oct. 28 – AFSCME Local 2421


From Oct. 28 – Faculty & Staff Annual Compliance Training Update – Access to Training Platform is Changing

From Oct. 27 –  PEBTF Open Enrollment Oct 19-Nov 6

 

From Oct. 27 –  MU Website Tips: Image dimensions and file sizes

 

From Oct. 26 – Commencement Speaker/Honorary Degree Nominations Sought

 

Today – Join CAE to hear “What’s Happening with COVID-19 at Millersville”

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NEWS RELEASES

Will it Rain? Snow? How Will We Know?

 

Losing not an option: Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the 1995 football season

 

Millersville’s Saxbys is Open

 

Jaden Faulkner named Preseason All-American by Basketball Times

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MEDIA COVERAGE

Oct. 29 – The Athletic – MU alumnus Chas McCormick mentioned in Forrest Whitley and other Astros prospects who require Rule 5 protection

Oct. 29 – Penn State News – MU alumnus Josue Torres mentioned in Berks LaunchBox hosts Latinx founders for virtual startup success event

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TOP SOCIAL MEDIA POST

Instagram – Hands-on learning in the classroom 

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

 

10/30 & 10/31 – Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992

 

11/3 – Watch Party

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October 27, 2020

‘Ville Daily | October 27, 2020

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

COVID-19 TIP OF THE WEEK – Get your flu shot!
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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today – Increased Spam / Phishing Emails and Texts

 

New Today Oct 27 – NCSAM – Don’t take the bait!

 

New Today – PCCDI Restorative Dialogue Gatherings

 

New Today – Millersville University Salutes Our Veterans – Servicemember Names Sought

 

From Oct. 26 –  Adobe Creative Cloud Login Method Is Changing

From Oct. 26 –Four Week Yoga Series Available for Students & Employees

From Oct. 26 – Virtual Joint Math Colloquium – Spatial Epidemic Models on Transmissions of Infectious Diseases

From Oct. 23 – Employee & Students Flu Shot Clinic

From Oct. 23 – The Fall 2020 University Research Newsletter is now available online

From Oct. 21 – University Theatre’s Livestreaming Production of Twilight, Los Angeles, 1992 runs Oct 30 – Nov 1

From Oct. 21 – CAE Pre-Tenure Series: Understanding the Contract

From Oct. 21 – 36th Annual Brossman Foundation and Ronald E. Frisbie Sr. Science Lectureship postponed until October 2021

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STUDENT NEWS & STUDENT EVENTS (GET INVOLVED)

New Today – Graduate Assistantship Opportunity in The Department of Campus Life

 

New Today – Join the Virtual Variety Program During International Education Week!

 

From Oct. 26 – Trivia & Treat Grab & Go – October 29 (noon – 2 pm)

 

From Oct. 26 – Are You Looking For A Success Coach?

 

From Oct. 23 – Online Peer Support Group

 

From Oct. 21 – The Mascot Team is Hiring!

 

From Oct. 21 – Interested in continuing prior language studies in Spanish, French or German at the college level? Sign up for our on-line placement test!

 

From Oct. 21 – Register by 10/27 for Health, Public & Human Services Job & Internship Fair (Oct. 28th)

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FACULTY/STAFF NEWS

New Today – PEBTF Open Enrollment Oct 19-Nov 6

 

New Today – MU Website Tips: Image dimensions and file sizes

 

From Oct. 26 – Commencement Speaker/Honorary Degree Nominations Sought

 

From Oct. 26 – Join CAE to hear “What’s Happening with COVID-19 at Millersville”

 

From Oct. 22 –  Welcome New Employees!

 

From Oct. 22 –  Employee Assistance Program Resources

 

From Oct. 22 – FSA Open Enrollment Begins October 19th-November 6

 

From Oct. 22 – CAE Presentation: Preparing for FPDC Submission

 

From Oct. 21 – Campus Life is seeking Student Club & Organization Advisors!

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NEWS RELEASES

Millersville’s Saxbys is Open

 

Jaden Faulkner named Preseason All-American by Basketball Times

 

Election Day Watch Party on Campus

 

Opioid Crisis Team Works With Underserved Populations

 

Marauder Moments: The 12 seconds that defined a season

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MEDIA COVERAGE

New Online Issue of The Snapper (October 2020)

Oct. 27 – LNP/LancasterOnline –

 

 

 

Oct. 26 – Delaware State News – MU alumnus Harlan Williams quoted in Experts predict another mild winter for Delmarva

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TOP SOCIAL MEDIA POST

Facebook – Livestream MU Theatre’s Production of Twighlight, 1992 This Weekend (Tickets Necessary to View Online Performance) 

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

10/28 –

 

10/30 & 10/31 – Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992

 

11/3 – Watch Party

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‘Ville Bulletin – October 26, 2020

’Ville Bulletin | October 26, 2020

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

Increased Spam / Phishing Emails and Texts Today

Millersville IT has seen a dramatic increase in Phishing emails and texts the last few days. Phishing is the act in which nefarious individuals are attempting to trick our users into giving away personal and financial information. Often times, the sender of the email is an actual Millersville email account of a person who has had their credentials compromised. The attacker then sends out an email similar to the information below “offering” internships and jobs to other Millersville community members. Please review the example below and familiarize yourself with what to look for in the future.

If you did click on an email or text and lost funds please contact Millersville police at (717) 871-4357.

 

Here are a few things to consider when you suspect you have received a suspicious email:

  • Don’t reveal personal or financial information in an email, and do not respond to email solicitations for this information. This includes following links sent in email.
  • Pay attention to the website’s URL. Malicious websites may look identical to a legitimate site, but the URL may use a variation in spelling or a different domain (e.g., .com versus .net).
  • Report it to the appropriate people. If you receive a message you suspect as spam/phishing send it to the helpdesk or press the “Phish Alert” button in Outlook.

 

 

 

October 16, 2020

‘Ville Daily | October 16, 2020

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

COVID-19 TIP OF THE WEEK – Stay at home if you’re sick.
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UNIVERSITY NEWS

Updated ‘Ville Daily Instructions/Guidelines

NEW TODAY –  Oct 16 – NCSAM – Don’t loose your keys to the kingdom, use the password portal!

From Oct. 15 – Fire Alarm Panel Inspections Begin

From Oct. 15 –Family Friendly Virtual Production of “Corduroy” Play Oct. 24-25

From Oct. 13 – New Accelerated B.S. in Sport Administration to M.Ed. in Sport Management program

From Oct. 12 – Give to Support LPP Student at Millersville University

 From Oct. 12 – Citizen of the Week 10/9 Winner

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STUDENT NEWS & STUDENT EVENTS (GET INVOLVED)

NEW TODAY –  Graduate Student Journal – Now Accepting Online Submissions!

NEW TODAY – PSECU: How many Marauders can you spot?

From Oct. 15 –Senior Portrait Sessions

From Oct. 15 – Building Academic Resilience Muscle and Thriving Despite the Odds

From Oct. 15 – Interested in Studying Abroad? Join Zoom Meeting on Tuesday, October 20th, 12:15-1PM

From Oct. 14 – Choices: Decision Making Workshop

From Oct. 14 – Early Admission Available to Millersville MSW Program

From Oct. 13 – Apply to be a Financial Aid Student Worker Today!

From Oct. 12 – International Programs & Services is Hiring for Spring!

From Oct. 12 – Housing Zoom Open Forums – Spring 2021 Housing

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FACULTY/STAFF NEWS

From Oct. 15 – Marauder Milestone Distribution Dates Announced – 10/22 and 11/4

From Oct. 15 – AFSCME 2421 Holiday Gift Certificate

From Oct. 15 –Tribute to Dr. Lisa R. Shibley

From Oct. 12 – Winter/Spring Tuition Waivers Memo

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NEWS RELEASES

Carp, Flex, Fly and the Marauders who brought Millersville a championship – The 1977 team altered the perception of Gene Carpenter’s football program

Recent Grad Wins Big with Honors Thesis

10 Tips from MU Psychology Majors on Combating Stress

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MEDIA COVERAGE

Oct. 15 – FOX 43 – Interview with Priscilla Kaufhold on Millersville’s Costume Shop.

Oct. 15 – LNP/LancasterOnline – MU alumnus featured in Watch: Sen. Scott Martin and challenger Janet Diaz to square off at LNP forum tonight

Oct. 15 – WITF Smart Talk – Laura Brierton Granruth, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Master of Social Work director and Jennifer M. Frank, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at the School of Social Work featured in Smart Talk Wednesday night; Social isolation’s damaging effects and the unique importance of Vitamin D

Oct. 15 – Diverse Issues in Higher Education – Former Millersville University Dean Files Civil rights Lawsuit Against School

FOX43 –

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TOP SOCIAL MEDIA POST

Twitter – Selfie Scavenger Hunt for Virtual Homecoming

EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

10/28 –

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