’Ville Bulletin | April 25, 2018

’Ville Bulletin | April 25, 2018

ALERTS FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

State System leadership responds to RAND study

Harrisburg – The interim chancellor and the chair of the Board of Governors of Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education offered comments today on a study of the State System conducted by the RAND Corp. (Read the entire report here). A report on the study was released during a meeting of the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee, which commissioned the review.

“Let me be clear, we are unequivocally committed to the success of all 14 universities within the State System,” said Board Chairwoman Cynthia D. Shapira. “Our 100,000 students and our entire Commonwealth depend on having access to the high-quality, high-value educational opportunities that our universities provide. We remain focused on that mission as we work with everyone—on our campuses and in Harrisburg—to continue progress on our System Redesign efforts.”

The RAND study affirms much of the work conducted last year by the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (NCHEMS) as part of the Board’s own top-to-bottom review of the System and its 14 universities. That effort resulted in a report presented by NCHEMS that is guiding the State System’s redesign efforts, beginning with the adoption by the Board last October of three priorities: ensuring student success, leveraging university strengths and transforming the governance/leadership structure.

“The State System is focused on doing the hard work necessary to redesign itself to be less bureaucratic and more student-focused,” said Interim Chancellor Dr. Karen M. Whitney. “There is no instant solution. Instead, it will take intentional, persistent and strategic change, and that is exactly what we’re doing.”

As part of its redesign effort, the State System has affirmed a mission statement focused on every student graduating in a timely manner with pathways for success; has eliminated out-of-date and burdensome policies; and has streamlined processes for academic program approval, facilities planning and real property acquisition and disposal. The universities are aligning their academic programs with regional workforce needs, and the System is working to enhance university flexibility to align and achieve regional affordability through strategic pricing efforts and to develop a more successful approach to collaborative procurement to capitalize on more strategic sourcing opportunities.

“Without a doubt, we’ve moved from System review to System redesign, with an eye toward System resilience, and we welcome a continued dialogue as we work together to make that happen,” Whitney said.

While the RAND study—conducted in response to the passage of a state Senate resolution—came to many of the same conclusions as the NCHEMS review, the consultants from RAND also suggested several drastic changes to the System, some of which the study states could significantly raise the cost of tuition while at the same time limiting students’ educational opportunities. The RAND study also acknowledges that there is no guarantee the recommendations would be successful.

“This study further validates our efforts to redesign the State System to help ensure the long-term sustainability, not only of the System, but also of each and every one of the universities,” said System spokesman Kenn Marshall. “We do have serious concerns about some of the recommendations included in the study because of the negative impact they could have on students.”

As such, State System leaders believe it would be ill-advised to hastily implement drastic options that could be costly to both students and their families without providing any real benefit.

“The State System should be given the appropriate opportunity to fully realize the outcomes of our strategic, intentional and thoughtful System redesign efforts, which already are showing positive results,” Marshall said. “We must keep our focus on what really matters to students and their families—affordability and access to relevant academic programs. We must create additional academic opportunities—not limit them—so that we can continue to prepare students for success in their lives and careers.”

The State System welcomes the opportunity to continue the discussion of these important issues, which are vital not only to the future of the State System, but also to the future of the Commonwealth.

“If we’ve learned anything for certain over the last year, it is that these universities, which individually have served students and the Commonwealth for more than a century, are just as important today as they were when each was founded,” Marshall said.

Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education is the largest provider of higher education in the Commonwealth, enrolling more than 100,000 degree-seeking students and thousands more in certificate and other career-development programs. Collectively, the 14 universities that comprise the State System offer more than 2,300 degree and certificate programs in more than 530 academic areas. Nearly 520,000 State System university alumni live in Pennsylvania. 

The State System universities are Bloomsburg, California, Cheyney, Clarion, East Stroudsburg, Edinboro, Indiana, Kutztown, Lock Haven, Mansfield, Millersville, Shippensburg, Slippery Rock and West Chester Universities of Pennsylvania. The universities also operate branch campuses in Oil City (Clarion), Freeport and Punxsutawney (IUP), and Clearfield (Lock Haven), and offer classes and programs at several regional centers, including the Dixon University Center in Harrisburg and in Center City in Philadelphia.

 

April 25, 2018

’Ville Daily | April 25, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Bring Your Kid to ‘K’ampus Week

Celebrate Arbor Day this Friday by Participating in a Dogwood Blitz

Bid now on Dining with Champions Auction Items

Spring 2018 University Research Newsletter

The ‘Ville is going to Costa Rica

Sex Inequality, Feminism and the Law, Alicia Kelly, Distinguished Professor of Law

Festi-Ville 2018

Complete the Intramural Survey

Today: Lieutenant Governor Speaking at Millersville on Pathways to Pardons

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STUDENTS

New Today: Do you have international interests? Become a Global Ambassador!

Huge Clearance Sale at the University Store

Undergraduate Admissions Student Employment Opportunities

Conversations with First Responders

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FACULTY/STAFF

Faculty Senate Committee Service Opportunities: May 1 Elections

AFSCME Day Coming up May 2

Save The Date – Convocation

Zoom is replacing Collaborate and Collaborate Ultra: Impact to Summer 1 Courses

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NEWS RELEASES

Food Recovery Network: Tackling Hunger One Swipe at a Time

Softball keeps winning streak going with sweep of Bloomsburg

 Millersville Presents Second Annual FestiVille Music Weekend

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MEDIA COVERAGE

4/25 – Lancaster Online – Data from MU’s Weather Information Center used in Rainy day with high near 60 degrees ahead in Lancaster County.

4/25 – LNP

4/25 – State System News Highlights

4/24 – Los Alamos Daily Post – Millersville’s professor emeritus of music, Dr. Sy Brandon mentioned in article “High Desert Saxophone Quartet Performs Friday.”

4/24 – The Undefeated – Kiara Garcia, student at Millersville University, interviewed for article on the  Jordan Brand Wings Scholars Program.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

4/25 –

  • Women’s Lacrosse vs. West Chester, 4 p.m. at home
  • Baseball vs. Glenville State, 1 and 3 p.m. at home

4/26 –

  • Women’s Outdoor Track and Field at Penn Relays, noon

4/26 – 4/29 – University Theatre presents “Sin.”

4/27 – One Day Give

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April 24, 2018

’Ville Daily | April 24, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Celebrate Arbor Day this Friday by Participating in a Dogwood Blitz

New Today: Bid now on Dining with Champions Auction Items

New Today: Legislative Update

Spring 2018 University Research Newsletter

The ‘Ville is going to Costa Rica

Sex Inequality, Feminism and the Law, Alicia Kelly, Distinguished Professor of Law

Festi-Ville 2018

So You want to Run for an Elected Office

Complete the Intramural Survey

Lieutenant Governor Speaking at Millersville on Pathways to Pardons

Today: Retirement Reception for President Anderson. RSVP Today!

University Theatre presents SIN by Wendy MacLeod – through April 29

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STUDENTS

New Today: Huge Clearance Sale at the University Store

Today: Students invited to Retirement Reception for President Anderson. RSVP Today!

Today: Join us April 24th for our next Courageous Conversation!

Undergraduate Admissions Student Employment Opportunities

Conversations with First Responders

2018-2019 Student Employment Opportunities in the Athletic Department:  Game Management Positions and Carpenter Trout Training Facility Positions

Celebrate I Heart MU Week with the Student Alumni Association

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Faculty Senate Committee Service Opportunities: May 1 Elections

AFSCME Day Coming up May 2

Save The Date – Convocation

Zoom is replacing Collaborate and Collaborate Ultra: Impact to Summer 1 Courses

REMINDER TO FACULTY, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION – MAY 2018 COMMENCEMENT

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NEWS RELEASES

 Millersville Presents Second Annual FestiVille Music Weekend

Bevard and Willenbrock awarded PSAC East Pitcher and Athlete of the Week honors

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MEDIA COVERAGE

4/24 – Republican Herald – For the second week in a row, Millersville University baseball pitcher Eli Nabholz has been named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East Pitcher of the Week.

4/24 – The Rocket – Incoming president Dr. Wubah mentioned in article, “Recent increase of presidential appointments in PASSHE universities reflect nationwide trend.”

4/23 – Lancaster Online – Millersville’s Dr. Carrie Smith interviewed for, “3 nonprofits end services for inmates as Lancaster County considers for-profit Geo Group.”

4/23 – Lehigh Valley – MU alum, Environmental Project Manager Amber Holly, mentioned in article, “Embracing math adds up to future success.”

4/20 – The Snapper – Dance Team Places Fourth in Vegas

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

4/24 –

  • Reception for President Anderson
  • Women’s and men’s golf at Alvernia Invitational
  • Softball at Bloomsburg, 2:30 and 5.

4/25 –

  • Women’s Lacrosse vs. West Chester, 4 p.m. at home
  • Baseball vs. Glenville State, 1 and 3 p.m. at home

4/26 –

  • Women’s Outdoor Track and Field at Penn Relays, noon

4/27 – One Day Give

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April 23, 2018

’Ville Daily | April 23, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Spring 2018 University Research Newsletter

New Today: The ‘Ville is going to Costa Rica

New Today: Sex Inequality, Feminism and the Law, Alicia Kelly, Distinguished Professor of Law

Festi-Ville 2018

So You want to Run for an Elected Office

Complete the Intramural Survey

Lieutenant Governor Speaking at Millersville on Pathways to Pardons

Retirement Reception for President Anderson on April 24. RSVP Today!

University Theatre presents SIN by Wendy MacLeod – through April 29

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STUDENTS

New Today: Students invited to Retirement Reception for President Anderson on April 24. RSVP Today!

New Today: Join us April 24th for our next Courageous Conversation!

Undergraduate Admissions Student Employment Opportunities

Conversations with First Responders

2018-2019 Student Employment Opportunities in the Athletic Department:  Game Management Positions and Carpenter Trout Training Facility Positions

Celebrate I Heart MU Week with the Student Alumni Association

2018 SUMMER AND/OR FALL STUDENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY IN THE PROVOST’S OFFICE

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: AFSCME Day Coming up May 2

New Today: The Grille Specials – April 23 – 27, 2018

Save The Date – Convocation

Zoom is replacing Collaborate and Collaborate Ultra: Impact to Summer 1 Courses

REMINDER TO FACULTY, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION – MAY 2018 COMMENCEMENT

PASSHE Women’s Consortium 2018 Annual Conference–Proposal Due June 15, 2018

Updated Millersville University Purchasing Manual

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NEWS RELEASES

Women’s golf places third in ESU Invitational; Greene claims three-way tie for medalist

State System release: PACT Elects New Officers

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MEDIA COVERAGE

4/23 – Data from Millersville’s Weather Information Center used in “Springlike week ahead in Lancaster County starting with high in upper 60s today.”

4/23 – LNP – Baseball split a doubleheader with East Stroudsburg on Sunday.

4/22 – LNP –

4/22 – Ghana Web – Dr. Wubah named president at Millersville

4/20 – Coverage of National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools at Millersville:

April 2018 – Professional Safety magazine – Millersville’s Dr. Jack Ogutu co-authored article, “Closing the Gap.”

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

4/24 – Reception for President Anderson

4/26 –

4/27 – One Day Give

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April 20, 2018

’Ville Daily | April 20, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Festi-Ville 2018

New Today: So You want to Run for an Elected Office

Website Redesign: Last day to make changes – April 22

Complete the Intramural Survey

Lieutenant Governor Speaking at Millersville on Pathways to Pardons

Retirement Reception for President Anderson on April 24. RSVP Today!

Hazmat Training on Campus, Today – Saturday

Join the Movement at Millersville: The National School Walkout/National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools, Friday, April 20, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

University Theatre presents SIN by Wendy MacLeod – through April 29

Sex Inequality, Feminism and the Law, Alicia Kelly, Distinguished Professor of Law

Interim Chancellor Whitney to Visit MU on April 26

Updated Schedule for Millersville Football Coach Candidate Open Forum

2018 Student Poetry Contest Winners

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STUDENTS

New Today: Undergraduate Admissions Student Employment Opportunities

Conversations with First Responders

2018-2019 Student Employment Opportunities in the Athletic Department:  Game Management Positions and Carpenter Trout Training Facility Positions

Celebrate I Heart MU Week with the Student Alumni Association

This Weekend in the Arts

2018 SUMMER AND/OR FALL STUDENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY IN THE PROVOST’S OFFICE

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Save The Date – Convocation

Zoom is replacing Collaborate and Collaborate Ultra: Impact to Summer 1 Courses

REMINDER TO FACULTY, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION – MAY 2018 COMMENCEMENT

PASSHE Women’s Consortium 2018 Annual Conference–Proposal Due June 15, 2018

Updated Millersville University Purchasing Manual

WINTER SESSION 2019

IT Monthly Newsletter April 2018

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NEWS RELEASES

Faculty Activities

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MEDIA COVERAGE

4/20 – Fox 43 – Broadcasting live on campus this morning for Millersville’s “National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools.’

4/20 – LNP – Millersville’s “National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools” included in article on “Columbine to be memorialized.”

4/20 – Lancaster Online – Information from Millersville’s Weather information Center used in “Warming trend, sunny weather through week but some frost.”

4/19 – The Snapper –

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

4/24 – Reception for President Anderson

4/26 – Dining with Champions Scholarship Dinner and Auction set for Thursday, April 26

4/27 – One Day Give

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April 19, 2018

’Ville Daily | April 19, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Website Redesign: Last day to make changes – April 22

New Today: Running for Public Office Workshop

New Today: Complete the Intramural Survey

New Today: Lieutenant Governor Speaking at Millersville on Pathways to Pardons

Retirement Reception for President Anderson on April 24. RSVP Today!

Earth Day Open House at the Lombardo Welcome Center

Hazmat Training on Campus, Thursday – Saturday

Join the Movement at Millersville: The National School Walkout/National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools, Friday, April 20, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

University Theatre presents SIN by Wendy MacLeod – through April 29

Sex Inequality, Feminism and the Law, Alicia Kelly, Distinguished Professor of Law

Interim Chancellor Whitney to Visit MU on April 26

Updated Schedule for Millersville Football Coach Candidate Open Forum

Festi-Ville 2018

2018 Student Poetry Contest Winners

Today: Community Electronics Recycling Available at MU Earth Day Celebration

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STUDENTS

New Today: Conversations with First Responders

SuperFest-April 18 and April 19

2018-2019 Student Employment Opportunities in the Athletic Department:  Game Management Positions and Carpenter Trout Training Facility Positions

Celebrate I Heart MU Week with the Student Alumni Association

LGBTQIA Common Hour Social-April 19

This Weekend in the Arts

2018 SUMMER AND/OR FALL STUDENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY IN THE PROVOST’S OFFICE

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Zoom is replacing Collaborate and Collaborate Ultra: Impact to Summer 1 Courses

REMINDER TO FACULTY, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION – MAY 2018 COMMENCEMENT

PASSHE Women’s Consortium 2018 Annual Conference–Proposal Due June 15, 2018

Updated Millersville University Purchasing Manual

WINTER SESSION 2019

IT Monthly Newsletter April 2018

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NEWS RELEASES

Faculty Activities

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MEDIA COVERAGE

4/19 – LNP

  • Feature article on the play “Sin” at Rafters Theatre.
  • A show not to miss – “MU Day of Percussion.”
  • Baseball topped Shippensburg 6-2 yesterday.
  • Softball – Sophomore Emma Bevard pitched a no-hitter Wednesday at Millersville beat Pitt-Johnston 3-0. The Marauders also won opening game 7-3.

4/19 – Lancaster Online – Millersville mentioned in article, “Latin American Cultural Center announces winners of fifth annual Spanish poetry contest.”

4/18 – Watchdog.org – Millersville mentioned in article on students defaulting on loans.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

4/19 –

4/26 – Dining with Champions Scholarship Dinner and Auction set for Thursday, April 26

4/27 – One Day Give

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April 18, 2018

’Ville Daily | April 18, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Retirement Reception for President Anderson on April 24. RSVP Today!

New Today: Earth Day Open House at the Lombardo Welcome Center

New Today: Hazmat Training on Campus, Thursday – Saturday

Join the Movement at Millersville: The National School Walkout/National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools, Friday, April 20, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

University Theatre presents SIN by Wendy MacLeod – through April 29

Sex Inequality, Feminism and the Law, Alicia Kelly, Distinguished Professor of Law

Wear Jeans Wednesday: Denim Day

Interim Chancellor Whitney to Visit MU on April 26

Updated Schedule for Millersville Football Coach Candidate Open Forum

Festi-Ville 2018

2018 Student Poetry Contest Winners

Community Electronics Recycling Available at MU Earth Day Celebration

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STUDENTS

New Today: SuperFest-April 18 and April 19

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

New Today:  2018-2019 Student Employment Opportunities in the Athletic Department:  Game Management Positions and Carpenter Trout Training Facility Positions

New Today: Celebrate I Heart MU Week with the Student Alumni Association

New Today: LGBTQIA Common Hour Social-April 19

New Today: This Weekend in the Arts

2018 SUMMER AND/OR FALL STUDENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY IN THE PROVOST’S OFFICE

Under the Gun: Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion

MU Shark Tank

Fall 2018 Office of the President Student Assistant Openings

PAID Internship Opportunity On Campus – Join a great team of professionals at Global Education!

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FACULTY/STAFF

REMINDER TO FACULTY, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION – MAY 2018 COMMENCEMENT

PASSHE Women’s Consortium 2018 Annual Conference–Proposal Due June 15, 2018

Updated Millersville University Purchasing Manual

WINTER SESSION 2019

IT Monthly Newsletter April 2018

Faculty & Staff Group Exercise Classes

2018 Technology & Engineering Summer Camp Series

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NEWS RELEASES

MU Takes Part in National Day of Action to Prevent Gun Violence in Schools

Lacrosse – Ville earns decisive 14-8 victory at Kutztown

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MEDIA COVERAGE

4/18 – LNP – Millersville junior Sunflower Greene earned third straight PSAC Women’s Outdoor Field Athlete of the Week.

4/17 and 4/18 – Coverage of Made in Millersville:

4/16 – CBS 21 – Feature story on softball team.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

4/18 –

  • Softball vs Pitt-Johnstown at 2 and 4 – home
  • Women’s Outdoor Track and Field at Shippensburg
  • Baseball at Shippensburg, 3:30

4/19 –

4/26 – Dining with Champions Scholarship Dinner and Auction set for Thursday, April 26

4/27 – One Day Give

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April 17, 2018

’Ville Daily | April 17, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: MADE IN MILLERSVILLE IS TODAY!!

New Today: Join the Movement at Millersville: The National School Walkout/National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools, Friday, April 20, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

New Today: Legislative Update

New Today: University Theatre presents SIN by Wendy MacLeod – through April 29

New Today: Sex Inequality, Feminism and the Law, Alicia Kelly, Distinguished Professor of Law

New Today: Wear Jeans Wednesday: Denim Day

MU Council of Trustees Honor Dr. John M. Anderson

Interim Chancellor Whitney to Visit MU on April 26

Updated Schedule for Millersville Football Coach Candidate Open Forum

Festi-Ville 2018

2018 Student Poetry Contest Winners

Community Electronics Recycling Available at MU Earth Day Celebration

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STUDENTS

New Today: 2018 SUMMER AND/OR FALL STUDENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY IN THE PROVOST’S OFFICE

Under the Gun: Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion

Come Pet the Dogs! – April 17

MU Shark Tank

Fall 2018 Office of the President Student Assistant Openings

PAID Internship Opportunity On Campus – Join a great team of professionals at Global Education!

Triathlon on April 16-20 in SMC

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: REMINDER TO FACULTY, STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION – MAY 2018 COMMENCEMENT

New Today: PASSHE Women’s Consortium 2018 Annual Conference–Proposal Due June 15, 2018

New Today: Updated Millersville University Purchasing Manual

WINTER SESSION 2019

IT Monthly Newsletter April 2018

Faculty & Staff Group Exercise Classes

2018 Technology & Engineering Summer Camp Series

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NEWS RELEASES

MU Takes Part in National Day of Action to Prevent Gun Violence in Schools

Pinchorski named PSAC East Division Pitcher of the Week

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MEDIA COVERAGE

4/17 – LNP

  • “Students medal in Science Olympiad competition at MU.”
  • Baseball – Millersville junior Eli Nabholz named PSAC East Pitcher of the Week.
  • Men’s Golf – won the 2018 Cecil Spadafora Invitational.

4/16 – The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education – Daniel A. Wubah Will Be the Next President of Millersville University.

4/15 – Meadville Tribune – Is Pennsylvania doing enough to help students, parents with college debt?

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

4/17 – Made in Millersville

4/19 –

4/26 – Dining with Champions Scholarship Dinner and Auction set for Thursday, April 26

4/27 – One Day Give

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April 16, 2018

’Ville Daily | April 16, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: MU Council of Trustees Honor Dr. John M. Anderson

New Today: Interim Chancellor Whitney to Visit MU on April 26

New Today: Updated Schedule for Millersville Football Coach Candidate Open Forum

New Today: Festi-Ville 2018

New Today: Don’t Miss Made in Millersville Tomorrow, April 17

New Today: 2018 Student Poetry Contest Winners

Community Electronics Recycling Available at MU Earth Day Celebration

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT COMMENCEMENT AND COMMENCEMENT REHEARSAL

MU Clothing Drive

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STUDENTS

Under the Gun: Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion

Come Pet the Dogs! – April 17

MU Shark Tank

Fall 2018 Office of the President Student Assistant Openings

Today: Pizza and Wings with the VP

PAID Internship Opportunity On Campus – Join a great team of professionals at Global Education!

Triathlon on April 16-20 in SMC

Include Your Voice in MU Student Health Data

Right Now It’s April, But Soon It’s Gonna Be May

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: WINTER SESSION 2019

New Today: IT Monthly Newsletter April 2018

New Today: The Grille Specials – April 16 – 20, 2018

Faculty & Staff Group Exercise Classes

2018 Technology & Engineering Summer Camp Series

Call for Applications: Faculty Coordinator for Internationalization – Fall 2018

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NEWS RELEASES

Greene breaks another record at Bison Open

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MEDIA COVERAGE

4/16 – Millersville’s Eric Horst interviewed for “Flash flood watch in effect in Lancaster County until noon.”

4/15 – LNP

·       Baseball lost to West Chester on Saturday, 9-5 and 9-7.

·       Softball swept East Stroudsburg on Saturday, 10-2 and 6-1.

4/13 – Chronicle of Higher Education – Dr. Wubah will become president at Millersville.

4/13 – Millersville University product Tim Mayza is back in majors with Blue Jays

4/13 -LancasterOnline – Tim Mayza is back in the major leagues. The Millersville University product, was recalled from the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons by the Toronto Blue Jays Tuesday.

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

4/16 – Disability Pride Day 2018

4/17 – Made in Millersville

4/19 –

4/26 – Dining with Champions Scholarship Dinner and Auction set for Thursday, April 26

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April 13, 2018

’Ville Daily | April 13, 2018

FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS

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UNIVERSITY NEWS

New Today: Football Coaching Candidates Open Forum Schedule

Community Electronics Recycling Available at MU Earth Day Celebration

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT COMMENCEMENT AND COMMENCEMENT REHEARSAL

MU Clothing Drive

How can an Art History Minor help your career?

2nd Symposium on Educational Leadership and Poverty

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STUDENTS

New Today: Today only: 25% off at the University Store!

Under the Gun: Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion

Come Pet the Dogs! – April 17

MU Shark Tank

Fall 2018 Office of the President Student Assistant Openings

Pizza and Wings with the VP

PAID Internship Opportunity On Campus – Join a great team of professionals at Global Education!

Triathlon on April 16-20 in SMC

Events Galore this Week in the Arts

Include Your Voice in MU Student Health Data

Interested in Becoming a Paid Peer Educator? CHEP is Currently Accepting Applications

Right Now It’s April, But Soon It’s Gonna Be May

How-to Videos on Room Selection in the Residence Halls: Individual Selection or Group Selection

ELC Employees Needed

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FACULTY/STAFF

New Today: Faculty & Staff Group Exercise Classes

2018 Technology & Engineering Summer Camp Series

Parade Fundraiser: Sunday, April 15 (Meat Bingo)

Nominations being accepted for Faculty Senate elections

Call for Applications: Faculty Coordinator for Internationalization – Fall 2018

Fidelity On-Site Visit

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NEWS RELEASES

MU Takes Part in National Day of Action to Prevent Violence in Schools

Millersville Ranks for Best Online Master’s Degree in Emergency Management

Millersville Presents Second Annual FestiVille Music Weekend

Millersville University Holds First Disability Pride Day

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MEDIA COVERAGE

4/12 – WGAL – Millersville University students design, build vehicle they hope to drive to competition victory

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EVENTS: UNIVERSITY CALENDAR AND GET INVOLVED

4/11-13 – The 35th Millersville Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide, April 11-13

4/13 –

  • Track at Kutztown
  • Baseball vs. West Chester, 1 and 3 p.m., home
  • Softball vs. Shippensburg, 2:30 p.m., and 5, home

4/14 –

  • Women’s tennis vs. Shippensburg, home, 11 a.m.
  • Lacrosse at Mercyhurst
  • Softball vs. East Stroudsburg, home at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
  • Baseball at West Chester, 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
  • Men’s tennis vs. Daemen, home at 2 p.m.
  • Track at Bison Open

4/16 – Disability Pride Day 2018

4/17 – Made in Millersville

4/19 –

4/26 – Dining with Champions Scholarship Dinner and Auction set for Thursday, April 26

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