It’s a boy!

Dr. Joshua Schulz (Philosophy and Theology) and his wife Christine welcomed their fourth child into the world on Friday, August 24.  Their new boy, Gabriel Joseph, weighed 8 lbs. 1oz.  Both Christine and Gabriel are at home and doing well.  Gabriel’s excited siblings are William Michael, 9, Jillian Marie, 7, and Sophia Anne, 4.


Students: Fall Internship Paperwork due 8/30

All students who are planning to do an internship for academic credit this Fall Semester, MUST submit their application/offer letter/resume by this Thursday, August 30.  If there is an extenuating circumstance as to why you are unable to meet this deadline, please notify career services immediately.  Also, if you have not attended an orientation for the internship program, please notify career services immediately.  You will need to have an orientation before you can submit your paperwork and start your internship experience.



Book drive, 8/27 – 10/5

The DeSales University Geocaching Club is running another book drive this semester to promote world literacy through World Wide Book Drive. Collection boxes will be located in the DUC and McShea starting this Monday, August 27, and the drive will run through October 5. We will take any unwanted or unused books.

Questions?  Andrew Ivankovits at .

Donate Women’s Shoes for Walk-A-Mile!

Walk-A-Mile in Her Shoes is an event hosted by the DeSales PACE (Peers Advising Counseling Educating) organization that raises awareness for rape, sexual assault and gender violence. All proceeds from the event go to help victims dealing with this horrible reality. We are in need of women’s shoes for participants who would like to walk in the event. If you would like to donate heels, sandals, or any type of women’s shoes, please drop them off in the box located in the Wellness Center of McShea.

If any students are going home for Labor Day weekend, be sure to bring back any women’s shoes you would like to get rid of and put them to good use to support this wonderful cause!


Students: Service Ice Cream Social, 8/29

Want to learn about community service-based clubs, activities and work-study jobs?  Come to the Community Service Ice Cream Social, Wednesday, August 29 at 8pm in the McShea MAC!  Need more information?

Contact Jaime Gerhart at 610-282-1100 x1889 or

This week in Campus Ministry


  • Mass 5pm Wills Hall


  • Mass 5pm Wills Hall
  • Confession: 7:15pm Connelly Chapel
  • Catholic Book Club 8pm at Alacoque House
    Book for Fall Semester: “My Life with the Saints”
    More info: Danny:
  • Philotheas (Women’s Group) 9:15pm Alacoque House
  • Esto Vir (Men’s Group)  9:15pm Kender, McShea


  • Mass: 5pm Wills Hall
  • Pro-Life Club Meeting 7pm Kender, McShea
    More info: Teresa:
  • Oblate Male Spirituality and Discernment Group
    6pm-8pm Alacoque House (dinner provided!)
    More info: Tim:


  • Mass 5pm Wills Hall
    • Servers: 7:15pm
    • Lectors: 7:45pm
    • Eucharistic Ministers: 8:30pm
  • Theology of the Body Discussion Group 9:15pm Kender, McShea


  • Mass 5pm Wills Hall


Faculty: Academic Oversight Committee Minutes for 3/28

The Academic Oversight Committee is pleased to distribute the minutes from the meeting of March 28, 2012.


March 28, 2012 | 3:00-3:30 p.m. | Dooling Hall | Meeting Minutes

PRESENT: Mr. John Bell, Dr. Rodger Berg, Dr. Robert Blumenstein, Ms. Deborah Booros, Dr. Christopher Cocozza, Father Peter Leonard, Dr. Karen Walton.

Dr. Chris Cocozza called the meeting to order at 3:00 p.m. 

1.            Approval of the Minutes from February 22, 2012 meeting. Minutes approved.

2.            Instructional Equivalencies (Ms. Booros).  Deb explained the reasons for proposing the DSU model for instructional equivalencies. The committee discussed the components of the proposal and agreed that implementation should be required for “quality control” in the hybrid and online ACCESS and Graduate programs. The Division Heads will forward the document to their faculty who should email any comments to The final version will be presented at a faculty meeting to inform faculty how the plan will be implemented and evaluated.

3.            Academic Excellence Presentation. All members of the Academic Oversight Committee attend the student presentations and vote.

4.            Faculty Workshop. Please email ideas to Chris Cocozza.

The meeting adjourned at 3:30 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled for April 25 in the Hurd Science Center from 3:00 – 5:00.