Listening Session with Fr. Greenfield Tomorrow, 1/11

As announced in Fr. Jim’s letter to the campus community, he is hosting two “Listening Sessions” this week.  Today at 9 a.m., he met with the Enrollment Management Staff and on Thursday, January 11 at 1:30 p.m., he will meet with Student Affairs.  If you are interested in being a part of one of these sessions, please contact Mary at

A fuller schedule of listening sessions will be provided next week.


Recently reported CPU flaws Meltdown and Spectre

You may be seeing news reports of AMD/Intel computer processor flaws which have serious security concerns, called Meltdown and Spectre. These flaws allow one program on a computer to steal information from another program on that computer. Computers in this sense include everything from servers, to PCs, tablets and phones. A program that exploits these flaws can run in your browser, on a tablet, phone, and even on cloud provider computers. So, what should you do?

  • Keep your computers, tablets, and phones updated
  • Update your web browser(s)
  • Run anti-malware software, like
  • Be careful where you store sensitive information, like passwords and banking information

For more information, check this blog post:


Sign Up Now: TIAA Counseling Sessions, 1/17

Wednesday, January 17th, 2018


University Center, Auxiliary Services Conference Room

Kathy Johnston, a representative from TIAA, will be onsite Wednesday, January 17th, to hold individual counseling sessions with DeSales employees. Don’t miss the opportunity to have Kathy provide you with expert feedback that will assist you in effectively managing your retirement portfolio!

Appointments to meet with Kathy must be made in advance. Please call 800.732.8353 to reserve your sessions. Time slots will fill up quickly, so don’t wait to call.

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