Dining Daily: Thanksgiving Bake Sale Begins Today!

The annual Thanksgiving Bake Sale begins today! Order some delicious house made treats to bring home for your family for the holidays. Order forms can be picked up at any dining register on campus. Orders and payment will be accepted from November 1st-November 12th and pick up will be November 19th-November 20th at the DUC. (Cash, Credit, Paw Bucks, and Flex accepted) 

Menu for Thursday, November 1st

Lunch:

  • Salad: Sage Roasted Chicken Salad
  • Bistro: Corn Flake Cod Sandwich, Open Faced Roast Turkey Sandwich with Gravy, Curried Tofu, Rosemary Parmesan Fries, Rice, Vegetables
  • Deli: Turkey Cranberry Wrap
  • Grill: Chicken Parmesan Bar

Gambet Lunch Special

  • Pulled Pork Sandwich
  • Smoked Gouda Mac & Cheese

Dinner:

  • Sauté: Cheesesteak Bar
  • Bistro:  Salisbury Steak, Rosemary Herb Chicken, Fettuccine Alfredo, Rice, Vegetables

Upcoming Events:

  • November 5th-7th: Sautee Smackdown
  • November 7th: Farmer’s Market at Sandella’s
  • November 15th-Elite Italian Night

Questions? Email: Abigail.Heydlauf@desales.edu

Faculty: Apply Now for Director of the DSU Rome Program, Fall 2020

At this time, I enthusiastically invite members of the full-time faculty to consider becoming the Director of the DSU Rome Program during the fall 2020 semester. The university provides accommodations for housing and travel for the Rome faculty director, whose duties include:

  • residing in Rome for the entire fall semester
  • teaching a three-course load plus supervising student internships
  • serving as the emergency contact person for the DSU students in Rome
  • working with Dante Center personnel to ensure the smooth day-to-day functioning of the program.

Full-time faculty members in all disciplines may submit applications by Monday, November 19, 2018, for the directorship of the fall 2020 program.

Applications should be submitted to Dr. Brian Kane, Director of International Academic Affairs, and should include the following:

  • two-page proposal outlining the three courses the faculty member proposes to teach
  • curriculum vitae
  • letter of approval by the faculty applicant’s Division Head.

Proposed courses should emphasize Rome and/or Italy; preference will be given to applicants who will offer courses in the general education core curriculum.  Faculty with the rank of associate professor or professor will also be given preference.

Please direct any questions that you have to Dr. Brian Kane – Brian.Kane@desales.edu

Spring Semester Meal Plan Changes Now Being Accepted for Resident Students!

If you are a resident student and need to change your meal plan for the Spring 2019 semester, now is your chance!  November 1 – November 20 stop by the Card Office located in the DUC to change your meal plan.  NO CHANGES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER NOVEMBER 20! Remember if you have at least $100 Dining Dollars left on your account for Fall 2018, that will roll over to next semester.

Commuters also need to sign up for a meal plan for next semester or no meal plan will be assigned automatically.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Monica at ext. 2273 or by email atmonica.paly@desales.edu

Academics for Veterans (A’s for Vets) and LVMAC Invite You to Participate in Green Zone Training

Named for the secure international zone in Baghdad, Iraq, this professional development program is designed for higher education administrators, faculty, and staff.  This program will assist attendees in developing a supportive network and campus community for veterans, active service members, and their families. Green Zone training has been adopted nationwide by universities and colleges to assist military students as they navigate the complexities of today’s educational environment.

By attending Green Zone Training, you are saying yes to supporting your veteran and active military students.  At the end of the training, you will receive a Green Zone seal and certificate to put in your area for veterans and their families to know that you are a safe space.

Guest Speaker/Trainer – Stephen Ross – Virginia Commonwealth University [Read more…]

Next Week: Adventures of a Forensic Anthropologist and Her Cadaver Dog

Kathy Day has worked at the Alaska State Medical Examiner’s Office and taught courses at the University of Alaska and the DeSales University MCJ Program. Involved with the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team (DMORT), Day has been trained at the famed Body Farm at the University of Tennessee, the L.A. Coroner’s Clandestine Grave Course, and the Armed Forces Institute of Forensic Pathology.

A world traveler, she’s been deployed as part of the Federal Incident Management Response Team for relief following major earthquakes and hurricanes, and in 2015 she participated  with the Secret Service and law enforcement for Pope Francis’ visit. Currently involved in K9 Search and Rescue, Day uses her cadaver dog, Tara, to find missing people.

Thursday, November 8, 2018, 7:00PM
Commonwealth Room, DeSales University Center

This event is sponsored by the DeSales Criminal Justice Program.

Reserve your space by calling Colleen Petrick @ ext. 1466.

 

Informational Meeting on Summer Abroad Program in Segovia, Spain 2019

Would you like to study Spanish and cover HUM III and HUM IV in Spain? Or take courses dictated in English and still cover your HUMIII?

DeSales University invites you to join us for the Summer Abroad Program in Segovia, Spain 2019 (May 28-June 26).

An informational meeting will be held on Monday, November 5, in Dooling 204 at 3:00PM. If in the meantime you have questions, please contact Dr. Angelica Silva or stop by at her office in Dooling 273.

Questions? Angelica.Silva@desales.edu