Tomorrow: CONNECTIONS Career and Internship Fair

career and internship fair

This is your chance to make a good first impression! Dress in your business attire, bring copies of your resume and begin networking with employers.

Open to all years and majors, whether you’re applying for jobs or learning more about internship opportunities.

FREE professional headshots will also be available at the event!

See a list of participating employers on Bulldogs4HIRE.

Don’t have a resume yet? Stop by the Career Development Center to work with a trained Career Ambassador to get you started.

Tuesday, November 6, 2018   2-4pm
DeSales University Conference Center

Are You A Military Veteran? Let DeSales Vets for Vets Know!

DeSales University has a newly chartered chapter of Student Veterans of America. Membership growing, DeSales Vets for Vets is busily working on a number of initiatives, many of which you will see and hear about in upcoming months. With that in mind, we want to create a vibrant military and veterans community at DeSales, inclusive of all.

Unfortunately, military/veteran status is not available for employees. So, the hope is to gather that information, with your help. If you have served or are currently serving in the military, please contact Joann Haws ( via email and include your branch of service and status. DeSales Vets for Vets would like to keep you up to date on plans, events, etc.

Tomorrow: Agnes de Mille and Her Legacy in Concert Dance

When: Tuesday, November 6, from 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Where: Dooling Auditorium

Please join the Dance Department in a discussion of the work of American dancer and choreographer Agnes de Mille.  Best known for her choreography of the original Broadway productions of Oklahoma! and Carousel, de Mille is credited with creating the first truly American ballet Rodeo. The event will start with a special screening of her 1942 ballet Rodeo followed by a panel discussion led by dance faculty Julia Mayo. Panelists will include Paul Sutherland, an official répétiteur of Rodeo, Kathleen Moore Tovar, former principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre, and Beatriz Rodriguez, former principal dancer with the Joffrey Ballet. Each artist will discuss their experience working directly with Agnes de Mille and the impact of her work on their careers.

Questions? Please contact

Award Winning Films Screened in Annual Screendance Festival

Join the Dance and TV/Film departments for the annual Screendance Festival on Thursday, November 15 (8:00 PM) and Sunday November 18 (8:00 PM) in the Gambet Center on the DeSales University Center Valley campus.

The DeSales Screendance Festival showcases the exciting art form of Screen-dance, a hybrid art form of dance and film that blends the technological craft of filmmaking with the vibrancy and brilliance of human movement.

The festival is a two-night event.  It opens on Thursday, November 15 at 8:00 PM with a screening of international, award-winning dance films selected in partnership with the Dance Films Association.  The festival then continues three days later on Sunday night, November 18 at 8:00 PM for a screening of the slate of student films created in the very popular 48-Hour Screendance Challenge.

In an effort designed to foster collaborations between the DeSales University Dance, Theatre and TV/Film majors, students work together to conceive, choreograph, light, shoot and edit a film in just 48 hours.  The dance films created in the 48-Hour Screendance Challenge will be adjudicated and festival awards will be announced.

The DeSales University Screendance Festival screenings are free events.  However tickets are required and must be acquired in advance.   Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, or to acquire tickets, call the Labuda Center box office at 610-282-3192 or visit