What to do at DSU today, 10/2

  • The show Arsenic and Old Lace is playing in Labuda at 9:45 AM.
  • Support the Women’s Field Hockey team at their home game vs. Immaculata University at 4:00 PM.
  • CSSJ is going to the Victory House to cook meals for the less fortunate. They are leaving at 4:30 PM from McShea.
  • Cheer on the Women’s Volleyball team at their home match vs. Wilkes University at 7:00 PM.
  • The Men’s Soccer team has an away game at Franklin and Marshall University at 7:00 PM.
  • Esto Vir (Men’s Group) and Philotheas (Women’s Group) are meeting at 9:15 PM in the Kender Rm and the Alocoque House.

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Questions? Contact Nick Luchko at Nicholas.Luchko@desales.edu or Tracy Gallagher at tracy.gallagher@desales.edu

Maintenance work and power outage on 10/8

On Monday, October 8, there will be:

  • miscellaneous exploratory masonry work performed outside Dooling Hall. There could possibly be drilling or hammering noises from this event.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
  • a power outage from 7:00 a.m to 10:00 a.m in Conmy and Tocik Hall for Electrical Maintenance.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any question or concerns please feel free to contact Jim Molchany, Director of Facilities, at Ext 1644

Mass casualty training at DeSales, 10/5

On the morning of Friday, October 5, DeSales University and Cedar Crest College student nurses, in cooperation with DSU EMS leaders, will deal with a nightmare. The scenario feigns a tornado striking the tennis courts at DeSales University during an NCAA championship leaving injured, dying, and dead victims throughout the area.

This event provides a large-scale, dynamic opportunity to exercise coordination, collaborative management, and emergency medical care given a mass-casualty situation (MASCAL) event. DSU and Cedar Crest nursing students, Lehigh Valley Hospital Emergency Management and health care providers, LVAIC EMS, Lehigh and Northampton County Emergency Management, and up to a dozen municipal ambulance squads will coordinate for – and provide patient care to – victims of a type of MASCAL event that could happen anywhere.

Nursing students will engage up to 27 patient profiles prepared by the DSU Nursing Department and replicated on volunteer victims prepared for the drill using moulage or on smart, hi-fidelity manikins. Nursing students will be supervised in triage, first aid, transport, patient care and management, and emergency medicine by DeSales, Cedar Crest and Lehigh Valley Hospital faculty & staff. Lehigh Valley Hospital will deploy its surge/field hospital and MEDEVAC helicopter to the scene of the disaster. DSU Faculty and Lehigh Valley Hospital doctors with a head nurse from Pennsylvania Air National Guard Special Operations will challenge nursing students to handle the intensity found in emergency medical situations.

The event will be followed by an after action review conducted between faculty and students.

Questions? Mark Plaushin, OSFS Executive Director, P3
610-282-1100 ext. 2272 or mark.plaushin@desales.edu

What To Do at DSU – Monday, October 1

What To Do at DSU – Monday, October 1:

  • 7:30 p.m. – Irish Step Dancing Club Ceili Welcome (all students welcome) – MAC

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McShea project over Pacer Break

The entrance way doors leading into McShea from the parking lot will be off-limits from 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. on Monday, October 8 and Tuesday, October 9 but access to the Kender and Danko rooms at this same entrance will still be permitted.  The custodial department will be stripping and waxing the tile floor near this location.  Sorry for any inconvenience and thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Questions? Sean.McSorley@desales.edu

Meet the newest RAD instructors

Marie, Laurie, Leah and Samantha are kneeling 3rd , 5th, 6th and 7th from left
Picture Credit to Captain Bedics

Chief Stuart J. Bedics and the DSU police department, sponsored a R.A.D. instructor course this week at the University Center.  Marie Peterson, ACCESS assistant to the Dean of Lifelong Learning, Laurie Rubio, secretary for the MSN program, Leah Breisch, Director of Residence Life, and Samantha Hennis, Senior DSU Marriage and Family Studies are the newest R.A.D. instructors.

The mission of the R.A.D. Systems is to establish an accessible, constantly improving and internationally respected alliance of dedicated instructors.  These instructors will provide educational opportunities for women, children, men, and seniors to create a safer future for themselves.  In doing this, they will challenge society to evolve into an existence where violence is not an acceptable part of daily life.

For more information on The R.A.D. Systems of Self Defense: http://www.rad-systems.com/

Coming soon to DSU an opportunity for the DSU community to become a RAD Grad!

Flu Vaccine Clinic, 10/10

When: Wednesday October 10

Where: In the Circle in front of Dooling (look for St. Luke’s mobile unit)

Time: 2 pm to 4:30 pm

Cost: $20.00

Cash or check: Payable to St. Luke’s

(Medicare accepted)

Questions? Tammy.Lippincott@desales.edu