Trexler Library Online Database Update

Faculty members – please use the links in the provided document when adding library database information to your ANGEL course. These links will provide both on and off campus access for your students.  This list is also available on the library webpage under “For Faculty”.

The links were revised this year, so the links in your older courses may not be correct any longer.


Trexler Databases Updated Links 2012

What to do at DSU, 11/28

  • 12:00 PM-4:00 PM – Career and Internship Fair – DUC
  • 12:15 PM to 12:45 PM – Alacoque Discussions
  • 4:00 PM & 7:00 PM – Kindness Can Change the World PACE Program – DUC
  • 6:00 PM – Women’s Basketball (HOME) vs. FDU-Florham
  • 6:00 PM – Male Spirituality and Discernment Group Meeting – Alacoque House
  • 6:45 PM – Geocaching Club Meeting – Study Lounge in McShea
  • 7:00 PM – Pro-Life Club Meeting – Kender Room
  • 7:30 PM – Symposium on Faith and Freedom – DUC
  • 8:00 PM – Sword of the Spirit Bible Study – Alacoque House
  • 8:00 PM – Exercise is Medicine Club Meeting – Hurd, Room 118
  • 8:00 PM – Men’s Basketball (HOME) vs. FDU-Florham
  • 8:00 PM – A Christmas Story Opening Night – Labuda
  • 8:00 PM & 8:30 PM – Medicine Ball Mania – Billera

*All events are subject to change*

How is your career planning going? Take the 3-credit course offered next semester called Career Development and Planning SO-140 (T/Th 2-3:15) taught by Kristin Eicholtz!

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Congratulations to Deanna Kubat!

Congratulations to ACCESS student Deanna Kubat, the first recipient of the ACCESS Annual Father Alexander Pocetto Scholarship. Deanna is pictured (middle) with Father Pocetto and Dean of lifelong Learning, Deborah Booros, during the celebration of National Non-Traditional Student Week. Father Pocetto was one of the founders of the ACCESS program 35 years ago. Over 70 ACCESS applicants, who met specific qualifications, applied for the scholarship, and we were honored to have Father Pocetto choose Deanna as our first winner. Our best wishes to you Deanna! Only 8 more courses to go!


Lona Farr Joins Board of Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival

The Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival is pleased to welcome Lona M. Farr, Ph.D., owner of Farr Associates Consulting LLC, to its board of directors.

Nationally recognized for her accomplishments, Farr has more than thirty-five years of nonprofit management experience in capital and annual campaigns, planned giving programs, volunteer management, public relations and marketing.  She was one of ninety-seven individuals in the world to hold the designation Advanced Certified Fundraising Executive (ACFRE) and is the past chair of the ACFRE Certification Board.  A consultant for seventeen years, she has served in leadership positions on the staffs of DeSales University, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital, Muhlenberg College, and Diakon/The Lutheran Home at Topton.

“There is no substitute for wisdom and experience. Dr. Farr’s expertise will be invaluable to the governance of the Festival, and we are delighted to welcome her to our board,” says Patrick Mulcahy, producing artistic director.

Farr joins a board of 27 directors who continue to develop the Festival into a world-class theatre attracting patrons from all 50 states and the nation’s leading artists while deepening its contribution to the economic vitality of the Lehigh Valley. 


Kindness Can Change the World PACE Program, 11/28

What if everyone took a few seconds out of their busy schedules everyday to think about making someone else’s day? What if the focus wasn’t always about “I” or “me” all the time? You can be the one person that changes someone else’s life, and in return, you can be an inspiration for others to do the same. A simple act of kindness can start a chain reaction that can eventually change the world. Attend this PACE program to find out how you can make a difference.

When: Wednesday, November 28 at 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm

Where: The DUC

Questions? Contact Emilee Rutherford, at

Campus Ministry Announcements

  • MASS CHANGES THIS WEEKEND! – –  Mass will be held on Saturday, Dec. 1 at 5:30pm in Wills Hall, and on Sunday, Dec. 2 at 12:30pm in Wills Hall. Please note time and location change! Regular 8pm Mass will resume with the final Mass of the Fall Semester on December 9.
  • Due to preparation and performance of Gaudeamus, Connelly Chapel will be closed from Monday, Nov. 26 through Saturday, Dec. 8.  There is no Confession on Tuesday, Nov. 27 or Tuesday, Dec. 4.  There is no Eucharistic Exposition on Friday, Nov. 30 and Friday, Dec. 7  and there is no Praise and Worship on Friday, Nov. 30 or Friday, Dec. 7.
  • On Tuesday, Nov. 27 Fr. Alexander Pocetto presents “The Vocation to Vowed Religious Life” at 9:15pm in the Kender Room in McShea
  • On Thursday, Nov. 29 at 4pm in Wills Hall, De. Larry Chapp presents “What My Catholic Faith Means to Me” – as part of a Year of Faith series sponsored by Campus Ministry.   Dr. Brennan Pursell will present on Wed, Dec. 5.

Questions? Contact

Christmas Zumba-thon: Physician Assistant Student Society Event, 11/29

The Physician Assistant Student Society is hosting a Christmas themed Zumba-thon!

Thursday, Novemeber 29 at 8:00 pm, Billera Hall Recreational Courts

Admission: $3 per person

Instructed by: Chelsea Saylor, Michelle Waldron

Special guest return of: Cait Trovato and Ashley White!

All proceeds will go to buying donations for a local doctor who throws a surprise Christmas party for her underserved patients.Her party enables her patients to make a holiday dinner of their own, give presents to their kids, and receive the much needed clothes and necessities to better their lives.

Questions? Chloe Palma <>

Want to be a Character U Mentor?

What will your legacy be?  Want to be a leader on campus?  Want to work with first-year students?  Want to move-in early?  Applications to become a mentor are available now in the DeSales Experience office and on the Character U website.  Applications will be due February 1.

Information Sessions will be December 4 and January 21 at 7:00 pm in the Kender Conference Room in McShea.

Questions?  Contact