Graduating seniors are asked to check their campus mailboxes for important information regarding graduation and cap and gown pickup.
Congratulations to the following students for conference presentation at the 10th Annual Social Research Social Justice Conference, April 5, 2013 at Muhlenberg College:
Lauren Cartlidge: “The Clery Act and Confidentiality at DeSales University”.
Curtis Cappuccino: “Preserving U.S Agricultural Subsidies”.
Heather Craft & Matthew McMonagle: “The Problems of News Coverage of Mass Shootings”
Douglas Hunt: “Bruce Springsteen: The Exploration of Working Class Injustice in His Lyrics”.
Joseph Marlin: “Lack of Access to Broadband Connection is Socially Unjust”
Nisha Oommen: “Internet Access in the United States”
Moderatos from DeSales University: Dr. Tahereh Alavi Hojjat and Mr. Robert Spicer
Participants came from: Cedar Crest College, Kutztown University, Lafayette College, Lehigh University, and Muhlenberg College.
Rice Bowl Drop-Off
Anyone who was participating in the Rice Bowl program with Catholic Relief Services is asked to return your “bowl” to Maggie Riggins’ office in McShea by Thursday, April 4.
At the 8 p.m. Mass on Sunday, April 7, seven DeSales students will be confirmed and received into full communion with the Catholic Church. Please pray for Alyssa Petillo, Cara Guth, Marissa Arahill, Joe Rooney, Bernard Camacho, Sean Boyd and Louisa Wickus.
What my Catholic Faith Means to Me
Tuesday, April 9 at 4 p.m. in Wills Hall Chapel: Dr. Rodney Howsare
- If you are a faculty or staff member who would like to share your own faith story and be a part of this Campus Ministry series, please email Maggie Riggins: Magdalene.email@example.com All faith traditions welcome!
The approved budget for fiscal 2014 will be presented to the campus community on Thursday, April 18, 2013, at 1:30 PM in the Trexler Room in the DUC. The presentation will last approximately one hour. Everyone is invited to attend.
Blessed John Paul II Memorial Arts & Culture event This year the Salesian Center is hosting Catholic singer and songwriter Ryan Tremblay for this event on Tuesday, April 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the University Center. Accompanying Tremblay will be his producer and Grammy-nominated co-writer, Todd Urbonas. This event is free and open to the public. No tickets are required.
More info? http://web1.desales.edu/default.aspx?pageid=8512
Congratulations to this year’s Fleming Ethics Bowl competitors. The Division of Business is proud to announce that DeSales University’s Team B achieved first place standing among the other eleven teams. Muhlenberg College’s Team L ranked second and Moravian College’s Team G ranked third. We certainly hope you will offer your personal congratulations to our DeSales University Ethics Bowl Winners.
Team Advisor: Dr. Amy K. S. Scott; Team Leader: Brian Panella; Team Members: Sara Bruno, Rachel Myslinski, John Bayeux and Andrew Kalafsky.
In the March 20, 2013 edition of the DeSales Daily, we announced the passing of Dr. Julius Bede, retired Associate Professor of Computer Science.
Out of respect for Dr. Bede’s final wishes, the executors of his estate have firmly decided to honor his request that there be no funeral or memorial services for him.
Julius G. Bede earned graduate degrees from Lehigh University (M.S., 1960) and Columbia University (Sc.D.,1972) and worked for nearly two decades in industry, specifically for AT&T Bell Laboratories, until beginning his tenure as a faculty member in the Department of Mathematics/Computer Science at DeSales University in 1988. Dr. Bede was the founding Director of the Master of Science in Information Systems (M.S.I.S.) graduate program at DSU, and previously served as Department Chair of Mathematics/Computer Science. For over twenty-five years, Dr. Bede taught mathematics and computer science courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, before retiring in August 2012. He was an active outdoorsman who enjoyed hiking, cycling and swimming. A wine connoisseur, Dr. Bede enjoyed sharing his love of wine with his friends and colleagues, all of whom now mourn his loss.