University Bulletin – November 20, 2012
Seeking Holiday Donations to Benefit Local Agencies: ESU students from the Foundations of Social Work Practice class are collecting food, winter clothing, and toys for the holidays to benefit several community agencies until Wednesday, Dec. 5. The proceeds will go to Women’s Resources of Monroe County, Inc., Pocono Area Transitional Housing, the Salvation Army, and Pocono Alliance. Donations will assist some families that are fleeing domestic violence as well as other families experiencing homelessness, or lacking food security, and/or dealing with additional crisis events. Collection boxes for donated items will be placed in the University Center Commuter Lounge, University Bookstore, Residence Halls, and Stroud 101. For more information please call 570-422-3844 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information call 570-422-3844 or email email@example.com.
ESU’s Research and Economic Development Division, in Collaboration with its Community Partners, will Host Seminar 4: Financing a New Business, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20 at the ESU Innovation Center. William Lewis, vice president, commercial lending, ESSA Bank & Trust will discuss what financing programs are available and how to present your loan request. After this seminar, Seminar 5: Entrepreneurial Support Panel Discussion will follow and end at 8 p.m. The seminars are open to the public at no cost. To register contact: Carter McClure, ESU business accelerator manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 570-422-7920.
ESU Will Celebrate Its First Annual 2012 Holiday on the Circle, at 6:00 p.m. Monday, Nov. 26. ESU students and community members are invited to join university President Marcia G. Welsh, Ph.D., as she offers holiday greetings. The event will conclude with a traditional carol-sing led by the ESU Concert Choir and the lighting of the Christmas tree and Menorah. Immediately following the event will be an open house at the president’s residence on the circle. Cookies and hot cider will be served. For more information call Warren Anderson, assistant vice president for student affairs, at 570-422-3463. The event is open to the public at no cost.
An Open House – The V.O.I.C.E. Center (Victims Options in the Campus Environment), 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27 in Hemlock Suites 141A. Check out the new office and have a warm beverage. Discover what we are all about.
A Free Gym Night Event For Children Ages 3 and Up Available to Faculty, Staff and Students, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7, in the Zimbar Gym. The Gamma Xi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi (International Honor Society in Education) sponsors the event. A variety of fun games and activities will be available for children to engage in throughout the evening. This program is designed to give our Kappa Delta Pi members an opportunity to provide service to the ESU community. It also provides free childcare for those interested in attending the president’s holiday party or those just interested in a parents’ night out. If you are interested in this service, please register your child by emailing the name and age of the child to Ashley Parker at email@example.com. A confirmation email will be sent to you once this information is received. If you have any questions, please call Dr. Pamela Kramer Ertel at 570-422-3377. Please register your child by Tuesday, December 4.
Kemp Library Needs Your Help! The LibQUAL+® Library Survey is here! The survey runs from Nov. 5 through Nov. 21 This year’s shorter version takes less than 5 minutes to complete. Just follow the link in your email. The survey is totally confidential. Email addresses entered for the drawing are used for incentive prizes only and are not saved with your LibQUAL+® responses. Make your voice heard and enter the drawing for a chance to win cash prizes! All prizes will be added to your eCard. There is one grand prize of $100, three prizes of $50 and ten prizes of $25.
Document Your Involvement at ESU with a Co- Curricular Transcript: The Co-Curricular Transcript will allow students to develop official documentation of their involvement while at ESU and is being developed by the Office of Student Activities. This complement to your academic transcript can give you an extra boost when applying for jobs and graduate school. WarriorLink – the one-stop location for involvement, leadership and networking – will power the program. WarriorLink can be accessed at esu.collegiatelink.net (please note there is no “www”). This powerful new tool will allow student organizations to better connect with new and existing members and be the basis for the Co-Curricular Transcript program. Those who are involved with student organizations should work with their organization’s leader to get their page set up and to add all of their current members. This will begin the process for a student to develop his/her Co-Curricular Transcript. If you have any questions, contact the Director of the University Center and Student Activities, John Robinson, Ed. D., at firstname.lastname@example.org or 570-422-3607.
Wednesday, November 28, 7:30 p.m. Cecilia S. Cohen Recital Hall University/Community Orchestra Concert On a Lighter Note
Betsy Buzzelli-Clarke, director
Open to the public at no cost.
For information, 570-422-3483 or email@example.com.
November 29, 30 and December 1, 8 p.m.; December 2, 2:00 p.m.
Dale Snow Theatre
Stage II One-Act Plays
Stage II, the student theatre organization, is responsible for all aspects of the production including play selection, directing, acting, design and technical elements. Recommended for mature audiences only.
General admission, $12; faculty/staff and senior citizens
(with ID), $10; students (with ID), $7; youth, $5.
For information or ticket reservations, please call 570-422-
3483, x 4 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, December 5, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Madelon Powers Gallery
Semester Review Reception for Artists
Open to the public at no cost.
For information, 570-422-3483 or email@example.com.
strong>Spring 2013 Auditions for the University Dance Company (UDC) will be Monday and Wednesday, Feb. 4 and 6, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. Students accepted to be in UDC must be able to enroll in and attend DANC/FIT 315: Dance Performance & Production MW 2 – 3:30 p.m. (1 credit). Prior dance experience of 3 – 4 years in a variety of dance forms suggested. For more information, please email Dr. Elizabeth Gibbons, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Courses Pending Approval by the University-Wide Curriculum Committee. Descriptions are available upon request in the office of the committee chair in the English department (Stroud 309). Address questions within 10 university calendar days after first appearance.
DANC 216 Creative Dance for Children (change in pre-reqs.)
DANC 316 Dance Teaching Practicum (change in desc., pre-reqs.)
MLAR 116 GE: Arabic I (addition of DE)
MLAR 117 GE: Arabic II (addition of DE)
MLCH 214 GE: Chinese III (addition of DE)
MLCH 215 GE: Chinese IV (addition of DE)
MLFR 116 GE: French I (addition of DE)
MLFR 117 GE: French II (addition of DE)
MLFR 214 GE: French III (addition of DE)
MLFR 215 GE: French IV (addition of DE)
MLGK 116 GE: Ancient Greek I (addition of DE)
MLGK 117 GE: Ancient Greek II (addition of DE)
MLGR 116 GE: German I (addition of DE)
MLGR 117 GE: German II (addition of DE)
MLGR 214 GE: German III (addition of DE)
MLGR GE: German IV (addition of DE)
MLIT 214 GE: Italian III (addition of DE)
MLIT 215 GE: Italian IV (addition of DE)
MLJA 116 GE: Japanese I (addition of DE)
MLJA 117 GE: Japanese II (addition of DE)
MLLN 116 GE: Latin I (addition of DE)
MLLN 117 GE: Latin II (addition of DE)
MLPG 116 GE Portuguese I (addition of DE)
MLPG 117 GE: Portuguese II (addition of DE)
MLRU 116 GE: Russian I (addition of DE)
MLRU 117 GE: Russian II (addition of DE)
MLSP 116 GE: Spanish I (addition of DE)
MLSP 117 GE: Spanish II (addition of DE)
MLSP 214 GE: Spanish III (addition of DE)
MLSP 215 GE: Spanish IV (addition of DE)
PSY 341 Measurement and Evaluation (change in #)
Change in Program:
B.S. Computer Science (change in add. reqs.)
B.S. Computer Security (change in add. reqs.)