University Bulletin – September 17, 2013

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P&J’s Café Menu for Sept. 18 – Appetizer: Cheese and Green Chile Quesadilla – Melted Cheddar in a Flour Tortilla with Sour Cream and Salsa. Soup or Salad: Roasted Red Pepper and Gouda Soup, Spring Mix Salad. Choice of Dressing: Ranch, Italian, Oil and Vinegar or Blue Cheese. Entrees: Shrimp Scampi – Shrimp basted with a garlic wine sauce served over rice with the vegetable of the day. London Broil: Served with a Demiglace sauce, Red Mashed Potatoes and Vegetable of the Day. Desserts: Chef’s Selection. $8 includes entire meal and beverages. Dinner is by reservation and confirmation only at

Free September 19 WorkshopsFall 2013 B.A.L.A.N.C.E. Being An Active Learner Among New College Experiences
Title: Got A’s? Learn How To Milk Note-Taking Techniques For Better Grades
Presenter: Nancy Jo Greenawalt, D.Ed., assistant professor of Intercollegiate Athletics
Time: 2:00 – 2:50 PM
Location: Beers Lecture Hall
Title: Don’t Be a Goof…Be Sure To Proof! Easy Tips To Improve Your Papers
Presenter: Sandra Eckard, Ph.D.
Time: 3:00 – 3:50 PM
Location: Writing Studio, Kemp Library

This Week in Student Activities:
More Weekly Announcements:
Sunday Sept. 22, 1:30 PM – Stony Acres: Muddy Madness. Pre-register by Monday Sept. 16. ESU students $10; faculty and staff $15; general public, $20.
Saturday, Oct. 12 – Six Flags Fright Night – Tickets go on sale Monday Sept. 16. ESU students, $35 and guests, $55.
Dorney Park Tickets – ESU Students $25.
All tickets can be purchased and/or reserved in the
University Center, Room 211.

Attention All Student Organizations: The deadline to log information on WarriorLink in order to maintain your recognition as a student organization is Sept. 20. In order to maintain this status, you must include all officer and member information. If you have questions, contact the Student Senate Office at 570-422-3417.

Officer Specific Training will be offered for student organization presidents, vice-presidents, secretaries and treasurers on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 7:00 PM in the University Center. The sessions will allow officers to gain some insight specific to their office. The president’s session will be part of the first ESU Summit. If you have questions, contact the Office of Student Activities at 570-422-3607.

Attention All Funded Student Organizations: All Fall Grants budget requests must be submitted to Renee Keiper in the SAA office on the second floor of the University Center by 4 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 23. If you did not receive your Fall Grants submission information, you must contact Atiba Khan, chair of the Finance Committee for the Student Senate, at 570-422-3417.

Art, Dance, Music & Latino Heritage Month Film Festival

Tuesday, Sept. 24, 7:00 PM
Beers Lecture Hall
Latino Heritage Month Film Festival
Wilaya (2012) directed by Pedro Pérez Rosado (Spain) Open to the public at no cost.
Sponsored by the Departments of Modern Languages, History, and Multicultural Affairs.
For more information, contact Dr. Annie Mendoza at

Thursday, Sept. 26, 7:00 PM
Beers Lecture Hall
Latino Heritage Month Film Festival
Clandestine Childhood/Infancia clandestina (2012) directed by Benjamin Ávila (Argentina/Spain/Brazil)
Open to the public at no cost.
Sponsored by the Departments of Modern Languages, History, and Multicultural Affairs.
For more information, contact Dr. Annie Mendoza at

Exhibition runs through October 4
Madelon Powers Gallery
Ciocca Prints/Yanashot Sculpture
Featuring artists Mark Ciocca and Denis Yanashot
Gallery hours: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Wednesday and Thursday, and 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Monday, Tuesday and Friday.
Open to the public at no cost.
For information, 570-422-3483 or

Community Dance Program Classes for Children and Adults
Children’s Dance: Saturday
Session 1: Runs until Oct.12
Session 2: Oct. 19 – Nov. 23
9:30 – 10:15 AM ……..Creative Dance 4 – 5 year olds (new)
10:15 – 11 AM …………Creative Dance 4 – 5 year olds (return)
11 – 11:45 AM …………Lyrical Contemporary 6 – 8 year olds
11:45 AM – 2:45 PM …….Hip-Hop/Jazz 9 – 12 year olds
Cost: $60 per 6 – week session
Adult Classes Fall 2013
Adult Yoga/Pilates: Monday 5:30 – 6:30 PM
Adult Zumba: Tuesday, Thursday 5:30 – 6:30 PM Session 1: Runs until Oct. 17
Session 2: Oct. 21 – Dec. 12 (no class Nov. 18-21)
Cost for each 6 – week session: $66 once a week, $132 twice a week. To register contact the ESU Office of Conference Services 570-422-3061, 96 Normal St. East Stroudsburg University.

Support the Warrior Marching Band and Color Guard by Attending the Collegiate Marching Band Festival, Sunday Sept. 29 at J. Birney Crum Stadium, West Linden Street, Allentown, Pa. The festival runs from noon to 6 PM and features collegiate bands from the Mid-Atlantic region. Stadium opens at 11 AM and the Warrior Marching Band will perform at 1 PM Advanced discount tickets are $15, Students (K-12 and college) $13; and Senior Citizens (65+)
$13. Children 5 and under are free. If 20 or more advance tickets are purchased, they will be $10 each. Contact with your name and the number of tickets you would like by September 10, 2013. Once a list is confirmed, payments will be taken.

Join Us For The Theatre Dept. Open House! Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2:30 PM, Smith-McFarland Theatre, Fine & Performing Arts Center. Find out more about getting involved. Students from all majors welcome! All theatre majors and minors are expected. Topics: Opportunities in Theatre, Television and Film at ESU and Professional Theatre Internships and Opportunities. Expectations for Professional Conduct in Theatre, Television and Film. Free refreshments. For information contact Prof. French at

The 4th Annual Femme Fatale Film Festival Saturday, September 21 at Pocono Community Theater in Local East Stroudsburg

This fall, ESU is sponsoring a free film festival with two classic films featuring misunderstood, naughty, or dangerous heroines: Because of You and Dangerous Liaisons. This free cultural event is designed for ESU students, faculty, staff, and the community. The event–and both films–are free and open to the public. Feel free to come for one film or for the day.

10 a.m. – Because of You
Like drama? This suspenseful film centers on the story of Christine, a fallen woman who has paid a high price for her fling with Mike Monroe, a playboy and gangster. After being released from jail, she is determined to turn her life around. However, her secrets may return to haunt her and threaten the life she has built with her new husband. This 1952 film stars Loretta Young and Jeff Chandler.

Noon – Dangerous Liaisons
How deadly can gossip be? Rich and bored aristocrats plot and scheme to destroy a young lady’s reputation. This 1988 film has an all-star cast, including Glenn Close, John Malkovich, and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Summary information courtesy of IMDb. You can find additional information and summary facts at
Treats and beverages will be available from the café, including brownies, fresh muffins, coffee, and hot popcorn. The event
will be at the Pocono Community Theater, located at 88 South Courtland Street; the theater is within easy walking distance to campus. For additional information, or to reserve your seats, feel free to contact Dr. Eckard ( or call the box office at 570-421-6684.

The English Department, Writing Studio, and College of Arts & Sciences are proud to sponsor this event.

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.

PSED 522 Foundations of Online Learning in K-12 Environments (3:3:0)

HLTH 486 Internship (change in code)
PSED 405 Classroom Management and Discipline (change in pre-req.)
PSED 406 Teaching of English in the Secondary Schools (change in pre-req.)
PSED 416 Teaching of Foreign Language (change in pre-req.)
PSED 436 Teaching of Mathematics in the Secondary Schools (change in pre-req.)
PSED 441 Introduction to Schools without Failure (change in pre-req.)
PSED 442 Discipline in the Classroom (change in pre-req.)
PSED 448 Reality Therapy in the Classroom (change in pre-req.) PSED 449 Reducing Classroom Conflict (change in pre-req.) PSED 453 Teaching and Motivating (change in pre-req.)
PSED 458 Teaching of Social Studies in the Secondary Schools (change in pre-req.)
REED 520 Teaching Reading to Students with Disabilities (change from DE2 to DE1)
REED 521 Reading and Language Development for diverse Learners (change from DE2 to DE1)
REED 522 Theoretical Models and Literacy Processes (change from DE2 to DE1)
REED 523 Analysis of Instructional Techniques in Reading (change from DE2 to DE1)
REED 526 Organization, Implementation , and Evaluation of School Reading Programs (change from DE2 to DE1)
REED 528 Teaching Content Area Reading to Diverse Learners (addition of DE1)
REED 529 Assessment and Evaluation of Literacy (change from DE2 to DE1)
REED 530 Teaching Reading through Young Adult Literature (addition of DE1)
REED 532 The Essentials of Literacy Coaching (change from DE2 to DE1)
REED 534 Literacy Coaching and Professional Development (change from DE2 to DE1)
REED 580 Research Problems in Reading (change from DE2 to DE1)

Addition in Program:
Public Health Minor

Tuesday, September 17, 2013