Category: Faculty

Campus announcements for faculty.

Human Library (Cultural Credit)

Greetings, The Multicultural Student Council invites you to attend the 2nd annual Human Library on Feb. 23 from 1-4 p.m.! The Human Library is a platform for dialogue where it is okay to speak about experiences, identity and ideas. This is a

Clothing Donation Drive through Feb. 23

Come by the front of the CUB all this week (Feb. 19-23) and bring gently used clothing for Kaleidoscope’s clothing drive. The donations will be given to transgender youth in Volusia County at the end of the week. If you

Rotaract’s Book Drive

Hello All, Rotaract will be having a Book Drive this whole week in front of the CUB from 12-2 p.m. Please consider donating any old children’s books that you may have. All books will be donated to children in local

Nominations Now Open: Senior Awards, Commencement Speakers and Faculty Advising – Due March 20

In a few short months, we will find ourselves gathered for another Stetson commencement! The application/nomination process for Commencement speakers, senior awards (McTeer and Sullivan) and the faculty advising award are now open at http://www.stetson.edu/seniorawards2018. Please take the time to nominate

Human Library (Cultural Credit Event)

The Multicultural Student Council invites you to attend the 2nd annual Human Library on Feb. 23, from 1-4 p.m.! The Human Library is a platform for dialogue where it is okay to speak about experiences, identity and ideas. This is

Save the date! Faculty and Staff are invited!

Quality of Service Council will be hosting a Community BBQ on the Stetson Green for faculty and staff on March 7, from 12 – 2 p.m.! (Vegetarian options are available.) Join us for a fun time with yard games, live

Introducing the 2018 – 2019 Community Catalyst Houses

Community Catalyst Houses are a living – learning option for 2018-2019 that will engage returning students in an environment at Stetson where living, learning and values meet. Students with common interests (academic or community interests) who have an outward facing desire

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Farmworker Association of Florida Service Project this Saturday

On Saturday, Feb. 24, there will be an opportunity to work in the Farmworker Association of Florida’s (FWAF) community garden from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. To learn more about FWAF’s mission, click here: http://www.floridafarmworkers.org/. We will meet on the front porch of

Network Drive Cleanup

Information Technology periodically reviews disk space usage on the network drives (drives such as G: P: R: S: or W:) to ensure that adequate resources are available for all members of the community. As certain thresholds in capacity are reached, reports

Stetson Spotlight Series – Feb. 21 with Dengke Chen

On Wednesday, Feb. 21, Dengke Chen, Assistant Professor of Digital Arts, will present his topic, Preserving Miao Cultural Heritage:  A Virtual Reconstruction and Retrofit of a typical Diao Jiao House WHEN:  Wednesday, Feb. 21 TIME: 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. (lunch

Clothing Donation Drive

Come by the front of the CUB all this week (Feb. 19-23) and bring gently used clothing for Kaleidoscope’s clothing drive. The donations will be given to transgender youth in Volusia County at the end of the week. If you

Human Library (Cultural Credit Event)

The Multicultural Student Council invites you to attend the 2nd annual Human Library on Feb. 23 from 1-4 p.m.! The Human Library is a platform for dialogue where it is okay to speak about experiences, identity and ideas. This is

Stetson University Internal Communication Survey

Please take a few minutes to participate in the Stetson University Internal Communication Survey, which is being conducted by the University Marketing Office. Faculty and Staff members will find the survey link in their email. This is not spam.  

New Student Counseling Services Groups

New Groups for Spring 2018: This Semester we are offering more Building Resilience groups, a Bereavement Education group and a NEW Mindful Relaxation group for Anxiety. To join or for more information, please contact Student Counseling Services for a screening appointment. Group Flyer

The John B. Well Workshop series continues on Feb. 21

Student Counseling Services is excited to present our John B. Well Workshop series. In the past, we have hosted “John B. Well Week,” which was dedicated to Mental Wellness. This semester we are expanding to a workshop series that will occur

SimplyEngaged through UHC

If you are enrolled in United Health Care through Stetson University, are you enrolled in SimpleEngaged? With the SimplyEngaged program, you can log on to myuhc.com to take advantage of the interactive health and wellness actions. Each completed health and

PaperCut and VLAB – Scheduled Service Maintenance

WHAT IS HAPPENING? In our efforts to continue to improve service, PaperCut and VLAB will be undergoing maintenance on Thursday, Feb 15 at 10 p.m. until 11 p.m. The downtime has the following goals: The PaperCut downtime will allow for system

Ash Wednesday service on Feb. 14

There will be an Ash Wednesday service held in Lee Chapel from 1-1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 14. All are welcome. Please note this is a new time: 1-1:30 p.m. For questions, contact Lindsey Graves, assistant director of Interfaith Initiatives for the Office of Religious

Executive Round Table

Join Leadership Education and Development Thursday, Feb. 15, at 5 p.m. in Flagler 238 for our monthly Executive Round Table leadership forum! Joy Yanes, owner of Mama Gaia’s Mystique Boutique, will be discussing leadership, how leadership got her to where

Human Library Event – Feb. 23

The Multicultural Student Council invites you to attend the 2nd annual Human Library on Feb. 23 from 1-4 p.m.! The Human Library is a platform for dialogue where it is okay to speak about experiences, identity and ideas. This is

Faculty-Led Study Abroad Program in Serbia 2018!

The Department of Health Sciences is offering (once again) a faculty-led study abroad program this coming summer. This 3-week program, focusing on differences in cultural beliefs about health and illness and models for cross-cultural health and communication, will take place

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Ash Wednesday service on Feb. 14

There will be an Ash Wednesday service held in Lee Chapel from 12:30-1 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 14. All are welcome. For questions, contact Lindsey Graves, assistant director of Interfaith Initiatives for the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, at lgraves@stetson.edu.

SU FIRST Adulting 101

Through Friday, Feb. 16, SU FIRST Peer Mentorship Program will be hosting our first Adulting 101 Series. We will discuss and give helpful tips on how to navigate the highs and lows of adulthood and figure out just what it means

Experiencing Cognitive Fatigue or Memory Loss? Creatine Supplementation may be able to help!

Do you or someone you know experience cognitive fatigue or fogginess?  Having poor memory recall or reduced mental acuity?  Are there times when it is difficult to mentally focus or achieve clarity of thought? Maybe creatine supplementation can help.  The

Religious and Spiritual Life Presents ‘Big Words: Feel’ with Cultural Credit, Refreshments Provided

On Monday, Feb. 12, Stetson University Religious and Spiritual Life will host the second event in the “Big Words: Perspectives on Religion and Spirituality” series. Vivek Desai, Ph.D., will speak at the event, which will be in the Rinker Welcome

Lunar New Year Celebration

Join APAC (Asian Pacific American Coalition) on Thursday, Feb. 15, at 5:30 p.m. on the Stetson Green as we welcome and celebrate the Lunar New Year! This will be a Cultural Credit event with lots of free Asian food, lion dances, photo

Only Love Campaign

The Only Love Campaign is a platform designed to dissolve hatred and promote acceptance in society, especially for members of the LGBTQ+ community. Through the use of photography, the ONLY LOVE campaign is raising awareness to silenced members in our

Salsa Night

Join Unidos, the Latin American Student Association, on Wednesday, Feb. 14, for Salsa Night. Have some fun, dance and eat as you learn about some of the dances that originated in Latin America as well as the basic steps to

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Science Saturday at the Gillespie Museum: Pollination Workshop

The Gillespie Museum’s February Science Saturday takes advantage of “A Better Nectar,” a multi-sensory installation exploring how bumblebees learn and remember floral symbols, currently installed at the Gillespie and at the Hand Art Center.  The workshop is scheduled for Saturday,

A Very Good Nectar in the Lobby of Sage Science Center

On Friday, Feb. 9, from 10 a.m. – noon, drop by the Lobby of Sage Science Center for Trilogy coffee and an opportunity to talk with the creators of  the installation entitled Pollination Guild, in the Sage Science Center Lobby.

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