Category: Students

Campus announcements for students.

Jim Wallis to deliver Christian Theology Lecture

Jim Wallis, a New York Times bestselling author, public theologian, speaker, and international commentator on ethics and public life, will deliver the 2018 Christian Theology Lecture at Stetson.  The lecture, entitled “America’s Original Sin,” will deal with the topic of racism and

Ad Astra Upgrade Scheduled for Jan. 31

Ad Astra will be performing a system upgrade to fix bugs and refresh areas of the system.  Ad Astra forms and calendars will be down from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 31.  No reservations or updates can

Cultural Credit Opportunity: Foreman Biodiversity Live Webcast

Join the Department of Environmental Science and Studies for an exciting Cultural Credit opportunity this Thursday (Feb. 1) at 12 p.m. We are watching a live webcast from the Stetson College of Law of a lecture by Vivek Menon, executive

Final Days for Touchstone 2018 Submissions

This is the final week to submit to Touchstone for the 2018 edition. We want to publish you! Send us your best short stories, poetry, dramas, photography, fine or digital art, or anything else you can create. Please follow all

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Study Abroad 101

Interested in studying abroad? Come to Stetson World: The David and Leighan Rinker Center for International Learning located at 635 N. Bert Fish Drive, which is across from Rinker Field, for our Study Abroad 101 info session on Wednesday, Jan.

Meet Michael Waltz for Congress, with Cultural Credit and Pizza

Stetson Students! Interested in earning Cultural Credit? Stetson Votes is hosting a Meet & Greet with Candidate Michael Waltz for Congress on Friday, Feb. 2, from 12-1 p.m. in Sage Hall 222. Pizza will also be provided. Waltz is a

Scam Of The Week: The Most Sophisticated Netflix Phishing Yet

There is a new sophisticated Netflix phishing attack that you need to watch out for. The emails start out very pleasant, saying they have some trouble with your billing info, and pretty please with sugar update your payment details. But

S.U.R.E. Research Grants Info Session Monday, Feb. 5, 5 p.m.!

Do you have summer research plans? Could you use funding to make it happen? Apply for a S.U.R.E. research grant! These funds are available to undergraduate Stetson students in any major to conduct experiments, study great ideas, invent, compose and even travel! This info

Cultural Credit Opportunity: Foreman Biodiversity Lecture Live Webcast

Join the Department of Environmental Science and Studies for an exciting Cultural Credit opportunity this Thursday (Feb. 1) at 12 p.m. We are watching a live webcast from the Stetson College of Law of a lecture by Vivek Menon, executive

MBA Information Session on Feb. 7

Come join us Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 6 p.m. in the Rinker Welcome Center, Presentation Room, for an MBA information session. The MBA application fee ($50) will be waived for all attendees. Prospective MBA Candidates will learn more about the

Cultural Credit events, Jan. 30-Feb. 2

Students join Stetson University’s intellectual and creative life outside the classroom by participating in at least three approved Cultural Credit events for each semester of enrollment at the university. Here is a link that makes it easy for you to find the calendar

SOAR Spring Adventure Trips

Looking for an adventure this semester!? Look no further and take part in one of our Stetson Outdoor Adventure Recreation trips this semester. Trips include indoor rock climbing, canoeing, hiking and more! Visit http://www.stetson.edu/administration/wellness-and-recreation/recreation/soar.php for details and a list of

Enter the Mayan World

Annually, the Latin American Studies Program offers an extraordinarily impactful learning opportunity known as the Mentored Field Experience to four competitively selected students. This year’s MFE will immerse participants in the millennial culture of the Maya. Those selected for the

Campeche internship

Stetson’s Latin American Studies Program offers its 2018 internship in the beautiful and safe city of Campeche in the western Yucatan Peninsula. One Stetson student is competitively selected for this 4-week opportunity that includes airfare, room and board. The work in the internship

Stetson in Ecuador

Join us this summer in a program especially for those in International Business, International Studies, Spanish and Latin American Studies. This Latin American Studies program is a 4-week language and cultural immersion in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Cuenca,

Innovation Lab events Jan. 29-Feb. 4

We have another exciting week of Innovation Lab events in the duPont-Ball Library to announce: 3D Printing: Learn all about 3D printing! Monday, Jan. 29, from from 10 – 11 p.m. There are 4 seats remaining for this event. 3D Scanning: In

Model Senate Registration

The registration for Stetson University’s 47th U.S. Model Senate is now open! The U.S. Model Senate is a unique opportunity to earn three Cultural Credits while emulating a U.S. Senator from March 22-24.  Registration and more information can be found

Jim Wallis to deliver Christian Theology Lecture

Jim Wallis, a New York Times bestselling author, public theologian, speaker, and international commentator on ethics and public life, will deliver the 2018 Christian Theology Lecture at Stetson.  The lecture, entitled “America’s Original Sin,” will deal with the topic of racism and

What’s in a Word? – Defining Diversity and Creating Inclusivity at Stetson – Final Call to Participate in Survey

Please note that the survey will close on Friday, Jan. 26, 2018.  If you haven’t already done so, we hope you will participate! Help draft our university’s diversity and inclusion statement! Over the past semester, the Inclusive Implementation Strategy Group

Copy Center now in the CUB

The new Copy Center is now open inside the Bookstore, adjacent to the Post Office. This is the source for all of your color prints (up to 13×19), black & white prints, recital poster printing, comb binding for school projects and large poster printing. Open Monday-Friday

Miss Playing Baseball? Join today!

Stetson Club Baseball will be starting the spring season Feb. 3 at UCF. If you’ve been missing the opportunity to continue playing baseball consider joining Stetson Club Baseball. We play a competitive league schedule on weekends throughout the spring against

Rotaract Spring Welcome Back Bash

Looking to join a new student organization? Rotaract Club of Stetson University proudly invites you to attend our Spring Welcome Back Bash to kick start the Spring semester! We will be discussing our philanthropy, how to get involved with our organization,

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Introducing the John B. Well Workshop series

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

Explore Game Development this Summer

Are you interested in a career in video games or interactive entertainment after graduation? If so, the FIEA Summer Research Experience is for you! This partnership between Stetson and UCF’s FIEA graduate program gives you access to the faculty and

First ‘Entrepreneurship Thursday’ Event of 2018!

Please join us on Thursday, Jan. 25, at 6 p.m. for the spring kick-off of the Entrepreneurship Thursday event series. This week, acclaimed entrepreneur and motivational speaker Nancy Tedeschi will share her story and road to success. Tedeschi is the founder

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LEAD Team Assistant Facilitator Applications

Do you want to develop as a leader and assist in facilitating leadership programs, such as Emerging Leaders, First Year Leadership Experience and Student Leadership in Community Engagement? Then you should apply to become a LEAD Team Assistant Facilitator! Applications

Let’s Do Lunch – Cultural Credit

Join Leadership Education and Development for an open forum with Dr. Rajni Shankar-Brown for a discussion about Women’s Leadership and Education on Thursday, Jan. 25, from 12 – 1 p.m. in the Chaudoin Lounge! A light lunch from Publix will

Science Café: ‘Bee Sensoria: Artists’ Perspective’

On Wednesday, Jan. 24, at 7 p.m., Stetson University’s Gillespie Museum will host Los Angeles-based artists Jessica Rath and Robert Hoehn for a Science Café conversation on “Bee Sensoria: Artists’ Perspectives.” In association with a better nectar, an exhibition opening

100 DAYS TO GRADUATION

Your One Stop Shop for all your Graduation needs! Join us in the RWC Atrium on Feb. 1 anytime between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to check items off your graduation bucket list! Here’s your chance to order your regalia,

Personal Trainer Certification Course

Do you love to work out?  Do you go to the gym regularly?  Are you looking for a way to make a few extra dollars in the evening or on weekends? Come join this fun profession and be a part

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