Academic Calendar and Upcoming Cultural Credit events

Academic Calendar
Tuesday, Sept. 24
Values Day – No undergraduate classes

Monday – Tuesday, Sept. 30 – Oct. 1
Fall Break – No classes

Cultural Credit:
Students can find Cultural Credit events on the Stetson University calendar.

Monday, Sept. 16
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.: *The Refuge Trilogy and Faculty Focus: Luca Molnar*
3 p.m.: Innovation Lab Workshop
4:30 p.m.: BAP Hosts FICPA
6:30 p.m.: Big Words

Tuesday, Sept. 17
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.:  *The Refuge Trilogy and Faculty Focus: Luca Molnar*
4 p.m.: SPREES Study Abroad Information Session
6 p.m.: DeLand CommUnity Presentation
7 p.m.: Study Tips and Time Management Session
7:30 p.m.: *Faculty Recital |Chadley Ballantyne, bass-baritone, and Kristie Born, piano

Wednesday, Sept. 18
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.: *The Refuge Trilogy and Faculty Focus: Luca Molnar*
4 p.m.: AllyShip and Activism Workshop
4:30 p.m.: BAP Hosts EY
4:45 p.m.: St. Jude Soldier Kahoot
6 p.m.: Movie Night with SONAR: The Last Guardians
6:30 p.m.: Global Peace: A conversation on Global issues that are affecting peace in our International Community – WORLD

Thursday, Sept. 19
11 a.m.- 6 p.m.: *The Refuge Trilogy and Faculty Focus: Luca Molnar*
6 p.m.: School of Music & Artists and Lecturers: Keynote Address: Dr. Robert Duke

Friday, Sept. 20
7:30 p.m.: *Great Guitarists at Stetson series | Laura Snowden, guitar

Saturday, Sept. 21
7:30 p.m.: *Faculty Recital | Routa Kroumovitch-Gomez, violin, and Sean Kennard, piano

Staff Training: ‘Eat, Move, Live: How to Stay Well AT Work!’ on Sept. 26

Stetson staff members listed “training and development programs” as a top area of interest in a survey last year. In response, the Staff Advisory Council is offering a series of sessions, with the next one on Thursday, Sept. 26.

Eat, Move, Live: How to Stay Well AT Work!
Thursday, Sept. 26, at 11 a.m. – noon
Lee’s Garage, Room 261A, Carlton Union Building

Having a great career, a happy home life, and a fulfilling personal life can be tough enough to balance without the pressure of needing to focus on wellness, too. However, wellness is a very important component of living a life full of energy, vitality and youth. Join the Wellness and Recreation Staff for “Eat, Move, Live: How to Stay Well AT Work,” where you will learn tips and tricks for improving your wellness specifically during work hours.  Let us help you remove barriers that get in the way of making wellness a priority in your life.

Presented by: Colleen Vanderlip, director of Wellness & Recreation, and Christina Cetti, assistant director of Wellness & Recreation

Campus Calendar Training – This Week

University Marketing invites the DeLand campus community to learn about the new Stetson University calendaring system, including how to submit event requests and reserve rooms. These open trainings will be held in the Rinker Auditorium (LBC room 108) on:

  • Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 9 a.m.
  • Thursday, Sept. 19, at 2 p.m.
  • Friday, Sept. 20, at 9 a.m.

For more information contact web@stetson.edu.

Big Words: WIN

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life will continue its Big Words series Monday evening with Big Words: WIN. This particular program will offer an interfaith perspective on the intersection and commonalities of religion and sport.

The program will be led by Religious Studies Professor Gregory Sapp, PhD, who teaches a popular course on the topic and is a pioneering scholar in the field. This will be a light and entertaining look at this fascinating area of spirituality — and there will be tailgate party-themed food to go with the mood.

Big Words: WIN is 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16, in Lee’s Garage in the CUB. Cultural credit is available for this event.

Stetson Artists & Lecturers Series – Dr. Robert Duke Residency 2019

On Sept. 19-20, the Stetson School of Music and Stetson’s Artists & Lecturers Series will host Dr. Robert Duke for a residency focused on how people learn and interact with music. Dr. Duke is Professor of Music and Human Learning, and Director of the Center for Music Learning at the University of Texas at Austin.

On Thursday, Sept. 19, Dr. Duke will present a Keynote Address titled, “If we learn like that, why do we teach like this?” at 6 p.m. in the Stetson Room of the CUB, followed by time for questions and a meet-and-greet. This Keynote is open to the public and the talk is designed to be informative and of interest to the broader community.

Dr. Duke will also guest lecture in MUED 265, the Music Education FSEM, from 8:30-9:45 a.m. and in MUED 352, the Music Administration class, from 11:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 19.

Then, on Friday, Sept. 20, Dr. Duke will meet with all Music Education majors during our Music Education Professional Development (MEPD) Hour at 2:30 p.m. in McMahan Hall, presenting a session titled, “Work, Play, Joy.” All presentations are open to the public, but space may be limited with seating priority given to our Stetson Music Education majors.

In addition, there is time set aside for Dr. Duke to interact with faculty and administration during the two-day residency. Anyone wishing to be included in a meeting can make a request through the School of Music.

Dr. Duke is an engaging speaker who has been the featured speaker at numerous state, national and international conferences, including recent presentations for the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), and the Florida Music Educators Association (FMEA). He is also a co-host on the public radio program and podcast Two Guys on Your Head, produced by KUT Radio in Austin.

The Fall John B. Well Workshop series begins on Sept. 18

Student Counseling Services is excited to continue our John B. Well Workshop series. All workshops are free and open to all active Stetson students, and Cultural Credit is available. Our first workshop for the semester is on Wednesday, Sept. 18!

Sept. 18, 2019
4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Hollis Center Classroom #123

This workshop, facilitated by SCS Therapist Natasha Ramnauth, explores the underestimated impact of social media on the mental health of students and how we can utilize social media in positive ways.

To learn more about the John B. Well workshop series or Student Counseling Services groups, please check out our Groups and Workshops page.

Stetson Internal Communications Survey for Faculty, Staff

Next month, Stetson faculty and staff will have an opportunity to participate in an Internal Communications Survey, conducted by University Marketing.

This email survey will ask employees in DeLand/Celebration to evaluate how well the university communicates with them in a number of areas and if they have seen an improvement in internal communications since a previous survey during Spring Semester 2018.

A best practice in internal communications surveys is to review the outcomes from the previous survey before conducting a follow-up survey to measure progress. Sharing these details can help employees see that their feedback matters and increase engagement in the upcoming survey, set for Oct. 2-16, 2019. A series of three stories will appear weekly on Stetson Today, leading up to the survey.

This week: Listening to Stetson Faculty and Staff
Human Resources outlines key initiatives since 2018 Internal Communications Survey

Questions? Contact Cory Lancaster, director of Internal Communications, at clancaster@stetson.edu or 386-822-7215.

On-campus MBA Information Session on Sept. 19

Prospective MBA candidates will learn more about the Online Professional Master of Business Administration program from the Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions for Business Programs. Learn how the Stetson MBA can prepare you for future success. We will explore program information as well as the application process. Come learn how Stetson aligns with your professional goals.

Date: Thursday, Sept. 19

Time: 6 p.m.

Event Location – Rinker Welcome Center

Register here.

London and Paris during Spring Break?

Interested in visiting London and Paris during spring break 2020? The Department of Religious Studies will be offering a trip to London and Paris during spring break 2020 to visit several museums, including the British Museum, the National Gallery, the Musée d’Orsay and the Louvre. The trip is connected to a full-semester course, RELS 168A-95 “The Bible in Art and Artifact,” which will focus on ancient Near Eastern and Greco-Roman archaeological objects, as well as artwork, related to the Bible. Students may participate in the trip without taking the course if space is available. Partial scholarships are available. An information session will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 5:30 p.m. in 213 Flagler Hall. For further information, contact Dr. Mitchell Reddish at 822-8932 or mreddish@stetson.edu.

BetterU Employee Wellness Challenge Registration

Wellness & Recreation invites and encourages all faculty and staff members to participate in the Employee Wellness Program, BetterU.

BetterU is the employee fitness program offered collaboratively by Wellness & Recreation and Human Resources. This program is four weeks long and offered twice during the semester.

Dates: Sept. 16 – Oct. 13
To sign up, you must complete the registration form before the registration deadline on Sept. 13.

All members of Stetson’s medical insurance plan are also eligible to receive your $30 incentive through Motivate Me after earning a minimum total of 36 points per season. All faculty and staff members will be eligible to win a special reward from Wellness & Recreation and will be entered into a drawing for one of three raffle prizes.

In BetterU, each time a participant exercises, sleeps and/or eats fruits and vegetables, according to the recommended guidelines below and logs their activity on a daily basis, they will receive a point. Activity can be earned and logged anytime (including weekends) through a form listed on the Human Resource website under the BetterU tab. The link to the form will be sent out to all participants who register. Participants can only log each activity once per day.

Exercise: 30-60 minutes of moderate to high-intensity exercise per day
Eat: Enjoy five servings of fruits and vegetables each day
Sleep: seven to nine hours of sleep per night

Big Words: WIN

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life will continue its Big Words series Monday evening with Big Words: WIN. This particular program will offer an interfaith perspective on the intersection and commonalities of religion and sport.

The program will be led by Religious Studies Professor Gregory Sapp, PhD, who teaches a popular course on the topic and is a pioneering scholar in the field. This will be a light and entertaining look at this fascinating area of spirituality — and there will be tailgate party-themed food to go with the mood.

Big Words: WIN is 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16, in Lee’s Garage in the CUB. Cultural credit is available for this event.

Stetson Artists & Lecturers Series – Dr. Robert Duke Residency 2019

On Sept. 19-20, the Stetson School of Music and Stetson’s Artists & Lecturers Series will host Dr. Robert Duke for a residency focused on how people learn and interact with music. Dr. Duke is Professor of Music and Human Learning, and Director of the Center for Music Learning at the University of Texas at Austin.

On Thursday, Sept. 19, Dr. Duke will present a Keynote Address titled, “If we learn like that, why do we teach like this?” at 6 p.m. in the Stetson Room of the CUB, followed by time for questions and a meet-and-greet. This Keynote is open to the public and the talk is designed to be informative and of interest to the broader community.

Dr. Duke will also guest lecture in MUED 265, the Music Education FSEM, from 8:30-9:45 a.m. and in MUED 352, the Music Administration class, from 11:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 19.

Then, on Friday, Sept. 20, Dr. Duke will meet with all Music Education majors during our Music Education Professional Development (MEPD) Hour at 2:30 p.m. in McMahan Hall, presenting a session titled, “Work, Play, Joy.” All presentations are open to the public, but space may be limited with seating priority given to our Stetson Music Education majors.

In addition, there is time set aside for Dr. Duke to interact with faculty and administration during the two-day residency. Anyone wishing to be included in a meeting can make a request through the School of Music.

Dr. Duke is an engaging speaker who has been the featured speaker at numerous state, national and international conferences, including recent presentations for the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), and the Florida Music Educators Association (FMEA).  He is also a co-host on the public radio program and podcast Two Guys on Your Head, produced by KUT Radio in Austin.

Environmental Fellow in need of student opinion!

Calling all students at Stetson University!

A Stetson Environmental Fellow wants to hear about your views on school supply and dorm waste. This survey is intended to help understand the attitude of Stetson students toward dorm waste and attitudes toward programs that would reduce dorm waste, as well as get input on what a waste-free campus would look like to you.

Survey Link: https://s.surveyplanet.com/KESOa89Al

Thank you for your time and consideration! For questions, contact Environmental Fellow Madison Solodky ’23 at msolodky@stetson.edu.

Innovation Lab Workshops Available in the Library!

Earn Cultural Credit and learn about all the exciting DIY technology available to use for free in the Library’s Innovation Lab! If you’ve ever wondered about 3D Printing, Woodworking, Sewing, Soldering, VR and more, this is your chance! Workshops will be offered six more times throughout the semester. Space is limited, so sign up today at this calendar page!

Study Abroad in Spring 2020 – Applications due Sept. 26!

Study Abroad in Spring 2020 on a Stetson exchange program!

Applications are due by Sept. 26.

Study abroad exchange programs allow you to directly enroll in an international university and fully immerse yourself in a new culture for a semester or academic year.  These programs offer classes for most majors, and the majority of them are offered in English.  Students earn in-residence Stetson credit toward your degree.

If you study on an exchange program, you will pay your regular Stetson tuition for the semester and keep all your usual scholarships. You will pay your host university for room and board, which in many countries is less expensive than Stetson!

For questions about exchange programs, you can sign up for a meeting with Paula Hentz at WORLD.

 

Taste of the World Registration Form is Live!

Hello Everyone,

The Multicultural Student Council would like to invite you to participate in our event Taste of the World on Tuesday, Oct. 8, in Lee’s Garage in the CUB! The purpose of our event is to allow both student organizations and students to share a “taste” of their culture with the Stetson community. As of right now, our registration form is live until Tuesday, Sept. 17. I have attached the link for you, should you be interested. If you have any questions, please free to contact me at kdiltz@stetson.edu.

Registration Form Link: https://orgsync.com/120617/forms/369909

See you soon,

Kala Diltz

 

 

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Tuition Exchange Info Session

Campus Community,

One of the many excellent benefits offered to faculty and staff is the opportunity to apply for a Tuition Exchange Scholarship for their dependents. The program offers tuition assistance to undergraduate students who apply for the scholarship at other “member” institutions. Now is the time to start thinking about the application process for this scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year!

We invite you to attend the following Info Session to learn more about this valuable opportunity.

  • Sept. 19, 5-5:30 p.m., Rinker Welcome Center, Lynn Presentation Room

If you are not able to attend, feel free to contact Regina Oltorik at roltorik@stetson.edu for more information.

Values Day Book ‘Date & Time’ Now Available

The community is invited to pick up a copy of this year’s Values Day Book, “Date & Time,” at the duPont-Ball Library front desk. The book is written by this year’s Values Day Keynote speaker, Phil Kaye, who will be speaking on campus Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 10:30 a.m. in Elizabeth Hall, Lee Chapel.

There are only a limited number of copies of his book available, so it will be first come, first serve.

Fall 2019 Student Counseling Services Groups

This semester we are offering the most popular groups offered last semester and one NEW group! To register or for more information, please contact Student Counseling Services.

Please Note: Dates for groups scheduled to start in September were changed due to campus closure for Hurricane Dorian.

Begins: Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019
Time: 3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Duration: Semester
Group type: Closed
Closing Date: Oct. 15, 2019
Note: Dates were changed due to campus closure for Hurricane Dorian.

The USO group focuses on relationships, emotional intimacy, boundaries, self-awareness and other components of the interpersonal process. It provides an opportunity to practice new behaviors within a safe, confidential and supportive environment where group members learn to interact in a more honest and genuine manner. Students dealing with a variety of personal concerns are appropriate for this group.

Begins: Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019
Time: 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Duration: Semester
Group type: Closed
Closing Date: Oct. 3, 2019
Note: Dates were changed due to campus closure for Hurricane Dorian.

Building Resilience is a skills-based group designed for students who experience intense emotions and mood swings or whose emotional pain may lead to angry outbursts, relationship turmoil or self-injury. Sometimes self-defeating behaviors seem to offer short-term relief, but end up causing problems that make life even more difficult. DBT is a confidential group for men and women who help group members target the issues that cause distress and teaches skills to deal with these problems without resorting to unhealthy behaviors. Group members complete workbook assignments during the course of the group. Homework topics that correspond to the skill topics discussed in the group are routinely assigned and reviewed.

Begins: Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019
Time: 3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Duration: Semester
Group type: Closed
Closing Date: Oct. 3, 2019
Note: Dates were changed due to campus closure for Hurricane Dorian.

We invite individuals with any minority identity (e.g., racial, religious, gender, sexuality, ability) to connect in a supportive group environment. This diversity support group may be helpful for students who are open to both learning to have dialogue across difference and finding strength through facing shared struggles together.

Begins: Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019
Time: 3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Duration: 6 weeks
Group type: Closed
Closing Date: Oct. 9, 2019

This is a psycho-educational support group for students who have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Each week focuses on a skill that is often difficult for those with ADD/ADHD: Organization, Time Management, Impulse Control, Self-Esteem, Interpersonal Relationships and Emotional Regulation. No matter if you were diagnosed at age 5, age 35 or somewhere in between, this group is for you.

Begins: Monday, Oct. 7, 2019
Time: 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Duration: 6 weeks
Group type: Closed
Closing Date: Oct. 14, 2019

Do you struggle with managing stress and self-care? Do you want to learn how to become more resilient? Each week this group will cover a healthy coping skill category and practice ways to use these coping strategies on your own.

Begins: Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019
Time: 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Duration: 6 weeks
Group type: Closed
Closing Date: Oct. 16, 2019

Sleep may be the MOST important skill you learn in college. If you are tired, all aspects of your life suffer: academic, social, work, emotional and physical. Do a sleep audit, then learn and practice simple steps for actually waking rested.

Senior Research Participants Needed!

Are you a woman who is at least 18 years old and interested in telling us about her dating experiences? Please complete this brief survey (only 5 quick questions) and provide a valid email address. If you meet the eligibility requirements for the current study, the researchers will email you ASAP. You will have the opportunity to win a $5 Amazon gift card or receive SONA credit if you are eligible to take part in this study!

Survey link:  https://stetson.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7OnJymWdD0vamDr

Thank you for your time!

Entrepreneurship Thursday – NASA

Join us Thursday from 6-7 p.m. in the Rinker Auditorium (LBC 108) to hear from NASA! Members from the NASA Office of Technology Transfer will come to discuss how you can take advantage of their inventions to start your own business. A Cultural Credit is available!

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Fall 2019 Graduation Reminder

Important Graduation Information

  • The deadline to apply for Fall 2019 Graduation is Friday, Sept. 13.
  • There will be a $100 graduation fee charged to your student account upon completion of the graduation application.  Please note, the graduation fee is required regardless of whether or not you participate in the commencement ceremony.
  • Diplomas will be mailed to all graduated students two to three weeks after the official conferral date of the term.
  • Majors and/or Minors are not printed on diplomas.
  • Final official transcripts can be requested ahead of time with the notation of holding the transcript for grades and degree. Note: the University does not automatically send transcripts to any party or entity for you.  
  • A student who is within one course (3 credits) of completing a degree program and/or one-degree requirement can request to participate in the ceremony.  Please note, participation does not imply that the student has completed a course of study. No degree is awarded until the completion of all degree requirements.

Additional Graduation information can be found on the Office of the Registrar’s graduation webpage.

Get fit, get free stuff! #FallFitFam

Let’s make getting into a workout routine easier and more fun with #FallFitFam!

Sign-Ups close Thursday at midnight so sign up and start earning points now!

#FallFitFam is a four-week series focusing on regular exercise, forming accountability with others, learning about wellness habits and having fun! This program is designed to be accessible to any person willing to participate. You form groups of four with friends or with new people who will work together to earn points and win prizes. Sounds amazing right? If you’re already sold, Sign-Up here. If not, keep reading!

Prizes include:

  • T-shirts for teams that reach 45 points
  • $10 Chipotle gift card for teams that reach 100 points
  • And YETIs for the top seven teams!

Points are earned in a few different ways. The primary way of earning points is regularly exercising. There will be other opportunities to earn extra points by attending WELL Team events. These will occur throughout the competition. You can stay up to date on when and where those are happening by reading the weekly emails, checking out the calendar, following us on Instagram at “SUWellnessRec” or by keeping an eye on Wellness & Rec’s Facebook page.

Sign-Up here

Have some questions? Stop by Wellness & Rec or write us an email at fitfam@stetson.edu.

Calling All Artists! Participate in the Values Day Art Showcase!

Do you sing? Dance? Act? Sculpt? Write poetry? Play an instrument? Paint? Know all the dance moves to Baby Shark? Then we want your help!

The Values Day Committee is presenting an Arts Showcase that promotes the theme, “Activism Through The Arts.” The theme is meant for individuals to explore ways in which they can utilize art to move their audience to action around a social issue, with the ultimate goal of social change. The Arts Showcase will be a stage for a variety of organizations and individuals to share their fusion of creativity and activism. If you are interested in showcasing your talent, fill out the application to join the Arts Showcase. Deadline is Sept. 12. Late applications will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

The Arts Showcase will take place in the Lee Chapel and is tentatively scheduled from 6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. on Sept. 24.

If you would like to be considered to perform or display works during the Arts Showcase, please complete the application.

Spirit of Stetson Award – September

September: Spirit of Stetson Award

Do you know someone who exhibits the spirit of Stetson? Maybe it’s someone who does something remarkable or someone who dedicates themselves every day to a job well done. If this is the case, nominate them for the September Spirit of Stetson Award!  

The winners of this award will receive a gift certificate, be recognized by coworkers, and be featured on the Quality of Service website.

Nominate someone today!

Monthly Staffing Changes – August 2019

MONTHLY STAFFING CHANGES

August  2019

Title Changes:

  • Dan Gunderson – Title change from: Professor of Art / Creative Arts  To: Artist in Residence / Creative Arts
  • Grady Ballenger – Title change from: Professor of English  To:  Senior Professor of English
  • Justin Reynolds – Title change from: Supervisor, Equipment Room / Athletics  To:  Interim Head Equipment Room Manager / Athletics
  • Elizabeth Martino – Title change from: Inter-Library Loan Specialist / Library   To: Acquisitions/Inter-Library Loan Specialist / Library
  • Kenneth “Bud” Hanson – Title change from: Adjunct Professor / Marketing   To: Executive Director of PACE, Asst. Professor of Practice in Marketing / Marketing & PACE
  • Arthur Tran – Title change from: Music Instructor / School of Music   To:  Admissions Recruiter / Admissions
  • Maria Francis – Title change from: Support I / School of Music To: Ticketing & Front Office Manager / School of Music
  • Zenta Auyong – Title change from: Adjunct Professor / Sociology  To: Visiting Asst. Professor / Sociology
  • Sean Beckmann – Title change from: Visiting Asst. Professor / Biology To:  Assistant Professor / Biology
  • Elizabeth Galloway – Title change from: Visiting Asst. Professor of Business & Sports Law / Marketing  To: Professor of Practice of Business Law and Director of the Business Law Program / Marketing
  • John “Sam” Houston – Title change from: Visiting Asst. Professor, Brown Scholar, Religious Studies / Brown Center  To:  Visiting Asst. Professor of Religious Studies / Religious Studies
  • Prasad Nanisetty – Title change from: Professor of Practice in Finance / Finance  To:  Professor of Practice in Finance-Interim Roland and Sarah George Chair of Investments / Roland George
  • Sandra Peter – Title change from: Visiting Lecturer, Music / School of Music To: Visiting Associate Professor / School of Music
  • Lou Sabina – Title change from: Visiting Asst. Professor of Education  To: Assistant Professor of Education

Recently Hired:

  • Francia Martinez –  Custodian / Custodial
  • David Ramage – Custodian / Custodial
  • Julia Tatang – PT Accounts Payable Coordinator / Finance
  • Jessica Pandolf –  Asst. Women’s Lacrosse Coach / Athletics
  • Kristen McKosky – PT Coordinator, SACSCOC Accreditation / Academic Accreditation
  • Lyda Kiser – Exec. Director & Title IX Coordinator / Campus Life & Student Success
  • Zachary Hurst – Asst. Director of Athletics for Marketing & Promotions / Athletics
  • Monica Gandia – Admin. Support I / Rinker Accounting
  • Makayla Mitchell – Admissions Recruiter / Admissions
  • Jessica Coons – PT Grad Intern / Student Development & Campus Vibrancy
  • Timothy Schroer – Asst. Football Coach / Athletics
  • Sheri McQuarrie – Admissions Recruiter / Admissions
  • Marisa Sloboda – Coordinator, Ticket Sales / Athletics
  • A’driana Sams – Asst. Director for Ticket Operations / Athletics
  • Scott Hobbs – Asst. Athletic Director for Compliance / Athletics
  • Leslie Goode – Public Safety Officer / Public Safety
  • Jacob LyteHaven – PT Accompanist / School of Music
  • Bonisha Townsend-Porter – Director of Student Development & Campus Vibrancy /  Student Development & Campus Vibrancy
  • Allison Windom – Asst. Athletic Trainer / Athletics
  • Mark Morrow – PT Equip Room Manager / Athletics
  • Peyton Hessler – Data Support Specialist / Admissions
  • Manahari Adhikari – Visiting Asst. Professor, English / English
  • Kathryn Baczeski – Visiting Asst. Professor, Studio Art 3D / Creative Arts
  • Jamie Clark – Asst. Professor of Music / School of Music
  • Madison Creech – Visiting Asst. Professor, Creative Arts / Creative Arts
  • Candace Cunningham – Visiting Brown Scholar / History, Brown Center
  • Jamile Forcelini – Visiting Asst. Professor, World / World Languages
  • Sara Gramata – Asst. Professor of Practice in SPTB / Marketing
  • Juanne Greene – Asst. Professor of Management-HR / Management
  • Sidra Hamidi – Asst. Professor of Political Science / Political Science
  • Matthew Imes – Asst. Professor of Finance / Finance
  • Patrick McNamee – Asst. Professor of Practice in Accounting / Accounting
  • Luca Molnar – Asst. Professor, Creative Arts / Creative Arts
  • Erin Nickell – Asst. Professor of Accounting / Accounting
  • Meredith Palm – Visiting Asst. Professor of Psychology / Psychology
  • Alesia Sedziaka – Visiting Asst. Professor of Political Science / Political Science
  • Jean Smith – Asst. Professor / Biology
  • Judson “Jay” Stryker – Visiting Asst. Professor, DIS / Decision & Information Science
  • Elizabeth Tristiano – Brown Teacher Scholar, Biology / Brown Center-Biology
  • Simone Richardson – Academic Records and Information Specialist / COL Registrar’s Office
  • Ashley McKnight-Taylor, Asst. Director of Media Relations / COL Communications
  • Isaac Miller – Assoc. Director of Strategic Marketing & Statistical Research / COL Admissions & Student Financial Planning
  • Ashley Webster – Public Safety Officer / COL Public Safety
  • Dana Battle – Administrative Specialist-Temporary / COL Human Resources

Recently Separated:

  • Resche Hines – AVP, Institutional Research & Effectiveness / Institutional Research & Effectiveness
  • Mary Jo Jackson – Assoc. Professor of Management / Management
  • Beth Anne Consolazio – Director, Financial Aid / Enrollment Management
  • Kylie Heim – Asst. Athletic Trainer / Athletics
  • Andrew Hunt – Asst. Director, Music Admissions / School of Music
  • Marlene Pope – Visiting Asst. Professor of Marketing / Marketing
  • Brandy DeMarco – Public Safety Officer / Public Safety
  • Clay Henderson – Executive Director, Institute for Water & Environmental Resilience / Institute for Water & Environmental Resilience
  • Carine Strebel – Halpern – Asst. Professor of Education / Education
  • Charles Brandon – Visiting Asst. Professor of Accounting / Accounting
  • Carmen Capitano – Visiting Asst. Professor / World Language & Culture
  • Ryan McCleary – Brown Visiting Professor of Biology / Brown Center-Biology
  • Jordan Ruybal – Visiting Asst. Professor of Biology / Biology
  • Eugene Huskey – Sr. Professor of Political Science / Political Science
  • Regina Sargent – Assoc. Director, Housing Operations & Administrative Services / Residential Living and Learning

Greenfeather Meeting

Are you a Stetson student who cares about philanthropy and traditions? What if there was an organization that combines the two together? There is! Being Stetson University’s longest-standing tradition, Greenfeather has changed the lives of countless people in the DeLand community. We intend on continuing that tradition this year by awarding the Neighborhood Center of West Volusia the 2019 Greenfeather Grant consisting of $10,000. We plan on obtaining this funding by throwing a week full of events, inviting all members of the Stetson community to put on their philanthropy hats and help out!

Unfortunately, due to the hurricane, the first Greenfeather informational meeting was cancelled. It is rescheduled for this Friday at 4 p.m. outside of CUB 267! If you’re interested in helping Stetson Universities oldest philanthropic tradition, come on by!

If you’re not sold or have some questions before jumping on the team, please email Maxwell Smith at  Msmith18@stetson.edu for more information.

Indoor Rock Climb Trip, Sept. 14

Stetson Outdoor Adventure Recreation will be hosting an indoor rock climbing trip on Saturday, Sept. 14. Trip cost is $10 per person and includes admission and rental equipment at the new indoor rock climb facility in DeLand, Dynoclimb. Students who are interested in attending should reach out to Jimmy Kelly at jjkelly@stetson.edu in order to sign up. Spots are limited so act quickly!

Stetson Dining: Fall Break Hours

Stetson Dining Hours shift during Fall Break, Sept. 28 – Oct. 1. Please be advised of the following.

Normal hours resume Wednesday, Oct. 2.

For any questions, please email Taylor Mills at temills@stetson.edu.

Commons

Saturday, Sept. 28- Tuesday, Oct. 1: 

Brunch, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Dinner, 5 p.m.-8 p.m.

Johnny Rockets

Saturday, Sept. 28- Monday, Sept. 30: 

11 a.m.-11 p.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 1:

5 p.m.-11 p.m.

Einstein Bros Bagels

Saturday, Sept. 28- Monday, Sept. 30: 

Closed

Tuesday, Oct. 1:

8 a.m.-5 p.m.

The Coffee Shop: Serving Barnie’s Coffee & Tea

Saturday, Sept. 28- Monday, Sept. 30: 

Closed

Tuesday, Oct. 1:

5 p.m.-2 a.m.

On-campus MBA Information Session on Sept. 19

Prospective MBA candidates will learn more about the Online Professional Master of Business Administration program from the Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions for Business Programs. Learn how the Stetson MBA can prepare you for future success. We will explore program information as well as the application process. Come learn how Stetson aligns with your professional goals.

Date: Thursday, Sept. 19

Time: 6 p.m.

Event Location – Rinker Welcome Center

Register here.

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