Category: Faculty

Campus announcements for faculty.

This charity dodgeball event is to help raise money for New Horizons service dogs. The event will be played at the Hollis Center on Thursday, Nov. 21, and New Horizons service dogs will be in the lounge, along with pizza …

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Through the Years is a week-long event to celebrate the undergraduate students on Stetson’s DeLand campus. Each day celebrates a specific class year with a different activity and with free food for the first 250 students! The event will be …

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Dear Faculty and Staff, If you have not yet completed the Stetson University Internal Communications Survey, please check your email for the survey link and take a few minutes to share your feedback. Qualtrics shows 132 responses are in progress …

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Join us on Wednesday, Nov. 20, for a celebration of the Sandra Stetson Aquatic Center (SSAC), home of Stetson Rowing and the Institute for Water and Environmental Resilience. Also located at the SSAC is the new Bartram Gardens & Trail, …

Housewarming: Stetson Aquatic Center Read More »

Join Laura Loveland, Peace Corps recruiter, for an information session to learn more about the life-changing experience in the Peace Corps.  Laura will share stories of her time serving in the Peace Corps and offer information on how you can …

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International Education Week (IEW) at Stetson University is Nov. 11 – 15!!  WORLD: The David and Leighan Rinker Center for International Learning is excited to share a variety of fun events throughout the week that highlight our global campus community.  …

International Education Week Continues Read More »

The goal of Leadership West Volusia is to develop future leaders who will become actively engaged in the community. The program will provide opportunities for potential leaders to meet with today’s leaders to gain a better understanding of issues and …

Registration for Leadership West Volusia – Class of 2020 is now OPEN Read More »

Stetson University has been invited to submit student poster applications for the first ever Florida Posters on the Capitol in Tallahassee Feb. 9-10.  The event is sponsored by the Florida Undergraduate Research Association, which also sponsors the annual Florida Undergraduate …

Inaugural Posters at the Capitol Feb. 9-10 Read More »

Dear Stetson Community, As previously announced, Stetson’s Information Technology department is implementing Microsoft OneDrive, which will replace our current “G: drive” for personal storage. Access to your G: drive will be discontinued on Dec. 7, 2019. Files in your G: …

Personal ‘G: Drive’ Migration to OneDrive Read More »

The holiday season is here and the bad guys have plenty of surprises up their sleeves. The United States government recently released a statement warning citizens to be on the lookout for different types of holiday scams. The alert warns …

Scam of the Week: Watch out for Holiday Shopping and Phishing Scams Read More »

Stetson’s Environmental Sustainability Fellows need your help! The Revolving Green Fund was used to help fund the solar panels on top of the Carlton Union Building. Read more about this successful project on Stetson Today. Now, we want to hear …

Revolving Green Fund – Environmental Sustainability Survey Read More »

The U.S. Census Bureau will be hosting a table in front of the CUB (Carlton Union Building) to speak to all interested students, faculty and staff about part-time positions. The Bureau is hiring for Census takers and other roles — …

U.S. Census Bureau Tabling This Friday — Earn $14.50-$19.50 Per Hour Read More »

On Thursday, Asian Pacific American Coalition (APAC) in conjunction with the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life will present a Mid-Autumn Festival on the Green at 5 p.m. The Mid-Autumn Festival is an annual harvest festival celebrated in many Asian …

Mid-Autumn Festival on the Green Thursday 5 p.m. Read More »

Come meet the Stetson Public Safety staff as they table in front of the CUB on Thursday, Nov. 14, from 11 a.m. to noon. During the One Hour with Public Safety, the staff will be available to talk to students, …

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As Hatters do … we come together in community on Thanksgiving Day, where we will be hosting a dinner for members of the University Community.  The dinner traditionally has supported residential students who find it necessary to remain on campus …

Annual Thanksgiving Dinner Read More »

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Financial Literacy Week continues today, Nov. 13, with two events! Thank a Donor Day, which is hosted by Donor Relations and Green, White and YOU, is an opportunity for students to write thank you notes to scholarship donors.  Thank you …

Thank a Donor Day and Financial Aid Tips and FAFSA – Cultural Credit Available! Read More »

This is a reminder that there will an informational session for those interested in learning more about Stetson’s upcoming volunteering experience through Global Brigades. We will be holding an informational session on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 6:30 p.m. in Sage …

Global Brigades 2020 – Information Session TODAY! Read More »

Dr. Candace Cunningham, Brown Fellow in Public History, is offering a new course in Spring 2020, 4927 HIST 390, History Practicum: Creating a History Museum Exhibit, open to ALL undergraduate majors! Creating a quality museum exhibit can be an intimidating …

New Course! History Practicum: Creating a History Museum Exhibit Read More »

Please join us on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 6 p.m. in the Rinker Auditorium (LBC 108), for this Cultural Credit event! Jamaican filmmaker and community leader, Esther Figueroa, will present her new film, Fly Me to the Moon, which has won a Merit Award …

From Jamaica to the Moon: An Evening with Filmmaker Esther Figueroa Read More »

It might be hard to find a concept more universally recognized by spiritual traditions than song. Music is almost inherently spiritually transcendent — whether heard or sung, a musical note has an almost magical quality that resonates in the heart. …

Big Words: SING  Read More »

Interested in spending spring break exploring the exciting city of Shanghai? Dr. Rachel Core is leading a course titled, Population, Environment, and Society to Shanghai.  The course allows students to analyze population trends and phenomena in relation to their social …

Shanghai Spring Break Information Session Read More »

Stetson’s Office of Career & Professional Development (CaPD) is seeking a one-year, part-time Graduate Student Coordinator/Supervisor (GSCS) for the EDGE program.  The position starts in January 2020 and requires a 20 hour-per-week commitment. Pay is $13,000 for one year (grant …

EDGE Program Part-time, Grad Student Supervisor/Coordinator Opening: Deadline Nov. 24 Read More »

Can you believe that Thanksgiving is just around the corner!? On Thanksgiving, we host a dinner for members of the University Community. We are finalizing our plans for this annual Thanksgiving dinner for this year! The dinner traditionally has supported …

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If you have not completed the current Title IX online course, please schedule time on your calendar to ensure the completion of this important training by Friday, Nov. 15, 2019. Thank you for your commitment to the safety and security …

Faculty/Staff Title IX Training is Due this Friday, Nov. 15 Read More »

If you participate in tuition benefits as an employee or have a dependent who participates, the Request for Tuition Benefits Form is due 30 days prior to the start of classes for Spring 2020. The forms are due back to …

Tuition Benefits Due Date Read More »

International Education Week (IEW) at Stetson University is Nov. 11-15! WORLD: The David and Leighan Rinker Center for International Learning is excited to share a variety of fun events throughout the week to highlight our global campus community. Most events …

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Do you know a staff member 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 so, please join us in nominating that staff …

Spirit of Stetson Award — November Read More »

Academic Calendar Nov. 27-29 Thanksgiving Holiday (No Classes) Cultural Credit: Students can find Cultural Credit events on the Stetson University calendar. Monday, Nov. 11: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.: *30th Undergraduate Juried Student Art Exhibition* 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.: …

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It might be hard to find a concept more universally recognized by spiritual traditions than song. Music is almost inherently spiritually transcendent — whether heard or sung, a musical note has an almost magical quality that resonates in the heart. …

Big Words: SING  Read More »

Financial Literacy Week is the perfect opportunity to gain financial skills and connect with resources to get you started. Starting Tuesday, Nov. 12, the Office of Student Financial Planning will be offering events throughout the week for students, faculty and …

Financial Literacy Week Nov. 12-15 Read More »