Category: Faculty

Campus announcements for faculty.

This week’s Academic Calendar, Cultural Credit events and more

Academic Calendar: Thursday, March 28 10:30 a.m.:Advising Season Tabling Cultural Credit: Students can find Cultural Credit events on the calendar at: https://www.stetson.edu/cc. Monday, March 25: 11 a.m.: Oscar Bluemner spring exhibition 11 a.m.: Creative Arts Department Senior Exhibition I 4 p.m.: Neurodiversity Panel Discussion 5:30 p.m.: Beta

Deadline Approaching – Internship Impact Fund

Please help spread the word to students about the valuable Internship Impact Fund. This financial support can a true difference-maker for our students! Experiential education, including internships, is an integral part of a Stetson education. Through generous donations from alumni and the

One-Hour with Public Safety

Come meet Stetson Public Safety staff members as they table in front of the CUB on Thursday, March 21, 11 a.m.-noon. During the One-Hour with Public Safety, the staff will be available to talk to students, faculty and staff who

The Spring John B. Well Workshop Series Continues March 26!

Student Counseling Services is excited to continue our John B. Well Workshop series. All workshops are free and open to active Stetson students, and Cultural Credit is available. Our third workshop for the semester is Tuesday, March 26! #Career Goals = Stress

Memorial for New Zealand Shooting — Today

Stetson’s Muslim Student Association and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life will hold a Memorial Service to honor the lives lost during last week’s New Zealand shooting. The service will be held today, March 20, at 8 p.m. in

Tom Cook — Guest Speaker, March 21

Tom Cook, professor of philosophy at Rollins College, will be on campus this Thursday, March 21, in the Rinker Environmental Learning Center (next to the Gillespie Museum) at 5:30 p.m. to discuss “Alien Possession, Time Bombs and Post-Mortem Harm: How

Ballet Folklorico del Instituto Campechano

When: Monday, April 8 at 7 p.m. Where: Lee Chapel, Stetson University

Living Maya, March 21

Presentation about change and tradition in the contemporary Mayan world, including Patricio Balona from Belize and Nicolasa Jeronimo from Guatemala. Free and open to the public. Thursday, March 21, 7-9 p.m.

Stetson Steps Up Efforts to Combat Phishing

Phishing is the top cybersecurity threat to Stetson and to most other organizations. To combat this threat, on Wednesday, March 20, the Stetson Information Technology department will begin prepending a sentence to emails that are not affiliated with Stetson with

Upcoming Academic Deadlines, Cultural Credit events and more

Academic Calendar: Monday, April 1: Registration for Fall Semester Begins Cultural Credit: Students can find Cultural Credit events on the calendar at: https://www.stetson.edu/cc. Monday, March 18 10 a.m.: RGIP Rehearsal 11 a.m.: Creative Arts Department Senior Exhibition I 11 a.m.: Oscar Bluemner spring

Faculty Senate Elections

The Faculty Senate invites your nominations for open offices beginning in Fall 2019.  This year, we have senators rotating out of: 1.      Music (2 needed) 2.      Business 3.      Sciences 4.      Social Sciences 5.      CAS At-Large 6.      Retired Faculty 7.      Contingent

Stetson Steps Up Efforts to Combat Phishing

Phishing is the top cybersecurity threat to Stetson and to most other organizations. To combat this threat, on Wednesday, March 20, the Stetson Information Technology department will begin prepending a sentence to emails that are not affiliated with Stetson with

One Million Acts of Good to Stetson Dining!

Stetson University Dining Services is feeling inspired by Ellen & Cheerios mission to fill the world with good. We will be hosting an event to provide MATTERboxes to a local community, to give back. We are so excited to partner

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Faculty Advising – Reminder – Discovery Brunch

Academic Success invites faculty advisors to our Discovery Brunch geared toward an open dialog on discovery and undecided students. We will come together to share information regarding this population, discuss best practices, and resources available through Career & Professional Development as

Summer Registration is Now Open

Stetson offers many ways to further your studies during the summer. You can Study on Campus, Study Online or Study Away. Classes start May 20. Summer Internship? Study Abroad? Register Now! Undergraduate Summer Study 2019 Schedule: Session 1 (4 Week):

Stetson alumni to lead Suicide Prevention Seminar on Saturday, March 16

Darcy and Paul Granello, Stetson alumni and currently professors at The Ohio State University, will return to campus on Saturday, March 16, for a seminar entitled, “Suicide Prevention Assessment & Intervention — Practical Strategies for Mental Health Professionals,” presented by

Apply Today! Living Well Residential Community

Hello Hatters! It is that time of year again! Where you choose to live next year is important. Are you a Healthy Hatter looking to expand your leadership experience?Are you interested in living in a community where you are united through

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2019 Wellness Fair and Biometric Screenings

Human Resources is hosting our annual Wellness Fair and Biometric Screenings Thursday, April 4, in the Stetson Room. Please stop by to find out about wellness resources from Cigna, Florida Hospital, Aetna Resources for Living, and our own Stetson Wellness

This Friday, Open to All Students, RSVP for Rotaract Professional Networking Dinner and Career Panel

Rotaract Professional Networking Dinner and Career Panel. This Friday, March 15, 7-9 p.m., Rinker Welcome Center, First Floor. Open to all students. RSVP at: https://goo.gl/forms/SEJcAjI9Pnh5mS4c2. Rotaract will host an event open to the Stetson community, which will feature a sit-down

Mental Health First Aid Training – Spots still available!

Student Counseling Services is bringing Mental Health First Aid training to campus on March 18 from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and we still have spots available. Stewart Marchman has a grant to provide this training free of charge to Volusia County,

Nominations Open for William Hugh McEniry Award for Excellence in Teaching

The Faculty Senate McEniry Committee is now accepting nominations for Stetson’s most prestigious teaching award, established in 1974 in honor of Dr. William Hugh McEniry, professor and dean from 1940-1967.  The award continues to be based on “the highest attainment

Why do we celebrate Women’s History Month?

Happy Women’s History Month! During the month of March, Stetson University celebrates Women’s History Month to highlight and honor the extraordinary contributions and achievements of women in history and contemporary society. According to the National Women’s History Project, women’s history

Elite Scholarship & Fellowship Advising

Do you know outstanding students or exceptional advisees who may be candidates for nationally competitive scholarships or fellowships? Nominate them today for scholarship advising by completing this form.  In her role as Research & External Scholarships Advisor, Grace Kaletski-Maisel is available to

Two Opportunities to Discuss Conservation Photography with Dustin Angell, Archbold Research Station

The Gillespie Museum will host environmental educator and photographer Dustin Angell of Archbold Research Station, Venus, Florida, this week. On Thursday, March 14, 7-8:30 p.m., he will be the guest at the Science Café: Conservation Photography. He will share his

Sullivan’s Writers Series Presents ‘The Rape Kit’ by Professor Terri Witek

The Sullivan’s Writers Series will feature a book launch for “The Rape Kit,” the latest book by Terri Witek, Ph.D., English professor and Sullivan Chair in Creative Writing at Stetson. Thursday, March 14, from 7-9 p.m. in the Rinker Welcome

Apply to be a part of the Multicultural Student Council!

The application for the 2019-2020 Multicultural Student Council is now live! Apply to be a part of an incredible organization that created Taste of the World and helps bring keynote speakers to campus, such as Ndaba Mandela. As student leaders,

One-Hour with Public Safety

Come meet Stetson Public Safety staff members as they table in front of the CUB on Thursday, March 14, 11 a.m.-noon. During the One-Hour with Public Safety, the staff will be available to talk to students, faculty and staff who

This Friday, Open to All Students, RSVP for Rotaract Professional Networking Dinner and Career Panel

Rotaract Professional Networking Dinner and Career Panel. This Friday, March 15, 7-9 p.m., Rinker Welcome Center, First Floor. Open to all students. RSVP at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd06Zmog1g5fRotRGdKoQtaejU3Faxg6iDZ9hDif5j7grbgxQ/viewform Rotaract will host an event open to the Stetson community, which will feature a sit-down

CUB Solar Array: Your Green Fund at Work

Students pay a $5 Revolving Green Fund Fee per semester. Would you like to see where that goes? Come to Lee’s Garage on the 2nd Floor of the CUB on Wednesday, March 13, at noon, for a short meeting to

Off-Campus Access to Library Resources – Spring 2019

In December, IT implemented a needed security protocol (HSTS) on the Stetson network. Unfortunately, this security protocol and the library’s off-campus authentication software (EZProxy) are incompatible as they are currently configured. This incompatibility is causing the off-campus access issues many

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