Category: Faculty

Campus announcements for faculty.

TODAY – Graduate and Professional School Fair

Don’t miss the opportunity to meet admissions recruiters and learn about a variety of graduate and professional school programs! All students, staff and faculty are invited to the Graduate and Professional School Fair today, Sept. 20, from 1 p.m.-3 p.m.

Central Intelligence Agency @ Stetson University Sept. 25

“Conversation with the CIA: Internships, Scholarships, and Careers” next Wednesday, Sept. 25, from 7:30 – 9:00 p.m. in Sage 222. You are invited to participate in a Q&A dialogue with the presenter who will share insights pertaining to work-life balance,

Nominate a Future Stetson RA

Good Morning Faculty & Staff! Residential Living and Learning is currently recruiting students to apply to be resident assistants (RAs) for the 2020-2021 academic year. This highly coveted position is a wonderful leadership and employment opportunity for any student on

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Scam of the Week: Watch Out for Fake Video Scams

Heads up, they’re back at it! The bad guys are using social media messaging platforms and emails to send dangerous phishing links that are disguised as a link to a video. The scammers provoke you into clicking by asking, “Is

One Hour with Public Safety

Come meet the Stetson Public Safety staff as they table in front of the CUB on Thursday, Sept. 19, from 11 a.m. to noon. During the One Hour with Public Safety, the staff will be available to talk to students,

International Day of Peace –Join us today!

Join WORLD and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life to celebrate the United Nations International Day of Peace. Today, Sept. 18, join us from 11:30 a.m.-12:50 p.m. in the Conrad Hall Lounge for conversations over lunch on the following

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,

You’re Invited! Graduate and Professional School Fair

All students, staff and faculty are invited to the Graduate and Professional School Fair this Friday, Sept. 20, from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. at the Hollis Center, Rinker Field House! Don’t miss the opportunity to meet admissions recruiters and learn about a

25% Off Sale at the Campus Bookstore

From Tuesday, Sept. 17, through Thursday, Sept. 19, the campus bookstore will have a 25 percent off sale of tons of Hatter gear, including a wide variety of T-shirts, hats, hoodies, drinkware and more! See store for details.

First-Year Advising Labs go Live!

As part of your First-Year Experience, you are required to complete an Advising 101 Lab before Oct. 4. The purpose of the lab is to assist you in preparing to have discussions with your faculty advisor about your future goals

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Scotland and England Trip! May 2020 Information Session

In May 2020, Dr. Kimberly Reiter will again take students to experience ancient and medieval Britain. This year, we will be in Scotland and north England, exploring the magnificent landscapes and archaeology of the region.  Included on the itinerary this

Print Server Maintenance

As part of our efforts to improve our printing services, the Information Technology department will be performing an upgrade to our printing server on Thursday, Sept. 19, from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. During this time, you will not be

Entrepreneurship Thursday — Desiree Haller

Join us Thursday, Sept. 19, 6-7 p.m. in the Rinker Auditorium (LBC 108) to hear Shark Tank survivor Desiree Haller talk about her experience and entrepreneurial journey. A cultural credit is available! 

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Annual NCAA Rules Education

Dear Faculty and Staff: Stetson is a member of the National Collegiate Athletics Association’s Division I and is committed to compliance with its rules. One of the requirements for membership in NCAA Division I is institutional control, which includes educating

DeLand CommUnity Presentation — Cultural Credit Opportunity

What goes on beyond the Stetson property, into the city of the DeLand? How did the community grow into the culturally diverse hub it is today? And how can you get involved? This cultural credit presentation will educate students on

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

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,

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

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,

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

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

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

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

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

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,

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

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

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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

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

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

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