Category: Faculty

Campus announcements for faculty.

Are you tired of hitting paywalls when you try to read online articles from the New York Times? Stetson students, faculty and staff can now access The New York Times Digital Edition through an Academic Site License provided by duPont-Ball …

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On Wednesday, Jan. 22, from 12-2 p.m. is the Global Citizenship Fair! This Cultural Credit event will include a wide variety of opportunities with WORLD: International Learning, Career & Professional Development, and Community Engagement partners. The fair will be taking …

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Stetson’s Summer Online Program has been very successful and student demand for summer online courses is very high! If you are interested in learning more about teaching online this summer, please attend an information session with Mitchell Reddish, director of …

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Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony tickets will be available starting on Monday, Jan 27. The deadline to claim tickets is Friday, Feb. 14. Students must apply for graduation prior to claiming tickets. The deadline to apply for graduation is Monday, Feb. 10. …

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Electronic 2019 W-2 Forms Will Be Available Online on My.Stetson.edu on Jan. 24, 2020. Stetson University employees may elect to receive their W-2 statement online through My.Stetson.edu. Stetson University is required by the IRS to furnish all employees with a …

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Academic Calendar Monday, Jan. 20 Martin Luther King Day (University Holiday, No Classes) Tuesday, Jan. 21 Last Day to DROP a full-term course without financial penalty Last Day to ADD a full-term course Last Day to change meal plans Thursday, …

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The Stetson Information Technology department is implementing Multi-Factor Authentication for users with access to the University’s online systems. This additional security feature requires you to complete an extra step (typically on your mobile phone) after you enter your User ID …

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Could Stetson help with your research, internship and creativity needs this summer? S.U.R.E. could! Students are invited to apply for one of the 2020 SURE (Stetson Undergraduate Research Experience) Summer Grants.  The grant is open to Stetson undergraduates in all …

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Please join Hatter Network for special guest, Dr. Javon Johnson, for a poetry workshop, based on writing through and about the body, in which the attendees read a couple of poems, discuss them, and are then asked to write epistolary …

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Stetson’s Summer Online Program has been very successful and student demand for summer online courses is very high! If you are interested in learning more about teaching online this summer, please attend an information session with Mitchell Reddish, director of …

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Since Jan. 20, 2017, Phi Alpha Theta, the History Honors Society, has invited Stetson students to express their views of the U.S. Presidency on Post-It notes.  The previous notes have been saved and will be on display on the third …

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The Office of Online Learning and Educational Technology (OOLET) is offering training for our most popular technologies: Respondus LockDown Browser, Qwickly Attendance, Blackboard Collaborate Ultra and Ensemble Video. We are also offering Blackboard 101, a session designed to review Blackboard …

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Ashley Chase, Esq., associate director of the Dolly and Homer Hand Law Library, will be presenting on copyright laws and fair use, and the implications for higher education given recent developments of the legal landscape. The session will take place …

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While the Stetson Information Technology department is preparing to roll out multi-factor authentication for Stetson University, the importance of this enhanced cybersecurity feature keeps popping up in the news. Due to the prevalence of password reuse, hackers are now targeting …

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The Gillespie Museum welcomes environmental educator and photographer Dustin Angell of Archbold Biological Research Station, who will discuss his portraits and documentary work of Florida ecologists, and offer tips on how others can participate in the conservation photography movement in …

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This coming Wednesday, Jan. 22, from 12-2 p.m. is the Global Citizenship Fair! This Cultural Credit event will include a wide variety of opportunities with WORLD: International Learning, Career & Professional Development, and Community Engagement partners. The fair will be …

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Each year, Stetson University hosts the Top Hatter Leadership Awards, which is a university-wide event to recognize the outstanding leadership of students, organizations, faculty and staff. During this event, we present a variety of awards from departments across campus, and …

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Come meet the Stetson Public Safety staff as they table in front of the CUB on Thursday, Jan. 16, 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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If you have not received your flu shot yet, please consider getting one now FREE at Stetson Health Service.  It’s Not Too Late to Get Your Flu Shot! With increased influenza activity, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that …

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Is your child a writer between the ages of 11-17? Register your student for Stetson Young Scholars: Poetry for Non-poets Workshop. Saturday, Jan. 18.  This workshop asks: “What is Poetry? How do you read it?” Curious about poetry and how it works? …

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A number of exciting events are lined up to celebrate Martin Luther King Day. Below you will find the list of events and opportunities to participate: Wednesday, Jan. 15 7 – 9 p.m. | 1st Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther …

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WORLD is pleased to announce our second International Faculty Development Seminar (IFDS).  This year’s IFDS will take place in Oaxaca, Mexico, from May 11-17, 2020.  The purpose of the IFDS is for Stetson faculty to learn how to build and …

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Academic Calendar Monday, Jan. 13 Classes Begin Monday, Jan. 20 Martin Luther King Day – University Holiday No classes Cultural Credit: Students can find Cultural Credit events on the Stetson University calendar. Monday, Jan. 13 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.: …

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Stetson Dining resume normal hours, starting on Monday, Jan. 13:

Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony tickets will be available starting on Monday, Jan 27. The deadline to claim tickets is Friday, Feb. 14. Students must apply for graduation prior to claiming tickets. The deadline to apply for graduation is Monday, Feb. 10. …

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Come listen to Russian folk music by Music Duo on Thursday, Jan. 16, in the Lynn Presentation Room (Rinker Welcome Center) at 7 p.m.  Cultural Credit will be provided.

Come and learn about Russian folk music and the instruments played.  Cultural Credit will be provided. Thursday, Jan. 16, at 2:30 p.m. in the Rinker Environmental Learning Center (the classroom next to the Gillespie Museum).

Stetson students Makeba Dorival, Kelli Kline, Emma Knowles and Taylor Hibel are the guest speakers at the next gathering of the Stetson Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) on Tuesday, Jan. 14. Their topic is the “National …

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Stetson students Makeba Dorival, Kelli Kline, Emma Knowles and Taylor Hibel will be the guest speakers at our next gathering on Jan. 14. Their topic is the “National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCWSL) and Tech Trek: AAUW’s Commitment …

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Please join Hatter Network for special guest, Javon Johnson, at Uncouth Hour on Jan. 23 at 9 p.m.  Dr. Johnson is an American spoken-word poet, writer and professor. He is an assistant professor and director of African American and African …

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