Faculty/Staff: Fiscal Year End Budget Reminders

As we approach the end of the fiscal year, we would like you to explore ways to optimize spending and reduce costs within your department.  Many of you are aware that the University is currently facing a financial operating deficit this fiscal year. As a reminder of University policy, we are requesting that departments refrain from sponsoring special events, lunches,

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PACE Work Study/Employment Opportunities For 2024/2025 Academic Year

Are you looking to grow your leadership skills? Apply to become part of the PACE Team as a PACER. PACE stands for “peer advising counseling educating” and is a group of student leaders specially trained through the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators to provide services and programming on topics related to building resiliency skills and promoting physical and mental

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Faculty/Staff: Fiscal Year End Budget Reminders

As we approach the end of the fiscal year, we would like you to explore ways to optimize spending and reduce costs within your department.  Many of you are aware that the University is currently facing a financial operating deficit this fiscal year. As a reminder of University policy, we are requesting that departments refrain from sponsoring special events, lunches,

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Faculty/Staff: Fiscal Year End Budget Reminders

As we approach the end of the fiscal year, we would like you to explore ways to optimize spending and reduce costs within your department.  Many of you are aware that the University is currently facing a financial operating deficit this fiscal year. As a reminder of University policy, we are requesting that departments refrain from sponsoring special events, lunches,

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4/23: Special Student-Led Eucharistic Adoration

We invite you to join us for an engaging student-led Eucharistic Adoration on Tuesday, April 23, at 7:30PM in Connelly Chapel. There will be Adoration with a period of silence, live music, Benediction, and Reposition. Following the event, there will be pizza provided in the hallway behind the Chapel! We hope to see you there. View our post on Instagram

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Tonight: Interfaith Dinner, Prayer, and Dialogue

The Interfaith Consortium is hosting a dinner, prayer, and conversation to promote dialogue among Christian, Jewish, and Islamic people.  All are welcome to join us in the faculty/staff dining room in the DUC tonight, April 11, at 6PM. Please RSVP to Daniel Lannen, University chaplain: daniel.lannen@desales.edu. Questions? daniel.lannen@desales.edu

Donations Due Tomorrow–Birthday Box Drive for Pediatric Patients

The Pre-Health Club and TriBeta Honor Society are partnering with Lehigh Valley Health Network pediatrics to make birthday boxes for the patients who have to spend their birthday in the hospital.  We are collecting streamers, tape, birthday plates and napkins, non-latex balloons, and other birthday decorations. These boxes will be assembled and given to parents/staff to decorate the patient’s rooms.

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4/17: Poetry Reading in Trexler Library

Join Trexler Library and Stephen Myers, Ph.D., professor of English and assistant director of the MFA in creative writing and publishing, on Wednesday, April 17, at noon for their annual poetry reading in the Trexler Library lobby, featuring both DeSales faculty and student poets. Enjoy light music and great company as we celebrate the art of poetry. We hope to

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Weekly Safety Tip–Stay Focused, Stay Safe: Avoid Distracted Driving on Campus

College campuses are a whirlwind of activity, but don’t let that energy spill over into your driving. Distracted driving is a serious threat. With pedestrians and cyclists, campuses pose unique challenges. Here’s how to stay focused behind the wheel. Pre-trip prep:  Before hitting the road, silence your phone or consider using the “Do Not Disturb While Driving” feature. Texts, calls

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Today: ASC Workshop Series Presents: Academic Success = Career Success

Teamwork. Communication. Critical thinking. These academic skills are all necessary to succeed as finals come around, but did you know these are important NACE career skills too?  Join the Academic Success Center and the Career Development Center as they demonstrate how the academic skills you develop in college can translate to a successful internship, job shadowing experience, and career after graduation.

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