Following up on the announcement from Robert Blumenstein, Ph.D., interim provost, dean of undergraduate education, the CERT team has begun the first steps of the transition process from Blackboard to Brightspace. Brightspace is accessible by going to https://desales.brightspace.com. Training for both faculty and students will start either later this month or in early March and continue through June. A future announcement
This week’s Student Tech Training Series will focus on Microsoft Word, Excel, and other applications that are part of the Microsoft Office suite of tools. Each Thursday during the semester, the Student Tech Training Series will feature a tech topic for students by students. Sessions will be held in Dooling Hall, room 109 from 6:30PM-7:30PM. Students are encouraged to come
Documenting your sources can be difficult. With different systems like MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian, knowing how to and when to document for each citation system can be a hassle. Join the Academic Success Center and Trexler Library as our professional writing staff and librarians help distinguish documentation styles, show you how to use databases effectively, and refresh yourself on the basics of
The Saints Dinner will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 8, in the Kender room of the Dorothy Day Student Union at 6PM. The Saints Dinner is a great opportunity to appreciate how God has acted through the lives of these amazing Saints and how we ourselves can learn from them. There will also be food and a fun Saints-themed Quizzo
Looking to work with the wonderful professional and student staff in the Career Development Center? Want to help students develop professional resumes and cover letters, assist them with career exploration, and give them resources for a successful career plan? This could be the job for you! Check out what being a career ambassador and associate is all about today, Feb.
On Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2023, the theatre department will be sponsoring a Broadway trip to see Kimberly Akimbo at 7PM in New York City. Bus transportation is provided, and leaves the Labuda Center lot promptly at 3PM. Tickets are available, first come, first served, for $69.00 total, including transportation and orchestra seating at the performance. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or stop by
The next Pie & AI event is on Thursday, March 2, from 4PM-5PM in Gambet, room 153. Brad Hairston, Blue Prism SS&C advisory alliance director will discuss “Turning Software Robots into Digital Co-Workers.” There will be time for audience Q&A and coffee, tea, and pie will be served. Register on Eventbrite to attend in person or via Zoom. Questions? email@example.com
Need a quick power-up during your study sesh in Trexler? Trexler Library has new cell phone and laptop chargers as well as portable power banks to check out while you are studying in the library! They can be borrowed for up to two hours at a time, in library use only. Just ask for one at the front desk! Questions?