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0ct. 25th, 2002
STARTING AT 1 0 :0 0 A.M. THERE WILL BE -
MEN'S BASKETBALL OPEN PRACTICE - GOLA ARENA
VETERAN'S ALUMNI GROUP PRESENTS:
M.I.S. LAB DEDICATION - COLLEGE HALL, ROOM 4 0 9
JOIN US AT THE EXPLORERS POST FOR AN ALUMNI PRE-GAME
BBQ - SOUTH CAMPUS FACULTY/STAFF PARKING LOT WITH
LUNA THE CLOWN, FACE PAINTING, ARTS & CRAFTS, FOOD,
BEVERAGES AND FUN - COST $ 1 5 .0 0 INCLUDES GAME TICKET,
CHILDREN UNDER 10 FREE
LA SALLE VS. DUQUESNE GAME AT 1 :0 0 P.M.
CROWNING OF THE HOMECOMING KING & QUEEN
AFTER THE GAME - HEAD TO ARENA'S SPORTS PUB FOR A
HAPPY HOUR FROM 5 : 0 0 TO 7 : 0 0 PM
FOR MORE INFO. CALL THE ALUMNI OFFICE AT EXT. 1535 OR
EMAIL [email protected]
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Social Work Program The Social Work Program
SWK 240: Relationships & Sexuality Tuesday & Thursday, 11:00 a.m. Janine Mariscotti, MSW, LCSW
This course explores relationships and sexuality from a biopsychosocial perspective within a developmental framework. Students gain an appreciation for the role o f sexuality and relationships throughout the life cycle with particular attention to the sexual and relational issues of special population groups including ethnic minorities, women, gay and lesbian people, children, older adults, and people with disabilities.
This course is fun and informative; it is an important course for all students and may be of particular interest to psychology, nursing, biology/premed, communication, education, sociology, criminal justice and religion majors who may find the course material useful in their professional development.
For more information, contact Janine Mariscotti at x1114.
SWK 370A: Community Building: Theory & Practice Wednesday, 6:15-8:55 p.m.
Donald Kelly, MSW
This course explores the importance of healthful community life for both individual and social well-being. This course focuses on the evidence and theories of how community life affects individual and social health. Further, the course will offer deliberate, community building activities as practiced by institutions, professionals, volunteers and citizens. Community building strategies that will be studied include elements of empowerment, arts, culture, physical design, symbols of identity, social infrastructure, economic equity, public philosophy, and faith.
For more information, contact Bonni Zetick at ext. 1119.
(21 5 ) 951 1108
Weekly Events Calendar
Saturday, October 26 to Saturday, November 2, 2002
SATURDAY OCTOBER 26. 2002 • Men’s Football Game against [email protected]
in McCarthy Stadium (Homecoming)
Crowning of King and Queen at Halftime of the game. • CARNIFALL starts after the game sponsored by Residents Student Association on the
Main Quad. Come have some food and fun! • Women’s Volleyball Game against Dayton starting @4PM in Tom Gola Arena • African American Alumni Student League’s Appreciation Dinner from 7-9PM in the
Dunleavy Room. Special performance by La Salle’s Gospel Choir @7PM.
SUNDAY. OCTOBER 27. 2002
Men’s Soccer Game against George Washington @1 PM in McCarthy Stadium • Liturgy in the Chapel @ 6:30PM
MONDAY. OCTOBER 28, 2002 - • Senior Pre-registration for Spring 2003 • Liturgy in Chapel @1 PM • Mocktail Party in St. George Lounge beginning @8:30PM sponsored by the Peer
Educators. Come watch the game and enjoy the food and “drinks” with your friends.
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 29, 2002 • Senior Pre-registration for Spring 2003 • Confessions in Chapel from 3:45-4:15PM; Liturgy @4:30PM; Bible Study @ 5:15PM
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 30, 2002 • Senior Pre-registration for Spring 2003 • Liturgy in Chapel @1 PM
Week of 10/26/02 to 11/02/02 continued
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 31, 2002 • Free Flu Vaccine for staff and faculty in the Union Lobby from 12-2:30PM • Political Awareness Month continues with PA Governor Democratic Candidate, Ed
Rendell, on the Union Patio @12:30PM • Diplomat-in-Residence Program Fall Lecture Series presents: US-Saudi Relations:
Political, Economic and Cultural Dimensions, a lecture by Ms. Manal Radwan from 12:30- 2PM in the Rodden Theater. Free and Open to the Public.
• Liturgy in Chapel @1 PM • LOCK’S Haunted House from 3:30-6:30PM in the Union Building. For more info call
x1804. • All Saints Day Vigil Liturgy in the Chapel @4:30PM • The Historical Society is hosting a costume party in the Ballroom beginning @5PM.
Come dressed as your favorite “historical” person or just come and enjoy the food and DJ.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 2002 • Junior Pre-registration for Spring 2003 • ALL SAINTS DAY Liturgy in Chapel @10AM and 1 PM • Women’s Soccer Game against St. Bonaventure @3PM in McCarthy Stadium • Warren E. Smith Award Dinner in the Ballroom beginning @6PM • [email protected]
- Movie Night @8PM in the Dan Rodden Theater - come see “The Royal
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 2002 • Women’s Field Hockey Game against West Chester @11:30AM in
DeVincent Field • Men’s Football Game against St. Francis (PA)@1PM in McCarthy
Stadium (Family Day)
SPECIAL NOTES: ANY CAMPUS-WIDE EVENTS YOU WANT POSTED? Call x1374
Location: Olney 212
Student athletes work - and sometimes struggle - to balance the relationship between athletics and academics. Learn what campus resources are available to student athletes and to faculty who want to support their academic progress.
Feel free to bring your lunch; drinks and dessert will be provided!
Sponsored by the Teaching and Learning Center - contact Sabrina DeTurk (x5005 or [email protected]
Islam, Terrorists and Modernists
AAUP MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT
There will be a meeting of La Salle's AAUP chapter on Wednesday, October 30th from 1:00 until 2:00 in the Music Room of the Union.
Please try to attend!
1. Treasurer's Report
2. Faculty Forum a. Update on current issue b. Proposals for future issues
3. Discussion of sections of AAUP Redbook a. Criteria for promotion and tenure b. Review of president and academic administration c. participation in budget preparation
4. Future plans
Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Division of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP)
Saturday November 2, 2002 North Lounge o f the Campion Student Center. St. Joseph’s University 5600 City Line Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131
9:30 10:00 AM - Registration and Coffee 10:00 AM - Morning Session Orthodoxy and Dissent: Maintaining Academic Freedom at Religious Institutions Featured speaker - Dr. Martin Snyder, Associate Secretary of AAUP
Dr. Snyder began his teaching career as an instructor in classics at The Catholic University o f America, and thereafter served for nineteen years as assistant, associate and finally professor o f classics at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.. In 1990 he was named Provost of Saint Joseph College (West Hartford, Connecticut), a position he held until 1996. From 1996 to 1999 he served as President of Molloy College in Rockville Centre, New York. Dr. Snyder joined the staff o f the AAUP in July o f 1999 as Program Director for Academic Freedom and Professional Standards. He moved to his current position at the AAUP in November 2001.
12:00 Noon Luncheon
Thriving on Challenges The Academy in 2002
Panelists: Dr. Martin Snyder, Associate Secretary of AAUP Dr. Robert Moore, St. Joseph’s University and member of AAUP National Council, District X Dr. David George, La Salle University and author of “The Market and the University: An Uneasy Fit”.
3:00 PM Annual Meeting o f the Pennsylvania Division o f AAUP (to be held in conjunction with the quarterly meeting o f the Executive Committee)
E-mail address AAUP member Yes No
Ed Rendell: On Campus The Democratic Candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania
Thursday, October 31st 12:30 on the Union Patio
-during Political Awareness Month-
Sponsored by The Students’ Government Association
The College Republicans Psi Mu - The Political Science Honor Society
The Student Political Association The Young Democrats
Diplomat-in-Residence Program Philadelphia, PA 19141 • (215) 951-1558 • (215) 951-1015 • Fax (215) 951-1602
DIPLOMAT-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM Fall Lecture Series
US-Saudi Relations: Political, Economic and Cultural Dimensions
Ms. Manal Radwan was born in Turkey and raised in Saudi Arabia. She is a Saudi national. She holds M.A. degrees in Political Science from George Washington University and in International Political Economy and Philosophy from the Catholic University of America. She has delivered papers in national and international conferences organized by the Georgetown University Center for Christian-Muslim Understanding, the World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies, and other institutes and universities. Ms. Radwan has authored and edited numerous articles and research papers in her field, including gender studies and development in Saudi Arabia. She is co-author with Dr. David E. Long of a forthcoming book on Saudi Culture. Prior to her appointment at the Embassy of Saudi Arabia, Ms. Radwan held positions with the Exxon-Mobil Corporation, The Library of Congress and World Wise Connections. She is currently a Ph.D. student at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University.
A lecture By
Ms. Manal Radwan
Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia Washington, D.C.
Thursday, October 31, 2002 12:30-2:00 pm
Dan Rodden Theatre
The African American Alumni Association
Invites Faculty & Staff To ...
A N D WARREN E. SMITH, M.D. '54
AWARD & SCHOLARSHIP
Cost: $35 per person
at ext. 1535 or stop by Benilde Hall, Room 120
La Salle University Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19141
Social Work Program
Copy for Campus News October 23, 2002
The Honorable Alba E. Martinez Commissioner, Department o f Human Services City of Philadelphia
Keynote Speaker Working with Children & Families
November 1 , 2002 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. in Dunleavy Room
All La Salle University community invited— no charge Classes especially welcome
Workshops will follow; La Salle University community welcome to them also The Impact of Trauma on Children, Recognizing Grief in Children, An Insider’s View to DHS, Working with Children with Special Needs
Sponsored by the Social Work Program at La Salle University and Resources for Human Development’s Continuing Education Program
Call 215 951 -1119 for more information
FLU VACCINE FOR ALL STUDENTS
FLU SEASON WILL SOON BE HERE!
DON'T WAIT UNTIL IT'S TOO LATE!
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6th STUDENT UNION BUILDING
GROUND FLOOR LOBBY, 12 NOON TO 2:00 PM
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, BLUE & GOLD DINING COMMONS
12 NOON TO 2:00 P.M.
BE SMART, PREVENT FLU MISERY AND GET YOUR VACCINE NOW Questions? Call Student Health Services - 951-1565
Division o f Student Affairs Health Services- Student Health Center 1900 W. Olney Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19141-1199 • (215) 951-1565 • FAX (215) 951-1566
FALL CONTINUING EDUCATION WORKSHOP FOR
La Salle University’s Graduate Programs in Psychology
H. Anthony Semone, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist, GKSW/Crystal Group Associates
Friday, November 1 , 2002 - 1:15 P.M. - 4:15 P.M. Main Campus - Holroyd , Room 141
Dr. Semone earned his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Kent State University in 1968. He is one of 11 psychologists invited by Ralph M. Reitan, Ph.D., to sit for certification by Dr. Reitan in the Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Assessment System, evaluating over 2,000 individuals with the batteries, including numerous persons involved in civil injury cases as well as over 50 criminal defendants in cases involving single homicide, serial murder, racially motivated murder, terrorism, and mass murder. Currently, Dr. Semone practices as a clinical psychologist with GKSW/Crystal Group Associates in Wyndmoor, PA.
The primary goal of this workshop is to address the “nuts and bolts” of being an “ethical expert.” Specific issues that will be discussed include “dual role” relationships; the Dauber/Joiner/Kumbo standards; distinctions between “clinical” and “forensic” examinations; negotiating with attorneys so as to remain independent; what to do with raw data; what to do if you are subpoenaed; and how to respond to requests from attorneys who want you to testify as a “treating” clinician. Additional issues raised by workshop participants are welcome and will be discussed.
*This workshop qualifies fo r 3 contact hours fo r the ethics requirement as mandated by the Pennsylvania State Board o f Psychology.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
La Salle University’s CE Program is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer Continuing Education for psychologists. La Salle University maintains responsibility for the program.
La Salle is recognized by the National Board for Certified Counselors to offer Continuing Education for National Certified Counselors. The University adheres to NBCC Continuing Education Guidelines. Each workshop provides 3 hours of CEUs for Certified Counselors.
For more information or to register, please call ext. 1767.
W illiam M. Sullivan Senior Scholar, Carnegie Foundation
Associate Faculty, La Salle University
T h e C o r e a n d t h e P r o f e s s i o n s : How ARE T H E Y C O N N E C T E D ?
1:00 — 2:00 Dan Rodden Theater — Student Union Building
W h y t h e P r o f e s s io n s N e e d t h e L ib e r a l A r t s
4:00 Reception 4:30 — 5:30 Presentation
Music Room — Student Union Building
William M. Sullivan is a senior scholar at the Carnegie Foundation. He is working on the Preparation for the Professions Program. He is author o f Work and Integrity: The Crisis and Promise o f Professionalism in America and co- author o f Habits o f the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life.
Sponsored by the Core Curriculum and The Teaching and Learning Center For information, contact: Margot Soven @ x l148 or Sabrina DeTurk @ x5005.
“Sayings of the Father: A Monk’s Spirit”
Presented by Albert Holtz, OSB
When: Thursday, November 7 during Universal Free Period
Where: In the Dunleavy Room
Brother Joseph Dougherty ~ The Program in Catholic Studies ~ McShain 213 ~ X 1347
Halloween is coming; Beware Vampires!!
November 12 & 13
Sponsored by the Health Advisory Committee.
Saturday, October 26 at the
La Salle is an Associate Member o f the MAAC
October Fri 25 Field Hockey
@ Richmond 4:30 Fri 25 Men’s Soccer
vs. Richmond 3:00 Fri 25 Women’s Soccer
@ Richmond 7:00 Fri 25 Volleyball
@ Fordham 7:00 Sat 26 Football (Homecoming)
vs. Duquesne 1:00 Sat 26 Crew
Head of the Schuylkill (Schuylkill River)
Sun 27 Men’s Soccer vs. George Washington 1:00
Sun 27 Women’s Soccer @ George Washington 1:00
Fri 1 Women’s Soccer vs. St. Bonaventure 3:00
Sat 2 Football (Family Day) vs. Marist 1:00
Sat 2 Cross Country A-10 Championship (Pittsburgh)
CAMPUS POSITIONS AVAILABLE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
The School o f Nursing is currently seeking to fill the position of Secretary III for the Dean of the School of Nursing. Qualified applicants should posses a working knowledge of Microsoft Office for Windows (Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access), effective communication skills, and organizational abilities for maintaining School of Nursing records, scheduling appointments, planning School activities, and assistance with overall programmatic needs. High School Diploma/GED required. Full benefits include tuition remission. La Salle University is a Roman Catholic university in the tradition o f the De La Salle Christian Brothers. Applicants should submit a detailed resume, salary requirements, and employment references by November 7 , 2002 to: Dr. Zane Wolf, Dean, La Salle University, School o f Nursing, Box 808, 1900 West Olney Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19141.
La Salle University is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer
LSU Nursing: Creating the Future, Caring for Communities
The School of Nursing is currently seeking to fill a Full-Time, Tenure Track, Adult Nurse Practitioner or Family Nurse Practitioner Faculty Position for teaching across Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing Programs. Qualified applicants should possess an earned doctorate, university teaching experience, and clinical experience; a research track record is preferred. Full benefits package includes tuition remission.
The School of Nursing also invites applications for persons with clinical and classroom expertise in medical-surgical and psychiatric nursing. MSN required.
La Salle is a Roman Catholic institution of higher education in the tradition of the De La Salle Christian Brothers and welcomes applicants from all backgrounds who can contribute to our unique educational mission. For a complete mission statement, please visit our website at www.lasalle.edu.
Applicants should submit a letter o f intent, curriculum vitae, and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three references. The search will remain open until positions are filled. La Salle University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Joanne Farley Serembus, EdD, RN, CCRN Chair, Nursing Search Committee
La Salle University, School of Nursing 1900 West Olney Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19141 Phone: (215) 951-1771 FAX: (215) 951-1896
Data Entry Clerk
The Office of University Advancement is seeking a Data Entry Clerk. The successful candidate will report directly to the Advancement Services Supervisor. Responsibilities include updating and maintaining database information and other duties as needed. Excellent organizational and communication skills imperative. Must be detail oriented. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel desirable.
The position carries a full-benefits package, including tuition remission. La Salle University is a Roman Catholic university in the tradition of the De La Salle Christian Brothers. Send cover letter, resume, salary requirements and three (3) references to: Rosemary Davis, Assistant VP for Advancement Services, Office of University Advancement, La Salle University, 1900 W. Olney Ave., Box 809, Philadelphia, PA 19141. AA/EOE
1900 West Olney Avenue • Philadelphia, PA 19 14 1 Phone: 2 15/951 - 1540 • Fax: 2 15/951 - 1542 • www.lasalle.edu
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