Events

July 2015

  • Photo Exhibition in Andre Hall Humanities Gallery

    Monday, May 11, 8:00am-Monday, August 31, 5:00pm at Andre Hall

    An exhibition of photographs from last summer's Documentary Photography and Global Studies in Thailand program will be on view at the Andre Hall Humanities Gallery from February 17 through Summer 2015. 
    Photographers were asked to find particular aspects of culture, place, and time that they felt would add to a larger project descriptive of the small communities and people encountered in Southern Thailand.  Students were tasked with keeping in mind how visual and paired written descriptions illustrating their chosen subjects could lead viewers to consider Thailand's position in the larger global community. 

  • New Undergraduate Student Orientation - Freshman Session 4

    Thursday, July 9, 8:30am-Friday, July 10, 4:00pm at

    Incoming freshman students and their respective families and friends will be on campus Thursday, July 9, and Friday, July 10, to get acquainted with the university and all of its resources. Please welcome the newest Hilltoppers to our community.  
    If you see any lost parents or students, please direct them to one of the Orientation staff members who will be able to assist them.
    Please wear blue and gold, and your name tag! 
     

  • New Undergraduate Student Orientation - Freshman Session 5

    Tuesday, July 14, 8:30am-Wednesday, July 15, 4:00pm at

    Incoming freshman students and their respective families and friends will be on campus Tuesday, July 14, and Wednesday, July 15, to get acquainted with the university and all of its resources. Please welcome the newest Hilltoppers to our community.  
    If you see any lost parents or students, please direct them to one of the Orientation staff members who will be able to assist them.
    Please wear blue and gold, and your name tag! 

  • Writing a Teaching Statement

    Friday, July 17, 2:00pm-3:30pm at Robert and Pearle Ragsdale Center, Lucas Room (Room 301)

    This Center for Teaching Excellence workshop is particularly recommended for teaching award nominees but all faculty--full-time, adjunct, and staff who teach--are welcome. The bulk of the session will be devoted to writing a teaching philosophy statement, but we will also discuss how your teaching statement can help you organize a teaching portfolio.  Please RSVP below.

  • Community Emergency Response Team Basic Training (CERT BT)

    Monday, July 20, 8:00am-Monday, July 27, 5:00pm at Fleck Hall, Room 305

    CERT Basic Training is designed to prepare you to help yourself and others in the event of a catastrophic disaster.  This training covers basic skills that are important to know when emergency services are not available.  With hands-on training and practice, and by working as a team, you will be able to protect yourself and do the greatest good for the greatest number after a disaster.  You can make a difference by using your CERT training to save lives and protect property.
    CERT Basic Training is a nationally standardized course, taught by local instructors. Nine units will be covered over five days.  Exact dates and times for each unit will be announced.  You must successfully complete all nine units to become a nationally certified CERT member. The SEU CERT Basic Training is open to all SEU Faculty and Staff.  To register, click the Web Address below.
    The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program is a nation-wide volunteer program under the auspices of CitizenCorps and FEMA. 
    The SEU Campus CERT, established in 2007,  is a subset of national CERT, and operates under the auspices of the St. Edward's University Police Department.