November 8, 2011: Faculty/Staff News
Crockpot Cooking Offered Nov. 17
Tools for Tablets Set for Nov. 16
A light lunch will be provided during the discussion. All faculty and staff members are welcome, but seats are limited, so please register at www.scranton.edu/ctleregistration (under Technology On Your Own Terms).
CTLE Faculty Events Scheduled
Faculty to Faculty Exchange
"Managing Bibliographic Resources for Research"
Presenter: Dr. Margarete Zalon (Nursing)
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 9
Time: 5 - 6:30 p.m.
Location: Heritage Room, Weinberg Memorial Library
This seminar will present information on and examples of how to set up and manage a bibliographic database, import references, and prepare a bibliography. Also in this seminar, a short introduction to software tools to automatically format a manuscript for a specific journal's guidelines. Come for a conversation with faculty colleagues regarding your experiences with the management of research resources. Dinner will be served. To register online for this event, please navigate to My.Scranton and select the "University Links" tab. In the top left channel, click on "CTLE Event Registration."
Faculty Advancement Series
"Using Academic Journals as Models for Student Writing"
Presenter: Dr. Jennifer Franko Vasquez (Mathematics)
Date: Thursday, Nov. 17
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Location: St. Thomas Hall, Harper-McGinnis Wing, room 590
As academics, we write papers and submit them to journals. Then they are read by colleagues and vetted for accuracy and presentation. The papers are only published if they convince the referees and the editor that the results are correct, interesting and novel. The technique we shall describe is one we used in upper division courses that helped students develop both their reading and writing skills without sacrificing time dedicated to the subject. Lunch will be served. To register online for this event, please navigate to My.Scranton and select the "University Links" tab. In the top left channel, click on "CTLE Event Registration."
Long Center Weight Room Is Open
Volunteers Needed for Christmas Day Breakfast
The Community Outreach Office and The Fresh Food Company will be working together once again to bring our third annual Community Christmas Day Breakfast to the Scranton community. We are seeking faculty and staff volunteers to assist on Christmas Day from 7:45 a.m. to 11 a.m., on DeNaples Center's third floor. While this event is open to all to attend, we are asking that volunteers be University employees and their families only. As the event grows each year, we are seeking volunteers to act as committee chairs for:
- table decorations
- holiday cards
- coat donations
- advertising to community churches, newspaper, etc
Staff Senate Spotlight Newsletter Now Available
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Essential Training for New Staff
- Tuesday, Nov. 15
- Thursday, Nov. 17
- Thursday, Dec. 1
- Thursday, Dec. 8
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