EASTERN UNIVERSITY MA IN URBAN STUDIES OPEN HOUSE MARCH 15 AT FALLS CENTER
Saturday, March 15, from 11AM-1PM at Eastern University Falls Center, 3300 Henry Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19129. Learn more about the Master of Arts in Urban studies with a program presentation, panel discussion and time to network. RSVP to email@example.com or 215-769-3121.
TIME MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP FOR CAS STUDENTS MARCH 17
CAS students, do you have too many things to do and not enough time to do them? Then make just a little time to come to the AAC (Academic Advising Center) Workshop on Time Management March 17, 10 AM in Harold Howard Center Room 106. Kim Hidore will present some terrific time management tips and serve free snacks! Questions? Contact Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org
THEOLOGIAN/COMEDIAN TED SCHWARTZ AT ST. DAVIDS MARCH 20-21
An actor/writer/biblical story teller/comedian named Ted Schwartz is coming to St. Davids on March 20 and 21. His Ted & Company TheaterWorks will present Laughter is a Sacred Space on Friday, March 21, at 10 AM in McInnis Auditorium, 1300 Eagle Road, St. Davids, PA 19087. This is part of the Windows on the World series of lectures and programs, which are free and open to the public. Details here. On Thursday, March 20, Ted Schwartz will present I'd Like to Buy An Enemy at 8 PM in McInnis Auditorium on the campus at St. Davids. This program looks at "the assumptions and actions that lead to the creation of and the continuation of enemies."
WRITING CENTER WORKSHOP ON COMMAS, SEMICOLONS AND COLONS MARCH 24 FOR CAS STUDENTS
The Writing Center at St. Davids will offer a workshop for students in CAS on commas, semicolons, and colons Monday, March 24. At the end of the session we will provide certificates to document attendance. Faculty are welcome to attend. We will also offer one more workshop this semester, on how to write an effective thesis (April 14). All workshops will be on Mondays from 5-6 PM in HHC 106.
WIN CASH PRIZES IN ANNUAL LIBRARY ESSAY CONTEST (DEADLINE MARCH 26)
Attention undergraduate students at Eastern University. The Friends of the Library are sponsoring the annual Jonathan Orr Essay Contest. Undergraduate students are invited to write an essay (400-700 words) on thIs topic: In his books Red Letter Revolution (2012) and Red Letter Christians (2008), Dr. Tony Campolo suggests that the world of theology, Christian living, and global issues might take a different direction if Christians commit to lives according to “what Christ really said.” How does this principle guide your future goals as a graduate of Eastern University?
Your essay must be an original work with references cited. Prizes are 3rd place: $200; 2nd place: $300; and 1st place: $400! The contest began Feb. 12 with a deadline for submissions on March 26. Stop by the Warner Library at St. Davids and pick up an entry form. Also available in some academic departments. Winners will also be our guests at the Friends of the Library dinner, April 10, featuring Tony Campolo as our speaker.
GODSPELL MARCH 26-30 AT ST. DAVIDS
Eastern University Theatre presents Godspell March 26-30 in McInnis Auditorium on the campus at 1300 Eagle Road, St. Davids, PA 19087. Directed by Teresa Moyer, Godspell draws from various theatrical traditions, such as clowning, pantomime, charades, acrobatics and vaudeville. This is a groundbreaking and unique reflection on the life of Jesus, with a message of kindness, compassion and love. If you think you've already seen Godspell, come experience it again for the first time! Performances are: Wednesday, March 26 through Saturday, March 29 at 8 PM and Sunday matinee,March 30 at 3 PM. Ticket prices are $10 general admission, $8 children/seniors, and $5 with Eastern University ID. For ticket reservations, call the Box Office at 610-225-5545.
11th ANNUAL MUSIC GALA BENEFIT CONCERT AT THE KIMMEL CENTER APRIL 4
This popular concert is Friday, April 4, 7:30 PM. It's being held this year at the KIMMEL CENTER (Perelman Theater) in celebration of the inauguration of President Robert G. Duffett. Featuring: Eastern Piano Quartet, Pro Christo Brass, University Choir, Music Faculty and Students. More information.
SOCCER ALUMNI FESTIVAL GAME, POTLUCK DINNER AND SILENT AUCTION SATURDAY, APRIL 5
Our 8th Annual Soccer Alumni Festival is April 5 and starts at 4 PM with the Eastern Alums playing against the current Eagles on Olson Field at St. Davids. Afterwards there is a potluck dinner and silent auction. So bring plenty of food for the potluck dinner and money for the silent auction for a chance to win some Eastern gear! Please RSVP to Eastern Alumni Festival Invitation. If you have any questions, please contact Phil Mantua, Asst. Men's Soccer Coach, at cell number 301-742-0683.
FACULTY RECITAL WITH RON MATTHEWS AND RICHARD AMOROSO APRIL 11
Come enjoy the music of pianist Ron Matthews and Richard Amoroso on the violoncello. Dr. Matthews is Executive Director, Music and Fine Arts Division, and chair of the Music Department. Richard Amoroso is an adjunct faculty member in our music program. They perform on Friday, April 11 at 8 PM in Fowler Hall Great Room, St. Davids. Tickets are $5 at the door.
RED LETTER EVENING WITH TONY CAMPOLO APRIL 10
Friends of the Library invite everyone to this special evening with Dr. Tony Campolo on Thursday, April 10, from 6-8:30 PM in the Warner Library Atrium at St. Davids. Serving dessert and beverages afterwards. Open and free to all. Please RSVP to JOY DLUGOSZ at email@example.com or 610-225-5660 by April 7.
EASTERN UNIVERSITY OFFERS SUMMER ONLINE COURSES
Eastern University is offering Summer Online Courses in two sessions: May 14-June 25 and June 30-August 7. Courses offered include Business, Education, English, Psychology and General Education. Tuition for the summer courses is $395 a credit or $1,185 a course. Current students in the College of Arts and Sciences may register using MyEastern. Students outside of Eastern University can register for summer courses by filling out the visiting student application located on the Web site. For the full listing of summer courses and dates offered, visit www.eastern.edu/summeronline.
HOW TO SCHEDULE A VISIT TO ESPERANZA COLLEGE IN PHILADELPHIA
Esperanza College of Eastern University, located at 4261 North 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140, welcomes Walk-in appointments Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM. INDIVIDUAL VISITS should be requested at least two days in advance. GROUP VISITS from high schools and other groups are welcome. Please notify us at least 2-3 weeks in advance. To schedule your campus visit, please call 215-324-0746 x410.
CHARMING BED AND BREAKFAST FOR YOUR OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS
Looking for a lovely place to house your visitors? Check out the European-style Alpenhof Bed and Breakfast in nearby Media, PA. For information, call Roland or Judy at 610-891-8222 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability.
SUSAN G. KOMEN INTERNSHIP
We offer flexible scheduling in our office, and ask that all interns commit to a minimum of 20 hrs./week. All internships are unpaid and run a minimum of 10 weeks, beginning in September, January and May. The spring internships are filled, but there are still openings for the summer and fall of 2014. Our openings focus on: Community Health and Education, Grants and Public Policy, Communications and Special Event Planning, Finance and Bookkeeping, Information Management and Data Entry. To qualify, all candidates should be enrolled in a university, exhibit strong organizational skills, be computer savvy, possess good customer service skills, and show enthusiasm and initiative. To apply, email us at email@example.com or call 215-238-8900.
TRANSIT SYSTEMS OFFERS DISCOUNT TO EASTERN STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF
Transit Systems, a long distance moving and shipping company in Wayne, PA, near the King of Prussia mall, is offering discounts to Eastern folks. All employees, faculty and students will receive a 10% discount on furniture shipping, household goods shipping and small long-distance moving services anywhere in the United States with Transit Systems Inc. when they call 1-800-626-1257 or go to www.transitsystems.com for a free quote and mention Eastern University Affiliation for the discount.
ART TREASURES FROM KOREA AT PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART NOW THROUGH MAY 26
This is the first comprehensive survey in the U.S. devoted to the art of the celebrated Joseon dynasty (1392–1910), an era that profoundly shaped the culture of Korea in ways that continue to resonate today. More than 150 works, including national treasures displayed for the first time in the U.S. Learn more.