Girl's Basketball Camp
Extended Deadline for Time Sheets
Due to the holiday closing next week, the deadline for submitting and approving both biweekly and student time sheets for the pay period ending 5/28/16 will be extended until Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at 9 am.
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Summer 2016 HIG Toshiba and Lexmark Replacement Reminder
To All Dickinson Employees:
A reminder that all Toshiba and Lexmark Multi-Function Printers (MFPs) will be replaced with new models this summer. Locations with Lexmarks will be migrating first on Tuesday, June 7th and Wednesday, June 8th, followed by Toshibas arriving on campus in the July time frame.
Please see the following link for the exact date for the Lexmark you typically use:
Exact dates for the replacement of each Toshiba will also be posted here closer to their deployment date once HIG has the devices configured.
Again, on-site training will accompany the deployment of each new Toshiba and Lexmark device and additional training dates will be available and communicated toward the end of the summer, and beginning of the Fall semester, for those who are not on campus when the systems are replaced.
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Faculty & Staff are Invited to Donate Unwanted Items to U-Turn on May 31 and June 2
Time to spring clean? Dickinson's faculty & staff are invited to support sustainability at Dickinson by donating your items to U-turn 2016. Bring your gently used household items, furniture, clothing, shoes, small appliances etc. to campus and drop off at one of the two remaining collection days: Tuesday 5/31 and Thursday 6/2 from 4:00 - 7:00 pm at the Goodyear side parking lot.
Our 12th year community partnership with United Way of Carlisle & Cumberland County helps collect unwanted items to resell them at the area's largest community yard sale. All proceeds benefit the United Way of Carlisle & Cumberland County. The United Way provides financial support to over 30 local non-profit partner agencies and 40 programs that address the community's most pressing needs. All you need to do is bring your unwanted items to the collection during the established collection times.
All collected items will be sold at a community yard sale on Saturday June 11 7:30 am-1:00 pm at the Carlisle Fair Grounds.
Reminder: Microsoft Office 2016 Rolling Out to All Employee and Classroom Windows and Mac Computers This Summer
To All Dickinson Employees:
User Services will be deploying the latest Microsoft Office suite, Office 2016, to all employee and classroom Windows and Mac computers this summer. This is the tentative schedule for the deployment:
• June and July: All CLASSROOM/LAB WIDNOWS AND MAC computers will be upgraded to Microsoft Office 2016. Classroom Windows computers will be upgrade to Windows 10.
• End June-Early July: All EMPLOYEE WINDOWS computers will be upgraded to Microsoft Office 2016.
• Mid-July: All EMPLOYEE MAC computers will be upgraded to Microsoft Office 2016.
Closer to the time, specific dates for the deployments to employee Windows and Mac computers will be announced. Similar to when the campus moved from Office 2010 to 2013 for Windows, and from Office 2007 to 2011 for Mac, the current office suite will be removed and replaced with Office 2016.
Please note that no personal files or folders will be affected and that Microsoft Office 2016 is extremely similar in form and function to Office 2013 for Windows so the learning curve is minimal.
Training opportunities will be available via CLIQ and can be scheduled to meet your needs. If you are interested in accessing some training material in advance, please feel free to visit the Microsoft Office Training Portal (https://officetraining.microsoft.com/) for excellent self-paced training tutorials or contact the Helpdesk at x1000 to schedule one-on-one instruction.
Lastly, Dickinson employees and students may download Microsoft Office 2016 for Windows and/or Mac for free on up to five personal computers by logging into the Office 365 portal via the link at the bottom of the Dickinson website, the Office 365 button in the Dickinson Gateway, or by navigating here: https://portal.office.com/
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Following the week of graduation, student mailboxes will be emptied of all remaining contents. All First Class mail and subscription magazines, will be forwarded to the address made available to the Mail Center. All Presorted, Bulk Rate and junk mail will be recycled. All departmental mail, will be returned to the sending office if a return address is available, otherwise it will be recycled. Please refrain from sending mail to the student boxes, unless the student will be remaining on campus for the summer. We will begin accepting student mail and campus mailings on August 31st. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 1298.Displayed through Friday, June 3, 2016
Office 2016 Training Ahead of Summer Roll Out
User Services will be deploying the latest Microsoft Office suite, Office 2016, to all employee and classroom Windows and Mac computers this summer.
Training is being offered on the following dates in the Information Commons Classroom located on the Lower Level of the Waidner-Spahr Library:
• June 8th 1-2pm
• June 22nd 10-11am
• June 24th 2-3pm
Class size is limited to 15. Please register via CLIQ.
More training workshops will be offered before and after the start of the 2016-17 academic year. Special group and/or one-on-one sessions can be scheduled to meet your needs by contacting Angella Dagenhart at email@example.com.Displayed through Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Professional Development and Wellness
Carlisle UMedGym New Fitness Program & Why Exercise is Important Info Session!
Presented by Carlisle UMedGym
Monday, June 6
HUB Social Hall West | noon-1 p.m.
"Sitting is the new smoking" - this is stated more and more in the circles of medical community discussions. Just 30 minutes of active exercising a day makes a world of difference in your fitness level and overall wellbeing. With all the medicines and drugs available now, they have yet to come up with one that improves every aspect of your life and has no negative side effects…except exercise! Exercise has been proven to benefit nearly every aspect of your life, with no negative side effects when done properly. Come learn about the physiology behind the many positive effects that exercise has on your body, and why it is the best medicine.
Are you are preparing to make positive changes and embark on the journey of healthy living? If this sounds like you and you think you could benefit from a structured and supportive program, Dickinson College is teaming up with UMedGym Carlisle to bring you a unique solution called the U-First™ program. Working together with a dedicated team of medical exercise specialists, nutritionists, health coaches, and physical therapists, this program will help you improve your physical activity and nutrition, reduce stress and provide sustainable lifestyle changes over time. Dickinson College would like to invite you to participate in our 6-month lifestyle change program. Space is very limited, so attend this session to learn more!
To qualify for this new wellness program option, you must meet the following criteria:
1. Have a BMI of 30 or higher (Visit http://www.mayoclinic.org/bmi-calculator/itt-20084938 for a BMI calculator) AND
2. Have one or more of the following diagnosed health risk factors: Pre-Diabetes or Type 2 Diabetes, High Cholesterol (total cholesterol or LDL cholesterol), High Blood Pressure and/or Waist Circumference over 35” for women or 40” for men.
Attend this UMedGym information session scheduled for Monday, June 6 in the HUB Social Hall West for more information about this new program to enhance your wellbeing and get started on the pathway to better health and fitness!Displayed through Tuesday, May 31, 2016
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Ice Cream Social Celebration - Spring Into Fitness Challenge 2016!
Save the Date!
Spring Into Fitness Challenge 2016 ~ Ice Cream Social
Hosted by Human Resource Services
Wednesday, June 1
Stern Center Patio & Hurwitz Green (Rain Location: HUB Social Hall)
The numbers are in – and the winner is…?
Please plan to attend the annual Ice Cream Social to learn which division and mini-team has won the 2016 Spring Into Fitness Challenge. Enjoy some fresh air and sunshine along with a sweet reward and time to network with friends and colleagues on the Stern Center Patio/Hurwitz Green area on the John Dickinson Campus. Learn just how far we walked virtually around the world as our accumulated minutes converted to miles brought us on a journey to visit many of Dickinson’s Global Education sites along the world touring route! Registration for this event is open and available in CLIQ via the Gateway.
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Retirement Celebration for Dave Frohman
Students, parents, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to join in a celebration of Dave Frohman’s 27 years of dedicated service to the college and wish him well on his retirement at a reception during Alumni Weekend:
Saturday, June 11
Admissions First Floor and Patio
11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
We hope you’ll stop by the Admissions House during this “open house” time. Questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.Displayed through Saturday, June 11, 2016
Needed: Part-time Lifeguard
Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet is looking for a part-time lifeguard for their 5-week summer program. If interested, contact Brittany McQuaid at email@example.com.Displayed through Friday, May 27, 2016
Trout Gallery Hiring for 2016-17 Academic Year
The Trout Gallery is now accepting applications for student assistant positions for the 2016-2017 academic year. Applications will be reviewed immediately, with qualified applicants being invited for an interview before May 18th. Hiring will continue until June 8th. Please see The Trout Gallery website for job descriptions and application requirements.Displayed through Friday, May 27, 2016
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