Academic

The Multilingual Writing Center and Quantitative Reasoning Tutoring Center will close during the Fall Pause

These centers will be closed Sunday, October 21 - Tuesday, October 23 and re-open with regular hours On Wednesday, October 24.

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Roll Call Grades

Attention Faculty – Roll Call grades for all students must be entered via Banner XE no later than Noon, October 24th. Please e-mail Marcia Golembeski (golembem@dickinson.edu) regarding any enrollment discrepancies on your class lists. Thank you.

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Contact: reg@dickinson.edu
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Major Declaration Forms are Due

If you want priority as a Declared Major during the Course Request Processing Period, Major Declaration Forms are due in the Registrar’s Office (Biddle House) by Thursday, November 1st at 4:00 p.m.

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Rwanda: After Genocide and Apartheid mini-Mosaic Info Session

There will be a short information session on Tuesday, October 30 at 12:00 p.m. in the HUB Side Room 204 for the Spring 2019 Rwanda Mosaic: After Genocide and Apartheid. This mini-Mosaic offers students from all majors the opportunity to join an interdisciplinary research team that will explore how a society grapples with trauma and devastation in the aftermath of genocide. Students will learn about the background of genocide, the role played by the media, religious groups, and the international community; the phenomenon of genocide denial, mechanisms of justice systems, and specific topics related to post-genocide reconstruction. The research team will interview Rwandans working to bring perpetrators to justice and creating institutions and programs to create the conditions for reconciliation and peace. At the end of the program, students will work together on an exposition showcasing their research.

For more information contact: Andrew Bale (Art & Art History) balea@dickinson.edu, Jeremy Ball (History) ballj@dickinson.edu, Jean-Pierre Karegeye (Philosophy) karegeyj@dickinson.edu and/or Center for Global Studies and Engagement global@dickinson.edu. To apply please visit the Global Study & Engagement page (https://dickinson.studioabroad.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10133).

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Contact: bowmanm@dickinson.edu
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Tomika Ferguson lecture: The Politics of Disruption: Considerations of Gender, Race, Space, and Place in Athletics

College campuses have been seen as idyllic spaces that encourage activism and unhindered self-expression, spaces where diverse thought is embedded into community and culture. Our current socio-political climate has raised questions regarding privilege, identity, and voice in forms of self-expression. Concerns about the scope of higher education institution’s responsibility to sustain safe and inclusive environments resonate with faculty, administrators, and students. In this presentation, Dr. Ferguson argues that methods to address equity and inclusion within higher education can be identified by exploring the politics of disruption found within Black women student-athletes’ college experiences. This is the second fall event in the Popel Shaw Center’s yearlong series A Kaleidoscope of Excellence: Celebrating the art, activism, and scholarship of women of color. (Co-sponsored with the WGRC).

Join the PSC & WGRC on November 5th, in Althouse 106 at 6pm

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Contact: psc@dickinson.edu

Course Request Period

Online Course Request Period for the Spring 2019 Semester will begin 9:00 am Monday, November 5th and continue through Wednesday, November 7th by 4:00 pm. Be sure that your financial accounts are clear before Wednesday, October 31st, 2018. Students will request courses via Banner Self-Service – see the Registrar’s web page for details. If you have a hold on your account, you will not be able to participate in the Course Request Period.

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Campus Job Opportunities

Campus Job Openings

Job Openings posted the week of October 19, 2018

This week the following positions were posted and are currently available:
Job/Department

• Academic Department Coordinator – Africana Studies
• Asst Catering Coordinator - Dining Services

For additional information or to apply please stop by the HR Services Office or log on to the job line at https://jobs.dickinson.edu

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Contact: hrservices@dickinson.edu
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Career Center

Mutual of Omaha On-Campus Interviews

Zachary Boyel with Mutual of Omaha will be conducting on-campus interviews through the Career Center office for a full-time entry level Financial Advisor.
Apply Deadline: October 30th

If you would like to be considered for an interview, you MUST apply through the Handshake system. If you need assistance, please contact Tammy Heberlig, Recruitment Coordinator at heberlit@dickinson.edu or 717-245-1069.

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Contact: heberlit@dickinson.edu

College Farm and Sustainability

Celebrate the Season by Making a Reservation at GATHER!

Join farm staff and friends for a unique dining experience that highlights the many ingredients grown at the College Farm and within the Cumberland Valley. On Saturday, October 27th, Chef Duane Miller and student farmers aim to exceed your expectations with a four course meal featuring farm-raised crops prepared in flavorful fashion. Vegan and meat entrées available! Don't delay! Make your reservation now.
For more information on the menu and to make a reservation, please visit https://dcfarmgather.wordpress.com/
GATHER is held in the Stern Great Room. Doors open at 6 p.m. with dinner service beginning promptly at 6:30 p.m.

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Contact: farm@dickinson.edu
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General Announcements

LIS Technology Lunch & Learns and Outreach

To the Dickinson College Community:

Lunch & Learns:

User Services will host three ‘Lunch and Learn’ sessions this semester which are brief noontime sessions for bringing a bag lunch and finding out more about a campus technology or service. All Lunch & Learns will be held in the HUB Social Hall East from Noon-1PM and ARE OPEN TO ALL!! Here are the dates and topics:

- Wednesday, Oct. 24: ‘Avoid Phishing Traps’ presented by Katelin Moul – find out how to spot phishing messages like a pro and what do to in the event you, or someone you know, befalls a phishing attack.

- Wednesday, Nov. 14: ‘What to Look for When Purchasing a Home or College-use Computer’ presented by Isaac Lopp - Have you ever wondered what to look for when purchasing a machine for personal use, classes, friends and family? Do you get lost in all the technical oddities from RAM to Processor to Hard Drive? How about where to find the best deals and discounts? Find out how to navigate purchasing a new computer.

- Wednesday, Nov 28: ‘Task Management Applications’ presented by Andrew Connell – do you have a ton of things to do and need an easy way to keep on task? Do you have a group which needs a way to address a cascade of tasks for a project? This will not make you a project manager, but will show you several tools available to you to help keep yourself, or a group, organized.

Coffee & Collaboration:

Additionally, LIS collectively implemented several changes this past summer, so Andrew Connell and Isaac Lopp from User Services will also be available for informal questions or discussions, about any technology-related issues and/or potential project involvement. They will be at the Quarry from 9AM-10AM on the following dates so feel free to stop by and say hello:

- Wednesday, 10/17
- Thursday, 10/18
- Wednesday, 10/31
- Thursday, 11/1
- Wednesday, 11/14
- Thursday, 11/15
- Wednesday, 12/12
- Thursday, 12/13

Thank you!

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Contact: connella@dickinson.edu

Pre-Health Program Application Series Introduction for Juniors & Seniors

Wednesday, October 24, 2018; 6 p.m.; Rector Science Center, Stafford Auditorium

If you're planning to enter a professional school in the 2020 application cycle, it's time to begin the process. Join us for this introductory meeting to learn about national application and matriculation statistics. Gain an understanding of the flow of the application cycle. Secure materials on how to prepare for the MCAT or another test. Please sign-up with Barb Redding (redding@dickinson.edu) to confirm your attendance at the event on Wednesday, October 24 at 6 p.m. in Rector Science Center Stafford Auditorium. Please confirm with Mrs. Redding which professional school application service you will be planning to utilize prior to the meeting.

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Contact: swarnerd@dickinson.edu

Media Center Game Nights

The Media Center is hosting game nights. We have a Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4, Wii and Oculus Virtual Reality . Join us in the basement of Bosler Hall on the last Thursday of every month from 7:00-10:00. The next event is October 25th.

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Contact: mediacenter@dickinson.edu

Campus Safety Walk

Each year, the members of the Workplace Safety Committee conduct a survey of the campus grounds during the evening hours to look for safety concerns that might not be apparent during the day (e.g., trip hazards, lighting deficiencies, other obscured hazards and more). This Safety Walk will take place on Thursday, October 25 beginning at 7:00pm,wrapping up around 9:00pm. If you are interested in participating in this safety walk, please notify the Safety & Emergency Management Specialist (berndtd@dickinson.edu) and meet at the Public Safety lobby at 6:45pm.

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Contact: berndtd@dickinson.edu

Open Session on Strategic Priorities

Thursday, Oct. 25, Stern Great Room, noon - 1PM.
This session will cover the same information that was included in the Oct. 8 open session, but will hopefully allow others to attend who were unable to do so. A draft document outlining the strategic priorities can be found in the Campus Documents section in the Gateway. Please review the priorities and plan to attend Thursday’s open session

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Technology Learning Now in Totara

To the Dickinson College Community:

LIS has completed migrating content from DOTT into Totara so all technology course-based learning is consolidated on one online platform. Please find any learning for technology-related resources (ie. Printing on Campus, Data Security, Office 365 OneDrive, Moodle Course Backup, etc.) by accessing Totara from the Dickinson Gateway, clicking “Find Learning - Courses”, and filtering by the “technology” tag on the left. DOTT will be decommissioned on Wednesday, October 24th.

Please note, technology documentation in the Knowledge Base (dickinson.edu/knowledgebase) is not affected by this move.

Thank you.

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Contact: connella@dickinson.edu
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Educated: A Memoir - Free book for discussion participants, while supplies last

We are pleased to announce the Spring into the Semester Common Reading selection, Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover. Born to survivalists in rural Idaho, Westover didn’t set foot in a classroom until she was seventeen, and never saw a doctor during her childhood. Lacking any formal education, Tara taught herself enough mathematics and grammar to be admitted to college, where she studied history, learning for the first time about important world events like the Holocaust and the civil rights movement. Her quest for knowledge transformed her, taking her over oceans and across continents, to Harvard and to Cambridge. Only then would she wonder if she’d traveled too far, if there was still a way home.

A discussion of Educated will take place on Monday, January 21, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. at the Waidner-Spahr Library. Dickinson students, faculty, staff and alumni are welcome to join us. Please register to indicate your plans to participate.

Free copies of Educated will be made available to registrants during the Fall semester, while supplies last.

Register at: https://libguides.dickinson.edu/commonreading/

This event is sponsored by the Dickinson College Division of Academic Affairs, Division of Student Life, and the Waidner-Spahr Library. Books for alumni are provided by the Office of Engagement & the Dickinson Fund. Staff & faculty copies have been contributed by Human Resource Services.

For more information, contact Donna Bickford (bickford@dickinson.edu) or Jessica Howard (howardj@dickinson.edu).

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"Holy Terror" Movie Night

The Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice invites you to join Professor Jodie Vann for a film screening of "The Exorcist" as we prepare for our Faith & Horror dinner and discussion. The movie will be shown in Stafford Auditorium on Friday October 26th from 6:00-8:00 PM. Please refer to the RSVP events on Dickinson Today for more information about the dinner and discussion that will be held the following Monday.

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Contact: rellife@dickinson.edu
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Friday, November 2, 2018 R&D Deadline

The Research and Development Committee welcomes your proposals for:
• Dana Research Assistantships for Spring 2019

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Contact: randd@dickinson.edu
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My Culture Is Not A Costume

Please join the Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice on Britton Plaza on Tuesday October 30th from 12-1 PM as students from Justice Served discuss cultural appropriation and how to be sensitive in choosing a Halloween costume. Snacks and music provided!

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October Grant$ & Opportunitie$ Newsletter

The current edition of the Grant$ & Opportunitie$ newsletter is available at the web link below. The G&O features upcoming and new grant opportunities, faculty workshop and conference dates, important information pertaining to the administration of grants, and additional information. If you are an administrator and would like to receive the G&O newsletter via email, please send a message to the address listed below with “Subscribe” in the subject line and your name will be added to the email subscription list. Faculty receive this newsletter through the Provost’s office.

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Contact: swegerb@dickinson.edu
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Holy Terror Film Series

Join us for a NEWLY expanded "Holy Terror" series. With discussion led by faculty, the series explores the relationship between religion and horror. Bring a friend, and prepare for a frighteningly good time!

Friday, October 26, 6 PM: The Exorcist (Stafford Auditorium)
Saturday, October 27, 6 PM: The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2 (Stafford Auditorium)
Wednesday, October 31, 10 AM: The Nun (private screening at Carlisle Commons 8 Theatre; $10 per person, please RSVP to vannj@dickinson.edu)

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Contact: vannj@dickinson.edu

Apply to live in the Interfaith House!

There will be one vacancy in the Interfaith House for the Spring 2019 semester. If you have any questions, please email birtha@dickinson.edu. If you would like to apply, click on the link below.

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Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead Ofrenda

Come visit the annual campus display commemorating Dia de los Muertos (Day of the dead) from October 28th-November 2nd, in Waidner-Spahr Library near the Circulation desk! People can stop by and add things to the Ofrenda anytime. On November 1st, 5-6pm, people can drop by to enjoy Mexican Hot Chocolate and Pan de Muerto (traditional bread) and learn about the holiday.

(co-sponsored by PSC, LALC, Spanish & Portuguese and the Waidner-Spahr Library).

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Contact: psc@dickinson.edu

Preschool Opening

Dickinson College Children's Center has an opening in our preschool program. Call the center for details at 717-245-1088.

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Contact: trumanc@dickinson.edu
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Relay for Life Basket Raffle

It's that time of year again! The Team Dickinson Annual Basket Raffle is about to begin!

Each year, themed baskets are assembled by departments, individuals, divisions, and clubs on campus to raise funds for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, taking place on campus each Spring. Baskets should be assembled and dropped off at Facilities Management (5 N. Orange St.) by Friday, November 9 for display and ticket sales the following weeks. Anyone interested in donating a basket for the basket raffle should contact Leslie Swartz at swartz@dickinson.edu for questions or details.

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Contact: swartz@dickinson.edu

Pre-Health Program First Year & Transfer Advising Session #4

Tuesday, November 6, 2018; Noon; Rector Science Center, Stafford Auditorium

All first-year students planning to join the Pre-Health Program to pursue a career within the healthcare field must attend two of four group advising sessions in the fall. The final session will be held on Tuesday, November 6 at Noon in Stafford Auditorium. We will cover the following topics: planning and scheduling courses, pre-health competencies, and tips for academic success. Please email Barb Redding (redding@dickinson.edu) to confirm that you will plan to attend this session.

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Contact: redding@dickinson.edu

Professional Development and Wellness

Biometric Screening

Thursday, October 25 | 7:30-8:30 a.m.
Facilities Management Breakroom

The Biometric Screening provides a snapshot of your health looking at your total cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure, height, weight, waist circumference and body mass index (BMI). It is a collective review of your risk factors for developing heart disease, stroke and diabetes known as Metabolic Syndrome. The number of people with metabolic syndrome increases with age, affecting more than 40 percent of people in their 60s and 70s. Several factors increase your risk for developing the syndrome – high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes or high blood sugar, a lack of physical activity, smoking, and family history. Monitoring your blood pressure, blood glucose, cholesterol levels and BMI gives you the ability to stay on top of your overall health. Knowing your numbers provides the information to you for conversations with your personal physician. Do you know your numbers? If not, please schedule for this free health screening.

Enroll and sign-up in Totara via the employee Gateway. Search for "Biometric Screenings" and select an appointment time, or complete this screening during your annual well visit for your physical exam with your healthcare provider. Your Biometric screening must be completed on or before Friday, May 31 to meet the deadlines of the 2018-2019 Wellness Incentive Program Challenge!

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Contact: devwell@dickinson.edu
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Inclusive Pedagogies 2.0: Creating an Inclusive Syllabus, FAS Workshop

This advanced faculty workshop shares techniques for assessing and designing an inclusive syllabus that fosters maximum learning for all students. Facilitated by Donna Bickford (WGRC & WGSS) and Vincent L. Stephens (PSC & Music). For Faculty & Staff who have completed previous Inclusive Pedagogies workshops facilitated by Bickford and Stephens. Please pre-register on Totara.

Workshop will be October 29th, 4:30-6pm in Althouse 207

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Contact: wgrc@dickinson.edu

Tobacco-Free Living

Tuesday, October 30 ~ Presented by UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle
Stern Center, room 102 | noon- 1 p.m.

Have you, a friend or loved one wanted to quit smoking but been challenged with attempts to quit? Did you ever wonder why this is so difficult to accomplish?

This presentation provides a general overview of the nature of the tobacco-use addiction, complications, benefits of quitting, treatment options and resources. Gain encouragement, knowledge, resources and supportive tools to aid in quitting tobacco.

Enroll and sign-up in Totara via the employee Gateway. Search for “wellness info sessions” and scroll down to Tobacco-Free Living to sign up.

For more information or questions, call extension 1503.

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Aetna Individual Consultations

Wednesday, October 31 | 8:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m.
HUB Mary Dickinson Room

Do you have medical question regarding your Aetna insurance plan? How does this insurance plan work? What is deductible and coinsurance? Our Aetna representative, Jean Enders, will be available on campus to help answer your claims questions or inquiries regarding your medical and mental health services. Please bring any documents pertaining to your questions such as explanation of benefits, bills etc. Aetna’s enrolled members can log into Aetna Navigator at www.aetna.com to access Aetna’s broad network and resource tools. To schedule an appointment with Aetna, please register in Totara through the employee Gateway or call ext. 1503.

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Farm2Table | Quick Fall Seasonal Snacks & Recipes

Monday, November 5
HUB Social Hall West | noon-1 p.m.
Presented by Courtney Hager, RD

This Farm2Table nutrition session will include recipes for favorite local fall produce – from pumpkins and squash to chick peas and mushrooms! Register now to learn preparation of simple, quick nutritious recipes to share this fall with friends and family.

Enroll and sign-up through Totara via the Gateway. Search for "Nutrition Info Sessions."

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RSVP Events

Student Lunch and Workshop with Eboo Patel

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 24th
Student Lunch and Workshop Time: 12:30-1:20pm
Location: Stern Great Room
Students: Please register at https://dickinson.campuslabs.com/engage/event/2836396

“A Conversation with Eboo Patel” - During this workshop, Eboo will introduce students to the concepts discussed in his recent book, Interfaith Leadership, which explores the core competencies and skills of interfaith leadership and addresses the issues interfaith leaders face and how they can prepare to solve them. While it can be challenging to navigate the differences and disagreements that can arise from interactions between people of different faith, skilled interfaith leaders are vital if we are to have a strong, religiously diverse democracy. Eboo will discuss with students the philosophical underpinnings of interfaith theory and outline some of the skills necessary to practice interfaith leadership today.

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Contact: jewishlife@dickinson.edu

Staff and Faculty Workshop with Eboo Patel

Date: Oct. 24th
Staff and Faculty Workshop Time: 2:30-4:00pm
Location: Stern Great Room
Please register for this session on Totara

"Building Interfaith Capacity at Dickinson College" - Dr. Patel will lead a capacity building session for faculty and staff to help increase understanding of and engagement with religious diversity on campus. The session will address the critical importance of taking religious and non-religious identity seriously and the concept of interfaith cooperation as a civic good.

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Contact: jewishlife@dickinson.edu

Landis Listens - Queer & Trans People of Color

The Landis Collective invites students interested in exploring current and future opportunities for QTPOC (Queer & Trans People of Color) students to build community at Dickinson to this listening and discussion session at Landis House. We will gather together on Thursday, 10/25 from 5pm-6:30pm at Landis House.

You must RSVP via EngageD in order to participate. Dinner will be served. Please email LGBTQ@dickinson.edu with any dietary restrictions AFTER you register on EngageD.

https://dickinson.campuslabs.com/engage/event/2850914

This event is capped at 20 students.

This event is co-sponsored by the Division of Student Life.

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Contact: LGBTQ@dickinson.edu
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Justice and Education

Please join the Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice as we welcome guest speaker, Associate Professor of Education Sara Bair, in an engaging conversation about justice and education. This discussion will be held in Althouse 109 on Thursday October 25th from 12-1 PM. RSVP through EngageD at the link below.

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Did you really just say that? A student workshop

Have you ever felt paralyzed or frustrated when someone has said or done something that felt culturally insensitive? Have you ever felt that you were being insensitive? The Popel Shaw Center is offering an opportunity for students to develop their ability to respond to interpersonal cultural conflicts productively in this interactive and informative workshop. The workshop is for 25 people maximum. Students must pre-register to participate. Please register by Monday, October 26th. For first year students only. Fulfills the first-year diversity & inclusion requirement. Please pre-register on EngageD.

This workshop will be help on October 30, 5-6:15pm in Althouse 110

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Contact: psc@dickinson.edu

The Lauren Lau Day Of Community Service

A day of community service in honor of Lauren Lau ‘19 who passed away in October of 2016. As a brother of Alpha Phi Omega, participating in service was incredibly important to Lauren. This day will begin with a kick-off ceremony and complimentary breakfast. Following this participants will be volunteering with one of our various service organizations throughout Carlisle. Service opportunities will be at varying times depending on the service chosen. They range from helping care for foster kittens, inspecting board games, sorting candy for a Halloween event, socializing with the elderly, and more. We hope that those that join us will enjoy this opportunity to celebrate the life of a friend, brother, and all-around wonderful individual. Whether or not you were close to Lauren, we encourage you to sign up for this event as a chance do good for your community for in her name.

To register for the event and to participate in community service please go to: http://bit.ly/servicereg

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Contact: aposervice.dickinson@gmail.com
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Faith and Horror

The Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice welcomes guest speaker Professor Jodie Vann from the Department of Religion as we discuss the intersection between faith and horror. This event will be held on Monday October 29th from 5:30-6:30 PM in Landis House. Dinner will be provided. RSVP on EngageD via the link below.

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Volunteer Events and Fundraising

Color Rush 5K for Service Trips

Join the Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice for the Color Rush 5K to benefit 2018-2019 Service Trips. You can walk or run but, you will be covered in color by the end of the race! The race will take place at D-Park on Sunday October 28th with registration at noon and the race start at 1:00 PM. The fee is $20 with a t-shirt (until 10/19) or $15 without a t-shirt. If you are unable to attend, you can still make a donation. Please see the link below to register!

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Contact: servicetrips@dickinson.edu
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Equal Exchange Fundraiser for Service Trips

The Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice is once again selling Equal Exchange products to benefit the 2018-2019 Service Trips! There are many wonderful fair-trade items available for purchase including chocolates, coffees, teas, and more. The holidays will be here before you know it...why not buy something for a loved one and help a great cause? To browse the catalog, click on the link below. To place an order, email the office or stop by Landis House. You can pay via cash, check, or the "donate" button on our office homepage.

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Hurricane Relief

The Center for Service, Spirituality, & Social Justice is hosting an ongoing hurricane relief effort for those affected by the recent storms. Students from Day of Service will be making Hurricane Relief Buckets to be distributed by Mission Central. Please click on the link below for a list of supplies that are needed. To make a monetary donation, visit our office homepage and click on the "donate" button, or stop by Landis House with cash/check.

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Contact: dayofservice@dickinson.edu
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