Come to the Ally Meeting, Thursday, November 11, 9:15 p.m., LAC 115.
Those involved in the ALLY Program wish to identify themselves as individuals willing to provide a safe haven, a listening ear and support, especially for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons. This helps create a campus community in which everyone is treated with respect and dignity.
The two primary goals of ALLY are:
* To increase the overall campus community's understanding and awareness of all diversity.
* To provide a greater sense of safety for the gay, lesbian, and bisexual student community.
If you are interested in learning more about the ALLY program or would like to provide more education to a class, floor community in a residence hall, office staff, student club or organization, or other campus group, please contact us.
Pres.: Lisa Piccolo at email@example.com
Vice Pres: Karla Dalious at firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Kori Grogan at email@example.com
Contact: Sr. John Michele Southwick at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Megan Leasher, Manager of Talent Assessments at Macy's Inc., will present a lecture on Tuesday, November 9 at 4 p.m. in Room 2036, McGowan Center for Graduate and Professional Studies. In addition, Dr. Leasher will present a colloquium, The Employee Life Cycle: Opportunities for Clinical and I/O Psychologists, on Wednesday, November 10 at 4 p.m.
Campus Ministry is sponsoring a Fair Trade Sale in the Fireplace Lounge, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 16 & 17, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Start Your Christmas Shopping!! The items are uniquely crafted, hand made, and of good quality made by artisans and farmers world wide. Campus Ministry purchased the items SERRV is a nonprofit organization with a mission to eradicate poverty wherever it resides by providing opportunity and support to artisans and farmers worldwide.
If you wanted to participate in the Christmas Giving Tree and thought you missed it, it's not too late to bring a gift, as long as we receive it by this Friday, December 10, at the Campus Ministry office. Take a tag from one of the trees and return the tag with and "unwrapped gift" for an underprivileged child, teenager or homeless person to the Campus Ministry Office, Swartz Center for Spiritual Life. Trees are located at the entrance to the Marian Chapel, outside the First Stop Cafe in Regina Hall, in the Fireplace Lounge of Nazareth Hall, in the lobby of the Center for Healthy Families and in the atrium of the McGowan Center.
The October 2010 edition of the Journal of Traumatic Stress is publishing the results of a study of diagnosis of trauma in the lives of at risk youth in northeastern Pennsylvania. This study, "Underdiagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder in at risk youth," was authored by Mr. Drew Miele and Dr. Edward O'Brien. Miele is a former student in the Psychology and Counseling Department at Marywood University and Dr. O'Brien is the former chair of the Psychology and Counseling Department.