Tuesday, November 27, 2012

The College of Education & Kappa Delta Pi are collecting school supplies for children in Staten Island who lost their homes and schools that are in need. The following (new) items are needed by Monday, December 3rd, in Jubilee Hall, Office Rm # 477: Composition Books (Black Marble Notebooks) Folders Binders 2-3 subject notebooks Loose leaf paper Highlighters Glue sticks Dry erase boards Dry erase markers Calculators Rulers Pencil cases Kids scissors Backpacks Lunch boxes Erasers Pencils Red pens Colored pencils Crayons For more information or for any questions, please send an e-mail to kdpxigamma@gmail.com or omayra.arocho@shu.edu.

Monday, November 19, 2012

Come watch Seton Hall's Men's Basketball team at NJ Teacher Appreciation Night at Prudential Center! $5 a ticket with your NJEA card. Tuesday, December 4th at 7pm.

Monday, November 12, 2012

SHU Social Mentors Needed - 15 Honor Stole Points

15 Honor Stole Points for Involvement in the SHU Mentoring Program Below: The Center for Multiculturalism & Civic Engagement (CMCE) and the Office of International Programs (OIP) are seeking people like YOU, who are enthusiastic about meeting people of different cultures, who have an interest in making connections, participating in campus life events, as well as, encouraging active involvement in student organizations through a Social Mentoring program. The goal of the Social Mentor’s Program is to facilitate social interaction between Seton Hall local and international students. Navigation through a different culture and environment can be challenging. With your participation in this program, we are certain to provide a friendly campus where international students can feel comfortable, welcome and included. Our hope is that you, as a Social Mentor, will be able to provide information and resources, and that together, we will identify the needs of our international student population. Our mentors and mentees will have an opportunity to connect and communicate at our monthly meeting with the goal of integrating international students into campus life. We are asking that you attend at least one event, every two weeks, with your mentee. Our next monthly meeting will take place Wednesday, November 14, 2012 in the evening. If you are interested, please send an e-mail to rosario.reyes-urbina@shu.edu . Please also remember that many of our international students will not be able to go home for Thanksgiving, if you and your family would like to host an international student for Thanksgiving dinner, please indicate this in your e-mail. Rosario Reyes Associate Dean for Community Development and Student Activities Maria Bouzas Director of International Programs
KDP & the College of Education & Human Services invite our Xi Gamma members to our Annual Holiday Dinner Celebration. Please RSVP by Monday, December 3rd either by phone at 973-761-9661 and leave your full name, contact number and e-mail address or via e-mail at kdpxigamma@gmail.com. Fee: Simply bring 1 or 2 items for the Center of Great Expectations Mommy & Me Program from the following list: Diaper bags, size 3 & 4 diapers, crib sheets, hooded towels, bibs, boopy seat covers, c&d batteries and/or play mats. Thank you in advance for your generosity. 5 Honor Stole Points for Attendance and 1 item; 10 points for attendance and 2 items.