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Corn Hole Boards Raffle from Brianna Baker Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 7/9/2020 10:22:15 AM

Corn Hole Boards Raffle! Stop by Brianna Baker's office if interested. Thank you for your support! 

 

Energy Curtailment today from Shelley Campbell Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 7/9/2020 9:00:00 AM

Dear Campus Community,

 
Please note that the college will be participating in an energy curtailment today from 3 PM to 6 PM.
 
Thank you in advance for your cooperation as this practice has proved to be beneficial.
 
Shelley
Abatement scheduled for Friday, July 10, 2020 in Basement of Administration Bldg. from Gerry Rubritz Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 7/9/2020 7:32:31 AM
 
Dear MAC Community,
 
The College has scheduled the abatement of flooring to be performed in room 27 in the Administration Bldg. on Friday July 10, 2020. RL Abatement will perform the work. All work areas will be sealed off from use and all removal procedures will be followed as required by the State Department of Labor and Industry. Final air clearances will be performed verifying that all hazardous materials have been removed as required.
 
 
Staff Council Elections from Sarah Klawinski Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 7/9/2020 7:29:21 AM
 
Staff Council is preparing for an election for its 2020-2021 Executive Board.  The purpose of this election is to replace members who are serving one year terms.  (Those who are currently fulfilling a one year term may run a second time).  To serve on the Staff Council Executive Board, you must be a full-time staff member who has had no disciplinary action in the past year.
 
If you are interested, please submit your name to staffcouncil@mtaloy.edu by Wednesday, July 22nd. 
 
 
Condolences from Brianna Baker - Mission & Ministry Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 7/6/2020 9:05:56 AM
 
Please keep the family of Denise Gilkey in your prayers. She passed away last week. She was the sister of Robin Omasta and sister-in-law of Doug Gawel.  
 

 
Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her.  
May her soul and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace, Amen.  
Accessing the Staff Council Suggestion Form from Sarah Klawinski Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 6/29/2020 10:24:21 AM
 
Reminder: Staff Members may access the Staff Council Suggestion Form through the Portal page.  It's located under "MAC Committees and Councils" in the right-hand column, under "Staff Council."  
 
For quick reference, here is a link: https://forms.gle/HJ3TUkdPM5LHq8XJA
 
 
MAC Alumni/Homecoming Weekend 2020 from IA/Alumni Affairs Chris Koren & Student Activities Sarah Klawinski Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 6/29/2020 10:23:19 AM
 
The IA/Alumni Affairs and Student Activities teams at MAC are excited to announce the dates of this year’s Alumni and Homecoming Weekend:  October 9-11, 2020.

Get ready for a weekend full of exciting events and programming including a combination of in-person and virtual events to meet COVID-19 safety guidelines.  If you have any suggestions or ideas, please email alumni@mtaloy.edu today.  Please keep an eye out for emails from Chris and Sarah...we will be looking for faculty, staff, and student weekend ambassadors to help host events! 

Thanks,
Chris Koren- IA/Alumni Affairs
Sarah Klawinski - Student Activities 
 
 
President's Advisory Board for Multicultural Affairs from Chris Koren Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 6/26/2020 11:44:52 AM
 
We are thrilled to officially announce the formation of the President's Advisory Board for Multicultural Affairs.

First, we would like to thank all of the Mount Aloysius College employees and students over the years who have led different programs and services in support of multicultural inclusion on our campus. To see the expertise and knowledge of our community over the years made manifest in this series of thoughtful messages gives all of us a sense of deep optimism about our ability to do transformative work in this critically important area.

Secondly, near the end of his term as President, Dr. Mills made a commitment to fund the programs and services for this upcoming year.  He recognized that it was going to be a visible institutional priority.  His goal was to create a committee comprising individuals whose experience and expertise would ensure that a wide range of perspectives was brought together on the work of advancing diversity and inclusion at our institution.

The group's key charges will be to develop partnerships with experts and practitioners in our community as well as focus on systemic and global issues.  
Please feel free to contact us by email!  Multiculturalaffairs@mtaloy.edu
 
Update: Faculty/Staff Annual Fund Challenge 2020-2021 from Institutional Advancement - Chris Koren Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 6/26/2020 10:50:14 AM

 

Greetings, Mounties,

We have exciting news!   As the Annual Fund Faculty and Staff Committee, we set a goal last fall to raise $25,000 with 50% participation this fiscal year for the Mount Aloysius Annual Fund ~ Supporting Student Success campaign.  We are pleased to share that we met the $25,000 goal, and achieved 49% participation.  

By reaching the $25,000 goal, College Trustee Mark Barnhart, CEO of NPC, Inc., has matched out contributions! We are so grateful for Mark's generosity.  This is simply great news for the College and our students.  Thank you, Mark!

Thanks as well to the many faculty and staff who contributed to the Mount Aloysius Annual Fund ~ Supporting Student Success campaign.  Together with 100% participation by the Board of Trustees, we are making great things happen at Mount Aloysius.  

Again, thank you all, and we hope to celebrate in person sometime in the fall.  


The Faculty & Staff Annual Fund Committee
Chris Lovett, Co-Chair
Chris Mingyar, Co-Chair
Kathleen Hoyne
Jenna Weyandt
 
 
Student Research Symposium from Dr. Patricia Ireland Shelley A CampbellShow MyInfo popup for Shelley A Campbell 6/18/2020 4:52:08 PM
Virtual Spring Student Research Symposium 
 
Due to the restrictions created by the COVID-19 pandemic, we were not able to hold MAC's annual research symposium. Consequently, a google site was put together to showcase some student work. The student research committee would like to share the following site: https://sites.google.com/mtaloy.edu/mac-student-research-symposium/home  Entries from the Health Sciences and Sciences and are shown. Categories not shown did not contain any entries. 
Attention Students! A New Art Course Added for Fall from Dr. Chris Lovett Shelley A CampbellShow MyInfo popup for Shelley A Campbell 6/18/2020 4:51:09 PM
Attention Students!
 
ART 120 - History of American Crafts has been added to the fall schedule.  It is Monday and Wednesday from 11:00 a.m. to 12:!5 p.m.
 
This survey course traces the development of American crafts from the late 19th century beginning with the Arts and Crafts Movement in England and touches upon the major international craft/art movements of the 20th century and how they impacted the fabrication of American craft objects.  Emphasis is placed on the relationship among period stylistic trends in craft, the arts, architecture, and larger societal/multicultural  influences.  This course fulfills the Cultural Diversity requirement.
 

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Christopher M. Lovett, Ph.D.
Registrar & Director of the Center for Student Success
Coordinator of Institutional Effectiveness

Mount Aloysius College
7373 Admiral Peary Highway
Cresson, PA 16630
(814) 886-6492
(814) 886-2750 - Fax

Campus Announcement regarding Petty Cash from Business Office - Ann Booterbaugh Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 6/18/2020 10:50:03 AM
 
Campus Announcement regarding Petty Cash from Business Office
 
Please turn in all Petty Cash reimbursement requests by July 10, 2020.  This includes departments with their own petty cash and also anyone wishing to get reimbursed through the Business Office Petty Cash.  Please note that ALL Petty Cash Funds must be reconciled for June 30 even if you are not in need of replenishing the funds, due to audit requirements for fiscal year end.
 
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Business Office.
 
Thank you for your cooperation.
 
Business Office
Mission & Ministry has candy bars for sale from Brianna Baker Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 6/16/2020 11:18:53 AM

Need to fulfill your chocolate craving?? Mission and Ministry has candy bars for sale in Brianna Baker's office! (Chocolates were left over from the spring service trip fundraising that was stopped.) All proceeds will benefit students for trips or retreats for this coming year! If no one is in her office just leave your money in the envelope! Thank you. 

Virtual Counseling Session with TIAA Representative from Cheryl Skelly Linda A LeaheyShow MyInfo popup for Linda A Leahey 5/11/2020 11:21:03 AM

 

Employees:

 
Would you like a chance to talk to a TIAA Representative about your retirement account?  You can do so by scheduling a meeting to be conducted virtually or by phone.  The flyer posted on the MAC bulletin board has an embedded link that you can simply click on and self-schedule a date and time that works best for you.  The appointment will be with a financial consultant in the Pittsburgh, State College or Philadelphia offices.