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​The Undergraduate Admissions Office will begin Summer Campus visits starting on June 1 and running through July 31.   As you may know the Academic Appointment is a part of the campus visit.  During the summer months our staff will call academic departments for student appointments beginning at 11:30.  The 11:30 appointment will replace the standard 2:00 appointment that is schedule during the school year.   Summer Campus visits will begin at 9:30 in the Admissions Office.  If you know of a student who is interested in visiting ESU, have them call our office at 620-341-5465 or sign up online at http://www.emporia.edu/admissions/visitform.html to attend a visit.

ESU Undergraduate Admissions Office
  

The School of Library and Information Management has the following toner cartridges for desktop printers we are no longer using:

 

Model: HP1300, cartridge 2613 (1)

Model: Dell M5200/5300, cartridge 5200/5300 (4)

Model: HP 4250/4350; cartridge 5942 (1)

Model: HP 4100/ 4101; cartridge 8061 (1)

Model HP 1200/1220/330/3380; cartridge 7115 (1)

Model: Cannon ??; cartridge 5-PGBK, PGI-5BK (4); cartridge 5-BK, CLI8BK (4); 8-M, CLI-8M (2); 8Y, CLI-8M (2); 8C, CLI-8C (2)

 

The cartridges will be given away on a first come, first served basis.  Please contact Debbie Rittgers at extension 5203 or at drittger.emporia.edu if you are interested in any of these cartridges.

School of Library and Information Management
  

It's that time again! Do you have event dates that you want included in the 2015-2016 planner for your department or RSO?​

Please send them to asgvp@emporia.edu by June 24th!

Associated Student Government
  

If you are interested in serving as a student representative on a Campus Wide Committee or would like more information please contact asgpres@emporia.edu

Committees: Affirmative Action Advisory Council, Athletic Advisory Board, Copyright Committee, Council on Teacher Education, Curriculum Review Panel, Disability Services, Advisory Council, General Education Council, Memorial Union Board of Directors, Parking Committee, Performing Arts Board, Residency Committee, Special Events Board, Student Media Board, Undergraduate Academic Advising, University Master Plan Committee, Visual Arts Board, Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, & Creative Activities

Associated Student Government
  

You are invited to Peterson Planetarium for our NASA historical series on U.S. manned space exploration. 

The show is "Time for Apollo" and is a tribute to all of the historical achievements of the Apollo missions. Afterwards rock specimens similar to what they picked up from the moon will be shown. Maps of the moon will also be displayed to give a good overall picture of where the astronauts landed on the moon.​

The series is Thursday June 4th, 2015 at 6:30-7:45pm. The planetarium is located in Science Hall, room 031. This event is free, but seating is limited. Call 620-341-5636 for a reservation

Susie Aber
  

If you would like to apply as a summer lifeguard, you must already be Red Cross certified in CPR, First Aid, and Lifeguarding. Duties of the lifeguards include monitoring and enforcing pool rules and policies. Keep facility clean and organized. Learn and retain facility's emergency action plan, and how to engage it. Perform life saving duties when needed.

If interested, apply online through the Emporia on-campus part time jobs site. Any questions can be directed to jthayer1@emporia.edu

Student Recreation Center
  

TOMORROW – FRIDAY, JUNE 5TH FROM 12:45 TO 1:45 IN THE SAUDER ALUMNI CENTER

Experts who specialize in knowing the tactics and schemes of fraudsters and scammers will present  information about financial and investment fraud and answer questions. 

The workshop is an Answers for Older Kansans (AOK) event sponsored by the North Central-Flint Hills Area Agency on Aging in cooperation with the Kansas Office of the Securities Commissioner, Emporia State University's Alumni Association and the Lyon County Council on Aging.  There is no cost to attend the workshop. Advance registration is advised. Call 1-800-432-2703 to reserve your place.

"World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is June 15th and certainly the schemes of financial and investment fraudsters are forms of elder abuse," Julie Govert Walter, Executive Director of the North Central-Flint Hills Area Agency on Aging, said. "Older Americans are the top targets for fraud schemes that happen throughout our country and right here in the Kansas heartland. The Kansas Securities Commissioner's staff are real experts--they'll provide the latest information about financial and investment fraud and what you need to know to protect yourself and loved ones--and will answer questions, too," Walter said.

Call the Area Agency on Aging toll free at 800-432-2703 or 785-776-9294 in order to reserve or receive printed workshop materials. Or e-mail Cindy Brake at cindyB@ncfhaaa.com

Emporia State Alumni Association
  

For the past 20 years, school librarians, as well as other educators and public librarians, have looked to the Kansas Summer Institute for School Librarians to provide innovative materials and instructional strategies that effectively and efficiently catapult them into a new school year. This summer, June 10-11, 2015, will be no exception.  The Institute theme is Transforming School Library Services to Children and Youth. Sessions will be led by local and regional library leaders and two special guest speakers.

Beth Patin will share her personal experience as a school librarian when her school was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and she was inspired to transform her own thinking and teaching about equity of information, building cultural competencies from multicultural literature for youth, and the roles libraries and librarians can play in disasters. Ms. Patin is a professional school librarian; lecturer and doctoral candidate at the University of Washington's Information School; and, a member of the Laura Bush Foundation for America's Libraries advisory board.

Candace Fleming knows what it means to celebrate and honor achievement. She, too, will lead in celebration of this 20th Institute year.  Ms. Fleming awarded herself the Newbery Medal in fifth grade after scraping the gold sticker off the class copy of The Witch of Blackbird Pond and pasting it onto her first novel—a ten-page, ten-chapter mystery called Who Done It? She's been collecting awards (her own, not Elizabeth George Speare's) ever since. Today, she is the versatile and acclaimed author of more than twenty books for children, including the Boston Globe/Horn Book Award-winning biography, The Lincolns; the bestselling picture book, Muncha! Muncha! Muncha!; and, the beloved Boxes for Katje.

Pre-service and in-service educators and paraprofessionals, public librarians, ESU faculty, and other interested individuals are invited to attend. Details about time, location, and registration ($130) are available at http://www.emporia.edu/calendar/june-10-11-2015-kansas-summer-institute-for-school-librarians  For more information, please contact Mirah Dow, Professor, School of Library and Information Management, Emporia State University.  mdow@emporia.edu

June 10-11, 2015, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Doors open at 8:30 a.m.)

Location:  ESU, The Teachers College, Room 118​

School of Library and Information Management
  

June 15-20th, 2015

Join Us For a Unique, Week-Long Fitness Experience!

10 workouts ~ a different workout every session ~

All participants receive ~ goodie bag ~ t-shirt ~ healthy afterparty ~ workout books ~ recipe books

Register Online! www.strongemporia.com

Questions? Contact Erin Blocker: eblocker@emporia.edu

  

20th annual Kansas Summer Institute for School Librarians

For the past 20 years, school librarians, as well as other educators and public librarians, have looked to the Kansas Summer Institute for School Librarians to provide innovative materials and instructional strategies that effectively and efficiently catapult them into a new school year. This summer, June 10-11, 2015, will be no exception.  The Institute theme is Transforming School Library Services to Children and Youth. Sessions will be led by local and regional library leaders and two special guest speakers.

Beth Patin will share her personal experience as a school librarian when her school was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and she was inspired to transform her own thinking and teaching about equity of information, building cultural competencies from multicultural literature for youth, and the roles libraries and librarians can play in disasters. Ms. Patin is a professional school librarian; lecturer and doctoral candidate at the University of Washington's Information School; and, a member of the Laura Bush Foundation for America's Libraries advisory board.

Candace Fleming knows what it means to celebrate and honor achievement. She, too, will lead in celebration of this 20th Institute year.  Ms. Fleming awarded herself the Newbery Medal in fifth grade after scraping the gold sticker off the class copy of The Witch of Blackbird Pond and pasting it onto her first novel—a ten-page, ten-chapter mystery called Who Done It? She's been collecting awards (her own, not Elizabeth George Speare's) ever since. Today, she is the versatile and acclaimed author of more than twenty books for children, including the Boston Globe/Horn Book Award-winning biography, The Lincolns; the bestselling picture book, Muncha! Muncha! Muncha!; and, the beloved Boxes for Katje.

Pre-service and in-service educators and paraprofessionals, public librarians, ESU faculty, and other interested individuals are invited to attend. Details about time, location, and registration ($130) are available at http://www.emporia.edu/calendar/june-10-11-2015-kansas-summer-institute-for-school-librarians  For more information, please contact Mirah Dow, Professor, School of Library and Information Management, Emporia State University.  mdow@emporia.edu

June 10-11, 2015, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Doors open at 8:30 a.m.)

Location:  ESU, The Teachers College, Room 118

School of Library and Information Management
  

If you are interested in serving as a student representative on a Campus Wide Committee or would like more information please contact asgpres@emporia.edu

Committees: Affirmative Action Advisory Council, Athletic Advisory Board, Budge & Tuition Development, Copyright Committee, Council on Teacher Education, Curriculum Review Panel, Disability Services Advisory Council, Diversity Education Committee, Memorial Union Board of Directors, Parking Committee, Performing Arts Board, Residency Committee, Special Events Board, Student Media Board, Undergraduate Academic Advising, Undergraduate Research Scholarship and Academic Committee, University Master Plan Committee, Visual Arts Board

Posted by Associated Student Government​
  

You are invited to Peterson Planetarium for our NASA historical series on U.S. manned space exploration.

This is the last show for the history series until August 20th  Be sure to be there!

The shows are "The First 40 Days" and "The Second Manned Mission". These shows detail the beginnings of america's first space station in orbit!​

The series is Thursday June 11th, 2015 at 6:30-7:45pm. The planetarium is located in Science Hall, room 031. This event is free, but seating is limited. Call 620-341-5636 for a reservation

Susie Aber
  

It's that time again! Do you have event dates that you want included in the 2015-2016 planner for your department or RSO?

Please send them to asgvp@emporia.edu by June 24th!

Associated Student Government
  

​IT will be performing system maintenance beginning at 4:00 AM on the website www.sky.emporia.edu.  The website will be temporarily unavailable during this time.  All work is expected to be complete by 5:00 AM.  We appreciate your patience while we complete this necessary maintenance.  Questions may be directed to the IT Help Desk at 341-5555.​

Information Technology
  

If you are interested in serving as a student representative on a Campus Wide Committee or would like more information please contact asgpres@emporia.edu

Committees: Affirmative Action Advisory Council, Athletic Advisory Board, Budge & Tuition Development, Curriculum Review Panel, Disability Services Advisory Council, Diversity Education Committee, Memorial Union Board of Directors, Parking Committee, Performing Arts Board, Residency Committee, Special Events Board, Student Media Board, Undergraduate Academic Advising, Visual Arts Board

Associated Student Government
  

It's that time again! Do you have event dates that you want included in the 2015-2016 planner for your department or RSO?​

Please send them to asgvp@emporia.edu by June 24th!

Associated Student Government
  

​Free Robotics Camp! Students between grade levels 4 and 8 are invited to attend a one-day robotics camp on Thursday, June 18. The camp will be held in the Visser Hall Atirum from 12:30-3:00 pm. There is limited capacity for the first 50 to sign up. For any questions or to sign up please contact either Katy Eylar (keylar@g.emporia.edu /913-709-8688) or Janet Schneider (jschneid@emporia.edu/620-341-5829).​

STEM Makes Academic Success Happen (SMASH)
  

You are invited to Peterson Planetarium for our NASA historical series on U.S. manned space exploration.

This is the last show for the history series until August 20th  Be sure to be there!

The shows are "The First 40 Days" and "The Second Manned Mission". These shows detail the beginnings of america's first space station in orbit!​

The series is Thursday June 11th, 2015 at 6:30-7:45pm. The planetarium is located in Science Hall, room 031. This event is free, but seating is limited. Call 620-341-5636 for a reservation.

Susie Aber
  

For the past 20 years, school librarians, as well as other educators and public librarians, have looked to the Kansas Summer Institute for School Librarians to provide innovative materials and instructional strategies that effectively and efficiently catapult them into a new school year. This summer, June 10-11, 2015, will be no exception.  The Institute theme is Transforming School Library Services to Children and Youth. Sessions will be led by local and regional library leaders and two special guest speakers.

Beth Patin will share her personal experience as a school librarian when her school was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and she was inspired to transform her own thinking and teaching about equity of information, building cultural competencies from multicultural literature for youth, and the roles libraries and librarians can play in disasters. Ms. Patin is a professional school librarian; lecturer and doctoral candidate at the University of Washington's Information School; and, a member of the Laura Bush Foundation for America's Libraries advisory board.

Candace Fleming knows what it means to celebrate and honor achievement. She, too, will lead in celebration of this 20th Institute year.  Ms. Fleming awarded herself the Newbery Medal in fifth grade after scraping the gold sticker off the class copy of The Witch of Blackbird Pond and pasting it onto her first novel—a ten-page, ten-chapter mystery called Who Done It? She's been collecting awards (her own, not Elizabeth George Speare's) ever since. Today, she is the versatile and acclaimed author of more than twenty books for children, including the Boston Globe/Horn Book Award-winning biography, The Lincolns; the bestselling picture book, Muncha! Muncha! Muncha!; and, the beloved Boxes for Katje.

Pre-service and in-service educators and paraprofessionals, public librarians, ESU faculty, and other interested individuals are invited to attend. Details about time, location, and registration ($130) are available at http://www.emporia.edu/calendar/june-10-11-2015-kansas-summer-institute-for-school-librarians  For more information, please contact Mirah Dow, Professor, School of Library and Information Management, Emporia State University.  mdow@emporia.edu

June 10-11, 2015, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Doors open at 8:30 a.m.)​

Location:  ESU, The Teachers College, Room 118

School of Library and Information Management 
  

This Sunday, June 14th, at 2 pm, Marcia Lawrence will present: "Franklin Gilson: Emporia's Professor of Pageantry" at Red Rocks State Historic Site—the home of legendary journalist William Allen White, 927 Exchange St. The program is free but donations in support of the site are always welcomed.

Gilson is credited with starting the ESU Theatre Department. An ESU (then Kansas State Normal) professor, he organized the Gilson Players in 1915 which toured the state.​

So, attend the ESU Summer Theatre Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday: "Let's Murder Marcia," and then come hear Marcia's program on the Porch on Sunday!

Kathie Buckman, Director, Central KS MLS Program, School of Library and Information Management
  

​Emporia State University Summer Theatre opens its 61st season today with "Let's Murder Marsha", a fast-paced, hilarious farce by Monk Ferris. "Let's Murder Marsha" plays today through Saturday at 7:30 pm in the Karl C. Bruner theatre. For tickets or more information, call the box office at 620-341-6378.​

Theatre Department
  

You are invited to Peterson Planetarium for our NASA historical series on U.S. manned space exploration.

This is the last show for the history series until August 20th Be sure to be there!

The shows are "The First 40 Days" and "The Second Manned Mission". These shows detail the beginnings of america's first space station in orbit!

The series is Thursday June 11th, 2015 at 6:30-7:45pm. The planetarium is located in Science Hall, room 031. This event is free, but seating is limited. Call 620-341-5636 for a reservation.

Susie Aber
  

It's that time again! Do you have event dates that you want included in the 2015-2016 planner for your department or RSO?

Please send them to asgvp@emporia.edu by June 24th!

Associated Student Government
  

​Students between grade levels 4 and 8 are invited to attend a one-day robotics camp on Friday, June 19. The camp will be held in the Visser Hall Atirum from 9:30 am-12:00 pm. There is limited capacity for the first 50 to sign up. For any questions or to sign up please contact either Katy Eylar (keylar@g.emporia.edu/913-709-8688) or Janet Schneider (jschneid@emporia.edu/620-341-5829).​

STEM Makes Academic Success Happen (SMASH)
  

Office of International Education is looking for anyone who is interested in being a conversational partner with international students this summer.

ESU has hosted the International Summer Program since 2003. We welcome students for an educational and a recreational program aimed at preparing students for a successful college career and a unique cultural experience in the heart of America.

For more information about the program, please go to http://www.emporia.edu/oie/international-summer-program/

There will be approximately 30 international students coming to Emporia this summer, mainly from Japan. We just need 5 more volunteers who are willing to spare 1 hour each week. All you need to do is just to have some informal conversation with students once a week and encourage them to practice English during their stay in Emporia.

The students will arrive on June 19th, and the partners are invited for the social gathering on Saturday, June 20th. The students will be leaving Emporia on July 31st.

If you are interested, please read the introduction on the webpage below and complete the information form.

http://www.emporia.edu/oie/international-summer-program/conversation-partners-friendship-families.html

The deadline to sign up for the conversation partner program is Friday, June 12th.

If you have any questions, please contact Yukii Hoshino (yhoshino@emporia.edu) or stop by the Office of International Education.​

the International Summer Program Operation, the Office of International Education
  

If you are interested in serving as a student representative on a Campus Wide Committee or would like more information please contact asgpres@emporia.edu

Committees: Affirmative Action Advisory Council, Athletic Advisory Board, Budge & Tuition Development, Curriculum Review Panel, Disability Services Advisory Council, Diversity Education Committee, Memorial Union Board of Directors, Parking Committee, Performing Arts Board, Residency Committee, Special Events Board, Student Media Board, Undergraduate Academic Advising, Visual Arts Board​

Associated Student Government
  

It's that time again! Do you have event dates that you want included in the 2015-2016 planner for your department or RSO?

Please send them to asgvp@emporia.edu by June 24th!​

Associated Student Government
  

​The Student Recreation Center is excited to announce that the wait is over and the pool will now be open Monday through Friday from 12 PM to 5 PM! The indoor Recreation amenities are located in the HPER building. For more information please visit www.emporia.edu/recsport/facilities.​

Student Recreation Center
  

​Emporia State University Summer Theatre presents "Let's Murder Marsha", a fast-paced, hilarious farce by Monk Ferris. "Let's Murder Marsha" plays through Saturday at 7:30 pm in the Karl C. Bruder theatre. For tickets or more information, call the box office at 620-341-6378.​

ESU Summer Theatre
  

​The University Libraries and Archives has several sections of cubicle partitions and shelving units that we are no longer using.  The cubicle partitions and shelving units will be given away on a first come, first served basis.  If you are interested please contact the Dean's office at 620-341-5040 by June 19, 2015.  Click on the link for a picture : http://www.emporia.edu/libsv/cubiclepartitions.html?com.dotmarketing.htmlpage.language=1&host_id=ae1e4ea5-ce21-4bb3-ba78-ffaabb1493ac

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