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New Discriminatory Acts PolicySeptember 25
The new Discriminatory Acts Policy (formerly known as the Bias Incident Policy) went into effect on September 25, 2018.
National Science Foundation Fellowship Information SessionSeptember 20
Thursday, Sept. 20 – IDC 114 – 12:00-1:00 PM
The NSF Fellowship is a premier national fellowship for undergraduate seniors planning on graduate study leading to research-based master’s or doctoral degrees in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), including quantitative social science. For winners in 2018, the fellowship offered a stipend of $34,000 per year (plus $12,000 per year to the graduate institution) for three years.
Recent Ursinus student NSF winners include:
Jenna Pellegrino (’17)
Jake Hollingsworth (’16)
Aubrey Paris (’15)
For more information, contact Kelly Sorensen (email@example.com).
Lunch and Learn recording is readySeptember 14
The recorded LIT Lunch and Learn on Safeguarding Your Information is now available on the Professional Development with LIT webpage under LIT Lunch and Learns.
AED “Chirping” SoundSeptember 13
AEDs (automated external defibrillators) located in most buildings on campus may emit “chirping” sounds. The “chirps” indicate a problem with the unit such as the need for a battery replacement or a failure internally. Please review the description of the “chirps” below and view the instructional video here.
The Philips AEDs perform an automatic self-test every day and a battery insertion self-test run whenever a battery is installed in the device. On occasion, the unit may emit a “chirp” or a series of “3 chirps:
- If the unit emits a series of single “chirps”, a battery or pads may need to be replaced.
- If the unit emits a series of triple “chirps”, an internal error has been detected and the unit may not function properly.
Contact Campus Safety at 610-409-3333 immediately if an AED is “chirping”. If you have any questions, contact Carol McMillin at 610-409-3221.
Funding for Student ResearchSeptember 12
Ursinus wants students to have every opportunity to pursue a great idea, so we set aside funds specifically for student research and creativity. You can apply for up to $400 per year for supplies for research and/or a creative project. See the Research Funding and Resources website, and contact Kelly Sorensen for more information.