All events are FREE and open to the public. Light refreshments are served at each event.
Portrayal of Women in the Media
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
In the Ford Atrium, McComsey Hall on MUs campus
Facilitated by Dr. Karen Rice of the Social Work Department
Looking Beyond Media Descriptions of our "Neighbors"
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Rm 18 in the SMC (Student Memorial Center) on MUs campus
Facilitated by Dr. Timothy Shea
Men Can STOP Rape and Domestic Violence
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
In the Ford Atrium, McComsey Hall MU campus
Facilitated by Chief Pete Anders
November 14, 2012, 5-6:15pm, Reflect & Connect serise will cover the importance of early literacy. Millersville University Library Student Advisory Board (LSAB) will facilitate the discussion using Literacy 8-12 months: What are babies learning? By Laurie Maken, Early Years, 26:3, October 2006, pp.267-277. This event is FREE and open to the Public, and is located in the Ford Atrium of McComsey Hall. Light refreshments will be served. The Literature can be found on our get involved page, https://involved.millersville.edu/organization/publicscholarshipandsocialchange/documentlibrary.
October 18, 2012, 8:30pm, Lecture By David M. Kennedy
Don’t Shoot: Violence, Prison, Race, and Common Ground will be held in the SMC, MPR
David M. Kennedy, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York, will discuss why a focused deterrence strategy can
reduce inner city violent crime and the importance of addressing racial issues embedded in the traditional approaches to violent and drug
related crime in his lecture entitled, Don’t Shoot: Violence, Prison, Race, and Common Ground.
O October 10, 2012, 5-6:15pm, Reflect & Connect serise, will cover Meida Influene. Dr. Caleb Corkery will facilitate the discussion using The Infling
Machine. Light Refereshmetns will be served. This Event is FREE and located in the Ford Atrium of McComsey Hall.
September 19, 2012, 5-6:15pm, Reflect & Connect serise, will cover Civil Discourse. Dr. Gregory Paul will facilitate the discussion using What Makes a Successful Place, by PPS Project for Public Spaces. The reading can be found at http://www.pps.org/reference/grplacefeat/. Light refreshments will be served. This event is FREE and located in the Ford Atrium of McComsey Hall.
April 18, 2012, 5-6:15 p.m., Reflect & Connect Series will cover global rights and human rights. Dr. Tim Shea from the English Department will facilitate a discussion using two short films from Stories of Human Rights, called Impasse by Bram Schouw and What About Me? This film and others are available on YouTube. Light refreshments will be served.
March 21, 2012, 5-6:15 p.m., Reflect & Connect Series will cover women's rights; Dr. Karen Rice from the Department of Social Work will be the facilitator. Light refreshments will be served. The literature can be downloaded now: Out of Body Image and Girl Hate.
February 22, 5-6:15 p.m., the Reflect & Connect series will host a session covering volunteering and health & wellness. Circle K will facilitate. Light refreshments will be served. The literature can be picked up at Huntingdon House, or you can download them now: "Volunteering does a body good" and "Volunteer finds place in her heart for animals"
November 14, 2011, Reflect & Connect Series, 5-6:30 p.m. in SMC 24
November 2, 2011, Engaged Scholars Spring Symposium
Engaged Scholars Spring Symposium will feature a keynote speaker and presentation of the 2010-2011 Engaged Scholars projects.
For more information, please send an email to the Center for Public Scholarship.
October 26, 2011, Reflect & Connect Series, 5-6:30 p.m. in Ford Atrium (McComsey Hall)
Facilitator: Dr. Caleb Corkery
Select passages from Enrique’s Journey by Sonia Nazaria will be used. Download the reading or mark the following specific passages to read for the event:
- Beginning on p. 17: "Come home" Lourdes's own mother begs her on the telephone." Ending on p. 19: "I’ll be back next Christmas," she tells Enrique.
- Beginning on p. 53: "It is night. He is riding on a freight train." Ending on p. 55: "He recalls sleeping...."How will they know where I have died?"
- Beginning on p. 239: "Wednesday. The smuggler calls at 1 P.M...." Ending on p. 240: "Rosa Amalia lifts Jasmin onto the hood of her car. ....Adios, mami."
September 14, 2011, Reflect & Connect Series, 5-6:30 p.m. in Ford Atrium (McComsey Hall)
Facilitator: Dr. Gregory Paul, assistant professor in the Department of Communication and Theater
The reading for the event is "Our Civility Deficit" by Gregory Rodriquez. Download the reading.
April 20, 2011, Reflect & Connect Series
Facilitator: Ms. Gabi Kime and the Millersville University Circle-K Club
March, 23, 2011, Reflect & Connect Series
Facilitator: Dr. Timothy Shea, Department of English
February 16, 2011, Reflect & Connect Series
Facilitators: Mr. Joe Moore and the Millersville University chapter of the American Meteorological Society
November 10, 2010 at 6:30 pm, Reflect & Connect Series
Reading: "The Pleasures of Eating," by Wendell Barry
Facilitator: Dr. Carole Counihan, Department of Sociology/Anthropology
October 27, 2010, Reflect & Connect Series
Reading: Zen and the Art of Community Service will be centered on the chapter “Cleaning Kitchen is Cleaning Mind” from Instructions to the Cook: A Zen Master’s Lesson in Living a Life that Matters by Bernard Glassman and Rick Fields. Facilitators: Dr. Ken DeLucca, Professor of Technology Education at Millersville University & Dr. Edward “Sangetsu” Sullivan, Associate Professor of Economics & Finance at Lebanon Valley College and a Dharma Holder in the White Plum Lineage of Zen. Both facilitators are members of Lancaster’s Red Rose Sangha.
September 29, 2010 at 6 p.m., first session of Reflect & Connect Series
Reading: "Doing Good Badly" by Nancy Gibbs
Facilitator: Dr. Kirsten Bookmiller, Director of Global Education and Partnerships & Professor, Department of Government and Political Affairs
April, 2010, Reflect & Connect Series
Reading: "The Benefits for Cherishing Others," Geshe Kelshang Gyatso
Facilitator: Dr. James Bowman, Education Program Coordinator for Kalpa Bhadra Kadampa Buddhist Center
March, 2010, Reflect & Connect Series
Reading: "He Sits Down of the Floor for a School for the Retarded," Alden Nowlan
Facilitator: Dr. Tom Neuville, Department of Special Education
February, 2010, Reflect & Connect Series
Reading: "The Sweetness of Charity," Maya Angelou
Facilitator: Dr. Gregory Paul, Department of Communication
February 18, 2010, Engaged Scholars Workshop
This workshop addressed practicalities as how to generate and get community-based research and scholarship published. Featuring, Trisha Thorme, the Assistant Director for Community-Based Learning at Princeton University who presents nationally on community-based research and scholarship.
November, 2009, Reflect & Connect Series
Reading: "The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas," Ursula LeGuin
Facilitator: Dr. Barb Stengel, Department of Education
October, 2009, Reflect & Connect Series
Reading: "What We Don’t Talk About When We Don’t Talk About Service," Adam Davis
Facilitator: Tom Richardson, Department of Student Affairs
September, 2009, Reflect & Connect Series
Reading: "Theme for English B," Langston Hughes
Facilitator: Dr. Timothy Shea, Department of English
February 26, 2009, Faculty Forum
Forum to educate participants and discuss the current economic crisis, including stimulation packages and bailouts. Featuring Dr. Mike Gumpper, Millersville University’s Department of Economics; Dr. Ken Smith, Millersville University’s Department of Economics; and Eric Blazer, Millersville University’s Department of Business Administration. Forum precedes CCERP’s major Policy Conference: Sustaining an American Middle Class in a Globalized Economy.
Time and location: 5:30 p.m. in University Room in Gordinier
November 20-21, 2008, Community-Based Teaching and Learning Workshop
Workshop held for faculty to discover community-based teaching and learning for the first time or find out more about community-based teaching and learning. Featured Nadinne Cruz, an internationally respected speaker, author, and consultant of community-based education and distinguished scholar of service-learning.
November 19, 2008, Symposium
Symposium held for faculty and students to learn more about the Darfur conflict. Featuring Dr. Osman Suliman, Department of Economics, speaking on the research he conducted during his recent trip to the Sudan and Darfur on the political economy of the Darfur conflict.