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The Arcadia University Alumni eNewsletter  | August 15, 2013

Reconnect with Arcadia and Enter to Win an iPad 2

iPad 2Use the last days of summer to help find your lost classmates and you could win an iPad 2 plus a $50 Apple gift card from the Office of Alumni Relations.

There are three ways to enter:

1. Update your contact information using our online form.
2. Encourage a lost classmate to complete the update form and have them list you as a referral.
3. Be a member of the class which finds the most lost alumni. Each member of this class will be entered to win.

This contest will run through the last 37 days of summer. The winner will be chosen on September 23 and notified by email later that week.

Just Announced: 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame

Arcadia Athletics Arcadia University Athletics is proud to announce the 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame class. This year's class includes Gene Camm '93, Tom Carlin '99, Diane Dean Myers '51, Cynthia McKelvy Mattson '52 and Virginia Junkin Walls '38 (posthumously). These five individuals will be the sixth induction class for the Hall of Fame. They will be inducted as part of Homecoming/Family Weekend on Saturday, October 12.

"We are extremely excited to induct the sixth class into the Athletics Hall of Fame," said Director of Athletics Brian Granata. "The induction ceremony is always a special event on our campus. It allows us the opportunity to honor deserving individuals for their accomplishments during their time at Beaver College/Arcadia University and in their personal and professional lives beyond the university. Gene, Tom, Diane, Cynthia and Virginia are certainly deserving of this tremendous honor." Read more and learn about this year's inductees.

Nobel Laureate Dr. Michael S. Brown to Present ‘How to Win a Nobel Prize’ on Sept. 10

Michael BrownNobel Laureate Dr. Michael S. Brown will present on “How to Win a Nobel Prize” at Arcadia University on Tuesday, September 10. Dr. Brown’s presentation will focus on the importance and practical implications of evidence based basic and clinical research in medicine.

Scheduled for 7 p.m. in the University Commons Great Room (450 S. Easton Road, Glenside), the lecture is free and open to the public. Read more.

Photo: Dr. Michael Brown (left) and Dr. Joseph Goldstein congratulate each other on their winning the 1985 Nobel Prize for Medicine. (Copyright Bettmann/Corbis/AP Images)

Christopher Thomas ’94 to Present Gallery Talk

Thomas Gallery DetailArcadia University Commons Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of paintings on paper by 1994 Arcadia graduate Christopher Thomas. The exhibition, which remains on view through August 30, is the second in an annual series featuring the work of active graduates of Arcadia's
Department of Art and Design. Read more about the exhibition.

Thomas will present a gallery talk on Wednesday, August 29 at 4:30 p.m. in the Commons Great Room.

Photo: Christopher Thomas, Giomo (detail), 2010, ink on paper, 80" x 90"

Highlights from the Campus 'Bulletin'

Michelle Reale ’99M Publishes Book on Mentoring

Michelle RealeMost academic libraries could not operate without a host of part-time student workers. But employing students is different from filling a professional position with an experienced worker; often their library employment will be their first job experience.

Since many student positions make them the public face of the library, effective mentoring of such student employees is vital.

Mentoring & Managing Students in the Academic Library, published by ALA Editions, explores the challenges and opportunities involved in recruitment. In this guide, Michelle Reale:

• Shows how a library job can be more than just employment, teaching students important responsibilities and life-skills;
• Covers the entire scope of a student’s tenure at an academic library, from bringing new hires on board and training them to disciplining student employees and the unpleasant but sometimes necessary task of firing;
• Offers mentoring advice for helping students navigate the cultural contrasts, irregular hours, and other day-to-day issues faced by young people away from home for the first time.

Michelle is the Access Services and Outreach Librarian at Landman Library at Arcadia University.

Alumni are Invited to Use Blankley Alumni Hall

Our House is Your House - visit Blankley Alumni House and tour campusAre you traveling near campus and need a place to relax? Are you looking for a place to hold a meeting? Do you need use of a computer or a printer? Consider using Blankley Alumni Hall.

We welcome you to use the Alumni House for your personal needs. Give us a call at 215-572-2160 or email alumni@arcadia.edu to let us know you’d like to drop in for a bit. If you need the use of our conference room, please call in advance to schedule a time. We look forward to seeing you at your Alumni House!

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