This Week at Molloy
Friday, October 2
The Kellenberg Art Gallery is pleased to announce the current exhibition featuring Molloy College Alumni. Until December 11. Please join us in the Kellenberg Art Gallery located on the firt floor of Kellenberg Hall For more information, please visit our website www.molloy.edu/artgallery or call 516.323.3196.
Sunday, October 4
The Molloy College Communication Sciences and Disorders Department would like to invite you to again support us as we raise funds for Autism Speaks. This year's walk is on Sunday, October 4 at Jones Beach, Field 5. This is a great opportunity to support our staff and students as they provide resource information, engage in therapeutic activities with children and walk for a worthy cause. We hope to see you and your family there for a fun, educational and meaningful day! Please follow the link below to register for the team and/or to sponsor a walker on our team. We are looking forward to another great year and hope to continue our run as the Long Island Walk's College of Excellence. http://www.walknowforautismspeaks.org/faf/search/searchTeamPart.asp?ievent=1131933&lis=1&kntae1131933=B3D7578ABF2844D588A37FB5E624A637&team=6330140&tlteam=0 As a reminder, we like to meet for a group picture at 8:45 a.m., but the walk has a rolling start between 9 am and 1 pm.Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or comments.
Just a reminder, Sunday night mass will be at 8:30 p.m. in the Sacred Heart Chapel. All are welcome - bring your friends, your family, yourself. See you there. God bless. Fr. Jordan, OP.
Monday, October 5
What was it that motivated John Lewis and others who struggled to achieve equality for black Americans in the 1960s to continue, despite beatings and arrests? At 10 a.m. on Monday, October 5, we will be live streaming a presentation by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell, authors of March, this year's common reading selection. The three will be speaking about their graphic memoir of Lewis's experiences as a leader in civil rights; and we'll hear answers to the question above and others about the struggle for equality and about writing and illustrating this important story. (Due to space limitations only freshmen and FST teachers can be accommodated at the live presentation in the Madison Theatre.) Please join us in the Larini Room (PS, Second floor) from 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. to hear from an American hero. Note: There are a limited number of copies of March available in Siena 103. First come, first served.
Friday, October 9
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is pleased to be sponsoring a Complimentary Dysphagia Pot Luck Luncheon on October 9. This event is intended to increase community awareness of swallowing difficulties as well as providing assistance to those individuals in need. Please see the attached evite link below for further information. Feel free to share information about the luncheon with family and friends that may been interested in attending. http://evite.me/kqtGr5BmKV. Please click the link below and RSVP by Monday 10/5/15.
Do you love to be outdoors? Do you love the fall? Then you will love to join us on an Earth Based Retreat on the beautiful grounds of the Sisters of St. Dominic at Queen of the Rosary Motherhouse in Amityville, New York. Come and experience the presence of God in nature. WHEN: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9 from noon - 4:30PM - Lunch will be provided as well as transportation. COST: FREE. STOP BY THE CAMPUS MINISTRIES OFFICE AND SIGN-UP! SPACE IS LIMITED. Any questions, please contact Sister Diane at firstname.lastname@example.org or 323.3226.
Wednesday, October 21
The Office of Residence Life is every excited to be hosting the 5th annual Safe Halloween. On October 24, the residents of Fitzgerald Hall and Maria Regina Hall will be welcoming kindergarten children from local School Districts to go trick or treating on their doors from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. We would also like to invite members of the Molloy Community to bring their children/grandchildren as well. If you are interested please respond to this email by October 20th. I have also attached a flyer, please feel free to pass along the information to your friends and families! Since this is a free event, we are asking for donations of candy and/or Halloween decorations, in order to ensure that we are fully prepared and that our buildings look great! If you would like to donate candy and/or Halloween decorations please drop them off to the Office of Residence Life, located behind the Student Development Center, by Wednesday, October 21.
Molloy College Music Department Performance Schedule
- Wednesday, October 21, 3:30 pm, Larini Room (Public Square). Free - Hispanic Heritage Month Concert (Molloy College Sinfonietta)
- Monday, November 30, 5:00 pm, Madison Theatre. Free - Esther Lamneck, Guest Woodwind Artist from New York University
- Tuesday, December 1, 5:00 pm, Madison Theatre. Free- Vocal Studios Recital 1
- Tuesday, December 1, 7:00 pm, Madison Theatre. Free - Guitar Ensemble Recital
- Saturday, December 5, 7:00 pm, Madison Theatre. $10 - Holiday Concert (Jazz Ensemble and Concert Choir)
- Monday, December 7, 5:00 pm, Madison Theatre. Free - Vocal Studios Recital 2
- Wednesday, December 9, 5:00 pm, Madison Theatre. Free - Chamber Music and String Ensemble Recital
- Wednesday, December 9, 7:00 pm, Madison Theatre. Free - Percussion Ensemble Recital
- Monday, December 14, 5:00 pm, Madison Theatre. Free - Impressionism Concert (Molloy College Sinfonietta)
Wednesday, October 21
Cancer Care Program - Immunotherapy for Cancer: Can We Cure Ourselves? Wilbur Arts Center, Hays Theatre, RVC campusMolloy College, Division of Nursing, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center will be presenting the program from 6-8:30 p.m. This program will provide an overview of immunotherapy for cancer - how immunotherapy can stimulate the body's natural immune system to mobilize its own anticancer mechanisms to fight cancer. Specific focus will be on the new immunotherapies that have shown success in fighting melanoma, lung cancer and other cancers. Clinical trials on additional agents will also be presented. The speaker will be Michael Postow, MD, Assistant Attending, Melanoma and Immunotherapeutics Service, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. This program is offered at no charge and is open to the public. Everyone is welcome to attend, including healthcare professionals and students. Dinner is included. Although the conference and the dinner are offered at no charge, registration is required. Seating is limited and you should pre-register for the conference by October 14. For further information, and to register, visit the conference webpage or call the Division of Continuing Education at 516.323.3550 or email them at: email@example.com.
Saturday, October 24
At 3 p.m. Poetry Event featuring Louisa Calio Louisa Calio was director of the "Poets and Writers Piazza" at Hofstra's Italian Experience for twelve years. Her work has won a variety of awards, has appeared in numerous international journals and anthologies and has been translated into Italian, Sicilian and Korean. Her latest poetry collection, Journey to the Heart Waters, was recently published.
My on-going off-campus creative writing workshops at local libraries are free. No registration required. at Rockville Centre Public Library Wednesdays, September 9 (tonight!), October 14, November 4 at 7 p.m. 221 N. Village Avenue Rockville Centre, NY 516.766.6257 www.rvclibrary.org at Oceanside Library Wednesday, September 16, , October 21, November 18 at 7 pm (third Wednesday of each month) 30 Davison Avenue Oceanside, NY (516) 766-2360 www.oceansidelibrary.com. And, since you've read this far, note, too, that at 6:30 tomorrow evening, September 10, Radio Hofstra University (www.wrhu.org, 88.7 FM) is scheduled to rebroadcast my interview on Calliope's Corner, where I read selections from my poetry collection Something Like Life, selections from my new novel, J.W. Valentine, and discuss the writing life. Disclaimer: The station reserves the right to change its programming at any time.
Wednesday, October 28
Presented by Twice Exceptional Children's Advocacy (TECA) and co-sponsored by The Molloy College Department of Social Work, Department of Education and The Rebecca Center for Music Therapy, 2e: twice exceptional
follows the personal and educational j ourneys, struggles and outcomes of ve students who have been identified as 2e. It features interviews with students, parents, teachers, psychologists and therapists. Attend the Long Island premiere of director Thomas Ropelewski's award-winning documentary 2e: twice exceptional from 7- 9 pm in the Hays Theatre, Wilbur Arts Center at Molloy College (1000 Hempstead Avenue, Rockville Centre NY). This film is not recommended for students under the age of 13. Register online at EventBrite by typing this link into your browser bar: http://tinyurl.com/2e-movie-register-now. For more information contact TECA Executive Director Mara Cantarella at 347.889.9666 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, October 29
Speech-Language Pathology Conference
Lexical Processing and Intervention for Children with Cochlear Implants
Thursday, October 29; 6:30-9:30 p.m. ● Public Square, Multipurpose Room, RVC campus, The Communication Sciences and Disorders Department and the Office of Continuing Education at Molloy College will be presenting, "Lexical Processing and Intervention for Children with Cochlear Implants", on Thursday, October 29 2015. The program is pending for .3 ASHA CEUs. Intermediate level; Professional Area). A certificate of completion will be issued at the conclusion of the program. Details, including a description, tuition and registration information, can be found on the conference webpage at: www.molloy.edu/ce/slp. For a program brochure, further information or to be placed on our mailing list, please call 516-323-3554 or email: email@example.com.
Friday, October 30
Music Therapy Conference
International Perspectives on Improvisational Music Therapy and Autism Spectrum Disorder: Research and Practice. Friday, October 30 from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. in the Public Square, Madison Theatre, Rockville Centre campus. The Rebecca Center for Music Therapy at Molloy College will be hosting a one-day conference, "International Perspectives on Improvisational Music Therapy and ASD: Research and Practice" Diversity". This conference will include leading experts from around the world sharing their expertise on the topic of Autism Spectrum Disorder and Music Therapy. Topical areas will include: Improvisational music therapy around the globe: Common characteristics and cultural diversity; Parents' experience: How does music therapy help my child?, Effects of music therapy: Preliminary findings from the international TIME-A study and The future of music therapy for children with autism. For further information, including tuition and registration information, visit: www.molloy.edu/ce/musictherapy or phone: 516.323.3554.
Sunday, November 1
At 3 p.m. Poetry Event featuring Carlos Reyes Carlos Reyes is author of numerous books of poetry, chapbooks and translations, has received prestigious fellowships, won or been a finalist for many honors, and been poet-in-residence at a variety of interesting venues. He teaches poetry writing in Alaska, Oregon, Washington and Nevada. Carolyn Kiser has said, "Mr. Reyes is one of our local and national treasures. His poetry is as clear and strong as his social conscience. [He has the] ability to capture a mood, a world, in a handful of lines." Creative Writing Workshops conducted by Barbara Novack September, October and November "Barbara Novack, Molloy College's Writer-in-Residence, hosts these highly regarded workshops for fiction, non-fiction, memoir, and poetry writers of all levels. Please bring writing supplies."
Friday, December 4
The conference, "Collaboration and Coteaching: Integrated Service Delivery for English Language Learners" on Friday, October 2, 2015 is now closed. The conference in June also closed-out. Due to the overwhelming demand, the Lead Presenters and Conference Organizers: Dr. Andrea Honigsfeld and Dr. Maria G. Dove have agreed to add a third conference date on: Friday, December 4, 2015; from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at Molloy's Suffolk Center in East Farmingdale. Registration and Additional Information: The Early Registration fee, until October 9, is $95. However, the tuition rate will be discounted for Molloy full-time students to $25 (provide copy of student ID at check-in, must register by November 13) and there is no charge for Molloy faculty and staff (must register by November 13). To register and for additional information, please visit the conference web page at: www.molloy.edu/ce/ccc. Confirmation of your registration and travel directions will be sent to you upon receipt of your registration. Tuition includes a continental breakfast and lunch. For further information please contact, Cindy Thomas, Assistant to the Director, Summer Sessions and Conference Services by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 516.323.3554.
The fitness center hours for the fall semester are as follows:
|Monday||12:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.|
|6:30 p.m. - 11 p.m.|
|Tuesday||1:30 p.m. - 11 p.m.|
|Wednesday||12:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.|
|8 p.m. - 11 p.m.|
|Thursday||12:30 p.m. - 11 p.m.|
|Friday||11 a.m. - 11 p.m.|
|Saturday||11 a.m. - 11 p.m.|
|Sunday||11 a.m. - 11 p.m.|
Please keep in mind that all employees and students must present a valid Molloy College ID to be permitted in the fitness center.
The Student Solution Center is happy to announce their Facebook page. "Like" their page and stay up-to-date on the latest deadlines, information and events, including free giveaways! Remember to view the photo albums and if you see yourself - tag it. Don't forget to share the link with your friends, too: www.facebook.com/studentsolutioncenter.
Media services, help desk, client services and Molloy's IT offices are just a call away in Kellenberg 022: Mauricio Palacios, Dennis Neary, Rich Delasant, Joe Kuczyk, Ben Sales, Dave Friedrich and Eric Gebhardt.
- Call 4800 for help with office computers, printers and related devices.
- Call 4816 for smart classroom assistance and issues involving audio/visual equipment including overhead projectors, TVs, DVD players, etc.
Public Square Information Commons
For assistance in the information commons area (Public Square, second floor) call Stephen Lewis at 4813.
Hours: Client Services (IT help desk and media services)
Monday - Thursday: 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday - 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Saturday - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday - 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The Information Commons is staffed:
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday - 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Thursday through Sunday - Noon to 8 p.m.
Call any of the numbers above for questions or assistance. We invite you to stop in to see our new location at K-022 and meet our staff. To schedule equipment or services use this link: http://www.molloy.edu/offices-and-services/information-technology-planning-and-research/clientmedia-services/media-service-request and you can follow us on Twitter @MolloyClientSvs for all the latest Client Services updates.
Self-Service Password Reset: The IT department implemented a self-service application to allow you to reset your own password and unlock your own account. This new self-service 'password reset/account unlock' tool is for your network/email account and password ONLY. This is the username/password when you log into your Molloy computer or your email from a web browser. The new tool is NOT for Jenzabar, Lion's Den, Powerfaids or any other application that requires a username/password. If you haven't already, please visit the following URL from an on-campus computer. Login with your full email address and password and enroll for password self-service: https://selfservice.molloy.edu. Review the attached document which shows screen shots of the enrollment process and includes important information.