Take Note in October: Diabetes Screening, Fall Midterm Grades Due, Diversity Book Club, Student Leadership Conference, Call for Nominations...
Free Diabetes Screening & Health Information
October 12, 2017; 7:30 a.m. - noon; LSU Student Union - Vieux Carre Room
The Pennington Biomedical Research Center and the LSU Student Health Center have partnered to offer free diabetes screening which will include glucose and A1C testing. The offer is available to the first 100 people who stop by the LSU Student Union.
Fall 2017 Midterm Grade Reporting
Submission of mid-semester grades is an established policy outlined in the LSU General Catalog. In an effort to improve mid-semester reporting of student progress, the Office of Academic Affairs would like to remind all faculty and instructional personnel that Fall 2017 midterm grades, as required by policy, are due Tuesday, October 17h, by 9:00 am. To the extent feasible, assessment of student learning should be planned, taking this critical benchmarking date into account.
LSU Office of Diversity Book Club
contact Langley McClay (email@example.com)
Olinde Career Center
LSU Union Room 256J
Tuesday, October 24
Let’s talk with Dr. Andrew Hollenbach about The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by: Rebecca Skloot!
10% OFF Barnes and Noble Coupon at the African American Cultural Center, Women’s Center, Office of Multicultural Affairs and Office of Diversity
LSU Office of Multicultural Affairs 11th Annual Multicultural Student Leadership Conference (MSLC)
Friday, October 27-Saturday, October 28
A conference for students, educators, practitioners, and administrators dedicated to diversity and inclusion.
Registration is now open! LSU students, staff, and faculty will not be charged a registration fee, all other participants will be charged a small $15 registration fee. Visit http://www.lsu.edu/diversity/oma/events/conference to register, get conference updates, and submit conference proposals.
Leadership for Inclusion Workshops (NCBI at LSU)
contact Dr. Kenya Messer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
“The National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) is an international non-profit, leadership training organization based in Washington, DC, USA. Since 1984, NCBI has worked to eliminate racism and all other forms of prejudice and discrimination throughout the world.” LSU has become an affiliate of NCBI which allows us to offer these workshops to the students, faculty, staff and administrators at LSU.
Listed in the attachment are the Fall NCBI workshop dates. If you have not had the opportunity to participate yet, I encourage you to do so and I am hoping that your schedule will allow you to attend the full day workshop.
To RSVP, complete the steps below.
Login using myLSU credentials
Select the preferred event link from the attached list.
For example, select https://lsu.campuslabs.com/engage/event/1360696.
In the bottom right corner of the screen, select the RSVP response.
Select the blue “RSVP to Event” button.
i. The form will ask to enter the number of guests. This should remain as zero.
Call for Nominations for Esprit de Femme
contact Summer Steib (email@example.com)
2018 Esprit de Femme Sunrise Celebration
Friday, March 16, 2017
The LSU Women’s Center Esprit de Femme Award is an annual acknowledgement of a person who has made exceptional efforts towards the advancement of women. We seek to honor individuals that strive to enrich the lives of women in hope that others will follow their example. This award honors an individual who makes exceptional efforts to assuage the struggles of women in our community, state, and culture.
The qualifications for this accolade include (but are by no means limited to):
elevating the status of women and improving policies that affect women in the state
participating in the mentoring and betterment of women; generating and disseminating knowledge concerning women’s health through research, teaching, and public presentations
significantly contributing to the arts, business and industry, as well as charity and civic engagement that focuses on the needs of women
advocating for the upward mobility of women in our society