***Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, 2/20/2020***
Beginning at 9:00 PM tonight, 2/20, Computing Services will be installing Microsoft Windows patches to employee, lab and TEC Classroom computers. Employees are encouraged to log off but leave their computers on when leaving work today to assist in the installation of these patches.
Also beginning at 9:00 PM, we will be performing maintenance and installing patches on all Windows servers. Throughout this time, users will experience intermittent outages (5-15 minutes) and brief interruptions to network services as systems reboot.
Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these critical maintenance activities. As always, if you have any questions, please call the ASU Computing Services Helpdesk at 7741 or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a great day,
The 2020 Special Olympics Basketball Showcase will begin at 2:00pm in Plachy Gym, located next to Rex Field at Adams State University, Sunday afternoon, February 23. Aside from spreading awareness for the Special Olympics, this event will include a fundraiser where all donations will go to the local program in Alamosa towards supplies, equipment, and travel expenses needed throughout the year. The event will feature a thrilling modified basketball game played by the SLV Dust Devils. The game will consist of 8 minute running clock quarters and each team on the court will be composed of three Special Olympians and two non-Special Olympians. Admission will be free for this event, although donations are greatly appreciated! Come show your support by bringing friends, family, and teammates to our 2020 Special Olympics Basketball Showcase for a unique and unforgettable experience.
The Special Olympics is a program that is held year-round for individuals with intellectual disabilities. This program consists of sports training for specific sports such as basketball or track that will lead to a modified version of competition. Special Olympics was founded to give children or adults with an intellectual disability the opportunity to participate in competitive physical activity in a fun and safe way. If you have any questions about the 2020 Showcase or the SLV Special Olympics program please contact Peggy Johnson at 719-587-7408 or email at email@example.com.
All are invited to attend our next event in the Spring 2020 Faculty Lecture Series, featuring Natasha Noel Liebig of philosophy, presenting her lecture titled, “Trauma Tears; Love Builds Up – An Account of Resilience in Trauma”
Event is this Thursday, Feb 20, in MCD101 at 7pm. Light refreshments will be served.
Come in and try our new flavors!
Creme de Menthe: tastes like chocolate chip ice cream!
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
Chocolate Macadamia Nut
We can’t wait to see you!
One of Stephen King’s rules for writers is “don’t obsess over perfect grammar.” He says “the object… isn’t grammatical correctness but to make the reader welcome and then tell a story.” At the Writing Studio, we can check grammar, but we’d rather help you make the reader welcome and tell a story. Stop in and say hi.
The Writing Studio, McDaniel Hall, 220, (719) 587-7898
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Wednesday 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. at Nielsen Library
Friday – 9 a.m.-Noon.
The ASU Counselor Education Department is hosting our third annual Spring Symposium – WINGS!
This year our symposium theme is Generational Stress, or “Working on Interventions to Navigate Generational Stress”. This event is meant to help educate our counselors, teachers, social workers, and community members on working with students, clients, and families impacted by Generational stress.
Our main Keynote speaker, Paul Osincup, is a positive workplace strategist who helps organizations create happier, healthier, and more connected places to work. Paul’s global mission for workplace happiness has provided him the opportunity to work with hundreds of organizations including Nasdaq and the Harvard Kennedy School of Leadership. Paul is also a certified Stress Mastery Educator with the American Institute of Stress, and a training partner with the international work culture consultancy, “Delivering Happiness.” Paul’s work has been highlighted in Forbes, on Sirius XM Radio, and on his mom’s refrigerator.
The morning keynote speaker, Angel Knoverek Ph.D., LCPC, ACS, is Clinical Faculty at Adams State University in the Counselor Education Program. She is also an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Culver-Stockton College. She is an international trainer who has been training others in human service professions for over 20 years. Dr. Knoverek owns and operates Mindshift Center, LLC, which includes a private counseling practice in Quincy, IL, as well as provides training, consultation, and evaluation for individuals and organizations across the country.
Tickets are FREE to the public. An onsite continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. A schedule will be posted prior to the event with sessions and times. Continuing education credits will be offered! Half-day participants will receive 3.5 hours, and full-day participants will receive 7 hours – NBCC provider #4219.
Registration will begin at 8:00 am, with breakout sessions offered in the morning and afternoon. Self-care and fun activities to be had! Please RSVP with the appropriate ticket type. We look forward to having you here!
Preregister at: eventbrite.com/e/wingssymposium-tickets-85842775051
For questions email: email@example.com
Say hi to Brian popping that fresh popcorn next Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. in front of Counselor Ed!
The Adventure Programs is running a shuttle to Wolf Creek ski area this Sunday the 23rd for their college ski day. The cost of the shuttle is $5, and the cost for lift tickets is $54 with a valid school ID and printed proof of enrollment. To sign up for the shuttle or if you have any questions please contact Adventure Programs or come by the REX.
We have an opening at the Grizzly Roast!
The hours we need filled are the following:
Monday: 1-3:00pm and 4-5:30pm
Friday: 10-11:00am and 1-2:00pm
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested
Job Openings-Department of Counselor Education
Will need 6 employees:
Two Intensives Department Assistants needed
Four Custodial Assistants Needed
May 11th through June 26th
$14 per hour 40 hours per week
Hours during day may vary
Must be able to work all day Sundays and extended hours
Must be registered for fall classes at time of employment
Duties for Two Intensives Assistants to include but not limited to:
Heavy lifting, long periods of standing
Customer service skills
Tech savvy preferred
Office clerical support
Fill swag bags
Organize store room
Trips to storage-will need current driver’s license-take a driver training course
Willing to do other duties as needed
Duties for Four Custodial Assistants to include but not limited to:
Taking care of all custodial duties under a supervisor in McDaniel Hall
Saturday dorm room prep for all new students coming in
If you are a student athlete, the time commitment will allow for off time for workouts, if desired.
Interested students should contact Carol Fell 719-587-8376 or Leslie Boutillette 719-587-8138. Please leave your name and contact information along with the position of interest. The department will begin contacting students for interviews at the end of March.