LMU this Week

Children’s Center Annual Kindergarten Fair

The Children’s Center invites you to their annual kindergarten fair. This is a great opportunity to see what options are available for kindergarten and to converse with representatives from local schools. Finger foods and refreshments will be available. If you plan to attend please RSVP here.

Thursday, Nov. 30 
4 – 5:30 p.m.
LMU Children’s Center

For more information, please contact Jennifer Graham jennifer.graham@lmu.edu.

Ceramic Sale 2017

Department of Art and Art History’s 2017 Ceramics Sale is almost here!

Friday, Dec. 8, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 9, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Thomas P. Kelly Student Art Gallery, inside the Fritz B. Burns Fine Arts Center.

Questions? Contact Professor Rudy Fleck at 310.338.3053. For more information, please contact Nicole Murph at nmurph@lmu.edu.

HR Workshops

Human Resources/Learning & Development invites LMU staff to take advantage of new professional development opportunities offered for Fall 2017.  Workshops include:  Living With Change, Improving Your Focus, Gratitude: A Skill for Happier Living, Overcoming Procrastination, Get Ready to Retire, Managing Holiday Stress and many other online and instructor-led programs. 

To register, click here

LMU Faculty/Staff Dining at The Hill

LMU Hospitality by Sodexo is proud to host Faculty & Staff Dining every Tuesday and Thursday from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. in The Hill located on the 4th floor of the Malone Building. Enjoy a catered meal complete with gourmet salads, vegetarian options, cold beverages and decadent desserts for just $8.99. Community Members paying with Flexi Dollars automatic earn Flexi rewards at 20%. Flexi rewards are credited to your account at the end of the last month of each semester. After your fourth visit stamp you are eligible to receive a complimentary refillable fountain vessel for use at Roski, Crimson, And Concessions as part of our sustainability efforts.

Dining Menu 11.28.17
Dining Menu 11.30.17

WILDFIRE RELIEF EFFORTS

Donations and fundraising are the most effective assistance the LMU community can provide at this time in regards to relief effors for those effected by the recent wildfires. It is best that you make monetary contributions, no matter how small, so that agencies on the ground can use these funds to meet the needs of the victims of the wildfires in the most-effective way possible.

The following agencies are on the ground and are already providing aid to those impacted by the wildfires in Northern California:

United Way-Bay Area and The United Way of the Wine Country both provide immediate and long-term recovery assistance to North Bay and Wine Country residents affected by the wildfires.
The Redwood Credit Union is raising funds to support those effected by the wildfires. You can select which county you wish to support.
The Sonoma Humane Society and Napa Human Society are providing shelter for animals that were separated from their owners or for pet owners who need a place to board their animals.

HURRICANE AND EARTHQUAKE RELIEF EFFORTS

Donations and fundraising are the most effective assistance the LMU community can provide at this time in regards to hurricane and earthquake relief efforts in Houston, Florida, Puerto Rico and Mexico. It is best that you make monetary contributions, no matter how small, so that agencies on the ground can use these funds to meet the needs of the victims of the hurricane in the most-effective way possible.

The following agencies are on the ground and are already providing aid to hurricane and earthquake victims:

United Way of Miami Dade supports local agencies that will provide for local community needs such as hotel vouchers, food pantries, and mental health services.
Catholic Charities of Galveston-Houston provides food, clothing and shelter to those most effected by Hurricane Harvey.
Catholic Relief Service is soliciting donations to respond to damage caused by Hurricanes Irma Jose and Maria for people in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Cuba and other Caribbean Islands.
UNICEF is supporting recovery services in the Mexican cities effected by the recent earthquakes.
Colegio San Ignacio, a high school in San Juan, is one of the Jesuit ministries of the Central Southern Province. Donations will support students, families and parishioners who have been effected by Hurricane Maria.
Americares is focusing its relief efforts on providing emergency medicine, supplies and medical outreach to residents of Puerto Rico. 

If you would like to work on a fundraising event or for more information, please contact Pam Rector in the Center for Service and Action at pam.rector@lmu.edu.

2017 ITS Technology Workshops

The Fall 2017 ITS technology workshop schedule is available now. In addition to regularly-offered titles in Excel, make sure to check out the following workshops:

· What’s New in Box and the Essentials: Discover new and improved features – Favorites as home page, Messages to view shared links and invites, copy-and-paste the easy way, and much more.

· ITS Security Awareness: Explore ways you can stay safe online, create strong passphrases, defend yourself against a phishing attack, and other security tips.

· InDesign Essentials: Create a new document, add text and graphics, thread text frames, use Fitting to display graphic content, modify and apply Master Page, and other essential functions.

Visit the ITS training page to decide which workshop is for you or to sign up.

Free New York Times Online Access

All students, faculty, and staff members are now being provided a free 365-day online membership to the New York Times and all eligible apps! You can create your free account by using your @lmu.edu or @lion.lmu.edu email address at the link here. Again, this service is brand new and completely free to all!

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