October 20, 2021

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Thiel Happenings

Baumgardner, Breckenridge named Thiel College Student of the Month honorees for October

Baumgardner, Breckenridge named Thiel College Student of the Month honorees for October

Thiel College announces Kara Baumgardner ’22, of Summerhill, Pa., and Rachel Breckenridge ’22, of Hiram, Ohio, as the Student of the Month honorees for October.

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Local artist J.D. Titzel exhibiting graphite drawings, hosting gallery talk at Thiel College gallery

Local artist J.D. Titzel exhibiting graphite drawings, hosting gallery talk at Thiel College gallery

Thiel College Professor of Painting and Curator of Art Sean McConnor announces the Weyers-Sampson Art Gallery will feature graphite drawings by local artist J.D. Titzel.

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Thiel College series returns with discussions of race, Native American and LGBT issues

Thiel College series returns with discussions of race, Native American and LGBT issues

Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Anthony E. Jones, Ed.D. is hosting the latest in a series for students and employees that will focus on specific diversity topics with experts in the field.

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Director of Student Activities and Involvment Than Oo is gauging interest in attending the performance of Shen Yun in January. Attendance is open to all students, faculty and staff members.

For more information, contact Oo at ext. 2192.

Religious Life activities in the David Johnson Memorial Chapel

Pastor Brian Riddle ’07 reminds the campus community about activities at David Johnson Memorial Chapel.

Sunday service with communion is at 4 p.m. in the Chapel. Services are open to all. 

The Chapel is also hosting meditation for beginners at 7 p.m. Wednesdays.

For more information, contact Riddle at ext. 2130.

Student News

Thiel using new service to distribute student news and updates

Yesterday afternoon, graduate and undergraduate students got a message from Thiel College’s new service partner Merit Pages.

Merit is a combination social media channel and professional accomplishment aggregator. It is both passive and active. The service accumulates and distributes student news and achievement. It will send updates to local government representatives, high school guidance counselors, hometown newspapers and student-identified family members. Students can curate and take ownership of these Merit profiles and fill them out with personal information. A student’s Thiel email is used to verify their account.

Students are encouraged to add photos and augment their own their profiles.

If a student asks about the service, the email sent yesterday was legitimate. It is not a scam attempt or spam email.

For more information, contact Dominick DiRienzo at ext. 2188.

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Publishing Schedule

T-Notes is published weekly during the academic year. It arrives Wednesday afternoons. The next edition will be out Oct. 27, 2021. Send your event or news to tnotes@thiel.edu by noon Monday, Oct. 25 to be published in that week’s edition.

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Special Notes

Health & Wellness Notes

This month’s health & wellness newsletter includes tips on maintaining your emotional health and tips for healthy eating.

Events

Campus Events

Health Professions Institute Speaker Series: Chris Cianci
Oct. 19 from 7–9 p.m.
Sawhill Georgian Room, HMSC

Thiel College’s Health Professions Institute hosts a special speaker series during the fall 2021 semester. Join us for a presentation from Christine Cianci, M.S., B.S.N. ’96, Director of Campus Health & Wellness Services. All presentations are open to the entire Thiel College community.

For more information, contact Sarahbeth Abalos, Ph.D. at ext. 2007.

Common Hour: Travel Abroad and Study
Oct. 21 from 11 a.m. to noon
Langenheim Memorial Library

Thiel College students can explore the travel and study abroad opportunities that are available.

For more information, contact Cindy Sutton, Ph.D. at ext. 2031. 

Instant Decision Day
Oct. 22 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Thiel College campus

High school students are invited to visit campus and will have the opportunity to apply to Thiel, bring their transcripts and walk away with a decision on their acceptance before the end of the day.

For more information, contact admissions at ext. 2345. 

Greenville Area Library Murder Mystery Dinner
Oct. 22 from 4–11 p.m.
Langenheim Memorial Library

Join members of the Thiel College and Greenville community for a special Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre! Proceeds support the Greenville Area Library.

For more information, contact Anne Butcher

Physician Assistant Open House
Oct. 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Thiel College campus

Students interested in a career as a physician assistant are encouraged to attend our program open house! You'll meet with faculty and admissions staff to learn about Thiel College's undergraduate major, as well as our PA graduate program.

For more information, contact admissions at ext. 2345. 

Courageous Conversation Series: Christopher Blakely
Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. to noon
Thiel College online

Christopher Blakely, Ed.D. will lead an interactive conversation about our lived experiences and leadership journeys.

For more information, contact Anthony E. Jones, Ed.D. at ext. 2193.

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Communications collateral

Employees should update the logos used on institutional materials, including email signatures, letterhead, PowerPoint slides, etc. 

Thiel College has used the shield and wordmark combination as the official institutional logo for more than a year. They are the only approved logo for academic co-curricular and institutional use. Additional athletic logo packages are also available.

Email signatures, brand resources, and a job request form are all available online. A Dropbox folder has been set up with instructions and the materials necessary to create new email signatures. Employees can find other Thiel College-branded resources including letterhead, logos and PowerPoint slides in the same folder.

Thiel College community members who need help with communications and marketing initiatives and collateral can now request those services with a job form. The request form is available on the communications and marketing webpage or linked directly below.

For more information, email the office.



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