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Members of the Emmanuel Community are cordially invited to attend senior presentations for

Candidates for Distinction in the Field
Thursday, April 25, 2019
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Prospective members of Class 2019 have worked hard and achieved many successes at Emmanuel, and those candidates for distinction in the field will be showcasing cumulative works in a series of presentations in various locations on campus throughout the day. See attached schedule.


The students presenting will be honored by your presence and appreciate all your support and encouragement.


Thank you,
Office of Academic Affairs

2019 Senior Distinction Schedule

To:           Emmanuel Community
From:      Information Technology
ALERT:    Unscheduled Systems Maintenance, 4/23/19 6:00 PM - 12:00 AM

On Tuesday, April 23, 2019, between the hours of 6:00 PM and 12:00 AM, we will be performing unscheduled maintenance to our systems infrastructure. During this time, users may experience intermittent outages of 15-30 minutes when attempting to access the following impacted services: 

EC Print, Ellucian Colleague, EC Online Services (Self-Service Portal), MySaints Portal, Library Services via Library Main Site, Informer, Perceptive Content (ImageNow)  

If you are unable to access these services once the maintenance window has ended, please contact the IT Helpdesk for further assistance. 

As a reminder, the Emmanuel IT department, or any professional organization, would never ask for your username, password, or personal information via email.  If you are ever concerned about the legitimacy of an email, please don't hesitate to contact the Helpdesk for a second opinion. 

Information Technology
Emmanuel College
Administration 133
helpdesk@emmanuel.edu
617-735-9966

Library users will be required to show Emmanuel College ID at the Library entrance beginning this Friday, April 26 through May 6Extended Library hours begin Saturday, April 27.

Details:  In order to ensure adequate study space for Emmanuel students, Library use will be restricted to students enrolled in Emmanuel courses and other members of the Emmanuel community beginning on Friday April 26th and through Monday May 6th. Library users should expect to show their Emmanuel ID at the entrance. 

COF students enrolled in Emmanuel courses and anyone invited to attend meetings or events at the Library will be asked to sign in. Others seeking access during this period should submit a request to reference2@emmanuel.edu.  

We will begin extended library hours on Saturday, April 27. As always, details on Emmanuel College library hours are posted here: http://library.emmanuel.edu/sp/subjects/view.php?subject=emclibraryhours

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To:      The Emmanuel College Community
From:  Sister Janet Eisner, SND, President
Date:   April 18, 2019
Re:      2019 Recipients of Emmanuel Faculty Excellence Awards 

I am pleased to announce this year's recipients of the Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award and the Faculty Excellence in Service to the Community Award.

Patterson Rogers, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Math Education, is the 2019 recipient of the Emmanuel College Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award. The Faculty Excellence in Teaching Committee selected Professor Rogers for her passion for teaching, commitment to her discipline and dedication to her students' academic success.

Melanie Leussis, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology, is the 2019 recipient of the Emmanuel College Faculty Excellence in Service to the Community Award, in honor of Professor Christine Jaworek-Lopes. The Faculty Excellence in Service to the Community Committee selected Professor Leussis for her commitment to service which impacts positively Emmanuel students, faculty and the community.

We look forward to recognizing Dr. Rogers and Dr. Leussis during the 97th Commencement Exercises on Saturday, May 11.

Congratulations to the newly elected members of the Student Government Association for the 2019–2020 academic year!

EXECUTIVE BOARD
Executive President: Brendan Hardie        
Executive Vice President: Rachel Phalen
Executive Resident Representative: Isabelle Russell
Executive Representative of Diversity & Inclusion: Anna Hebner
Executive Commuter Representative: To Be Appointed

CLASS OF 2020
Class of 2020 President: Liam Arteaga
Class of 2020 Vice President: Hayden DeGeorge
Class of 2020 Treasurer: Colleen Malloy
Class of 2020 Secretary: Patrick Carty

CLASS OF 2021
Class of 2021 President: Maureen Quinn
Class of 2021 Vice President: Luchiano Montero
Class of 2021 Treasurer: To Be Appointed
Class of 2021 Secretary: Giovanni Ortiz

CLASS OF 2022
Class of 2022 President: Molly Keane
Class of 2022 Vice President: Eileen Milien            
Class of 2022 Treasurer: Maeve Keane
Class of 2022 Secretary: Zach Lebreiro

The Office of Student Activities and Multicultural Programs is pleased to announce that the 19th Annual Student Leadership and Involvement Awards will be held on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 6:00 PM in the Emmanuel College Auditorium.

This ceremony is to recognize and celebrate excellent student leadership and programming in the Emmanuel College community.  We invite all students, faculty and staff to submit nominations online.  A committee of staff, faculty and students from across campus will work together to select our recipients. 

Below you will find a description of the award criteria.  Please read the criteria and submit your nominations online by 5:00 PM on Wednesday, April 24, 2019


INDIVIDUAL AWARDS: (nominee can be a leader from any area on campus)

Class Leadership Awards

The Class of 2020 Leadership Award honors three outstanding students from the Junior Class. These students are seen as instrumental in creating community in the Emmanuel College environment, and have also excelled in and out of the classroom.

The Class of 2021 Leadership Award honors three outstanding students from the Sophomore Class. These students mentored and encouraged other students to develop effective skills in inclusive leadership and teamwork.  They also demonstrated dedication to their academic progress and major coursework. 

The Class of 2022 Leadership Award honors three outstanding students from the First-Year Class. These students show initiative, motivation, and potential for continued student leadership at Emmanuel College. They have also demonstrated strong academic ability and scholarly potential.

Excellence at Emmanuel Award
The Excellence at Emmanuel Award was created to recognize six outstanding members of the Senior Class. These students have shown a deep level of commitment to an Emmanuel College program, group, organization or team in any facet of campus life.  Their leadership enhanced the quality of student life at Emmanuel College, and they demonstrate a commitment to academic success.    

Emerging Leader Award
The Emerging Leader Award is presented to one student who is serving in an executive board, coordinator, or leadership position at Emmanuel College for the first time. This person should have made a significant contribution to extracurricular life at the College, and went above and beyond in the fulfillment of their role. . The nominee can be from any class year. 

Commitment to Social Action Award
The Commitment to Social Action Award is presented to one student who has showcased a deep commitment to social action by promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity in the Emmanuel community.  This student has also worked to address social injustice and inequality through their leadership and involvement on campus.            

Heart of Emmanuel Award
The Heart of Emmanuel Award is presented to one student who has thoughtfully contributed their time to the Emmanuel College/Boston community and beyond by organizing and directing initiatives which serve individuals and communities. This student has put the needs of others before themselves, and has committed to working in a volunteer capacity either through an EC program, or an organization that serves our neighborhood.

Club Athlete of the Year Award
The Club Athlete of the Year Award is presented to a club sport athlete who has demonstrated leadership both within their team, and the larger Emmanuel community. This student has also excelled in the classroom, and serves as a role model for their teammates, demonstrating resiliency and a positive attitude. Above all, this student is actively engaged in extracurricular life, and serves in a leadership role within their organization.  Members of the Field Hockey Club, Baseball Club, EC Ultimate, Swim Club and Sailing Club are eligible for this award.

Faith in Action Award
The Faith in Action Award is given to one student who has promoted spiritual growth and reflection on the Emmanuel College campus through prayer, worship, retreat, ministry assistance, and/or working for justice/social change. The recipient lives their life in such a way as to further the cause of a just and better world.

Blue and Gold Award
The Blue and Gold Award is given to one student who portrays the spirit of Emmanuel College through courtesy, involvement, leadership, service, and spirit. This student embodies the mission and vision of Emmanuel College, and is truly a shining example of how education, both in and out of the classroom, has the potential to change people.

Saints Unsung Hero Award - Staff
The Saints Unsung Hero Award - Staff is presented to one member of the faculty, administration or staff who has assisted in the development of campus life above and beyond the call of duty. This individual has succeeded in the following areas:  consistently surpasses expectations, position and role to assist students or student organizations in the pursuit of organizational and individual success; accepts new tasks and challenges with enthusiasm and a positive attitude; strives not only to share thoughts and opinions for new ideas but is also a part of putting ideas into action and has had a significant impact on co-curricular life at the college beyond the scope of campus responsibilities. 

Saints Unsung Hero Award - Student
The Saints Unsung Hero Award - Student is presented to one student who has assisted in the development of campus life above and beyond the call of duty. This individual has succeeded in the following areas:  consistently surpasses expectations of membership, position and role to assist students or student organizations in the pursuit of organizational and individual success; accepts new tasks and challenges with enthusiasm and a positive attitude; strives not only to share thoughts and opinions for new ideas but is also a part of putting ideas into action and has had a significant impact on co-curricular life at the college beyond the scope of campus responsibilities. 

Jennifer Grace Ford Campus Leadership Award
The Jennifer Grace Ford Campus Leadership Award is the top individual award presented by Emmanuel College's co-curricular program.  It is awarded to one experienced student leader, in their Senior year, who has made a positive impact on the campus. The criteria are:  proven leadership, strong work ethic, and contributions to the Emmanuel Community.

Jennifer Grace Ford graduated from Emmanuel College in 1997 with a B.A. in Political Science.  She was a student leader and a scholar, graduating Magna Cum Laude with distinction in the field.  As a student leader, Jennifer demonstrated her commitment to Emmanuel College in many ways.  She was a central leader in student government serving as a member of judicial board, curriculum committee, SLAC, now known as ECPT, and the Political Science Club.  During her tenure as president of the Political Science Club, she rallied students to get involved with local and national politics by spearheading a highly successful voter registration drive on campus.  We remember Jennifer most for her extreme intelligence, quick wit, willingness to help others and her commitment to co-curricular involvement.  The Jennifer Grace Ford Campus Leadership Award is given to an Emmanuel student who embodies the spirit with which Jennifer lived. 

Advisor of the Year Award
This Advisor of the Year Award is presented to one club/organization advisor who has gone above and beyond the basic requirements of the advisor position. The advisor should have exhibited the following qualities:  attendance and involvement with group activities; establishment of rapport with organization officers; supports and acts as a resource for members; and assists the group in achieving their goals. 

St. Julie Billiart Medal:
The St. Julie Billiart medal is presented to an upper class student at Emmanuel College, usually a junior or senior, whose life exemplifies the mission of the College and the mission of the Sisters of the Notre Dame. This student balances their SND education with co-curricular involvement to contribute to the vibrant campus life offerings. The medal recipient embraces the Catholic tradition of the College and lives out the mission of the Sisters of Notre Dame through service to others and a joyful spirit.

St. Catherine Medal of Kappa Gamma Pi:
The St. Catherine Medal for Student Achievement is an annual award presented to upper class students at Catholic colleges and universities. St. Catherine has long served as an inspiration for individuals who aspire to obtain knowledge and to stand their own ground against constraints placed upon them. Kappa Gamma Pi offers the St. Catherine Medal to honor a student who represents the high ideals of a Catholic college education. The recipient is selected on the basis of leadership and service to the college.


ORGANIZATIONAL AWARDS

The Rising Star Award
The Rising Star Award is presented to one SGA recognized organization that has distinguished itself during the first year of the club's existence on campus this past year.  This award is given based on the following criteria: demonstrated commitment to membership development and outreach; and effectively planned and implemented activities for the campus community during the past year. 

Organization of the Year Award
The Organization of the Year Award is presented to one SGA recognized student organization whose organizational contributions to the campus and surrounding communities are characterized by care and respect for others and foster cooperation among individuals and organizations. Through their work, members demonstrate the ability to inspire others to act and to reflect on personal and group experiences, which aid in becoming informed, responsible, and productive community members. Organizational involvement can be reflected in traditional or non-traditional activities. 

Event of the Year Award
The Event of the Year Award is presented to five events, activities or programs that have met the following criteria:  provided opportunities for students to learn about themselves and others; gave students opportunity to take the primary role in planning and implementation; promoted a sense of campus community and school spirit; maximized the organization's available resources including financial and human resources. 

You may nominate one event per category.

  • Community Service Event of the Year: Described as an event that encourages service either inside or outside of the Emmanuel community.
  • Educational Event of the Year: Described as an event that fosters learning and presents information to the Emmanuel community that is not part of the traditional curriculum.
  • Multicultural Event of the Year: Described as an event that embraces diversity, promotes inclusion, affirms identity, and celebrates culture.
  • Social Event of the Year: Described as an event that fosters interaction among Emmanuel students in a safe and friendly environment.
  • Collaborative Event of the Year: Described as an event that was organized successfully by more than one student organization or department on campus to create a positive and engaging environment.


The Dr. Patricia Rissmeyer Student Affairs Award (formerly the Student Affairs Award)
Named in honor of Emmanuel's long-serving Vice President of Student Affairs, Dr. Patricia Rissmeyer, this award will be presented to a student group, team, class, or group of students dedicated to enhancing the quality of life at Emmanuel College and/or the surrounding community.

Within the past year, the nominee should have met the following criteria:

  • Served as a positive role model.
  • Exhibited school spirit, pride and/or tradition.
  • Provided a service, which enhanced the quality of life at Emmanuel College.
  • Exemplified positive leadership characteristics within its membership.
  • Supported and adhered to College policies and procedures. 

You may nominate one club/organization, team, class or group for this award as well as any event that you believe fits the above mentioned criteria.  

Submit Your Nominations

Registration is now open for the new IDDS1101: Introduction to Programming course!

Are you someone who...

  • Likes to express themselves in new ways? 
  • Enjoys solving puzzles or logic problems? 
  • Is good at breaking big problems into smaller parts? or wants to be better?
  • Likes finding better and faster ways to get things done?
  • Wants to learn about coding?
  • Want a cool résumé line that you know some JavaScript? 

Then check out Introduction to Programming, running this fall 2019!

Our Intro to Programming course...

  • Uses drawing and animation to learn programming concepts, and grows gently towards professional-grade tools
  • Is an Emmanuel course-empowering you to express yourself in new ways, see the world in a new light, and develop new skills to do important things
  • Requires no special equipment- you just need a computer with a web browser to get started.
  • Uses JavaScript, the #1 most-used programming language in the world, using cool tools to make it accessible for new learners
  • Is a great introduction to the wide world of computing, both in industry and academia  

No experience is required! If you have any questions, please email Prof. Sherman - shermanm@emmanuel.edu

For safety reasons, all members of the Emmanuel community are requested to adhere to the following protocol when being picked up or dropped off by either Uber, Lyft or Taxi vehicles.

The Dept. of Conservation and Recreation has posted signs "No pick-up or Discharge of passengers" on the Fenway adjacent to the Emmanuel College entrances, both the Loretto and main gate.

Users of any of the above services are requested to instruct the driver to pull onto campus and pick-up or drop off just prior to the crosswalk adjacent to the Administration building.

Officers in the parking booth will advise drivers of this protocol as well.Any questions regarding this issue or any other Public Safety issue, Please stop at Campus Safety located in room 139 in the Admin. building.

Upcoming Events

Apr
23

Apr 23, 2019: Student Government Association Full Senate Meetings at Maureen Murphy Wilkens Science Center

The Student Government Assocaition has weekly full senate meetings every Tuesday during activities period. Open to all.

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Apr
23

Apr 23, 2019: ASA General Meetings at Maureen Murphy Wilkens Science Center

A Weekly meeting in which we discuss topics in the Asian and Pacific Islander community. Meeting ideas can range from issues such as Stereotyping to culture

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23

Apr 23, 2019: Amnesty International General Members Meeting at Administration Building

Interested in getting involved with Amnesty International or just want to learn more about our group and its mission? Stop in to our general members meeting.

Learn more at emmanuel.presence.io/event/general-members-meeting-5

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