All Early Warnings are submitted online. To complete your Early Warning Rosters, log in to CLASS via the Services in eCampus. Select My Warning Rosters from the menu on the left side of the screen. You will then see your Early Warning Rosters with all your students listed on each class roster. Here you enter your Early Warning Code. Even if you have no Early Warning to report, you must log in to indicate that you will not be giving any Early Warnings. You can do this by checking the box on the top of the roster indicating No Early Warnings to Report and then clicking Submit.
IF YOU HAVE NO WARNINGS TO REPORT, DO NOT ENTER THAT DESIGNATION UNTIL NEAR THE END OF THE WARNING PERIOD.
Both students and their advisers will receive a letter via email indicating that the student has been given a warning.
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CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
The Center for International Education, with generous support from the Office of the Provost, is pleased to announce the International Faculty Development Grant, which has been expanded for the 2016-2017 academic year and will support three $5000 grants to full-time faculty members who aim to contribute to the following campus internationalization efforts during the 2016-2017 academic year:
Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs: Intersession 2017
Faculty-led programs are the most popular way that Adelphi students study abroad. Encourage your students to check out the following programs, which will travel during January Intersession.
Susan Zori, clinical assistant professor, College of Nursing and Public Health
Keep your eyes peeled for the spring break and summer faculty-led study abroad programs, which will be announced in October. For more information on faculty-led programs or to inquire about study abroad, contact the Center for International Education (Nexus Building, Suite 145).
Adelphi Study Abroad Data to Date
In academic year 2015-2016, 164 Adelphi University students studied abroad, which represents 2.3 percent of all students. Of these students, 38 studied abroad for a full semester and 126 participated in short-term programs (less than eight weeks). Faculty-led programs remain the most popular way for Adelphi students to study abroad. Of the 164 Adelphi University students who studied abroad, only four students studied at the graduate level. The number of U.S. students studying abroad has more than tripled over the past two decades (Open Doors 2015).
OFFICE OF PRE-PROFESSIONAL ADVISING AND FELLOWSHIPS
Students interested in engineering, optometry, law, medicine, physical therapy, optometry, podiatry or veterinary medicine may qualify for our other selective joint degree programs. Contact Robert I. Schwartz, Ed.D., at 516.877.3140 or email@example.com for further information.
We are happy to announce that we recently learned, after the deadline for the spring issue of the newsletter, that Emma Gazzara was accepted to the Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine and Arielle Naranjo was accepted into the medical program at the School of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Rochester. Recently, two Adelphi students were accepted to NYU Steinhardt’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program and another to Stony Brook School of Health Technology and Management’s Doctorate in Physical Therapy Program, while the physician assistant program at New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) accepted another Adelphi graduate.
Special Guest Speakers
Wednesday, October 26, Blodgett Hall, Room 201, 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
“Cardiovascular Perfusion: Is It the Health Profession for You?”
Richard Chan, B.S., C.C.P., director of the North Shore University Hospital-
LIUPost School of Cardiovascular Perfusion
Wednesday, November 2, Blodgett Hall, Room 201, 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
“U.S. Army Scholarships for Medical, Dental, Veterinary and Optometry
Sgt. 1st Class Nilson Garcia
Wednesday, November 30, Blodgett Hall, Room 201, 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
“The Caribbean Way to Becoming a Veterinarian or Medical Doctor”
John Nwafor, associate director of admissions, Ross University
We wish them much success and would like to thank the Fulbright Committee members–Katherine Fiori, Ph.D., Daryl Gordon, Ph.D., and Devin Thornburg, Ph.D.–for their dedication, astute insights and support of students applying to this international fellowship program.
Students interested in any of the following: Fulbright Fellowships; Goldwater Scholarship for undergraduate scholarships for students in the sciences, math and engineering; Mitchell Scholarship for study in Ireland; Truman Scholarships for college juniors planning on careers in government or nonprofits; Boren Awards for students going into government service; Udall Scholarship for environmental or tribal issues; and several other grant possibilities should contact Robert I. Schwartz, Ed.D., at 516.877.3140 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH (NCUR) AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS
Email student nominations for presentation of undergraduate research to Annette Uvena, senior coordinator of academic services, at email@example.com by Friday, October 28. Students who are nominated for NCUR must submit an abstract of approximately 250 to 450 words. All abstract submissions must be done by appointment through the Office of Academic Services and Retention. For more information on NCUR, visit the NCUR website.
Students not interested in NCUR but need funding for research conferences?
You may want to advise your students to seek out other research venues in their selected field of study. In order to assure funding for research venues, students must first be preapproved at least one month prior to a request by the Office of Academic Services and Retention. Students must be presenting at a conference to receive funding. Undergraduate students must be registered full time at Adelphi during the semester of the request. Graduate students must be registered for a minimum of 6 credits during the semester in which they travel. Doctoral students must seek travel support from their academic dean.
Once approved, students will be required to follow additional travel guidelines. Students will be limited to attending one conference, meeting or NCUR funded by the University. If there is no airfare involved, a student can apply for a second conference. FUNDING IS NOT GUARANTEED.
Select from either of the following:
As we embark upon a new season of Excellence in Mentoring, which is our fall theme, we will meet to discuss exciting new program updates, review the program calendar and welcome new pairs.
Annette Uvena, Senior Coordinator of Academic Services
Patricia Anelante, Executive Assistant
Robert Schwartz, Ed.D., Director
Center for International Education
Shannon Harrison, Director
Rosemary Bradshaw, Administrative Assistant
Chotsani West, M.A. ’07, Director
Office of Academic Services and Retention
Nexus Building, Room 145
p – 516.877.3150