The Office of Student Involvement is accepting applications for a student assistant starting this May, 2018. The position has flexible hours based on your class schedule (up to 15 hours per week) and the pay is $8.50 per hour. We are looking for someone who stays during the summer to help with orientation. Duties include customer service at the front desk, data entry, distribution of mail and packages. Other duties include answering the phone and assisting RSO’s with copies, travel and event purchase forms. If you are interested please come to the OSI office located in Cohen Center 258A to fill out an application. We will accept applications until April 13, 2018.
Presented by the History Club – SCHEDULE
Event One: History Cosplay Photo Contest | 10:00am-1:00pm
Dress up as a historical figure and take pictures in front of our green screen. The photos will be blasted on television monitors throughout the campus. Prize will go to the best dressed and stylish.
Event Two: Reacting to the Past | 12:00pm-3:00pm
Merwin Hall 120
Tired of learning historical events through a textbook? RTTP allows you to immerse in the past through role-playing historical events/situations. Each person will be given a historical figure/character and will conduct themselves as if they are in a specific time period. There will be opportunities for alternative historical outcomes. This event will be led by Dr. Jeff Fortney. *Honors event; Limit: 50 participants
Event Three: The Battle of WATER-ba-LOO….n | 2:00pm-5:00pm
Recreational Field 1
Please contact John Sebastian Alday (email@example.com) for more information. RSOs, Fraternities, and Sororities are welcome. *We will be using non-latex balloons.
Event Four: History Panel Discussion | 5:00pm-6:30pm
Marieb Hall 200
FGCU Alumni with History degrees will discuss their careers and the importance of getting a degree in the field of study; A MUST for History Degree-seeking students. *Food and beverage served.
Event Five: Movie Showing of Dunkirk | 7:30pm-10:00pm
Lutgert Hall 1204
*Pizza and beverage will be served.
SENDING ON BEHALF OF:
The Behavioral Consultation and Assessment Team (BCAT):
Do You Know of a Person on Campus Displaying Behavior that Concerns You?
If the answer is YES, please report it immediately; the University has resources to help.
Here are your options for reporting:
#1 If your concern is an immediate health or safety concern, call the University Police at 239-590-1900.
#2 If your concern includes a student behavioral issue and it is not an emergency, complete the online Information and Incident report form located here. The report goes to the Dean of Students’ Office for review and referral to the appropriate person/office.
The Dean of Students Office Care Team is available during business hours for walk-ins, Cohen Center 288.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides a 24 hour telephone help line for those in immediate distress who need to speak with a mental health professional: (239) 745-EARS (3277). CAPS is also available for counseling services during regular business hours.
#3 If your concern includes a student, staff or faculty member, the Behavioral Consultation and Assessment Team (BCAT) provides consultation for those concerned about the behavior of a person on campus. You may call any member of the BCAT team listed below or complete the online form located here.
Core BCAT members include:
Dean of Students: Dr. Michele Yovanovich, 590-7900
Counseling Center: Dr. Jon Brunner, Dr. Mike Ghali, 590-7950/
University Police: Chief Steven Moore, Lt. Tony Rispoli, 590-1900
Housing & Res.Life: Jameson Moschella, 590-1700
Student Conduct/Care Team: Chad Trisler, 239-590-7900
Academic Affairs: Dr. Abbe Finn 590-7772
Student Case Mgr.: TBA
Human Resources: Kathleen Nagle-Roides, 590-1400
General Counsel: Lisa Jones, 590-1101
When in doubt, PLEASE report any behavior that concerns you.