Finance and Administration contributes to Food Shelf at Hunt Union

Hunt College Union extends its thanks to the Division of Finance and Administration for contributing to the Food Shelf. In December, the Division collected and donated 187 pounds of nonperishable food items and a gift card to Hannaford’s. The Hunt Union staff used this to purchase an additional 203 pounds of food items to combat food insecurity.

The Food Shelf, supported by the Office of Student Life and Leadership/Hunt College Union, Center for Social Responsibility and Community, Student Association, Office of Equity and Inclusion, and the Office of Sustainability, is located on your left as you enter the lower level entrance to Hunt Union (near the pond).

GSRC seeking to collaborate for Women’s History Month Programming

Traditionally, the GSRC has hosted various programming during the month of March to celebrate Women’s History/Herstory. Since there are likely other programs happening across campus highlighting women throughout the month, a means of cross-promotion by compiling these events into one cohesive calendar so that our community is aware of what different departments/offices are hosting during March may be additionally beneficial. Programming can include speakers, film screenings, dialogues, activities, etc. 

If you or your department/office plans to have any programming that would coincide with Women’s History/Herstory Month, please contact Emily Phelps at


Milne Hours update

Milne Library New Student Arrival & Orientation:

Sunday, January 13 – Tuesday, January 15

·         Sunday, January 13 (dorms open at 10 AM)                                      CLOSED

·         Monday & Tuesday, January 14 & 15                                                7:30 AM – 8 PM


Classes begin on Wednesday, January 16


Milne Library Regular Semester Hours:


·         Monday – Thursday                                                                            7:30 AM – 1 AM

·         Friday                                                                                                  7:30 AM – 9 PM

·         Saturday                                                                                              Noon – 9 PM

·         Sunday                                                                                                Noon – 1 AM

Faculty carrels available in Milne

Faculty members who wish to request a locked carrel in Milne for the Spring 2019 semester should complete the online form by going to , click on “Faculty Services,” click “ Faculty Carrels,” fill out the Faculty Carrel Request Form, then hit “Submit.” The appended guidelines establish the priority order for a carrel assignment and include the rules governing carrel use.

All applications for library carrels must be submitted by Friday, January 18, after which time assignments will be made in accordance with library guidelines. Because the number of carrels is limited, qualified applicants who do not receive assignments will be placed on a waiting list and notified, should a vacancy occur.

Those with questions should contact the Library Director’s Office at 436-2723 or 436-3702.

Inclusive Classroom Team invites you to Spring 2019 Faculty Workshop

The Inclusive Classroom Team invites teaching faculty to our Spring 2019 Faculty Workshop on Culturally Responsive Teaching on Friday, January 25 from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in the Butternut Room at Hunt Union.

Facilitator: Carl Moore, Ph.D.

Dr. Moore is currently the Assistant Chief Academic Officer at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC).  An expert inculturally responsive teaching, Dr. Moorehas dedicated his career to advancing the field of faculty development.

Please RSVP to so we can properly plan for supplies and food!

For further information, contact Trudy Thomas-Smith @ extension 3179 or by e-mail


*Save the Date: Follow-Up ICT workshop to be held on Study Day, Wednesday May 1, 2019