Skip to main content

  

 

SPOTLIGHT

A daily summary of activities at Slippery Rock University
Wednesday, Apr. 16

University Calendar: http://calendar.sru.edu
University Newsroom: http://www.sru.edu/PublicRelations/Pages/UniversityPublicRelations.aspx
rockpride online: http://rockpride.sru.edu
SRU Crime Information Tip line: 724.738.2SRU (724.738.2778)

________________________________________________________________________

TODAY

April 15

All day | Month of Movement Tip of the Day: Everyone should only exercise on the days they eat. Do both today.

All day | Federal Tax Day. IRS taxes must be mailed by midnight.

8 a.m. | National Student Teaching and Supervision Conference, two-day event. Smith Student Center.

10:15 a.m. | Candidate #1 for senior associate provost for student affairs. Open presentation to campus. 319 Smith Student Center.

12:30-3:30 p.m. | Cyber Security Fair. Sponsored by SRU computer science department, Dell, Armstrong, Wal-Mart of Grove City, East Tec, IATS and others. Door prizes. (High school students 9 a.m. to noon). SRU students, faculty and staff 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. Smith Student Center.

12:30 p.m. | Candidate #1 for senior associate provost for student affairs. Open presentation to students. 323 Smith Student Center.

2 p.m. | SRU Student Intervention Services training for SRU administration, faculty, staff and students. To register visit: https://sruenrollment.wufoo.com/forms/identifying-and-referring-students-of-concernneed/ For more information, call 724.738.2507. 102 Vincent.

2:30 p.m. | SCHEDULE CHANGE: SRU softball plays at Edinboro. (Was originally a home event.) (Doubleheader)

4:45 p.m. | Yoga for Faculty/Staff/Spouses/Domestic Partners session. Extended through April 29. 225 Patterson.

5:30 p.m. | Screening of ``Biophilic Design: Architecture for Life,'' presented as part of the CSIL Global Wealth Film Festival celebrating Earth Days at SRU. Following the movie, Christopher Leininger, an SRU parks and recreation instructor, will present ``Green Wall Research: Vertical Gardens Provide Local Food While Cooling Building.'' All students attending will receive a gift from the SRU Office of Sustainability and the chance to win prizes through a drawing. Visit: www.sru.edu/sustainability for details. Smith Student Center Theater.

7 p.m. | SRU lacrosse hosts Edinboro. Mihalik-Thompson Stadium.

7 p.m. | Bailey Library presents Anne Slanina, associate professor of elementary education and early childhood development, as featured speaker for National Library Week. Slanina is the author of a series of ``Annie Mouse'' books. Bailey Library, Special Collections Room.

7 p.m. | An evening with RJ Mitte, who played Walter White Jr., on the hit television show ``Breaking Bad.'' SRU students, free; general public, $5. Smith Student Center Ballroom.

7:30 p.m. | Sophocles classic Greek tragedy ``Electra'' will be presented as a new staging adapted by David Skeele, professor of theater, under the title ``Electra: An American Gothic.'' The preview performance precedes the world premiere tour at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland next August. Tickets, $12 general admission; $7, SRU students, are available from the Smith Student Center Information Desk; or one hour prior to curtain at the University Union Box Office. University Union.

7:30 p.m. | SRU Panorama Steel Pan Ensemble, directed by Ryan Socrates, SRU music instructor, performs on Trinidadian steel pans. Suggested admission, $5; SRU students, $3. Swope Music Hall.

7:30 p.m. | Screening of ``Blue Gold: World Water Wars,'' presented as part of the CSIL Global Wealth Film Festival celebrating Earth Days at SRU. Following the movie, SRU's David Culp, professor in the School of Business, will discuss how important fresh water is to human survival. All students attending will receive a gift from the SRU Office of Sustainability a"-*

The PASSHE SAP systems, including ESS, MSS and eTime, (affecting faculty, staff and students) will be off line for ``Disaster Recovery'' testing beginning at noon, May 9.

Faculty needing to rent regalia for the May 10 commencement should contact the SGA Bookstore in the Smith Student Center before April 25. Call 724.738.2104.

UPDATED: Individuals using Enterprise Rentals for SRU-related travel are instructed to call 724.748.7007, then select Option 4, when trying to reach the Grove City rental agency office related to all vehicle rental issues.

SRU will host six candidates for the senior associate provost for student affairs position beginning April 14. Open sessions for the candidates are as follows:

Candidate #1 - 10:15 - 11:15 a.m., April 16. 319 Smith Student Center (presentation to campus), and 12:30 -1:30 p.m., 323 Smith Student Center (presentation to students)

Candidate #2 - CANCELED.

Candidate #3 - 12:30 - 1:30 p.m., April 22. 323 Smith Student Center (presentation to students), and 3-4 p.m., 323 Smith Student Center (presentation to campus)

Candidate #4 - 12:30 - 1:30 p.m., April 24. 321 Smith Student Center (presentation to students), and 3:30 - 4:30 p.m., 321 Smith Student Center (presentation to campus)

Candidate #5 - 1:45 - 2:45 p.m., April 25. 322 Smith Student Center (presentation to campus), and 3 - 4 p.m., 322 Smith Student Center (presentation to students)

Candidate #6 - 10:15 - 11:15 a.m., April 29. 321 Smith Student Center (presentation to campus), and 12:30 - 1:30 p.m., 321 Smith Student Center (presentation to students)

Candidate resumes and schedules are available online at: www.sru.edu/sapsa .

The Presidential Commissions at SRU are seeking applicants for one-year and two-year terms that are open:

President's Commission on Disability - one faculty;

President's Commission for Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation - one staff, one faculty;

President's Commission for Race and Ethnic Diversity - one staff, one faculty;

President's Commission on Wellness: one position (at-large);

President's Commission on the Status of Women - two staff, two faculty;

President's Commission on Sustainability - one position (at-large)

For consideration, please submit a letter of interest to the Office of the President, Attn: Tina Moser, 300 Old Main, or via email to tina.moser@sru.edu . Deadline for submission is May 2.

NEXT SEVEN DAYS

April 16

6:30-7:15 a.m. | Cycle Aerobics for faculty and staff. Every Wednesday through April 30. All fitness levels. Morrow Field House.

Noon to 5 p.m. | Final day for juried student art show. Nathan Heuer, assistant professor of drawing at IUP, is the juror. Martha Gault Gallery, Maltby Center.

4:45 p.m. | SRU Student Intervention Services training for SRU administration, faculty, staff and students. To register visit: https://sruenrollment.wufoo.com/forms/identifying-and-referring-students-of-concernneed/ For more information, call 724.738.2507. 102 Vincent.

5-9 p.m. | R.A.D. Class for Women. Register at: www.sru/police . Follow-up sessions April 17-18. 206 University Union.

7-9 p.m. | SRU Potters Guild will host an open session for students, faculty and staff to show how to throw pottery and hand-build with clay. No experience required. Free. Ceramics Studio.

7:30 p.m. | SRU theatre department presents ``Electra: An American Gothic,'' updated by David Skeele, SRU theatre professor. Directed by Gordon Phetteplace, associate professor of theater. Tickets, $12 general admission; $7 SRU students. (Play will be presented at the Ediinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland in August.) University Union.

7:30 p.m. | SRU Jazz Combos, directed by Jason Kush and Ryan Socrates, both SRU music instructors. Suggested admission: $5 general public; $3, SRU students. Sheehy Theatre, Maltby Center.

8 p.m. | Weekly SRU Planetarium Show. Vincent Science Center Planetarium.

8 p.m. | Slam Poetry Club hosts semester performance. Open mic to follow. SGA Gazebo, Quad. (Rain: Bailey Library.)

April 17

All day | SRU Men's and Women's Outdoor Track Open.

11 a.m. to 5 p.m. | ``CSIL Spring into Give'' American Red Cross Blood Drive. Smith Student Center.

Noon to 2 p.m. | ``Do It In The Sand,'' chance to practice sand art. Smith Student Center.

12:30 p.m. | CANCEL: Candidate #2 for senior associate provost for student affairs. Open presentation to students.

12:30 p.m. | Kaleidoscope Arts Festival hosts an opening celebration with ``Uncommon Hour,'' activities and guest artists. Presented by SRU's College of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts. Boozel Dining Hall.

12:30 p.m. | Special performances of Sophocles classic Greek tragedy ``Electra'' presented as a new staging adapted by David Skeele, professor of theater, under the title ``Electra: An American Gothic'' for area high school students. The preview performance precedes the world premiere tour at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland next August. University Union.

3-4 p.m. | CANCELED: Candidate #2 for senior associate provost for student affairs. Open presentation to campus.

4 p.m. | Deadline to register for May 1 Hearing Board Training. Pre-registration required at: To register, https://sruenrollment.wufoo.com/forms/hearing-board-training-registation . Office of Student Conduct, Smith Student Center.

4:45 p.m. | Free tai chi classes for faculty, staff and spouses/domestic partners. Classes continue each Thursday through April 24. 225 Patterson Hall.

5 p.m. | Extended hours for the Office of Academic Records and Summer School to assist students with registration and dropping and adding classes for summer and fall.

107 Old Main.

5-9 p.m. | R.A.D. Class for Women. Register at: www.sru/police . Follow-up session April 18. 206 University Union.

5:30 p.m. | ``DIRT: The Movie,'' shown as part of the CSIL Global Wealth Film Festival celebrating SRU Earth Days 2013. Nancy Barta-Smith, SRU English professor, will provide an introduction to the film. Free. Prizes provided. Smith Student Center Theater.

7:30 p.m. | Kaleidoscope Arts Festival presents Blisstaken, a three-piece poetry/jazz performance group, including Terry Steele, SRU professor emeritus of music; Mike Wienand, former student of jazz artist Joe Negri, and Andy Johnson a lifelong poetry/jazz artist. Suggested admission, $5. Swope.

8 p.m. | ``Addicted to Plastic,'' shown as part of the CSIL Global Wealth Film Festival celebrating SRU Earth Days 2013. Free. Prizes provided. Smith Student Center Theater.

April 18

11 a.m. | CANCELED: Rock the Boat Elevator Pitch Competition informational meeting. Ideas for new enterprises welcome. Learn to develop a three-minute elevator pitch.

Noon-1 p.m. | Meditation as a way to manage stress for faculty, staff and students continues each Friday. 225 Patterson.

3 p.m. | SRU lacrosse hosts Millersville. Mihalik-Thompson Stadium.

4 and 8 p.m. | SGA Movie: ``Endless Love.'' Free admission; Free popcorn. Smith Student Center Theatre.

5-9 p.m. | R.A.D. Class for Women. Register at: www.sru/police . 206 University Union.

April 19

8:30 a.m. | Take Back the Woods, Center for Student Involvement and Leadership volunteers will assist Jennings Environmental Education Center in restoring native habitats in a local state park. Jennings Environmental Center, Slippery Rock.

11 a.m. | CANCELED: Rock the Boat Elevator Pitch Competition informational meeting. Ideas for new enterprises welcome. Learn to develop a three-minute elevator pitch. Bailey Library Lobby.

1 p.m. | SRU baseball hosts Pitt Johnstown. Jack Critchfield Park. (Doubleheader)

3 p.m. | SRU lacrosse hosts Kutztown. Mihalik-Thompson Field.

8 p.m. | SGA Movie: ``Endless Love.'' Free admission; Free popcorn. Smith Student Center Theatre.

April 20

11 a.m. | CANCEL: Rock the Boat Elevator Pitch Competition informational meeting. Ideas for new enterprises welcome. Learn to develop a three-minute elevator pitch.

8 p.m. | SGA Movie: ``Endless Love.'' Free admission; Free popcorn. Smith Student Center Theatre.

April 21

6:30-7:15 a.m. | Cycle Aerobics for faculty and staff. Every Wednesday through May 14. All fitness levels. Morrow Field House.

11 a.m. | CANCELED: Rock the Boat Elevator Pitch Competition informational meeting. Ideas for new enterprises welcome. Learn to develop a three-minute elevator pitch.

Noon to 5 p.m. | SRU Senior Bachelor of Fine Arts Solo Exhibit with works by art majors Andres Rincon, Benjamin Bires and Kyle Gercken. Martha Gault Art Gallery, Maltby Center.

3 p.m. | SRU softball hosts Salem International. SRU Softball Complex. (Doubleheader)

4:45 p.m. | Faculty/Staff Zumba class each Monday. 225 Patterson Hall.

5:30 p.m. | ``The Island President'' shown as part of the CSIL Global Wealth Film Festival celebrating SRU Earth Days 2013. Julie Snow, associate professor of geography, geology and the environment, will lead a discussion following the film. Free. Prizes provided. Smith Student Center Theater.

5:30 p.m. | ``Future Food: Big or Small shown as part of the CSIL Global Wealth Film Festival celebrating SRU Earth Days 2013. John Golden, instructor in SRU's School of Business, and director of the Sustainable Enterprise Accelerator, will lead a discussion following the film. Free. Prizes provided. Smith Student Center Theater.

8:45 p.m. | ``Home Place: Exploring Human Ecology'' shown as part of the CSIL Global Wealth Film Festival celebrating SRU Earth Days 2013. Free. Prizes provided. Smith Student Center Theater.

8:45 p.m. | SGA Senate meeting. Smith Student Center Theatre.

ON THE HORIZON

APRIL 22

10 a.m. | Earth Day Carnival sponsored by the Robert A. Macoskey Center for Sustainable Systems Education and Research. Games and activities. Quad.

Noon to 5 p.m. | SRU Senior Bachelor of Fine Arts Solo Exhibit with works by art majors Andres Rincon, Benjamin Bires and Kyle Gercken. Martha Gault Art Gallery, Maltby Center.

12:30 p.m. | Candidate #3 for senior associate provost for student affairs. Open presentation to students. 323 Smith Student Center.

12:30 p.m. | Kaleidoscope Arts Festival event: ``60-Second Lectures,'' part of the third annual Frederick Douglass Sixty Second Lectures series. Douglass, a former slave, distinguished orator, journalist, author and statesman, presented multiple public lectures on a variety of topics. SRU faculty, staff and students will present many of them. Sponsored by SRU Frederick Douglass Institute, SRU Women's Studies and Kaleidoscope. Sheehy Theatre, Maltby Center.

12:30 p.m. | Earth Day Festival'' Public health majors in Marcy Leed's ``Environmental Health'' course will present environmental health information. Healthy prizes provided. SGA Gazebo, Quad.

3-4 p.m. | Candidate #3 for senior associate provost for student affairs. Open presentation to campus. 323 Smith Student Center.

4:45 p.m. | Yoga for Faculty/Staff/Spouses/Domestic Partners session. Extended through April 29. 225 Patterson.

5:30 p.m. | ``Wisdom to Survive'' shown as part of the CSIL Global Wealth Film Festival celebrating SRU Earth Days 2013. Jack Livingston, associate professor of geography, geology and the environment, will lead a discussion following the film. Free. Prizes provided. Smith Student Center Theater.

7:30 p.m. | SRU Flute Choir and SRU Chamber Flutes present spring concert under direction of Stacey Steele, assistant professor of music who retires in May. Concert will include the new work, ``Moving On,'' by Stephen Barr, SRU assistant professor of music. Suggested admission: $5 general public; $3 students. Swope.

April 23

6:30-7:15 a.m. | Cycle Aerobics for faculty and staff. Every Wednesday through May 14. All fitness levels. Morrow Field House.

Noon to 5 p.m. | SRU Senior Bachelor of Fine Arts Solo Exhibit with works by art majors Andres Rincon, Benjamin Bires and Kyle Gercken. Martha Gault Art Gallery, Maltby Center.

5-6 p.m. | Kaleidoscope Arts Festival event: Nikki Rosato, artist-in-residence, lectures conducts interviews with residents of the community to translate into a cutout map titled ``Connections'' to be created during her visit. The work will be revealed at 11 a.m., April 26, in the Macoskey Center. Interviews in Art Building.

5 p.m. | Second annual Spring Fling Street Fair. Outside Watson Hall.

6:30 p.m. | PASA: Social Media Marketing Workshop to provide farmers with hands-on information to set up and manage social media. Register at: http://www.pasafarming.org/events/pasa-events/western-region-master-class-social-media-marketing-for-your-farm-business . SRU Sustainable Enterprise Accelerator, 165 Elm St.

7-9 p.m. | SRU Potters Guild will host an open session for students, faculty and staff to show how to throw pottery and hand-build with clay. No experience required. Free. Ceramics Studio.

8 p.m. | Weekly SRU Planetarium Show. Vincent Science Center Planetarium.

April 24

All day |Kaleidoscope Arts Festival event: Nikki Rosato, artist-in-residence, lectures conducts interviews with residents of the community to translate into a cutout map titled ``Connections'' to be created during her visit. The work will be revealed at 11 a.m., April 26, in the Macoskey Center. Interviews in Art Building.

All day | Kaleidoscope Arts Festival event: SRU art department student exhibition. Variety of artistic media. Display organized by the Martha Gault Art Society. Opening reception 5 p.m. Display continues through May 1. University Union.

10:30 a.m. | Dedication and opening of the Student Veterans Services Office. Smith Student Center.

Noon to 5 p.m. | SRU Senior Bachelor of Fine Arts Solo Exhibit with works by art majors Andres Rincon, Benjamin Bires and Kyle Gercken. Martha Gault Art Gallery, Maltby Center.

12:30 p.m. | Candidate #4 for senior associate provost for student affairs. Open presentation to students. 321 Smith Student Center.

12:30 p.m. | Black Arts Festival. Event hosted by Black Action Society at SRU, including cultural music, spoken word, crafts and art pieces. Quad.

12:30 p.m. | Blood Pressure Day: SRU exercise science students offer free blood pressure readings and related information. ARC.

3:30 p.m. | Candidate #4 for senior associate provost for student affairs. Open presentation to campus. 321 Smith Student Center.

4 p.m. | Kaleidoscope Arts Festival event: Art Moves Beyond Galleries, Internet live stream brings the ``radical self-expression'' of the annual Burning Man festival to home around the world. Eric Schruers, an SRU instructor, will share perspectives on the trend. 205 University Union.

4:45 p.m. | Free tai chi classes for faculty staff and spouses/domestic partners. Classes continue each Thursday through April 24. 225 Patterson Hall.

5:30 p.m. | ``Wisdom to Survive'' shown as part of the CSIL Global Wealth Film Festival celebrating SRU Earth Days 2013. Free. Prizes provided. Smith Student Center Theater.

7 p.m. | ``The Vagina Monologues,'' an Off-Broadway play by Eve Ensler, will be presented by SRU's Women's Studies Program and the SRU Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance. Tickets: $5 general admission; $3, SRU students. ATS Auditorium.

7:30 p.m. | CANCELED - ``The Island President'' shown as part of the CSIL Global Wealth Film Festival celebrating SRU Earth Days 2013.

April 25

All day | Kaleidoscope Arts Festival event: SRU art department student exhibition. Variety of artistic media. Display, which runs through May 1, was organized by the Martha Gault Art Society. University Union.

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. | Community e-waste collection program. For details see: http://www.sru.edu/president/Sustainability/Documents/e-waste%20collection%20program%20description.pdf . Stores II Facility, Keister Road.

11 a.m. | Adapted Physical Activity Awareness Day, introduction to outdoor sports, including beep baseball, beep kickball, tandem biking, hand cycles and five-a-side soccer. Quad.

12:30 p.m. | Spring has Sprung, Green and White Society tradition event. Quad.

1 p.m. | SRU baseball hosts Mercyhurst. Jack Critchfield Park. (Doubleheader)

3 p.m. | Theatre major auditions and interviews. Contact Becky Lindey, clerk typist II in the theatre department office at 724.738.2474.

3 p.m. | Dedication of Patterson Hall addition. Patterson.

4 and 8 p.m. | SGA Movie: ``The Lego Movie.'' Free popcorn. Smith Student Center Theater.

4 p.m. | Deadline for proposals for the 2014 President's International Professional Development Grant. Faculty and professional staff are encouraged to apply for a $1,000 award to support research, performance, presentations, conference attendance, new program development or other international activities in 2014. Activities already completed that did not receive funding, and those that will occur later in 2014 are eligible. Further details and applications available at http://www.sru.edu/academics/internationalservices/Pages/ApplicationforthePresident%27sInternationalProfessionalDevelopmentGrant.aspx .

4 p.m. | The SRU International Services Office is encouraging faculty to lead a 2015 spring break seminar, 2015 summer class, or 2016 winter session class. Application materials and details available at: http://www.sru.edu/academics/internationalservices/Pages/OverseasTeachingOpportunities.aspx .

6 p.m. | Relay for Life: Register online at http://www.relayforlife.org/PASRU . Event sponsored by SRU Colleges Against Cancer and the American Cancer Society.

7 p.m. | ``The Vagina Monologues,'' an Off-Broadway play by Eve Ensler, will be presented by SRU's Women's Studies Program and the SRU Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance. Tickets: $5 general admission; $3, SRU students. ATS Auditorium.

7:30 p.m. | SRU theatre department presents James McLure's comedies ``Laundry and Bourbon'' and ``Lone Star.'' Tickets, $12, general admission; $7, SRU students. University Union.

7:30 p.m. | The Music of David Maslanka, coordinated by Jason Kush, assistant professor of music. Performances by SRU Saxophone quartet, SRU Chamber Singers, SRU Wind Ensemble, SRU Percussion Ensemble and SRU faculty trio, Nanette Kaplan Solomon, professor of music; Paige Riggs, instructor, and Kush. Suggested donation, $5; SRU students, $3.

8 p.m. | German Club Movie. 111 Spotts Auditorium.

April 26

All day |Kaleidoscope Arts Festival event: Nikki Rosato, artist-in-residence, lectures conducts interviews with residents of the community to translate into a cutout map titled ``Connections'' to be created during her visit. The work will be revealed at 11 a.m., April 26, in the Macoskey Center. Interviews in Art Building.

All day | Kaleidoscope Arts Festival event: SRU art department student exhibition. Variety of artistic media. Display, which runs through May 1, was organized by the Martha Gault Art Society. University Union.

8 a.m. | Freshman Orientation. Smith Student Center.

9:30 a.m. | Exercise Science Alumni Palooza. Bruch, followed by walking tours of campus, tours of Patterson Hall and an afternoon social. Patterson Lobby.

10 a.m. | Rock Football Golf Outing. Shotgun start for 18 holes; 5 p.m. dinner. Call 724.738.2780 to sign up: $125 per person. Oakview Golf Club.

10 a.m. | Kaleidoscope Event: Roberto Sanchez Pierola of Lima Peru, and a playwright, poet and performance artist, lectures. Master classes require pre-registration; contact Colleen Reilly, assistant professor of theater and event organizer, at 724.738.4586. University Union.

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. | Community e-waste collection program. For details see: http://www.sru.edu/president/Sustainability/Documents/e-waste%20collection%20program%20description.pdf . Stores II Facility, Keister Road.

10 a.m. to 6 p.m. | Kaleidoscope Event: Earth Day Celebration with the Macoskey Center. Arts, crafts, games and activities. Free music. Macoskey Center.

11 a.m. | Volleyball Alumni Day. All day volleyball. Dinner, 4:30 p.m., Ski Lodge. Games in Morrow Field House.

Noon - 2 p.m. | 2014 Congressional High School Art Competition. Event sponsored by U.S. House of Representatives. Martha Gault Art Gallery.

5-6 p.m. | Kaleidoscope Event: Opening exhibition for student exh

6 p.m. | SRU Alumni Association annual Recognition Awards Banquet. Alumni House.

7 p.m. | ``The Vagina Monologues,'' an Off-Broadway play by Eve Ensler, will be presented by SRU's Women's Studies Program and the SRU Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance. Tickets: $5 general admission; $3, SRU students. ATS Auditorium.

April 27

All day | Kaleidoscope Arts Festival event: SRU art department student exhibition. Variety of artistic media. Display, which runs through May 1, was organized by the Martha Gault Art Society. University Union.

7:30 a.m. | SRU Campus Recreation Mini-Triathlon - swim, bike, run. Can participate as individuals or three-person team. Race on campus. Begins at ARC.

1:30 p.m. | SRU Graduate Admission Honors Reception. Alumni House.

2 and 7:30 p.m. | SRU theatre department presents James McLure's comedies ``Laundry and Bourbon'' and ``Lone Star.'' Tickets, $12, general admission; $7, SRU students. University Union.

3:30 p.m. | Kaleidoscope Event: Cleveland Chinese Music Ensemble of classic and folk music with traditional Chinese instruments. Suggested donation, $5. Swope.

6 p.m. | UPB Event: Spring concert Wale and Juicy J, with special guest opening act Chevy Woods and BAS. Tickets, SRU students $15; general public, $30. Must be age 18 or older to purchase tickets or attend concert. ARC.

April 28

All day | Kaleidoscope Arts Festival event: SRU art department student exhibition. Variety of artistic media. Display organized by the Martha Gault Art Society. Display continues through May 1. University Union.

6:30-7:15 a.m. | Cycle Aerobics for faculty and staff. Every Wednesday through May 14. All fitness levels. Morrow Field House.

Noon to 5 p.m. | SRU Senior Bachelor of Fine Arts Solo Exhibit with works by art majors Marina Panaia, Jamie Antoszyk and Mauricia Torres. Martha Gault Art Gallery, Maltby Center.

4:45 p.m. | Faculty/Staff Zumba class each Monday. 225 Patterson Hall.

5:30 p.m. | Kaleidoscope Event: Documentary ``Blood Brother,'' winner of the 2013 Sundance Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award. Made by Steve Hoover, the work follows a Pittsburgh man's impromptu trip to India and its life changing consequences. ATS.

2 and 7:30 p.m. | SRU theatre department presents James McLure's comedies ``Laundry and Bourbon'' and ``Lone Star.'' Tickets, $12, general admission; $7, SRU students. University Union.

ONGOING:

SRU's safety management major is temporarily closed and the department is not processing any change-of-major requests during the pre-registration and registration period, which runs through April 21. Students with a 2.50 grade point average and interested in changing their major should complete a Change of Major Form and return it to the department secretary in 208 BSB. Students may be accepted once registration is complete and seats are available in the courses. Submitted requests will be numbered and dated for acceptance. Students are still able to take required courses in the safety major, including "Intro to Safety," "Security in the Workplace," "Intro to Chem. I," "Intro to Chem. II," "Statistics I," "Organizational Behavior" and "Human Resource Management" which are open to non-safety majors.

INSTRUCTION/INFORMATION

Faculty, staff and students are urged to sign up for emergency alerts related to SRU. Those not registered, or needing to update information on e2Campus may do so by clicking the emergency alert icon found at:

http://www.sru.edu/PublicRelations/Pages/SRUAlerts.aspx and following the simple instructions. Emergency information is also posted on the SRU homepage, sent via campus email and shared with the regional news media.

For details regarding requests for mass emails, including campus surveys, on campus, click: http://www.sru.edu/PublicRelations/newsInfo/Pages/RequestMassE-Mail.aspx .

http://www.sru.edu/PublicRelations/newsInfo/Pages/FraudulentE-Mail.aspx .

Items appearing in top of the rock are taken from the SRU Master Activity Calendar. The calendar is also used for submission of items to the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Chancellor's Office and regional newspapers. Items should be posted as

soon as the basic information is assembled. For details about posting items on the hotmaicalendar (or making changes), click here: http://www.sru.edu/PublicRelations/newsInfo/Pages/PostSRUMasterActivityCalendar.aspx .

University Newsroom: http://www.sru.edu/PublicRelations/Pages/UniversityPublicRelations.aspx

rockpride online: http://rockpride.sru.edu

SRU Crime Information Tip line: 724.738.2SRU (724.738.2778)