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“Diversity in the Heart of a Hospital”

March 22, 2018 General Comments Off on “Diversity in the Heart of a Hospital” Posted By: John T. Noble

FOR CHAPEL CREDIT: Today at 1 PM in Longaker Recital Hall, the Center for Non-Western Studies and the Student Health Profession Organization will host Dr. Arie Eisenman, a Jewish Israeli, and head of Internal Medicine in the Emergency Dept. at the Galilee Medical Center; and Dr. Khaled Atalla, a Christian Arab Israeli, and a specialist in Internal Medicine and resident in Emergency Medicine at the Galilee Medical Center.

Only 6 miles from the Lebanese border, the Galilee Medical Center has a long history of readiness for mass-casualty events. GMC was the first in Israel to build an underground hospital, enabling it to provide continuous, safe care to patients in the event of warfare. GMC serves a mixed population of Jews, Muslims, Christians, and Druze, providing care in the last several years to more than 2,000 Syrians affected by the unrest, about a third of whom are women and children under the age of 18.

Drs. Eisenman and Atalla will present “Diversity in The Heart of a Hospital,” addressing ethnic diversity and coexistence in the Western Galilee and the impact it has upon the work in the hospital. This PPT presentation includes a detailed description of the area, the medical center, the various communities as well as Dr. Atalla’s personal story and how the coexistence affected the medical center and the region during the Second Lebanese War and the War in Syria. The presentation is followed by short footage made by French TV (in English).

Alums & Friends Connected In Colorado

March 22, 2018 General Comments Off on Alums & Friends Connected In Colorado Posted By: Marcy Hawkins

Alumni and Advancement staff just returned from Colorado after an event in Colorado Springs and another in Littleton. Nearly 50 alumni and friends attended these events, including several Future Foresters! It was a great time for all to reconnect and hear what God is doing at HU. Front Line Forester Derek Nichols also attended, sharing his testimony and his HU experience. Both events concluded with a Q & A, with many of those questions directed to Derek. All in all, our Colorado gatherings were a big success!

Learn from a Leader – Ron Freeman 4/3 6 pm

March 22, 2018 General Comments Off on Learn from a Leader – Ron Freeman 4/3 6 pm Posted By: Brock Zehr

During this presentation, you will learn leadership lessons from a business leader. Ron Freeman is the President of Jay Petroleum, which operates the Pak-A-Sak chain of convenience stores in Indiana and Ohio. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Huntington University and MBA from Indiana Wesleyan. Currently, he serves as secretary of the Huntington University Board of Trustees. This event will occur April 3, 6 – 7 pm, Loew Brenn room 055. Please RSVP via EventBrite.com.

HU Bookstore Closed for Spring Break

March 22, 2018 General Comments Off on HU Bookstore Closed for Spring Break Posted By: HU Bookstore

The bookstore will be closed over spring break and also Easter Monday, April 2nd. Please visit our website www.huntington.bkstr.com .

If you need to reach out to us, please email 1376txt@follett.com. We will be checking emails on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning of spring break. Phone messages will also be checked those mornings. The bookstore phone number is 260-359-4070.

“Diversity in the Heart of a Hospital”

March 21, 2018 General Comments Off on “Diversity in the Heart of a Hospital” Posted By: John T. Noble

FOR CHAPEL CREDIT: On Thursday, March 22, at 1 PM in Longaker Recital Hall, the Center for Non-Western Studies and the Student Health Profession Organization will host Dr. Arie Eisenman, a Jewish Israeli, and head of Internal Medicine in the Emergency Dept. at the Galilee Medical Center; and Dr. Khaled Atalla, a Christian Arab Israeli, and a specialist in Internal Medicine and resident in Emergency Medicine at the Galilee Medical Center.

Only 6 miles from the Lebanese border, the Galilee Medical Center has a long history of readiness for mass-casualty events. GMC was the first in Israel to build an underground hospital, enabling it to provide continuous, safe care to patients in the event of warfare. GMC serves a mixed population of Jews, Muslims, Christians, and Druze, providing care in the last several years to more than 2,000 Syrians affected by the unrest, about a third of whom are women and children under the age of 18.

Drs. Eisenman and Atalla will present “Diversity in The Heart of a Hospital,” addressing ethnic diversity and coexistence in the Western Galilee and the impact it has upon the work in the hospital. This PPT presentation includes a detailed description of the area, the medical center, the various communities as well as Dr. Atalla’s personal story and how the coexistence affected the medical center and the region during the Second Lebanese War and the War in Syria. The presentation is followed by short footage made by French TV (in English).

INTERNSHIP STORY – HUNTER SCHWOB

March 21, 2018 General Comments Off on INTERNSHIP STORY – HUNTER SCHWOB Posted By: Kyle Shondell

Sophomore, Hunter Schwob, used his J-Term to gain beneficial experience right here in Huntington County. Schwob, a history major, interned at the Forks of the Wabash, a historic museum just outside of Huntington.

“I was drawn to the Forks of the Wabash because I wanted to gain an experience on how museums were run, how the teaching aspect comes into play, and what challenges all that entails,” said Schwob.

Host to a multitude of events and manager of several trails and natural park features, the Forks of the Wabash served as an excellent growing ground for his experiential learning.

“I learned how to use (different software) in ways I never had before,” Schwob noted, “I learned what it takes to apply for various grants, and a lot more.”
When asked how this experience impacted his outlook on this field, he replied that it had “vastly changed” his outlook.

“Not only do I need to understand history, but also problem solving skills and (an ability) to complete tasks.”

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN LEARNING AND GAINING VALUABLE EXPERIENCE FROM AN INTERNSHIP LIKE HUNTER DID?
REACH OUT TO KYLE OR MARTHA IN THE ERC/CAREER SERVICES!

“Diversity in the Heart of a Hospital”

March 20, 2018 General Comments Off on “Diversity in the Heart of a Hospital” Posted By: John T. Noble

FOR CHAPEL CREDIT: On Thursday, March 22, at 1 PM in Longaker Recital Hall, the Center for Non-Western Studies and the Student Health Profession Organization will host Dr. Arie Eisenman, a Jewish Israeli, and head of Internal Medicine in the Emergency Dept. at the Galilee Medical Center; and Dr. Khaled Atalla, a Christian Arab Israeli, and a specialist in Internal Medicine and resident in Emergency Medicine at the Galilee Medical Center.

Only 6 miles from the Lebanese border, the Galilee Medical Center has a long history of readiness for mass-casualty events. GMC was the first in Israel to build an underground hospital, enabling it to provide continuous, safe care to patients in the event of warfare. GMC serves a mixed population of Jews, Muslims, Christians, and Druze, providing care in the last several years to more than 2,000 Syrians affected by the unrest, about a third of whom are women and children under the age of 18.

Drs. Eisenman and Atalla will present “Diversity in The Heart of a Hospital,” addressing ethnic diversity and coexistence in the Western Galilee and the impact it has upon the work in the hospital. This PPT presentation includes a detailed description of the area, the medical center, the various communities as well as Dr. Atalla’s personal story and how the coexistence affected the medical center and the region during the Second Lebanese War and the War in Syria. The presentation is followed by short footage made by French TV (in English).

RX Help Center

March 20, 2018 General Comments Off on RX Help Center Posted By: Jean Cole

UPDATED NEWS regarding the RX Help Center. You can now access the RX Help Center through the Unified Group Services website. Login or create a login to the website. www.unifiedgrp.com

Our plan number is 2302. On the far right click on RX Help Center. The application and assistance are now available directly from this page. Refer to the attachment for screen shots.

What is RX Help Center? It is a prescription drug benefit program concierge service that can seeks to find ways to assist with the cost of medications. Anyone enrolled in the HU medical plan is eligible to apply for potential cost savings by completing the application process, this enables RX Help to search for the best benefit available for you.

If you’re spending $75 or more total per month on prescription medications, you should submit your application today. Sometimes they can find cost reductions and in some cases the medications are covered at no cost to you-$0.00. And there is no cost to apply. Why not give it a try!

If you need assistance with logging in or have specific questions you can contact Unified directly at 800-291-5837.

Spring Break March 24,-April 2,2018

March 20, 2018 General Comments Off on Spring Break March 24,-April 2,2018 Posted By: JUNE FREDERICK

DINING SERVICES 2018 SPRING BREAK HOURS OF OPERATION
HABECKER DINING COMMONS

FRIDAY MARCH 23,2018
BREAKFAST – 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM
LUNCH – 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
DINNER – CLOSED

NORMS & STARBUCKS
FRIDAY MARCH 23,2018
NORMS – 8:00 AM -2:00 PM
STARBUCKS – 7:30 AM – 2:00 PM

WEEK OF SPRING BREAK
HABECKER DINING AND NORMS & STARBUCKS WILL BE CLOSED
MARCH 24,2018 TO APRIL 2,2018.

APRIL 2,2018
HABECKER DINING SERVICES WILL OPEN FROM 5:00PM TO 7:00 PM FOR DINNER.
APRIL 03,2018 – DINING SERVICE’S & NORM’S & STARBUCKS
WILL RESUME NORMAL HOURS ON TUES APRIL 03, 2018

ENJOY YOUR BREAK AND HAPPY EASTER.
CHARTWELLS DINING SERVICES

Correction to Habecker Dining Hours for Spring Break

March 20, 2018 General Comments Off on Correction to Habecker Dining Hours for Spring Break Posted By: JUNE FREDERICK

Habecker Dining Hours

MARCH 23,2018
BREAKFAST 7:00AM – 9:30AM
LUNCH – 11:00AM – 1:00 PM

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FORESTER LECTURE! April 24th

20 Apr 2018 | Posted By: David E. Alexander

Our very own, Dr. John Noble will deliver the annual Faculty Forester Lecture on April 24th. Don’t miss it! Chapel Credit is available. Here are the details: Lecturer: Dr. John Noble, Assistant Professor of Bible and Religion, Huntington University Title: “Hagar: A Paradigm of Retribution and Redemption for the Alien.” …

Senior Showcase – This Saturday

19 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Theatre Department

7:30PM in Zurcher Auditorium. Saturday, April 21. ADMISSION IS FREE!!! Presenting selections from great American plays and musicals: GYPSY, LUCKY STIFF, LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT, RABBIT HOLE, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, and more!

Senior Showcase – this Saturday

18 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Theatre Department

Don’t miss the Theatre Department’s Senior Showcase this Saturday, April 21 at 7:30PM in Zurcher Auditorium. Admission is FREE!!! Come support our graduating seniors as we celebrate their work over the years.

General

Campus Update

20 Apr 2018

The Spring Board of Trustees will take place on April 19 – 20 in different locations on campus. Dr. Emberton will provide an update to the campus community on Tuesday, April 24 at 4:00 p.m. in Hiner Hall. All faculty and staff are invited to attend this session.

HU calendar events

20 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Margaret Pasko

If you can’t remember the date of events on campus, you can always check the HU calendar at www.huntington.edu/events.

Senior Showcase – this Saturday

20 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Theatre Department

What are you doing Saturday night? 7:30PM in Zurcher Auditorium. ADMISSION IS FREE!!! Program will last about 50 minutes, followed by a reception for our seniors in the MCA lobby Presenting selections from great American plays and musicals: GYPSY, LUCKY STIFF, LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT, RABBIT HOLE, A STREETCAR …

Announcements

Expressions of Thanks

27 Feb 2018 | Posted By: Greg Smitley

Thank you for the flowers, cards, personal visits, thoughts and prayers for our family over the loss of my beloved father, Charles Smitley Your generosity, kindness, and thoughtfulness have been a great encouragement. “The memory of the righteous will be a blessing…” Prov. 10:7

Princess and Superhero Academy

1 Feb 2018 | Posted By: Melanie Park

If you know a child who would love to be a princess or superhero for an afternoon, be sure to check out this fund raiser being sponsored by the Viking Volume show choir at Huntington North High School. See the flyer for more details including information for online registration.

Thanks for Your Expressions of Sympathy

18 Dec 2017 | Posted By: Karen Jones

I was sincerely blessed by the flowers, cards, and personal messages shared by the Huntington family after the loss of my father. Your actions reminded me of the importance of community and friendship during times of grief and crisis. Thank you for your expressions of love and sympathy.

Sports News

**SPECIAL INVITATION FROM HU BASEBALL**

20 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The HU baseball team is adding a very special player to its roster by “adopting” two-year old cancer patient Teddy Nix as part of the national Friends of Jaclyn program. Teddy will be signing his HU Letter of Intent on Thursday, April 26, at 5:45PM at Forest Glen Park. The …

SOFTBALL

20 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The HU softball team split its twin bill with the Cougars of Spring Arbor (17-21, 11-15) Thursday afternoon at Cougar Field. After suffering a 6-3 loss in the opener, the Foresters bounced back with a 5-3 win in the nightcap. Gower’s crew split with SAU at home as well to …

BASEBALL

19 Apr 2018 | Posted By: Joanne Green, SID

The HU baseball team opened up its regular season series with #RV Taylor University (32-10, 12-5) Wednesday afternoon at Forest Glen with a 9-1 loss to the Trojans. The Foresters have struggled a bit as of late having lost four of its last six contests. Frame’s crew got off to …