January 11, 2018

 

My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this:  Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry, because human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires.

James: 1:19-20

NEWS:

Keith Quesenberry, assistant professor of marketing, was recently quoted in the New York Times article “Yes, More Facebook Friends Are Asking You for Money” on Dec. 26. He also published an article in Harvard Business Review “The Basic Social Media Mistakes Companies Still Make”  on Jan. 2.

Dr. Dottie Weigel, Graduate Program in Higher Education, was appointed to the editorial board for The Journal of The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. The Journal is a semiannual, refereed publication providing current research on the first college year and other significant student transitions.

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MESSIAH 411

EMPOWER is back!

One of the most popular wellness programs we’ve offered at Messiah is back for the spring semester. EMPOWER is an on-site weight management program that enables participants to move forward in meeting personal goals, provides helpful knowledge in the areas of physical activity and nutrition, and creates a community of support.

Through eight weekly meetings, utilizing interactive engagement with a senior health coach and individual sharing, participants are guided into a lifetime of weight management success, and strengthened by a community of support within the workplace.

We are offering the 8-week program on Mondays from 12:30-1:30 p.m., beginning Jan. 29. We can only offer the program if we get at least 15 employees to register, so find a friend and sign up today. Please only register if you are able to attend at least six of the eight sessions. Register by emailing Doug Miller at dmiller@messiah.edu. Deadline for registrations is Jan. 15.

Career and Professional Development Center announces spring semester Pizza with Professionals sessions

The Career and Professional Development Center is pleased to announce the following Pizza with Professionals sessions:

Jan. 18 – Fellows Programs, noon-1 p.m., Jordan 374
Feb. 16 – AMES Companies, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Boyer 237
Feb. 21 – Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Parmer Cinema
Feb. 27 – Select Medical, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Parmer Cinema
Feb. 28- Church World Service, 12:30-1:30 p.m., Parmer Cinema

During these sessions a representative (often a Messiah College alum) will talk about the organization, their own career path and any job or internship opportunities available. This will be followed by a brief question and answer session. Free pizza will be served.

Your help is appreciated in passing this information along to students. Educators are also welcome to attend! Register for sessions via our Upcoming Events page: https://www.messiah.edu/info/21116/upcoming_events

Feel free to contact Abby Book with any questions at abook@messiah.edu.

Rave text alerts

The College utilizes Rave Text Alert to send notifications to both students and employees for campus emergency notifications or college delays/closings. The directions for signing up are provided here. Questions can be directed to Lisa Snyder at ext. 2080 or lsnyder@messiah.edu.

Personal branding – networking breakfast

Networking Breakfast – “Personal branding that benefits others”
Date: Wed., Feb. 21
Speakers: David Hagenbuch and Keith Quesenberry

Businesses often invest significant time and energy to build their brands. Individuals should do the same, not just for their own benefit but for the good of the organizations they serve, as well as for others. But, what is a personal brand and how should people go about building theirs?

Messiah College marketing professors David Hagenbuch and Keith Quesenberry are well-qualified to answer these questions. Both have written books related to personal branding and each brings considerable experience to bear on what has become an increasingly important, but often misunderstood topic.

Join us at the next Messiah College Business Alumni networking breakfast to hear Hagenbuch and Quesenberry share their unique perspectives and learn how strong personal brands can have positive impact beyond their owners.

For more information about the speakers, http://www.davidhagenbuch.com http://www.postcontrolmarketing.com

Itinerary:
7 – 7:30 a.m. | Registration and networking
7:30 – 9 a.m.| Event Speaker
9 a.m. | Event concludes, but guests are encouraged to stay and network

Location:
Messiah College, Martin Commons
Register at http://attend.com/mcba221

CLASSIFIEDS:

Job opportunities:

The Office of Development has an opening for a full-time regional advancement representative. For additional information and to apply, please visit: http://jobs.messiah.edu/postings/12098. Job related questions may be directed to Bob Brown at bbrown@messiah.edu.

For sale:

Amazon Echo. New 2nd generation Amazon Echo for sale. Unopened, still in packaging from shipping. We received it as a present for Christmas, but it isn’t practical in our home. Retails at $99.99, requesting $75. Contact Cady at csullivan@messiah.edu.

Table and chairs. Wood table and 4 chairs for kitchen or dining room. Table is 40” x 54” (expands to 72” with 18” leaf); chairs have upholstered seats (tan fabric). $450. Contact Dan Schmidt at dschmidt@messiah.edu.

Free:

Base Cabinets & Countertops. Four wooden base cabinets (36″ W x 23″ D x 29″ H) suitable for garage or workshop. Formica countertops (24″ D x 7′ L) for base cabinets. Contact John at jmeyer@messiah.edu.

 

 

 

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