As you know, on October 1, at the annual State of the University Address, I announced my plans to retire from service to West Chester University, effective March 31, 2016. It has been an extraordinary opportunity and privilege to serve as the 14th president of WCU.
The Office of Student Leadership & Involvement and WCU's Greek community held its annual Hazing Prevention Week Sept. 21-25. The emphasis was on both education and fun, with activities ranging from a documentary about the realities of hazing, sponsored by the Student Activities Council, to free doughnuts distributed on the Quad by Delta Zeta sorority. Hazing Prevention Week is a national initiative sponsored by the nonprofit organization, HazingPrevention.Org.
Smartphone use is increasing exponentially -- by 2017, 65 percent of all Americans will own a smartphone. But many are unaware of the cyber security risks in using a smartphone.
Frank J. Piscitello Jr., WCU's information security officer, suggests a few ways to stay safe on your smartphone.
The University community is a busy place, especially at the end of each semester. So, mark your calendars now and set aside time to attend one or more of these holiday events this December.