ATSU Student Ambassadors are collecting donations of food and toys to give to  “SAVE THE FAMILY”
Please donate ANY of the following:

Food:
• Cereal
• Pancake Mix
• Peanut Butter & Jelly
• Tuna Fish
• Macaroni & Cheese
• Canned Pork & Beans
• Ketchup
• Saltine Crackers
• Pasta
• Juice
• Canned Fruit

Toys (ages 3-18):
• Action Figures
• Board Games
• Arts and Crafts items
• Gift Cards
• Sports Balls
• Manicure Sets
• Electronics
• Headphones
• Lego Sets
• DVDs

Other:
• Hygiene products
• Household products

 

Questions? Speak to any of our Ambassadors. Deadline to donate: 12/02.

On Nov 5th (Wednesday) and Nov 6th (Thursday) the City of Mesa has scheduled the seal coating of Inverness Dr. from Sunview to Higley Rd..
The work will require lane restrictions that will change from day to day. It is important to follow posted construction speed limits and pay attention to traffic control changes. Turn movements at the intersection may be restricted during this process.

Traffic will be more congested than normal during peak times. Please stay courteous, obey all traffic signage and leave extra time on your commute to and from the campus.

If you will be walking or riding a bicycle to/from the University please stay extra vigilant as there will be extra traffic congestion due to lane restrictions.
NO PARKING will be allowed on Inveresss Dr. during this process so please plan accordingly.

We appreciate your patience during this improvement process.

The ATSU Chapter of the Student Academy of Audiology has several days and times set this week to provide the opportunity to have earmold impressions taken to purchase custom fit earmolds for hearing protection or for listening to your audio devices such as your smart phone or other devices.

Stop by during the following times/places; you can also chat with an SAA Member in the Lobby all week.
Monday: 11a – 5p Superstition
Tuesday: 11a-Noon Yucca
Wednesday: Noon – 1p & 2:30p – 5p Yucca
Thursday: 9a – 4p Sage
Friday: 11:30 – 4:30p Yucca
A variety of products, including sound plugs, musician’s plugs, earbuds for headphones and more are available (prices ranging from ~$75 to $130 depending on the type of earmolds you order).

If you have questions, please email saa@atsu.edu.

Thanks to the following for their support of the 2014 Fall Wellness Week activities:

Leiftime Fitness

Country Inn & Suites

Hot Pepper Yoga

Dr. John Heick

Ross Farnsworth East Valley YMCA

Jessica Markbreiter

Elena Mendoza Stone

Human Resources

Safety, Security & Operations

Please join us next week, on Friday, October 31, 2014 from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. in Cougar, to hear our special luncheon guest speaker, Dr. Thomas Curtin.

Thomas Curtin, MD, served as Chief Clinical Officer for the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC), for seventeen years.  NACHC represents the nation’s dominate health care provider; the national safety-net of 1,300 community-based organizations serving twenty-three-million individuals through nine-thousand clinics.

After graduating from Michigan State, Dr. Curtin accepted a NHSC position in a rural northern Michigan CHC, where he eventually served as Medical Director, then Executive Director.  He became a Board member for his Health Center while serving as the National Association’s clinical leader.

From his position at NACHC, Dr. Curtin helped forge the partnerships we call ASDOH & SOMA.  Having retired from NACHC, Dr. Curtin has been drawn back to Health Centers and again serves as the Medical Director of his community’s CHC.

 

Come for the inspiration brought by Dr. Curtin’s practical and frank approach to healing and leadership!

Lunch will be provided.  If you plan to attend, please RSVP to Rosemary Jones at rljones@atsu.edu.

Have you lost sunglasses, lunch bag, water bottle, coffee mug, sweatshirt, sweater, books?  ATSU lost and found is at the front desk of the main building (5850).

Items that have been in lost and found over one month will be donated to Goodwill.

 

On Saturday, October 25th the landscapers will be scalping the lawns in the morning in preparation for seeding the winter lawn.  This process causes flying dust and grass clippings, so if you are on campus Saturday you may want to park your car away from the lawn areas.

The grass will need extensive watering during the first few weeks.

Please exercise caution as some areas of the sidewalks may be slippery.

Those who park on Sunview and Inverness we ask that you do not walk on the south grass until the lawn is established (3 weeks).

Annual ATSU Chili Cook Off!
Friday, October 24

Have a great chili recipe? Sign-up now by e-mailing Charlotte Ziembiec, Student Life Coordinator, at cziembiec@atsu.edu.

Open to ALL students, faculty, and staff.

 On Oct 8th (Wednesday) and Oct 9th (Thursday) the City of Mesa will be seal coating Sunview from Baseline up to and including the cul de sac at the YMCA Entrance.
The work will require lane restrictions that will change from day to day. It is important to follow posted construction speed limits and pay attention to traffic control changes. Turn movements at the intersection may be restricted during this process.
NO PARKING will be allowed on Sunview during this process so please plan accordingly.

The YMCA can be accessed through the ATSU Main North parking lot.
The ASDA Community Service Committee is collecting donations for Operation Christmas Child during the month of October. Look for donation boxes located around campus and consider donating for a child in need. We are collecting toys, school supplies, clothes, accessories, and hygiene items. 

Whether affected by war, poverty, disease, or natural disasters, a simple gift this holiday season can truly make a difference in the life of a child. Millions of children around the world will receive gifts this year through Operation Christmas Child, bringing them joy and showing them compassion. Lets show them ATSU cares.    
 
For additional information contact Celia Sommer.

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