January 31, 2005
IN THIS ISSUE ... 
Economic Development Conference
Senior Day success
SACS Update
Moffetts lead Omega parade
New names for residences
Student Housing relocates
New housing open house
Driver training course dates
Graduation application deadline
Tsunami aid campaign
Ben's Kicks for Kids
Annual "bingo" fun
United Way participation
Foreign Languages hosts meeting
Black History Month lecture Tuesday
SLWP Summer Institute
Outside/dual employment
Upcoming business seminars
Welcome Week spirit
Upcoming events
This week in athletics
Professional activities

Governor to speak at Rural Economic Development Conference Feb. 1-3
Louisiana Governor Kathleen Babineaux Blanco will be the featured speaker at the second annual Rural Economic Development Conference to be held at Southeastern Feb. 1-3. 
      The governor is scheduled to speak at 9:50 a.m. on Thursday, the final day of the conference. The featured speaker on Wednesday will be Louisiana Secretary of Economic Development Mike Olivier, who will address the group at 8: 15 a.m. The conference will be held at the University Center.
      Sponsored by the Governor’s Office of Rural Development and the Police Jury Association of Louisiana, the conference will focus on “Technology: the Back Road to Rural Louisiana.” Approximately 600 participants are expected to attend from throughout the state. Last year’s conference was held at Northwestern Louisiana University in Natchitoches. 
      The conference will necessitate the designation of certain areas on Southeastern’s north campus that are currently reserved for student parking for individuals attending the event. 
      University Police Director Paul Marek said the parking lot located behind the Alumni Center, the Section 7 lot at the University Center, and the parking area located north of the University Avenue underpass will not be available for students Feb. 1-3. 
      On Feb. 3, the conference ends at noon, freeing the parking area north of the underpass and Section 7 lot. However, the parking area behind the Alumni Center will remain closed for parade assembly for the Krewe of Omega, which rolls that evening. 
      Marek recommended that students park in the nearby lot north of Textbook Rental and consider carpooling during the event. Students who live in university residences will be expected to keep their vehicles in their assigned lots. In addition, Marek said officers will be on site to direct students to available parking on campus.
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Future students visit campus
Southeastern hosted one of the largest Senior Days in recent history on Saturday, when high school seniors and their parents visited campus for an informal and entertaining introduction to the university. Students and parents took campus tours, browsed exhibits on academic programs and attended presentations on admissions, scholarships, and financial aid opportunities. They also got to tour new residential housing facilities. 
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SACS UPDATE
Meet the SACS on-site review team
The two members of Southeastern's SACS on-site review team who will be primarily responsible for evaluating the university's Quality Enhancement Plan have been identified. Both are nationally-recognized experts in the area of academic advising. 
     Dr. Alice Reinarz is currently the interim assistant provost for enrollment at Texas A & M  University in College Station, Texas. Dr. Reinarz was formerly the associate dean of undergraduate studies at Texas A & M, and has previously served at the University of Michigan and the University of Texas at Austin as the director of academic advising centers. She has frequently been an instructor at the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) Summer  Institutes and also serves on the 2004-2005 NACADA Administrator's Institute Advisory Board and the NACADA Publications Advisory Board.  NACADA is the country's most recognized national organization dedicated to promoting high standards for academic advising. Her publications, presentations, and consultancies on the topics of academic advising and the importance of academic advising to the collegiate learning experience are numerous. At Texas A & M where she is also a clinical professor in the Department of Pathobiology, Dr. Reinarz served as a member of the Texas A & M QEP team. 
    Nancy Walburn is currently the director of the Division of General Studies at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. As director, she provides leadership for advising and academic support services to undeclared and pre-professional majors at UAB. She is currently serving a three-year term on the NACADA Board of Directors, and she was the NACADA Region IV chair from 1992 to 1996. She was awarded the NACADA Outstanding Advising Administrator Award in 2003. In her role at UAB, Ms. Walburn also coordinates the University's freshmen experience course, and she is chair of the University's standing committee on academic advising policy. 
     "Southeastern is very fortunate to get two outstanding people to serve on the SACS visiting team," said Dr. Beatrice Baldwin, assistant vice president for academic affairs and the university's SACS liaison. "These individuals will not only evaluate our QEP for SACS, but will also provide recommendations for the plan and the implementation process. They are very familiar with the national trends, research, and issues. We are looking forward to their feedback."
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Moffetts to serve as Krewe of Omega grand marshalls
President Randy Moffett and his wife Barbara will serve as Grand Marshals for the Krewe of Omega’s 2005 Mardi Gras parade scheduled to roll in Hammond at 6 p.m. Thursday (Feb. 3).
     “We are both extremely honored to serve this year as Grand Marshals,” said Randy Moffett. “Hammond has been home for Barbara and me for nearly 30 years now, and the Krewe of Omega is one of the traditional celebrations associated with both Southeastern and the city. We are thrilled to be part of this year’s parade.”
     Omega Captain Joyce Smith said Randy and Barbara Moffett were selected as Grand Marshals for their tremendous community spirit and for their ongoing efforts to make Southeastern a strong educational partner for Hammond and the entire region.
     The Krewe of Omega will leave its staging area at the Southeastern University Center on University Avenue and roll straight onto General Pershing, turn left on Dakota, right on Oak Street, right on Charles Street, left of East Thomas Street, left on Railroad Ave. returning to the University Center.
      The Krewe was started informally by the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity at Southeastern in the late 1970s and was officially formed under the name Northlake Carnival Club in 1986. During Mardi Gras season, the Krewe traditionally begins its parade day by traveling from Kentwood to Ponchatoula honoring and toasting the mayors of all the cities along the north-south railroad track in Tangipahoa. The day concludes with the night parade in Hammond.
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CAB's events, promotions featured in magazine
Southeastern's Campus Activities Board was featured in a recent edition of the Association for Promotion of Campus Activities Student Activities Journal. The section touted CAB's popular "Southeastern Star" competition, Southeastern's version of "American Idol," as well as important CAB events such as Gumbo Ya Ya and Strawberry Jubilee. It also spotlighted CAB's promotion strategies, such as CAB's "DUDE, check out today's event" t-shirts worn by members on meeting and special event days and the organization's giant inflatable lion which calls attention to CAB activities.
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New residence hall namesAime Anderson, director of Residential Services, left, and SGA President Brett Bova, right, congratulate Sabrina Anzalone, administrative coordinator in the College of Arts and Sciences dean's office, who submitted one of the winning entries in the contest to name Southeastern's new residence halls.
New halls now have names
The letters that temporarily designated Southeastern's new residence halls while construction was underway have now been replaced by real names, thanks to a campus wide contest. "AA, AB, AC, and AD" are now "Washington Hall," "St. Tammany Hall," "Tangiphaoa Hall," and "Hammond Hall," respectively.
     Residential Services Director Aime Anderson and SGA President Brett Bova announced the winning names on Jan. 28. Last year, contest participants were asked to submit names with a Louisiana theme. Since more than one person suggested that the new residence halls be named for southeast Louisiana parishes, names were drawn to determine the ultimate winner. 
     The winners receive $250 in Lions Lagniappe funds.
     Lezlie Haynes, an administrative assistant in the Kinesiology and Health Studies Department, was selected as the winner for the names "Washington" and "Tangipahoa," while Sabrina Anzalone, an administrative coordinator in the College of Arts and Sciences, was selected for "St. Tammany" and Layne Pollard, a sophomore psychology and pre-med major from Baton Rouge, was selected for "Hammond."
     Stay tuned: names for the four additional residence will be announced at a later date.
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Student Housing relocating to the Village Building D
Effective Feb. 9, the Office of Student Housing will be assisting students in its new location in Building D of the Village on the east side of the north campus housing complex. The phone number (985-549-2118) and fax number (985-549-5118) will remain the same. 
     For additional information, contact Robin Parker at rparker@selu.edu or (985) 549-2094. 
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Open house to celebrate grand opening of new residence halls 
An open house celebrating the grand opening of Southeastern’s new residence halls will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 4
     The event will feature guided tours and refreshments at St. Tammany Hall (located at 1501 SGA Drive, north of Lee Hall) and Hammond Hall (located at 1217 Infirmary Drive, northwest of the Health Center). 
     For additional information, contact Robin Parker at rparker@selu.edu or (985) 549-2094.
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Drivers training classes offered in during spring semester
In accordance with state regulations, all university employees are required to attend a driver training course if they drive a university vehicle or their personal vehicle on university business. Employees cannot be reimbursed for travel unless they have completed this course and the Safety Office receives a valid official driving record.
     Classes will be held at 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 21 and Tuesday, March 15; 11 a.m. Friday, April 15 and Friday, May 20.
     To register for a class, please email jquarles@selu.edu at least two weeks prior to the class you want to attend. Upon registering, you will receive a confirmation email and further information. A reminder email will also be sent to you a few days before your class.
     Classes will be held in the University Center, Room 133, and will last no more than an hour. 
     If you are not reimbursed for university travel, or do not drive on university business, please notify the Safety Office by emailing jquarles@selu.edu. Your email will serve as your exemption from taking the class. Should your situation change and you begin driving for the university, please contact the Safety Office at 549-2157. 
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Feb. 15 is spring graduation application deadline
February 15 is the final day that Southeastern students can apply to graduate in May 2005.
     The graduation application and payment deadlines will be strictly enforced, university officials said.
Candidates for associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees can apply for graduation by logging into their LEOnet campus accounts and choosing the “Apply for Graduation” option. Instructions are available on the “Student” link at www.selu.edu or by calling Southeastern’s Office of Records and Registration at 985-549-2066/62 or 1-800-222-SELU.
     The $35 application fee should be paid directly to the Controller’s Office, located on North Campus in the Financial Aid Building.
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Students collecting funds for tsunami victims
Southeastern student organizations are joining forces to help victims of the devastating tsunami in Southeast Asia.
     The Student Government Association is spearheading a campus-wide fundraiser for American Red Cross Tsunami Relief and Recovery Efforts Jan. 31-Feb. 4. SGA President Brett Bova of Hammond said SGA has asked its fellow organizations to help staff a fundraising station in the War Memorial Student Union mall. 
     The organizations will solicit one dollar donations that will be given to the American Red Cross. 
“Our goal is $3,000,” said Bova said. “Combining our efforts to raise money for the disaster will benefit a region that has suffered so much.” 
     According to its web site, the American Red Cross International Response Fund is using donations “to provide tsunami survivors with nutritious food, basic supplies such as tents and hygiene items, basic health care and the support that they’ll need to cope with the unbelievable trauma they’ve experienced.” The organization has pledged that 100 percent of every donation made goes to tsunami relief and recovery efforts. 
     Bova said SGA is also coordinating an effort to organize a Southeastern Red Cross Campus Club. At two- and four-year universities across the nation, the clubs work hand-in-hand with local Red Cross chapters to provide Red Cross-related services to the campus and local community. The services include disaster relief or community disaster education, health and safety activities and training such as first aid and CPR, blood drives, and other community service projects.
     Students interested in joining or helping organize the club are asked to contact Bova via email at brett.bova@selu.edu.
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Gamma Beta Phi begins "Ben's Kicks for Kids"
In response to an appeal from a Southeastern alumnus stationed in Iraq, Gamma Beta Phi is spearheading a drive to collect socks and shoes for Iraqi children.
     Jackie Dale Thomas, GBP co-advisor and director of Leadership Development/Student Activities, said Ben Necaise, an alumnus of Southeastern and Gamma Beta Phi, is presently serving in Baghdad. 
     "Although the recent events that have resulted in the deaths of eight Louisiana National Guardsmen in Iraq happened very close to him, Necaise is striving to continue to make a difference to the future of Iraq – its’ children," Thomas said. "Ben emailed his mother-in-law, Southeastern horticulture instructor Linda Ryan, with a special request. He noted that the temperature in Iraq now is 30 degrees and that the majority of the children there had neither shoes nor socks. He also said that giving these children these much needed items builds friendships."
      In answer to Neicase's appeal, Gamma Beta Phi is sponsoring a sock and shoe drive named in his honor, “Ben’s Kicks for Kids.”  From Feb. 9-23, GBP will collect shoes and socks to mail to Iraq. The shoes can be any size or style. Used shoes are welcome, if they are in good shape. Socks should be new and can be of any size or variety.
      Anyone wishing to assist with this drive can drop items off at Thomas' Leadership Development/Student Activities office, Student Union Room 110, during regular working hours, Feb. 9-23.
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FE-Lions party for Lion athletics 
The FE-Lions Booster Association's Champagne Bingo Saturday at Twelve Oaks was a blast for a good cause. More than 500 women, festively attired in a variety of creative hats, attended the fundraiser for Southeastern athletics endeavors. They enjoyed bingo games, raffles, live and silent auctions, door prizes and much more. Southeastern football players served as the "wait staff" and new Head Coach Dennis Roland and several of his coaches were special guests. Left, sisters Diane Vaccaro and Cathy LeBlanc, both Southeastern alumni, won the award for the most creative attire. Diane and Cathy are both educators and Cathy is principal at Holy Ghost School and a member of the Alumni Association board.
     "It was great fun and spirit, and we want to thank everyone for coming out and supporting it," said FE-Lions President Veda Abene.
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More United Way "100 percent" offices
The following departments should have been included in the United Way 100 percent participation list: Human Resource Office and Alumni Office. Congratulations!
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Foreign Languages & Literatures will host meeting
The annual meeting of the South Central Conference on Language Learning Technology (SOCALLT) will be held at Southeastern Feb. 4 –5. Drs. Claudia Salcedo and Stuart Stewart are co-hosting the regional event, and the College of Arts and Sciences is providing funding for some student registration fees and materials for conference attendees.
     The organization, which draws its membership from Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas, is dedicated to disseminating information about Language Learning Technology, sharing experiences on the development and implementation of Language Learning Technology and providing a bridge to the national organization, the International Association for Language Learning Technology (IALLT). 
     SOCALLT’s theme is "The Year of Languages: Motivating the Language Learner with Technology."  Foreign Language teachers from area high schools and universities are encouraged to attend.  Further information and online registration can be found at http://www.tulane.edu/~socallt. All events will be held in the War Memorial Student Union. For local information contact csalcedo@selu.edu (ext. 3746) or sstewart@selu.edu (ext. 3927). 
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First Black History Month lecture is Tuesday
The campus community is invited to the first lecture in the 2005 Black History Month Lecture Series, featuring Dr. Bradford Keeney, "Ropes to God: Healing Practices of the Kalahari Bushmen," at 3 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 1, in the Cate Teacher Education Center auditorium. The lecture is co-sponsored by the Departments of Human Development and Department of History and Political Science. 
     Keeney is Distinguished Scholar of Cultural Studies at the Ringing Rocks Foundation.  He has worked at some of the most respected psychotherapy centers in the United States including the Ackerman Institute in New York City, the Karl Menninger Center in Topeka, and the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic, and was director of several family therapy doctoral programs. His creative approach to psychotherapy is presented in the clinical videotape series, Brief Therapy Inside Out, produced by Zeig, Tucker & Thiesen. A clinical member, approved supervisor, and fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and member of the advisory board of the the National Academy for Certified Family Therapists, he has presented training programs, workshops, and keynote addresses throughout the world and has appeared on numerous radio and television programs.
     The author of several classics in the field of family therapy, he has also written numerous titles for the popular press, such as Everyday Soul, The Energy Break, Shaking Out the Spirits, Crazy Wisdom Tales, and Bushman Shaman: Awakening the Spirit through Ecstatic Dance. As an improvisational
performer, he has toured the world from New York City to Rio de Janeiro, including a special performance with jazz guitarist Al Di Meola at the Miami Arena. His musical compositions are featured on the CD albums, Precious is His Love and African Heat: Ecstatic Rhythms for Boiling Soul.
     Keeney, who has carried out one of the broadest and most intense field studies of global shamanism in history, is the editor of the critically acclaimed book series, Profiles of Healing, a 10-volume encyclopedia of the world's healing practices, and is the subject of the book, American Shaman: An Odyssey of Global Healing Traditions written by Jeffrey Kottler and Jon Carlson. He is accepted as an elder shaman and spiritual teacher in numerous cultures throughout the world, including the Japanese tradition of seiki jutsu, the Guarani Indians of lower basin Amazonia, the Zulu sangoma community, the elder Shakers of St. Vincent, diverse folk healers of Brazil, and the Balians of Bali, among others. 
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SLWP accepting applications for summer institute
The Southeastern Louisiana Writing Project (SLWP) is now accepting applications for its Invitational Summer Institute in Teaching Writing.  The Institute meets at Southeastern's Writing Center from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Mondays-Thursdays, June 13-July 14.
     The institute is designed for teachers who use writing in their classrooms, are eager to share their knowledge, and wish to learn from other experienced classroom teachers. During the institute, 15 selected kindergarten-college teachers from across the curriculum will study the teaching of writing, reflect on their own teaching, and share their best teaching practices with each other. 
     Participants also are given the opportunity to work on personal and professional writing and to develop workshops on teaching writing suitable for delivery as inservices to local schools. Participants become Summer Fellows at the university and receive a stipend and materials as well as six hours of graduate credit and tuition. 
     Applicants should submit the following: a resume; a brief description of a writing activity used in their classroom; a letter of nomination from a supervisor or from a member of SLWP; and a page containing name, address, phone number, email address and Social Security number, as well as school and grade level where the applicant currently teaches. 
     Applications will be considered until the institute is filled, and on-campus interviews will take place beginning in February. Applications can be emailed to rlouth@selu.edu or addressed to Dr. Richard Louth, SLU 10327, Hammond, LA 70402. 
     For additional information, call 549-2102 or 2100 or emailing rlouth@selu.edu or visit www.selu.edu/orgs/slwp.
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Outside/dual employment
The University of Louisiana System requires that all full-time Southeastern employees disclose, on an annual basis, any outside employment activities. The policy recognizes the employee’s right to engage in outside employment, as long as it is within the proper parameters as established by Louisiana law.
     This notice is a reminder that outside employment must be reported in advance in the event presidential and/or board approval is required. Should outside employment be entered into any time during the reporting period, it must be reported.
     Those who have completed forms since July 1, 2004, including as part of your employment packet, are not required to complete an additional form, unless you have entered into new outside employment since completing the original form.
     Each full-time employee, including those who may become temporary full-time employees, must complete a Disclosure of Outside Employment form for the period of time they are considered full time to assist Southeastern in fulfilling its annual certification requirement. Employees who are involved on behalf of Southeastern with contracts or agreements between Southeastern and an outside employer must submit a list of all such employment 
     The online form is available at www.selu.edu/Administration/Depts/HumanResources/hrooutform.doc.
     The inclusive dates for outside employment for this reporting period are July 1, 2004 through June 30, 2005.
     If you have no outside employment, check “I do not have any outside employment,” sign and date the form and forward it directly to the Human Resources Office at SLU 10799.
     If you do have outside employment, check “I do have outside employment” and enter the name and address of the outside employer. For time commitment required, you must be specific; for example, Monday and Thursday, 6:00 until 10:00 p.m.; or Saturdays and Sundays, 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.  Inclusive Dates of Activity should reflect the dates you actually engage in this activity; for example, July 1, 2004 through December 15, 2004; or July 1, 2004 through June 30, 2005. Answer all five questions, sign and date the form, and submit it to your department head for approval. The department head will forward the form to the dean or division head for further approval. The dean or division head will forward the form to the Human Resources Office, which will determine if additional approvals are needed.
     An annual information report listing all outside employment that has been approved and is currently in force under this policy, and any other details which may be requested, is to be kept on file at Southeastern.
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Coming up at the Southeast Louisiana Business Center
Three seminars are scheduled this month at the Southeast Louisiana Business Center, 1514 Martens Drive in Hammond. For more information or to register for any of these events, please contact Sandy Summers at 985.549.3831 or sbdc@selu.edu.
     Thursday, Feb. 10, "Lean Manufacturing," 1:30-3:30 p.m. The free seminar is primarily for manufacturers, engineers, plant managers, company presidents, etc. Lean manufacturing embraces a philosophy of excellence that includes the elimination of waste or non-value added activities. The seminar will describe the specifics of this process and its benefits. 
     Thursday, Feb. 17, "Government Contracting – Doing Business with the Federal Government as a Small Business," 9-11 a.m. The seminar, which is also free, will cover topics such as how the government buys goods and services, registrations and certifications required, new online registrations, and subcontracting opportunities, and more.
     Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m.-noon, Feb. 22 and 24, "QuickBooks Pro." The seminar will cover setting up a company, creating invoices, issuing purchase orders, paying bills, reconciling checking accounts, and more. The cost is $150.
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Welcome Week spirit
During Welcome Week, students browsed business booths during Career Service's job fair and turned back the time to the 70s as they cheered on the Lions and Lady Lions basketball teams at "Jam the Jungle."
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Coming up .... 

Through Feb. 20
      Contemporary Art Center: “Faculty Exhibition 2005,” East Stadium. Gallery hours: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., weekdays; 8 a.m.-8 pm., Wednesdays. 985-549-2193. (Exhibit closed Feb. 7-8 and until noon, Feb. 9)
Through Feb. 27
      Sims Memorial Library: Ann Boudreau, sculpture, main lobby; Ceramics of Sin Ying, upstairs. 985-549-2193. Library hours: 7:30 a.m.-11 p.m., Monday-Thursday; 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Friday; 9  a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday; and 2-11 p.m., Sunday.  (Exhibit closed Feb. 7-8)
Feb. 1 
      Black History Month: Dr. Bradford Keeney, “Ropes to God: Healing Practices of the Kalahari Bushmen,” 3 p.m., Cate Teacher Education Center auditorium. 985-549-3850.
      Black History Month Kick-off , 7 p.m., Student Union Theater. 985-549-3850.
Feb. 1-3
      Governor’s Rural Economic Development Conference: “Technology: the Back Road to Rural Louisiana,” University Center. 985-549-2341. 
Feb. 2
      Financial Aid Night, 5-7 p.m., War Memorial Student Union Ballroom. 985-549-2244. 
Feb. 7-8
      SLU:  Mardi Gras Holidays, University closed.
Feb. 9
      Classes resume at noon 
      Encore 2005: Saint Louis Brass Quintet master class, 4 p.m., Pottle Music Building Auditorium. Free. 985-549-2184. 
      Encore 2005: Saint Louis Brass Quintet, 7:30 p.m., Pottle Music Building Auditorium. Free.  Information: (985) 549-2184.
Feb. 10
      Encore 2005/Black History Month: Kevin Hampton, piano, music by African-American composers, 2 p.m., Pottle Auditorium.  Free.  985-549-2184.
      Encore 2005/Black History Month: Brandon Richardson, baritone, music by African-American composers, 7:30 p.m., Pottle Auditorium.  Free.  985-549-2184.
Feb. 12
      Southeastern Theatre: “The Vagina Monologues,”  by Eve Ensler; Rating R (mature audiences).  Tickets: $15, single; $25, couple, 7:30 p.m., Vonnie Borden Theatre. 985-549-2184.
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This week in athletics
The Southeastern men’s basketball team looks to extend the nation’s third-longest regular season home court winning streak during this week in Southeastern Athletics.
     The Lions (14-6, 6-1 SLC) are alone in first place in the Southland Conference standings after Saturday’s 63-54 road win over Texas-San Antonio. Southeastern will look to continue its strong play on Wednesday, when they head to Thibodaux for a 7:30 p.m. contest at Nicholls State. The Lions, winners of their last 22 at home, will be back in the University Center on Saturday, hosting Stephen F. Austin at 7 p.m.
     The Southeastern women’s basketball team (8-10, 2-5 SLC) will look to snap a two-game losing streak and get back in the SLC race this week. On Wednesday, the Lady Lions play at Nicholls State at 5 p.m. Southeastern returns home on Saturday, hosting SFA at 3 p.m. in the University Center.
     Saturday will be Take a Kid to the Game Day in the University Center. Children under 12 will receive a 20 percent discount on tickets and have a chance to participate in several activities during Saturday’s doubleheader. All four Southeastern basketball games will be broadcast live on KSLU 90.9 FM and on the internet at www.LionSports.net.
     The Southeastern men’s and women’s tennis teams will both open their 2005 spring home seasons during the week. The Lions (0-2) host Florida A&M on Saturday at 12 p.m. The Lady Lions (0-1) host Louisiana-Lafayette at 2 p.m. on Tuesday at the Southeastern Tennis Complex. The team will be back on the road on Saturday, playing at South Alabama at 1 p.m.
Tuesday, February 1
     Women’s Tennis, vs. UL-Lafayette, Southeastern Tennis Complex, 2 p.m.
Wednesday, February 2
     Men’s Basketball, at Nicholls State, Thibodaux, 7:30 p.m. (KSLU 90.9 FM) 
     Women’s Basketball, at Nicholls State, Thibodaux, 5:15 p.m. (KSLU 90.9 FM)
Saturday, February 6
     Men’s Basketball, vs. Stephen F. Austin, University Center, 7 p.m. (KSLU 90.9 FM)
     Women’s Basketball, vs. Stephen F. Austin, University Center, 3 p.m. (KSLU 90.9 FM) -- Take a Kid to the Game Day
     Men’s Tennis, vs. Florida A&M, Southeastern Tennis Complex, 12 p.m.
     Women’s Tennis, at South Alabama, Mobile, Ala., 1 p.m.
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Professional activities
Dr. Rossana Boyd, Dr. Cynthia Elliott, Beth Thomas and Josh Posey (Teaching and Learning), and Dr. Jeff Wiemelt (English) attended the National Association for Bilingual Education’s 34th annual professional development conference in San Antonio, Texas, Jan. 19-22.  Boyd, Posey, and Thomas delivered a presentation entitled “Implementing, Improving, and Meeting Challenges through Project TEACH, a Title III National Professional Development Program.” The attendees were sponsored through the Project TEACH grant that Boyd directs, which pays for Southeastern faculty members to attend state, regional and national professional development conferences concerned with the education of the approximately six million K – 12 bilingual students in the United States. 
     Dr. Irene Nero (Visual Arts) recently presented a paper at the Hawaii International Conference of Arts and Humanities. Her presentation was entitled "Art and Technology: Intersections and Junctions in Frank Gehry's Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain."
     In the spring of 2003, Dr. Norman German (English) visited Ernest Hemingway’s home in Key West, then taught a Hemingway seminar in the spring of 2004. “Rehabilitating Hemingway,” an article resulting from his research, appears in the current issue of Salt Water Sportsman
     Dr. Sang H. Lee and Dr. Shakil Quayes (General Business) have received word that their refereed article entitled "When is Privatization Better Facilitated?: Global Evidence from the Telecom Sector" has been accepted for publication by the Global Economic Review.
     Dr. Yu Hsing (General Business) recently had his article entitled "Responses of Argentine Output to Shocks to Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy and Exchange Rates: A VAR Model" published in the Applied Economics and International Development.
     A manuscript by Dr. Linda Synovitz and Dr. Eddie Hebert (Kinesiology and Health Studies), "College Students Sexuality Education, Sexual Behaviors & Sexual Behavioral Intent," has been accepted for publication in the April issue of the American Journal of Health Studies.
     Charles Elliott (History and Political Science) presented "Considering Secession: Louisiana Hops, Skips and Jumps into the Confederacy" at the Young-Sanders Center for the Study of the Civil War in Louisiana on Saturday, January 29, in Franklin, Louisiana.
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