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Vibrations Vibrations October 2013 Table of Contents 1. Welcome Week SOUL 2013 Event Sets Records 2. Student Affairs Hosts Trinidad & Tobago Intern 3. Benchmarking ACC Career Centers 4. Free Store in Unitas 5. Student Involvement Staff Help with Art Project 6. New Student Recreation Center Supporters 7. ISLP Information Fair 8. UofL Chapter Wins Outstanding Alumni Chapter 9. Great Response to YOGA Classes in Cardinal Towne! 10. Student Affairs Welcomes Students 11. Family Weekend 12. Fraternities and Sororities Break Record 13. Part-Time Job Fair Welcomed 444 Students 14. Video: ULH, Inc. RAs for the RA Training Pep Rally 15. David Henry Travels Abroad with MBA Program 16. Staff Members Recognized for Their Service to UofL 17. Happy Early Graduation, Tajuan! 18. Saying Goodbye to Gerome 19. Courtney Tipton Leaves UofL 20. Career Coach Danielle Stallard Moves to LG&E 21. Welcome New Staff Members! 22. Meet the Student Involvement Graduate Assistants 23. Did You Know? 24. Tradition in Student Affairs 25. High Fives 26. Mark Your Calendar 27. Reference Corner Division of Student Affairs, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY Welcome Week SOUL 2013 Event Sets Records SOUL reached recordmore numbers this year with community service projects, more staff and faculty serving as group leaders, and more students serving than ever before!! 600 students went to 35 community agencies around Louisville this year during SOUL 2013. SOUL is a signature Welcome Week event each year that allows students to directly connect to the Louisville community. Many thanks to Brian Buford with the Office of LGBT Services, who was a fantastic facilitator for the pre-service program, and the innumerable student and staff volunteers that helped throughout the day with this massive program. Student Affairs Hosts Trinidad & Tobago Intern D r. Deirdre Charles is on sabbatical from the University of West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago where she is the Director of Student Services—overseeing Careers, Placement, Orientation and Transition, Accommodation, and Special Student Projects. She has chosen to do an internship this semester with Student Affairs at the University of Louisville. Originally from St. Lucia in the Caribbean, Dr. Charles earned her B.Sc. in Public Sector Management from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, in Barbados. From there she went on to earn her M.Ed. in Human Resource Development from the University of Warwick in England after which she earned her M.B.A. from the University of Massey in New Zealand. And then she earned her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, in Trinidad and Tobago where she now works. For part of Dr. Charles’ sabbatical, she wanted to experience Student Affairs in the United States’ higher education system. Her connection with the University of Louisville comes from collaboration with Dr. Tom Jackson and the International Service Learning Program, which has taken students from UofL to the University of West Indies over the past four years. She is at UofL, engaging with all of the departments in Student Affairs. During her stay, she has experienced university meetings, including a Board of Trustees meeting and an Operations meeting with the Provost and Vice Presidents. She’s even been out

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