Campus Notebook                            February 8, 2016

Lisle Campus News


Students met with representatives of local charities and service organizations
last week during the Service Fair on the fourth floor of Goodwin Hall.

Faculty and Staff Notes
Celebrate Benedictine's heritage at Founders' Day

Faculty and staff are invited to attend the annual Founders' Day Celebration at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, March 4, on the second floor of the Krasa Center. Alicia Tait will present the recipient of the Kevin Doyle Faculty Award for Leadership in Mission and Catholic Identity and the speaker is Amania Drane, the recipient of the 2014 Alumni Service Award who earned a Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior at Benedictine in 2011 and works in human resources at State Farm Insurance. The program will be streamed live to the Springfield and Mesa branch campuses. Hors d'ouvres, refreshments and desserts will be served.

Admissions

Learn more about BenU at these events

Prospective students can learn more about Benedictine and the enrollment process during "Saturday Preview Day" from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. on February 27. Prospective students can take tours of classrooms and the grounds near the new state-of-the-art Daniel L. Goodwin Hall of Business. They can speak with representatives from multiple University departments and learn how affordable BenU is by speaking with financial aid representatives. For more information, contact the Office of Admissions at (630) 829-6300.

Alumni Development

Take advantage of a new discount hotel rewards program

The Office of Alumni Development has launched a new discount hotel program through My Hotel Rewards. This website gives Benedictine alumni, faculty, staff and students exclusive access to savings on more than 275,000 hotels worldwide. There are no blackout dates, you are guaranteed the lowest price on the Web at the time of booking and a portion of each booking will help support the University. To sign up, go to myhotelrewards.net/eagles and use group code "EAGLES" to access the site.

Campus Ministry

Encourage your students to "Have Mercy" during spring break

Faculty and staff are asked to encourage students to participate in "Have Mercy," a spring break service immersion experience at Misercordia Home on the north side of Chicago on Monday-Wednesday, March 21-23, serving and supporting people with developmental disabilities. The cost is $30, which includes all meals, transportation and a donation to Misericordia on behalf of Benedictine University to honor their time, talent and treasure in welcoming us to their home. We will serve as a community to the community of Misericordia. At the end of each day, we will return to Benedictine for dinner, reflection and group activities. Students are asked to apply at ben.edu/springbreakservice or pick up an application in Kindlon Hall, Room 415. Applications are due Friday, February 12, and $30 to cover the cost of the experience and donation to Misericordia is due Friday, March 4. All applicants must register for an interview. Interviews will be held on February 16-17. For more information, contact Carrie Roberts, pastoral associate for Outreach, at croberts@ben.edu or (630) 829-6028.

Become a Prayer Companion to a service immersion participant

Recognizing that not everyone is able to travel on a Service Immersion Experience, Campus Ministry is partnering each service immersion participant with a Prayer Companion. Campus Ministry is seeking 51 prayer companions, so that the students participating in the Spring Break Service Immersion Experience to Misericordia in Chicago and the Bolivia Service Immersion Experience in June each have at least one prayer companion. The Prayer Companion Role involves praying for the students while they are on the Service Immersion Experience, sending them a message of support and encouragement, attending the last group of meeting prior to the trip and attending the Sunday evening send-off Mass with the students. If interested, please contact Carrie Roberts at croberts@ben.edu no later than March 1.

University Development

Donate your unused personal or vacation time to someone in need

Do you have vacation, personal or floating holiday time that you do not plan to use this year? If so, please consider donating some time to this year's Vacation Donation program. Only vacation, personal and floating holiday time can be donated. Time that is donated and not used by the end of the current fiscal year will not be rolled over to the next fiscal year. If you are interested in donating your unused time to a fellow employee who may need the additional time to take care of a sick family member or other reason, please contact Jill Poskin at (630) 829-6366 or jposkin@ben.edu

In need of some time to deal with a family health care situation?

Time is available through the Vacation Donation Leave Sharing Program for staff if they face a personal health care crisis or the need to care for an immediate family member and have used all of their own vacation, personal and floating holiday hours. There are additional qualifications. To inquire or apply, please contact Jill Poskin at (630) 829-6366 or jposkin@ben.edu

Denim Days return in time for cold weather

Denim Days are back, and just in time for the winter. Donate $5 per Friday to the BenU Fund or the Fr. Kevin Sheeran, O.S.B., Text Book Fund and be able to wear jeans to work on Fridays through April 1. If you don't wear jeans, you can still give. Consider donating $5 on behalf of a co-worker who then could wear jeans. This is a new donation. Current payroll deductions do not apply, but you may increase your payroll deduction accordingly to qualify. Denim Days is valid for Fridays only through April 1. Prior to wearing jeans, please contact Jill Poskin at (630) 829-6366 or jposkin@ben.edu, or Kyleigh Wallace at (630) 829-6452 or kwallace@ben.edu, in the Office of the Annual Fund located in the lower level of the Krasa Student Center, Room 060, to obtain the required form to submit along with your donation. You will receive a dated sticker corresponding with the eligible Fridays. We ask that you wear that sticker on the Fridays you wear jeans. Participants are responsible for securing supervisor approval before participating.

Campus Events
Local composer to discuss the art and science of music composition

The University Library invites students, faculty, staff and the public to attend "The Art, Science and Research of Music Composition,” a presentation by local composer and Benedictine University professor of music theory Mark Nowakowski, from 1:00-2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 10, in Goodwin Hall, Room 411. The event is part of the Library Discussion Series.

Sample some Starbuck’s creations for Valentine’s Day

Starbuck’s in Goodwin Hall will feature three special Valentine’s Day drinks only available on February 11 and 12 – Molten Chocolate Latte, Molten Hot Chocolate and Molten Chocolate Frappuccino. Did you know that you can use a department charge account number at our Starbucks?  Just let the cashier know at time of purchase and your purchase will be billed to your account. Available only at your Benedictine Starbucks for a limited time – a free drip/brewed (tall) coffee with purchase of a pastry. Starbuck’s will be sampling Verona coffee all week with a special trip to Lownik Hall. Need a pick me up at your next meeting?  Starbuck’s will provide you with a box of Joe to take to your next meeting.  Call ahead at (630) 297-7227 and it will be ready when you arrive.  

Author, attorney, victim to speak about forgiving her sister’s murderer

The College of Liberal Arts will present “Restorative Justice – Justice, Mercy and Making Peace” by Jeanne Bishop at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1, in Goodwin Hall, Room 110. Bishop is a criminal defense attorney, activist and author who has spoken around the country and the world in support of gun violence prevention, abolition of the death penalty, forgiveness and the role of victims in the criminal justice system. Twenty-five years ago, Bishop’s sister, brother-in-law and their unborn child were murdered in their Winnetka home by David Biro, who was then a 16-year-old student at New Trier High School. He is now serving life without parole for his crimes. Her book, “Change of Heart,” is the story of her journey to confront and reconcile with a murderer, and examines the larger issues of restorative justice, life sentences and incarceration within the criminal justice system. Bishop is an adjunct professor in the Trial Advocacy Program at Northwestern University, and a graduate of Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism and School of Law.

Community forum explores mental health issues

The Benedictine University College of  Education and Health Services  The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)/DuPage will present a community forum, “Mental Illness, Mental  Wellbeing: Perspectives and Resources,” from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 2, in Goodwin Hall, Room 411. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Understanding, maintaining and promoting mental well-being has grown to be a primary concern in our society. The College of Education and Health Services engages directly with the issue in its programs and research.  Scotty Turner, director of Community Education for NAMI/DuPage, will lead two sessions at the forum.  He will provide new perspectives and recent research and on mental illness, then describe the community resources available to promote wellbeing. Guest speakers will provide additional experience and expertise.

Heritage Lecture Series explores Benedictine influence in Chicago area

The Benedictine Heritage Lecture Series will present “A Source of Vigor in a Spiritual Ecosystem: Benedictine Presence in the Chicago Metropolitan Area” by Fr. Joel Rippinger, O.S.B., from 7:00-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 3, on the fifth floor of Kindlon Hall. Fr. Joel is a monk at Marmion Abbey in Aurora and has taught at Marmion Academy since 1976. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from Benedictine University, a Master of Arts in History from the University of Notre Dame and a Bachelor of Sacred Theology and Licentiate of Sacred Theology from the Pontifical Athenaeum of Sant’ Anselmo in Rome, Italy. He has written numerous articles on monastic history and spirituality and is the author of “The Benedictine Order in the United States: An Interpretive History.” Fr. Joel’s teaching philosophy emphasizes his love for the disciplines of both history and theology, and he works to teach his students an enduring model of Christian and monastic life.

Is your weather spotting spot-on?


Benedictine University will be hosting a Basic Weather Spotter Class from the National Weather Service from 2:00-4:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 25, in the Krasa Presentation Room. RSVP by February 16 to Michi Dubes at mdubes@ben.edu, or call (630) 829-6364 for more information.

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle discusses issues facing county

The Center for Civic Leadership will entertain Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle for a discussion about the issues facing the current Cook County Board, Preckwinkle's vision and goals for the county, and the present state of Chicago politics, during "A Conversation with Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle" at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1, in the Goodwin Hall Auditorium. Preckwinkle served as 4th Ward Alderman in Chicago before she was elected County Board president in 2010. She will take audience questions after a few prepared remarks. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Jen Zingg at (630) 829-6460 or jzingg@ben.edu, or visit http://www.ben.edu/ccl.

Help a deserving student attend Model UN in New York

Students in the Model United Nations class are conducting a fundraiser to coincide with the program's 50th anniversary of sending representatives to the National Model UN Conference in New York. The team is selling $20 raffle tickets for a chance to win 24 bottles of wine (a mix of reds and whites to be selected later, all in the $15-plus range). An additional two cases will be raffled off for every 200 tickets sold. You must be 21 years or older to win. The drawing will be held during Model UN's special event on March 17 featuring guest speakers from The Abolition Institute on the effort to end slavery in Mauritania. Every dollar raised goes to the Diplomacy in Action Award fund, which supports students, based on need, by covering their airfare and incidentals for the weeklong trip. Model UN is an invaluable experience that helps students develop leadership, public speaking and negotiating skills. The Model UN program at Benedictine has built a reputation for excellence. However, more and more students who wish to take part find it challenging financially to do so. This is an opportunity to help those students. Students in the class are selling tickets, or they may be purchased from Joel Ostrow either by cash or via PayPal.  For more information or for raffle tickets, contact Joel Ostrow at bumodelun50@gmail.com or call (630) 829-6470. 

Model UN event explores the fight to end slavery

Benedictine University's Model United Nations program will present "Slavery in Mauritania: The Fight to End It, and the Role of the United Nations" at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 17, in Goodwin Hall, Room 321. CNN has deemed Mauritania, in West Africa, to be slavery's last stronghold with more than 340,000 people, or about 10 percent of the population, enslaved.  The event will feature guest speakers Bakary Tandia and Sean Tenner, co-founders of The Abolition Institute. More information about The Abolition Institute can be found at www.StoppingSlavery.org. For more information about the event, contact Joel Ostrow at jostrow@ben.edu or call (630) 829-6470.

What connects today's Palestinians and yesterday's African-Americans?

The Global Studies major, Department of History, Philosophy and Religious Studies and the College of Liberal Arts will present "Shared Solidarity:  Palestinians and African-Americans in the 1960s and Today," by 1997 Benedictine University graduate Maha Nassar, Ph.D., assistant professor in the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies at the University of Arizona, at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 4. Nassar will discuss the connection between these two groups, analyzing how Arab intellectuals in the 1960s related to African-American struggles for freedom during the civil rights movement. Nassar earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature at Benedictine University, and a Master of Arts in Middle Eastern Studies and a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Chicago.

Architect of "The Greatest Sports-Business Turnaround Ever" to speak at Benedictine

The Office of University Development is sponsoring an evening with Blackhawks President and CEO John F. McDonough at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 24, in the Goodwin Hall Auditorium. McDonough joined the Blackhawks in 2007 as president and was named president and CEO in 2011. Under his guidance, in what Forbes magazine has called "The Greatest Sports-Business Turnaround Ever," the Blackhawks have revitalized the team's profile and re-energized their fan base. Since McDonough joined the Blackhawks, the team has won Stanley Cup titles in 2010, 2013 and 2015, becoming the first organization in the NHL's salary cap era to capture three championships. For more information, go to ben.edu/speakers, or contact Deb Smith at dsmith@ben.edu or (630) 829-6080. Interested in volunteering? Contact Deb Smith at dsmith@ben.edu or (630) 829-6080.

Build a new world during Black History Month

Benedictine University, in conjunction with Roosevelt University, will honor Black History Month with the conference, "Come Let Us Build A New World Together: Fifty Years after the Mississippi Summer Project," featuring a series of presentations and lectures from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Thursday-Saturday, February 25-27. The event is designed to connect the past with the current wave of youth activism arising from the socio-economic crises of endangered communities. It will focus on the fight for voting rights and the role of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, lessons from the Mississippi Summer Project, voter registration organizing, Freedom Schools, the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, ramifications of the civil rights movement and connections with contemporary struggles around education and violence in and against endangered communities. The February 25 event on the campus of Benedictine is designed primarily for teachers, social workers and health professionals working with African-American populations. The cost is $20. The conference will continue on Feb. 26-27 at Roosevelt University, 430 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, and will consist of interactive panels, discussion circles and films designed for high school and college students, community organizations, church groups, academics and social justice advocates. The cost is $10 each day or $25 for all three days. To RSVP or for more information, contact Fannie Rushing at (630) 829-6248 or frushing@ben.edu, or Dovetta McKee at dovettam@uchicago.edu.

Founders' Day will celebrate 129 years of Benedictine history


Faculty and staff are invited to enjoy the annual celebration of Benedictine University's history and heritage on Founders' Day. The event begins at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, March 4, on the second floor of the Krasa Center. The event will include the presentation of the Kevin Doyle Award and the Value of Commitment to Academic Excellence Award. Hors d'oeuvres, refreshments and desserts will be served.

Campus Information

The bus is the only way to fly (to the train station)

Pace is providing bus service between the Lisle Metra Station and Benedictine University with one southbound trip departing the train station at 7:16 a.m. (dropping off riders at College Road near the campus's main entrance) and one northbound trip departing the campus near the main entrance on College Road at 4:52 p.m. Pace Route 827 (Green Trails-Steeple Run) will provide this service as a pilot program for one year. For more information, contact (312) 836-7000 or visit www.pacebus.com.

Benedictine is one of the safest campuses in Illinois

Faculty, staff and students can access the Annual Campus Security and Fire Report for calendar year 2014, which is published in 2015, as required by the U.S. Department of Education, for the Lisle main campus, National Moser Center for Adult Learning, Bellwood Learning Center, Springfield and Mesa, Arizona branch campuses at http://www.ben.edu/police/index.cfm. You will also find useful information about department services, a campus safety video, a link to the Benedictine University Police Facebook page and other items of interest. As always, please report all suspicious activities, or persons, to the Benedictine University Police at (630) 829-6666. We are located on the ground level of the parking garage and our Emergency Dispatch Center is staffed 24/7.

Healthy Table
Valentine's Day Dinner for Two

Dinner for two does not mean you should eat for two. Valentine's Day is a great way to share a meal with your loved ones, but often restaurant meals have enough to calories for an entire day in just one portion. Skip the dinner out this year and try this healthy steak dinner for two. It is just as delicious as the restaurant meal and your waistline will thank you. For more information, go to  http://www.marthastewart.com/314713/sirloin-steak-with-roasted-potatoes-and.

Healthy Table offers free nutrition information, education, counseling, screening and more. Healthy Table is available for individual sessions, health fairs, group presentations for all ages and other health-related activities. We are located in Birck Hall, Room 230. For appointments, call (630) 829-6518 or "like" and message us on Facebook at Healthy Table at Benedictine University. You can also contact us at healthytable.benu14@gmail.com.

It takes more than a little bad weather to ground Ernie, who was out last week helping
a student tackle a serious academic problem across from Starbuck's in Goodwin Hall. 

Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B., Art Gallery

Art gallery announces schedule for third exhibition season

Here is the most recent schedule of the third annual exhibition season of the Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B., Art Gallery and the University Art Collection:

Ongoing Exhibition
Religious Works from University Art Collection
Atrium Gallery
Kindlon Hall, Second Floor

Ongoing Exhibition

Photography from the University Art Collection
Featuring artists from Latin America and Eastern Europe
Kindlon Hall, First Floor North Gallery

Through February 29

Photographs of Cuba City by Clifton Henri
Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B., Art Gallery
"Cuba City" is a poignant exhibition featuring the colors, culture and textures of Havana. Henri shares a collection of portraits and abstracts that elicit an emotionally filled narrative of grit, pride and resilience. Henri is an award-winning photographer and visual artist from Chicago. He earned a bachelor's degree from Clarke University and a Master of Fine Arts from The Savannah College of Art and Design.

Through March 19
BenU Student Exhibition
Photography
Student work from Vincent Lucarelli's digital photography classes
Kindlon Hall, First Floor South and North Galleries

Through April 16
Recent Acquisitions to the Permanent Collection
Kindlon Hall, Second Floor Atrium Gallery

March 6
First Sunday Tea and Talk Lecture
2:00 p.m.
"The Bandit Queen"
Sarita Heer, Ph.D., professor of art history at Loyola University, will discuss the East Indian culture classic story of the Bandit Queen.
Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B., Art Gallery

March 7-April 7

"Book Art: Tactile and Visible Stories"
Mixed Media by Hai Ri Han
Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B., Art Gallery
Han, assistant professor and head of the Graphic Art and Design program at Benedictine University, will display her elegantly complex work in graphic design and handmade books. Her creative work explores the emotional interaction of visual storytelling by combining traditional skills with modern digital technologies. Han's work has become a known figure in the field of graphic design and her work has been shown in several national competitions. She earned a Master of Fine Arts in Visual Communications Design from Purdue University.
Reception and lecture: 4:00 p.m., Thursday, April 7

March 26-May 14

Student Exhibition
Student artwork from St. James the Apostle School (Glen Ellyn).
Kindlon Hall, First Floor North Gallery

March 28- May 14
BenU Student Exhibition
Paintings
Student work from William Scarlato and David Marcet's painting classes
Kindlon Hall, First Floor North Gallery

April 3
First Sunday Tea and Talk Lecture
2:00 p.m.
"The History of Film and Animation"
Tony Venezia, professor of film and animation at College of DuPage, will discuss his career in the film industry.
Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B., Art Gallery

April 22-July 30

Chicago Alliance for Visual Artists
Painting, sculpture, prints, drawing and mixed media
Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B., Art Gallery
Reception: 2:00-4:00 p.m., Sunday, May 1

May 23-June 30

BenU Student Exhibition
Printmaking
Student intaglio and relief prints from William Scarlato and Teresa Parker's printmaking courses
Kindlon Hall, First Floor North Gallery

The Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B., Art Gallery regular hours are 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., Monday-Thursday, 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. on Saturday and by appointment.   

BenU Athletics

Keep up with the Eagles!

The third-ranked Benedictine men's basketball team claimed a share of a second consecutive conference title.
http://benueagles.com/news/2016/2/6/MBB_0206165433.aspx?path=mbb

The Benedictine women's basketball team dropped a tight contest at Wisconsin Lutheran.
http://benueagles.com/news/2016/2/6/WBB_0206163300.aspx?path=wbb

The Benedictine men's volleyball team moved to 2-0 in conference play with a sweep of North Central.
http://benueagles.com/news/2016/2/6/MVB_0206165641.aspx?path=mvball

The Benedictine men's lacrosse team was picked second in the preseason MLC poll with two first-place votes.
http://benueagles.com/news/2016/2/3/MLAX_0203161755.aspx?path=mlax

The Benedictine women's indoor track and field team sent a small group to Olivet Nazarene.
http://benueagles.com/news/2016/2/6/WTRACK_0206165806.aspx?path=wtrack

The Benedictine men's indoor track and field team competed at Olivet Nazarene.
http://benueagles.com/news/2016/2/6/MTRACK_0206160644.aspx?path=mtrack

The Benedictine women's lacrosse team was slotted sixth in the MWLC preseason poll.
http://benueagles.com/news/2016/2/3/WLAX_0203163046.aspx?path=wlax

Upcoming Athletic Events

Tuesday, February 9

Men's Basketball
BenU vs. Concordia Chicago
Rice Center
7:00 p.m.

Wednesday, February 10

Women's Basketball

BenU vs. Concordia Chicago
Rice Center
7:00 p.m.

Friday, February 5

Women's Indoor Track & Field
BenU at Chicagoland Championships
North Central College
Naperville, Ill.
3:00 p.m.

Men's Volleyball
BenU at College of Mount St. Joseph
Cincinnati, Ohio
6:00 p.m.

Saturday, February 6

Men's Indoor Track & Field
BenU at Chicagoland Championships
North Central College
Naperville, Ill.
11:00 a.m.

Men's Volleyball
BenU at Wittenberg
Springfield, Ohio
1:00 p.m.

Men's Basketball
BenU vs. Edgewood (Senior Day)
Rice Center
2:00 p.m.

Women's Basketball
BenU vs. Edgewood (Senior Day)
Rice Center
4:15 p.m.

Mesa Campus News

Admissions

Learn more about BenU at Mesa during Visit Day

Personal attention. A low student-to-faculty ratio. Generous financial aid packages. Numerous student organizations and clubs from which to choose. Benedictine University at Mesa students also get involved in community outreach and service projects. They play intercollegiate sports, work out at the Mesa Family YMCA and enjoy resort-style living at the Phoenix Marriott Mesa. Prospective students can discover their own reason to choose Benedictine University at Spring Open House from 12:00-3:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 19, at Gillett Hall, 225 E. Main St., in downtown Mesa. Students can meet with faculty, talk to current students, and discuss tuition and scholarships with financial aid representatives. For more information about this event, contact (602) 888-5500 or mesa@ben.edu.

Keep up with the Redhawks

Men's basketball scores two home victories over weekend.
http://benumesasports.com/news/2016/2/7/MBB_0207162545.aspx
http://benumesasports.com/news/2016/2/5/MBB_0205161527.aspx

Upcoming Athletic Events

Tuesday, February 9


Men's basketball
BenU at Mesa at Grand Canyon University (Exhibition)
7:00 p.m.
Phoenix, Ariz.

Friday, February 12

Softball
BenU at Mesa vs. Pacific Lutheran (doubleheader)
1:00 p.m.
At Inter-Stake Center
Mesa, Ariz.

Saturday, February 13

Men's basketball
BenU at Mesa vs. Antelope Valley
At Heap Gymnasium
1:00 p.m.
Mesa, Ariz.

Softball

BenU at Mesa vs. Pacific Lutheran (doubleheader)
At Inter-Stake Center
1:00 p.m.
Mesa, Ariz.

Sunday, February 14

Men's basketball
BenU at Mesa vs. La Sierra University (Senior Night)
At Heap Gymnasium
1:00 p.m.
Mesa, Ariz.

Springfield Campus News

Campus News

The Springfield State Journal-Register published an article about the transition of the Springfield branch campus to a non-traditional adult program campus. To read the article, go to: http://www.sj-r.com/article/20151213/NEWS/151219824.

Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday to the following members of the University community for the days of February 1-28:

Guy Bourdon – February 8, Department of Athletics
Karin Hadley – February 8, College of Liberal Arts
Wei-Woon Cheng – February 8, Public Health (M.P.H.)
Kevin Blaney – February 9, St. Procopius Abbey Personnel
Karen Campana – February 9, New Student Advising Center
Dustina Metty-Montgomery – February 9, Office of Financial Aid
Rodney Fowlkes – February 10, Information Technology
George Houston – February 10, Enrollment, Central Region
Thomas Wangler – February 11, Mathematics
Trente Arens – February 13, Office of Alumni Development
Eric Meyerchick – February 13, Department of Athletics
Jane Forrest – February 14, Dining Services
Maxima Bogaoan – February 16, Campus Services
Juan Vasquez – February 16, Campus Services
Tammy Sarver – February 16, Political Science
Jon Cooper – February 17, Department of Athletics
Deborah Jezuit – February 17, Nursing and Health
Diane Karmis – February 18, Information Technology
John Rogacki – February 19, Benedictine University Police
Hope Keber – February 19, Parent Programs
Nicholas Kostyk – February 19, Dining Services
Daniel O'Brien – February 19, Research and Development
Tsui-Fan Tom Yu – February 20, Graduate Business Administration
Donald Henschel – February 20, Undergraduate Business
Brett Harrington – February 20, University Development
Karen Sollenberger – February 21, Campus Services
Jessica Wallace – February 21, Registrar
Jeff Mueller – February 22, Social and Behavioral Sciences
Gregg Johnson – February 25, Information Technology
Kathleen Chatman – February 28, New Student Advising Center
Kevin Rappel – February 28, Compliance
Amanda Warren – February 28, Benedictine University Police

If your birthday was omitted, please call the Office of Marketing and Communications at ext. 6090.

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Marketing and Communications

Gary Kohn
Assoc. Vice President
(630) 829-6095
gkohn@ben.edu
Naperville Operational Center

Jody Conidi
Project Manager
(630) 829-6068
jconidi@ben.edu
Lownik Hall
Monday-Friday
8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.