Jamie Eader • Daily Egyptian
Melinda Yeoman, coordinator for the Women’s Resource Center, laughs with members of the new Registered Student Organization, Women Excelling in
Leadership and Learning, Tuesday at the Center for Inclusive Excellence at the Student Center. Yeoman is the faculty advisor for the RSO and has worked with
students to help launch WELL this semester including vice president Savannah McCord, a senior from St. Louis studying business and psychology. “There
are a lot of resources on campus for women to socially connect,” McCord said. “But there are not a lot of avenues for women to connect on a deeper level.”

RSO promotes women’s wellness

If you are a Saluki woman looking for the secrets to success, seek no further. The Women Excelling in Leadership and Learning Registered Student Organization will hold its first workshop of the semester at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Student Center Delta ... Continue Reading →

Peer mentor interviews complete

A university mentor program started last semester has made changes and completed interviews as they prepare to assist a new group of students. New Student Programs coordinator Phil Campbell, along with some past peer mentors, conducted Saluki Peer Mentors ... Continue Reading →

New textbook platform facilitates education

Several courses have replaced textbook pages with webpages this semester. Classes in fields such as university college and accounting are replacing textbooks with Dell tablets this semester. Amber Manning, University College 101 instructor, said tablets ... Continue Reading →

Reactions to mandated course cause changes

University College 101 administration plans to adjust classroom size and include more small group discussions than classes did last semester, a UCOL administrator said. Although the Saluki First Year office and class instructors are still collecting last ... Continue Reading →

Required class introduces students to university life

While college-life adaptation classes were offered as options in past semesters, freshmen are now required to spend some time learning about university life. Although the University College 101 core curriculum requirement was approved last year, it was ... Continue Reading →

GLBT Safe Zone training in demand

At Monday’s Safe Zone training, students were advised to listen to each other, learn about the gay-straight alliance, reflect on what they learned and respect each semester. Safe Zone training is a program organized by Wendy Weinhold, coordinator for ... Continue Reading →
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