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HUNGRY DURING STUDY TIME FOR FINALS?



Midnight Breakfast


Tuesday November 18th 11:00 to Midnight


Pancakes


Scrambled Eggs


Tator Tots


Sausage links


Fresh Fruit

  Breakfast Beverage

Break Week Hours of Operation


 

RWJ Dinning Hall Hours


Closed Friday Nov. 21st at 1:30

Open Sunday Nov. 30th at 4:30

Limited Cafeteria Hours for Athletics and Brazilians during Break

 

 

Roscoe’s Café Hours


Closed Thursday Nov 20th

Open Sunday Nov 30th at 6:00

 

Skylight Marketplace Hours


Closed Friday Nov 21st at 1:30

Monday Nov 24th thru Wednesday Nov 26th   Hours 7:30 -1:30

Normal Hours Starting Monday December 1st8



Information Courtesy of

Ms. Tammy Rutsch

rutsch@msoe.edu

Food Services

Make an order for the new SWE Shirt!

 

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The purpose of the student section of SWE is to provide a support system for women in engineering, to increase the understanding of engineering, and to enhance professionalism among its members. Some activities which SWE sponsors include: speakers from various engineering companies, supporting young women considering engineering by speaking at local schools, and hosting informational programs. The society encourages male and female members. - See more at: http://www.msoe.edu/community/campus-life/student-organizations/page/2137/professional-organizations#sthash.pOxgFzb8.dpuf

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Origins

Daylight saving time, suggested by President Roosevelt, was imposed to conserve fuel, and could be traced back to World War I, when Congress imposed one standard time on the United States to enable the country to better utilize resources, following the European model. The 1918 Standard Time Act was meant to be in effect for only seven months of the year--and was discontinued nationally after the war. But individual states continued to turn clocks ahead one hour in spring and back one hour in fall. The World War II legislation  imposed daylight saving time for the entire nation for the entire year. It was repealed Sept. 30, 1945, when individual states once again imposed their own "standard" time. It was not until 1966 that Congress passed legislation setting a standard time that permanently superceded local habits. (Taken from the History Channel)

 

Why do we still do it?

By transferring an hour of daylight from the crack of dawn to the evening, more people will be able to enjoy it. It benefits the environment by saving energy, and it reduces traffic accidents by providing more light for times of high traffic.  It is nice for all of us who are at MSOE all day to get that extra hour, right?

Halloween is a new experience for many international students so this week we've been sharing some of the typical traditions that we do as Americans around this time of year. Many students decided to take part in the tradition of dressing up in costumes! Check out some of the great costumes below.

 

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Campus Closing Announcements

If severe weather or another type of emergency leads to the cancellation of classes, the decision to close the university will be made as early as possible on the day in question so that the closing information can be included in the local media closing reports.  

Main campus

The university announces cancellations in the following ways:

  1. broadcast on area television stations during their "closings announcements" including WTMJ-TV4, WITI-TV6, WISN-TV12, WDJT-TV58, and most Milwaukee-area radio stations including campus station WMSE-FM 91.7
  2. a notice posted on the MSOE home webpage
  3. a notice posted on MSOE’s official social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn
  4. an e-mail message sent to all faculty, staff and students via the Rave emergency alert system (This e-mail will occur regardless if you have previously signed up for Rave or not)
  5. text messages will be sent via the Rave emergency alert system  Note: You must sign-up with Rave to receive emergency text messages. (Standard messaging rates may apply.) Click here to opt-in: http://www.getrave.com/login/msoe
  6. if the decision to close the university is made after classes have begun, in addition to the above communication resources, an announcement will be made via the public address system in each campus building

Off-campus locations

The university announces outreach closings in the following ways:

  1. broadcast on area television and radio stations during their “closing announcements”

  2.    a notice posted on MSOE’s official social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn 

  1. a notice posted on the MSOE home webpage
  1. an e-mail message sent to all faculty, staff and students via the Rave emergency alert system (This e-mail will occur regardless if you have previously signed up for Rave or not)
  2. text messages will be sent via the Rave emergency alert system Note: You must sign-up with Rave to receive emergency text messages. (Standard messaging rates may apply.) Click here to opt-in: http://www.getrave.com/login/msoe

When classes are cancelled

  1. All events and activities, including intercollegiate athletic contests, facility rentals, seminars and other special events scheduled to be held on campus are cancelled.
  2. The following service and support areas are expected to remain as functional as possible with the appropriate level of staffing to ensure the safety of MSOE students and buildings:
  • Facilities/Housekeeping
  • Student Housing and Food Service
  • Public Safety

If no closing is announced as above, classes are in session and MSOE is conducting business as usual.

Additional resources

Several Milwaukee media outlets offer a weather related text message service that you can choose to sign up for (standard messaging rates may apply).

This Notice is courtesy of

William P. Fadrowski

Director of Public Safety

Milwaukee School of Engineering

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---- TIPS TO PROTECT YOUR BIKE----



Bicycle theft protection tips:

1) Purchase a quality locking device and use it - your bicycle is a valuable piece of property.

2) ALWAYS lock your bicycle to an immovable object in a well lit and frequently traveled area.

3) If you have quick release wheels, these must also be locked to the immovable object. 

4) Never lock your bicycle to itself, a thief can carry your whole bicycle away effortlessly.

5) If you have a removable front wheel make sure you lock both the bicycle frame AND the front wheel to bike rack.

 

Example of a high quality “U” type bicycle lock:

 

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THIS INFO COURTESY OF

 

William P. Fadrowski
Director of Public Safety
Milwaukee School of Engineering
(414) 277-7210

Be sure that you get emergency weather info and other alerts.

Take the time to make sure that all the important info gets to you quickly!

MSOE’s Student Government Association (SGA) is partnering with the Public Safety Department to get the word to students about MSOE’s new Emergency Alert System, called “RAVE”.

 

NEW EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM AT MSOE


SIGN-UP IS AS EASY AS 1-2-3


To sign-up and to manage your account, please visit:

http://www.getrave.com/login/msoe

 

1) Please enter “Milwaukee School of Engineering” into the “Enter your site’s name” box and click continue.

 

2) You will then be directed to the MSOE University Single Sign On page.

 

 

You sign in using your MSOE email address and your MSOE password.  You will then be prompted to complete the registration process.

 

 

3) Enter in your cell phone number(s) or non-MSOE e-mail address(es) where you want to get this information.

 

During the registration process there is a field for email. Your MSOE email address has already been supplied to Rave Mobile Safety and emergency alerts will be sent to your MSOE email address automatically if you choose to sign up for this service.  Therefore, please do not enter your MSOE email address into the email contact field.

 

If you have additional email addresses that you would like to add to your profile, the email contact field is where you would enter these email addresses.  You can add up to three different email addresses and three different telephone numbers to your profile. 

 

 

 

If you have any issues with logging in, or require further assistance, please contact the MSOE University IT Helpdesk at (414) 277-7288.

 

 

THIS INFO COURTESY OF

MSOE’S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

AND

MSOE’S DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

What is GELATO??

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Gelato (Italian pronunciation: [dʒeˈlaːto]; plural: gelati) is the Italian word for ice cream, derived from the Latin word "gelātus" (meaning frozen). In American English this word commonly refers to varieties of ice cream made in a traditional Italian style. Gelato is made with milk, cream, various sugars, and flavoring such as fresh fruit and nut purees. It is generally lower in calories, fat and sugar than ice cream.[1]   (taken from Gelato - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

 

So, why not try one for FREE?

 

 

See the original posting here FREE GELATO AT SKY Monday Sept 22nd from 12-2

 

ESL-Students

International Students:

Please, share with friends and families the Class Picture that was taken on Placement Exam Day!!!

 

 

 

 

College students are often expected to write research articles on a regular basis. Depending on their specific area of study, the manner in which these articles should be written may vary quite dramatically. Typically, students receive instructions on article topic, but no directions on the actual writing style itself. Typically, writing styles are classified as being focused on the humanities, sciences, or social sciences.

   A College Student’s Guide to Citation Styles

 



International Students who have a difficult time writing in a particular style may want to seek assistance

from a professor or writing expert.


Our ESL Department offers help with content, grammar, structure, citations and many others. Please contact Mark Fischer, ESL Services Support Coordinator  for an appointment.