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ED 191 Class Mixbook

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FC: ED 191's Wilkes Mixbook

1: This Mixbook was created by Dr. Dana Burnside's Education 191 class, Integrating Technology Into The Classroom. The Mixbook shows all the reasons why someone should come to Wilkes UNiversity. Displaying all the great things the campus, and the surrounding neighborhood, has to offer a student at this university.

2: This is John Wilkes. Wilkes-Barre is named after John Wilkes and in return, Wilkes University is named after the city, Wilkes-Barre. | Wilkes is a private, co-ed university founded in 1933. | Our campus encloses 33 acres and includes: 8 academic buildings, 20 residence halls, and 9 administrative buildings.

3: This is our Wilkes Shuttle that transports students. | These are our emergency towers posted around campus for students safety. | Make memories | with friends | who become family.

4: Accounting Biochemistry Biology Business Administration Chemistry Communication Computer Science Criminology Earth & Environmental Science Education Engineering | English Entrepreneurship History Integrative Media Mathematics Nursing Pharmacy Philosophy Political Science Psychology Sociology Spanish Theatre Arts | Majors at Wilkes

5: Many students come to Wilkes for our Nursing and Pharmacy programs, some of the best in the state! | Mathematics is Sarah's major. She really loves the teachers; they are willing to help whenever you need it! | Political Science is Miles' major. He enjoys the stimulating and intellectual debates on current political issues in his classes. | Wilkes has a wonderful Education Department, with great students and inspirational faculty!

6: Buildings of Significant importance at | ... home of the Education Courses | Study Hard Guys | -A place to: *Eat *Gather *Activities (Pool tables & fussball) | Breiseth Hall | Student Union Building | Library | Wilkes University!

7: WORK OUT.. | ..At the Marts Center! | Feeling Sick? -Come here to see a nurse. Not sure where to live? -It's also home of Resident life at Wilkes U. | Feel SAFE and SECURE knowing the.. !! | Passan Hall | doing there job.! | Public Safety Office

8: Wilkes University Residence Halls | Halls include 1 twin bed 1 desk and chair 1 dresser 1 armoire per person | Sturdevant (Mansion style) | Evans (traditional style) | Roth (traditional style)

9: On campus residents have the choice between traditional living and mansion style. Upperclassmen can live in these styles as well as apartment living, which include a full kitchen, bath, and living area. | Towers (apartment style) | Catlin (Mansion style)

10: Wilkes University Library | A Place To Gather... | ...For Questions

11: Campus Media | Wilkes World -Wilkes U Tv -Located in SLC 50 -Operated by students -Channel 21- News Feed -Chanel 39- MTV U | WCHL 90.7 - Operated by students -Plays rock, metal & hiphop

12: The Manuscript Society was established in 1947, and produces two literary arts magazines per school year. Students can enroll in a Manuscript class for one credit. The current faculty advisers are Dr. Mischelle Anthony and Dr. Sean Kelly. The head editor is Justin Jones.

13: The Inkwell Quarterly is a student-based publication in the English department of Wilkes University. Students can also take this for one credit. Students can join the Inkwell staff if they have a major/minor in English. Students write articles about English department topics, conduct professional interviews, and edit material. The faculty adviser is Dr. Marcia Farrell. The managing editor is Matthew Kogoy.

14: The Beacon | Campus Newspaper -Issued Weekly -Contains current events happening on campus -Written by students

15: ...Quiet Study | ...And Continued Learning.

16: Music At Wilkes University! | Wilkes University offers various opportunities for students to express their musically artistic side! | Either by performing with a vocal or instrumental ensemble... | You can even travel with the chamber singers to places like Canada, Virginia, or Washington D.C. | Classical

17: Or on stage through dance or musical theater. | JAZZ | Ballet | Find your style...

20: Weekend Activities | Shopping, going to a hockey or baseball game, and getting a bite to eat are all fun weekend possibilities. | You can always find something to do when classes end on Friday.

21: Wilkes offers many discounts such as $3 movie tickets, free bowling, and reduced ski passes so that students can enjoy what the area has to offer. | Take advantage of weekend activities in Wilkes-Barre and surrounding areas!!

22: Wilkes categorizes their clubs into various categories, such as: Academics, Arts, Athletics Community Service, Cultural, Entertainment, Environment, Faith, Honor Societies, Military, Music, Political, Student Interests, and Student Gov't. | There really is a club for everyone! | Every September, Wilkes holds "Club Day" on the GREENWAY for students to see what each and every club has to offer. | Clubs and Organizations

23: We have Programming Board who revolves around student entertainment, a club for every major, leadership organizations that help students become better leaders and obtain their goals, community service groups who think of creative ways to help others, groups that are specific to students' interests, such as paintball or rock climbing, and so many other groups on our campus. | Fashion Shows, Concerts, Semi-Formal Dances, Food, Fun, Entertainment, Prizes... they're everywhere to be involved when you get involved at Wilkes


25: Men's Sports Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Soccer Tennis Wrestling | Women's Sports Basketball Cross Country Field Hockey Lacrosse Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball | “Sports do not build character. They reveal it.” | BE COLONEL...

28: Looking for food? There are plenty of great places in and around campus to grab a bit to eat! | On Campus

29: Dining

30: Off Campus | Dining

32: Our ED 191 Class | Instructor: Dr. Dana Burnside

33: Created By Nicholas Barno Miranda Baur Rachael Bernosky Kaitlyn Bevans Brian Carey Edwin Colon Amanda Coombs Brittaney Costigan Jennifer Earley Shane Everett Sarah Frable Kevin Gaughan Jessica George Christopher Grube Bethany Guarilia Kyla Halsor Miles Humenansky Courtney Leighton Patrick Ritter Amanda Shonk Jessica Short Lindsey Speck Simon TKach Stephanie Wilkie

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About This Mixbook

  • Title: ED 191 Class Mixbook
  • The ED 191 Class creates their first mixbook.
  • Tags: education
  • Started: about 7 years ago
  • Updated: about 7 years ago