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  • Cadet Life: Women' s Lacrosse
    Religious Program Information Systems Administrative Systems Networks Technology Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program GALLERY WOMEN S LACROSSE Women s Lacrosse The Coast Guard Academy Women s Lacrosse Team originally founded in 2005 is comprised of both experienced players as well as beginners The team currently plays in the New England Women s Lacrosse league competing against teams including Northeastern Harvard UCONN West Point and Brown This season the coaching staff is comprised of two former players LT Mary Bitzer CGA 09 and LT Colleen Symansky CGA 05 The lacrosse season typically runs from early February through late April In the 2013 season the women finished with a record of 7 wins 5 losses Bringing back a strong crop of players this year the Bears hope to make a run for the playoffs in their last season as a club team The Women s Lacrosse team will be transitioning to NCAA D III status for the spring 2015 season NCAA President Dr Mark Emmert Visits the Coast Guard Academy Spring 2014 Schedule Saturday March 1 Brown 11 30 Sunday March 2 Hofstra 12 00 Sunday March 2 NYU 1 30 Saturday March 22 vs Sacred Heart University 11 00 Tuesday

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/cadet.aspx?id=491 (2016-02-14)
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  • Cadet Life: Men' s Rugby
    Resources Sponsor Program Sponsor Family Application 2015 Eligibility FAQs Overview Downloadable Application Religious Program Information Systems Administrative Systems Networks Technology Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program SOCIAL MEDIA Coast Guard Academy Rugby Men s Rugby The Men s Rugby Team is a club sport that competes against other DI and DII colleges in the DII New England Collegiate Rugby Conference Rugby is a physically demanding international contact sport that started in England in 1823 It is scheduled to be included in the next summer Olympics and was a precursor to American football Since 1968 the Bears have clawed their way up from playing Division IV in a Stonington cow pasture to the 2006 DII National Champions During the period from 2000 to 2008 the Bears were an impressive 76 and 12 and earned three Conference titles and five Regional Championships In 2012 the men returned to the National playoffs ending with an 9th place national ranking and again in the 2014 National 7 s championships ending with a national 8th place ranking Fall 2015 Schedule September 13 CGA UVM Keene State field September 19 CGA vs BU September 26 CGA vs UNH October 3 CGA Norwich October 10 CGA URI

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/cadet.aspx?id=5249 (2016-02-14)
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  • Cadet Life: CAPT John Van Dickens
    Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports CONTACT INFORMATION CAPT John Van Dickens U S Coast Guard Academy Command Religious Program 15 Mohegan Avenue New London CT 06320 John V Dickens uscg mil 860 444 8480 CAPT John Van Dickens CHC USN Chaplain Corps U S Navy Senior Command Chaplain U S Coast Guard Academy CAPT John Van Dickens was born on 11 March 1955 in Hickory North Carolina He graduated from Centenary College of Louisiana in 1977 with a B A degree in Religion and then received the Master of Theology degree from Southern Methodist University in 1983 In 1990 he graduated from Emory University with a Doctor of Ministry degree Chaplain Dickens was ordained Elder in 1985 by the Louisiana Conference of the United Methodist Church and is currently a member of the North Carolina Conference In August 1994 he was commissioned a Lieutenant in the U S Navy Chaplain Corps completing the Navy Chaplain s Basic Course in Newport Rhode Island in October 1994 and reported for duty at Second Marine Division Camp Lejeune North Carolina with deployments to Okinawa Japan and South Korea In July 1997 Chaplain Dickens was assigned to United States Coast Guard Yard Baltimore Maryland as Command Chaplain In September 2000 he reported to USS Lake Erie CG 70 participating in theater ballistic missile defense testing in the South Pacific In September 2002 he was assigned to the United States Naval Academy In October 2005 he transferred to First Marine Division where he deployed with Third Battalion Fifth Marines to Al Anbar Province Iraq in support of OIF 05 7 1 He was then reassigned as Regimental Chaplain

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  • Cadet Life: Chaplain Keith Shuley
    graduate work in Boston at St John s School of Theology where received his M Div degree in 1984 During a sabbatical following his academic studies Chaplain Shuley worked for one of the companies owned by Anheuser Busch and then enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1987 Chaplain Shuley completed his active duty enlistment in 1991 He then returned from sabbatical to begin his pastoral internship in Corpus Christi Texas He was ordained a Deacon in 1991 and a Priest in 1992 He was commissioned shortly after ordination and went directly to Navy Chaplain School Following Chaplain School Chaplain Shuley served in parish churches in the Corpus Christi area while also serving as a Chaplain in the Navy Reserve Chaplain Shuley returned to active duty in 1995 He has served in Naples Italy with the U S Navy personnel assigned to NATO he was assigned to a Marine Expeditionary Unit in Okinawa Japan he served the Coast Guard at TRACEN Petaluma and returned to Okinawa where he served with 3D Medical Battalion Chaplain Shuley then was the Command Chaplain on board USS Peleliu LHA 5 with additional duties as Chaplain for Expeditionary Strike Group ONE He then went on an isolated duty tour in Diego Garcia Indian Ocean and had a short assignment to U S Merchant Marine Academy when the needs of the Navy sent him back to the USMC to serve with 1st Marine Logistics Group where he had two combat deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom Following his USMC tour he returned to sea as Command Chaplain for USS Carl Vinson CVN 70 with additional duties as Chaplain for Carrier Strike Group ONE Chaplain Shuley arrived at the U S Coast Guard Academy in July 2012 Chaplain Shuley s personal awards include two Meritorious

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  • Cadet Life: LT Takana Skelton
    Fourth Class Academic Orientation Cadet Academic Advisory Board Cadet Academic Assistance Program Writing and Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports CONTACT INFORMATION LT Takana L Skelton U S Coast Guard Academy Command Religious Program 15 Mohegan Avenue New London CT 06320 Takana L Skelton uscg mil 860 444 8481 LT TAKANA L SKELTON CHC USN Chaplain U S Coast Guard Academy LT Takana L Skelton is a native of Wartrace Tennessee She earned her Master of Divinity degree at Memphis Theological Seminary Memphis Tennessee with honors Summa Cum Laude in 2011 In 2008 she received a bachelor Magna Cum Laude and master s degree with concentration in Health Care Management from American Intercontinental University Hoffman Estates Illinois After graduating from Basic Chaplain School at the Naval Chaplaincy School and Center Fort Jackson South Carolina in August 17 2011 she was commissioned as Lieutenant Junior Grade on August 18 2011 She is also prior enlisted Navy Hospital Corpsman Pharmacy Technician served on active duty for 10 years from 1992 until 2002 In 1997 while stationed in Beaufort South Carolina LTJG Skelton was the first Navy Pharmacy Technician awarded the Pharmacy Technician NEC 8482 without prior military schooling LT Skelton served as youth pastor of Germantown Christian Center during 2009 and 2011 In the summer of 2009 she also completed a unit of Clinical Pastoral Education CPE at Methodist University hospital in Memphis Tennessee The CPE program covered five hospitals in the area with one being LeBonhuer Children s Hospital LT Skelton was instrumental in serving at all five hospitals After completion of CPE due to her excellent work ethic compassion

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  • United States Coast Guard Academy
    Fellowship Music Pride Special Interests Sports and Leisure Uniforms Resources Sponsor Program Sponsor Family Application 2015 Eligibility FAQs Overview Downloadable Application Religious Program Information Systems Administrative Systems Networks Technology Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Memorials Funeral Services and Weddings Memorials funeral services and weddings are conducted for eligible parties Call to schedule Select Usage Instructions and or Wedding Packet for more information on eligibility and use You may or

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/cadet2.aspx?id=2528 (2016-02-14)
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  • Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program
    she can be reached at 860 625 1002 The 24 7 DoD Safe Helpline also provides assistance Users have three ways to access their services click call or text for confidential support available 24 7 worldwide Click Log on to www SafeHelpline org for live one on one confidential help with a trained professional Call Call the hotline at 1 877 995 5247 to speak with a trained staff member for personalized advice and support for military and civilian resources Text Text a location or zip code to 55 247 inside the U S or 001 202 470 5546 outside the U S to receive contact information for the SARC The Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Eastern Connecticut is another option The 24 hour hotline is completely free and confidential and can be reached at 860 437 7766 Contacting them will not result in either a restricted or an unrestricted report If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted and you need assistance please follow these guidelines to preserve all evidence of the assault It is recommended that you do not change clothes but if you feel you must bring soiled clothing in a paper bag not plastic Do not eat or drink anything Do not shower wash your hands brush your teeth or use mouthwash Do not take or apply any type of medication to your injuries Do not use the bathroom but if you must bring urine for testing in a plastic or glass container If you are still at the location in which the crime occurred do not clean straighten up or remove anything from the crime scene Seek medical care as soon as possible Even if you do not have any visible physical injuries you may be at risk of acquiring a sexually transmitted

    Original URL path: http://www.cga.edu/cadet2.aspx?id=5596 (2016-02-14)
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  • Academics: Dean' s Welcome
    Graduate Studies Distinguished Speaker Program Faculty Alphabetical List Browse by Department Engineering Faculty Humanities Faculty Management Faculty Mathematics Faculty Science Faculty Professional Maritime Studies Faculty Library Registrar Academic Support Services Academic Advising Fourth Class Academic Orientation Cadet Academic Advisory Board Cadet Academic Assistance Program Writing and Reading Center HWRC International Council Peer Tutor Program Honors USCGA Scholars Honors Internships National Honor Societies Saratoga Fellowship USCGA Annual Ethics Forum Center for Advanced Studies About Lunchtime Seminar Series Excellence in Scholarship Awards Summer Fellowship Reports DEAN KURT COLELLA Dean s Welcome On behalf of the Academic division it is my pleasure to welcome you to the United States Coast Guard Academy The Academy is a place that offers a four year experience filled with exciting challenges that foster the intellectual physical and professional growth of our future Coast Guard leadership I encourage you to seize every opportunity to invest in yourself and take ownership of your own development in all areas The present day world is an environment that demands well developed critical thinking skills a strong ability to communicate and a motivation and desire to never stop learning Coast Guard officers in our world possess sharp minds demonstrate sound leadership competencies and value the importance of teamwork while living and breathing the Coast Guard Core Values of Honor Respect and Devotion to Duty The core curriculum is firmly based in the arts and sciences with a breadth of technical and professional exposure that serves as the nucleus of each academic major Rigorous in depth study in a chosen major is a natural follow on that solidifies more advanced concepts and develops sound field expertise Each academic program is subjected to continual assessment and revision to keep pace with the dynamic environment that exists in higher education today The mantra of CGA

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