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  • Directory - Colgate University
    Success After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Colgate Directory Last Name First Name Everyone Faculty Staff Students Select Department Or Office All Accounting and Control Admission Africana and Latin American Studies ALANA Cultural Center Art and Art History Asian Studies Athletics Biology Bookstore Budget Decision Support Campus Safety Career Services Center for Leadership and Student Involvement Center for Learning Teaching and Research Center for Outreach Volunteerism and Education COVE Chapel House Chaplain Chemistry Classics Colgate Camp Communications Community Affairs Computer Science Counseling Center Dean of the College Dean of the Faculty Provost Dining Services Document Services East Asian Languages and Literatures Economics Education Electronics English Environmental Health Safety Environmental Studies Equity and Diversity Facilities B G Film and Media Studies Finance Administration Financial Aid Geography Geology German Greek Life Health Services History Human Resources Humanities Information Technology Institutional Advancement Institutional Planning Research International Relations International Student Services Jewish Studies LGBTQ Initiatives LGBTQ Studies Library Linguistics Mail Services Mathematics Medieval and Renaissance Studies Middle Eastern Studies and Islamic Civilization Music National Fellowships Native American Studies Natural Sciences Neuroscience Off Campus Study Outdoor Education Peace and Conflict Studies Philosophy Physical Education Recreation Sports Physics and Astronomy Picker Art Gallery Political Science President s Office Psychology Purchasing Registrar Religion Residential Life Romance Languages Russian Eurasian Studies Shaw Wellness Institute Social Sciences Sociology and Anthropology Summer Programs Sustainability Theater Thought into Action Institute Undergraduate Studies University Studies Upstate Institute Women s Studies Writing and Rhetoric

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/directory?dept=INTR&lastname=&firstname=&searchfor=0 (2016-02-01)
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  • Catholic Life
    READ MORE Community Building Colgate students enjoying a day of apple picking in Central New York When in Rome Colgate students and Deacon Shiner posing for a picture at the Colosseum Ad Multos Annos Newman students with newly ordained Deacon Mark Shiner Colgate s Catholic campus minister outside of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Syracuse May 12 2012 Retreats Newman students enjoying or perhaps not a game during the Fall Retreat One Big Happy Family The conclusion to a wonderful fall retreat October 2012 Catholic life on campus is dedicated to the four principles of the worship of the Holy Trinity service and hospitality to the needy education and intellectual formation and recreation and community building activities Newman Community The Colgate Newman Community is the Catholic faith community on the Colgate campus We foster a strong commitment to interfaith dialogue service and respect and we seek to be an open and welcoming community to all members of the Colgate and global community GET INVOLVED Newman Board The Newman Board is in charge of planning events for the Newman Community and the campus at large Our meetings are at 8 30 p m in the Chapel Garden Level during the school year If interested in joining the board please don t hesitate to contact Deacon Mark or any of the Newman officers for 2013 whose contact information is below Eric Lindley 16 President elindley colgate edu Joanna Howe 16 VP Social and Education jhowe colgate edu Christine Bachek 17 Secretary cbachek colgate edu Staff Deacon Mark Shiner University Chaplain and Catholic Campus Minister Father Richard B Dunn Pastor St Mary s Church Hamilton Contact Us Deacon Mark Shiner 13 Oak Drive Hamilton NY 13346 mshiner colgate edu Phone 315 228 7680 Mass Schedule Memorial Chapel Sunday 9 p m

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/campus-life/religious-life/catholic-life (2016-02-01)
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  • Religious Life - Jewish Life
    sponsors an annual kosher halal barbecue with the Muslim Student Association during Spring Party Weekend Israel at Colgate During Israel Night at Frank Dining Hall students enjoyed Israeli pop music made their own challah got their names written in Hebrew and Arabic and of course had a particularly delicious dinner Minyan Monday morning minyan at the Sap complete with coffee and donuts Visiting Lecturers Visiting Instructor Jacob Stoil offers some insight into the political career of former Israeli President Shimon Peres hours before Peres visit to campus From constructing a sukkah to cooking Shabbat dinner students are empowered to create meaningful religious educational and social programs which enrich their experience both as scholars and as Jews In alignment with the academic mission of the University and as a community resourced and supported by Colgate s Office of the Chaplains the Colgate Jewish Union is a pluralistic egalitarian student led organization which encourages participants to engage in ritual intellectual community building and social justice activities The Colgate Jewish Union seeks to promote Jewish literacy both among Jews and the larger community engaging the campus in Colgate s vibrant interfaith life The CJU offers weekly Shabbat services and dinner High Holiday services a sukkah on the main academic quad events each night of Chanukah a Purim Megillah reading and a week long kosher co op during Passover in addition to providing sedarim for over 150 students We ve also recently instituted an egalitarian morning minyan once a week no small feat for a campus of our size Topical discussions with faculty and Israel programming throughout the year complement our religious and social offerings Chanukah at Colgate Join the Colgate Jewish Union for 8 nights of festivities From late night sufganiyot study breaks to latkes with every topping you can imagine take a moment for miracles during the last week of classes Sunday Dec 6 Bagel Brunch Latke Bar Chanukiyah Lighting Monday Dec 7 Chanukiyah Lighting Tuesday Dec 8 Chanukiyah Lighting Dreidel Games Cookie Decorating Wednesday Dec 9 Chanukiyah Lighting Sufganiyot Study Break Thursday Dec 10 Chanukiyah Lighting Latkes at the Lighting Friday Dec 11 Chanukiyah Lighting Pajama Shabbat Saturday Dec 12 Havdalah Chanukiyah Lighting Dinner Sunday Dec 13 Chanukiyah Lighting The Michael Saperstein Jewish Center The Saperstein Jewish Center commonly referred to as The Sap is a focal point for Jewish study worship and culture on our campus This small but dynamic space houses everything from Friday night services to Monday night football High Holiday services to challah baking extravaganzas The Sap houses our sanctuary a library of several hundred volumes a classroom where several Jewish Studies courses are held and both meat and dairy kosher kitchens It also has computer workstations a huge flat screen TV and DVD player and a Wii as well as great couches making it a fantastic space to do homework or just hang out Student Organizations Colgate Jewish Union A student led organization which promotes Jewish religious cultural and social life and community LEARN MORE GET

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/campus-life/religious-life/jewish-life (2016-02-01)
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  • Protestant Life
    envisioned by Colgate s founders We are a passionate group of students dedicated to sustaining a strong Christian community on campus and to spreading God s Word at Colgate Community Bonding University Church and the Colgate Christian Fellowship often have joint events such as the picnic pictured here GET INVOLVED Local Excursions University Church students often take trips to local attractions such as Endless Trails in Hubbardsville NY for a Reformation Day carriage ride and hot chocolate Mardi Gras Banquet University Church partners with Interfaith House for our annual Mardi Gras Dinner and dance which supports the Mid York Holiday Project Spreading Holiday Cheer The Newman Community University Church and the Colgate Christian Fellowship team up to go Christmas caroling University Church Colgate University had its genesis in the American Protestant tradition We carry this heritage forward in the work and ecumenical worship of University Church with gratitude for our founders who saw no discrepancy between the life of faith and the pursuit of truth and learning University Church strives to be a diverse Christian community of worship sacrament service prayer and intellectual engagement All activities and services are open to the entire Colgate community and we draw great encouragement from the vibrant and diverse religious life here University Church also affirms and seeks to work together with other Protestant groups on the campus and Protestant churches in the community LEARN MORE Worship Schedule Service 6 30pm 7 30pm Sundays in the Colgate Memorial Chapel followed by a catered dinner in Lawrence 105 Bible Study select Wednesdays at 12 15pm and Tuesdays at 5pm in the chapel basement common room All events include a catered meal Please refer to our Facebook page for specific dates this semester Staff Reverend Dr Corey MacPherson Protestant Chaplain cmacpherson colgate edu 315 228 7889

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/campus-life/religious-life/protestant-life (2016-02-01)
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  • Interfaith Initiatives at Colgate University
    MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Campus Life Religious Life Interfaith Interfaith Life on Campus All of our religious groups participate in interfaith engagement whether through co sponsored programs travel service or our Big Days initiative Menu Menu What s Happening Our groups are some of the most active on campus sponsoring and hosting faith based and interfaith programming READ MORE Heretics Club Colgate s Heretics Club lunch discussion series was created to elevate the conversation on campus about life s big questions Through lectures and conversations with a very diverse group of faculty staff and students we demonstrate that people of different religious convictions and worldviews can have meaningful and productive conversations about ultimate ideas Heretics Club meets weekly when classes are in session Interfaith House Founded in 2013 104 Broad Street houses 30 residents from a multitude of religious backgrounds who live and work together to provide the Colgate and Hamilton community with educational philanthropic and social programming In addition to hosting several town gown events the house also sponsors a weekly dinner discussion led by a member of the staff or faculty All Beliefs Community ABC The All Beliefs Community is a student club comprised of representatives from all of the aforementioned religious organizations This club was created to encourage and enhance dialogue and collaboration between groups ABC sponsors the Interfaith Dinners once a month provides a panel of students for some Heretics lunches and co sponsors many other multi faith events Travel From Istanbul to Italy the Office of the Chaplains offers students opportunities to explore experience and reflect on the world together Interfaith Dinners On the first Thursday of each month the Office of the Chaplains sponsors a dinner discussion Led by representatives from two different religious groups topics have ranged from environmentalism

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/campus-life/religious-life/interfaith (2016-02-01)
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  • Office of Equity and Diversity - Inclusivity at Colgate
    the goals of a Colgate education outlined in the university catalogue A Colgate education should enable students to See themselves honestly and critically within a global and historical perspective to recognize that their beliefs identities interests and values are in part a reflection of their background education and life experiences Grow in both confidence and humility to affirm a set of values while respecting and learning from the diverse perspectives identities ways of life and philosophies of others 3 engagement A true commitment to diversity means more than simple tolerance of difference Inclusion requires an environment where any individual or group can feel welcome supported and valued as a full participant An inclusive community necessitates both the awareness of personal cultural and institutionalized forms of discrimination and the active commitment to dismantle those barriers Mutual respect for individual differences combined with the conscious act of building bridges across differences can promote a truly welcoming environment where all individuals and groups are recognized and empowered Colgate recognizes that achieving our goal of a fully inclusive community requires ongoing efforts and sustained attention at all levels of the university We are aware that there are still impediments particularly for people of color for those who are socio economically disadvantaged and for the LGBTQ community Colgate is committed to addressing these concerns in a holistic manner that attends to both the campus culture and the demographic composition 4 personal biases ingrained social stereotypes and institutionalized forms of discrimination At one time an all male and all white institution Colgate has evolved over the years to admit women and students of color to provide financial aid and diversify its academic offerings and to employ affirmative action in its hiring practices to increase the number of women and people of color in its faculty and staff These university wide efforts are ongoing but take place within the context of U S society Assumptions about individuals and groups based on gender race class sexual orientation religion etc permeate our social environment and can only be unlearned through sustained conscious personal effort Colgate aims to provide its students with the opportunity to challenge these assumptions to understand the complex relationship between self and society to take a principled stand for what they believe and to respect and learn from the diverse perspectives identities ways of life and philosophies of others Strategic Goals Strengthen diversity recruitment efforts Collaborate with the Provost and Dean of the Faculty and Human Resources as well as individual departments and search committees to employ recruitment efforts designed to attract and retain an excellent and diverse faculty and staff Respond to concerns regarding equity and diversity including perceived discrimination and harassment Educate the campus community about the university s Policy on Equal Opportunity Nondiscrimination Sexual Harassment and Other Forms of Harassment and take steps for the prompt and equitable resolution of complaints of harassment and discrimination including Title IX complaints Offer diversity education opportunities for the Colgate community Provide discrimination and harassment prevention trainings

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/equity-and-diversity (2016-02-01)
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  • Information about Fraternities - Greek Organizations at Colgate
    time professional staff members support fraternities in their philanthropic community and campus endeavors Menu Menu Inter Fraternity Council IFC Our fraternities collaborate with one another through this council in support of the following mission We the men of the various national and local fraternity chapters at Colgate University set forth this constitution and bylaws in order to promote harmonious relationship and coordination among the member chapters to foster friendly relations between member chapters and the faculty administration and trustees of the University and to represent and promote the interests of the member chapters in the affairs of the University We do ordain and establish this constitution as binding in letter and spirit upon our activities and privileges Residences Our fraternities are residential Because Colgate s residential education plan requires that all students except for a small number of seniors approved to live off campus live in university owned and managed facilities each fraternity organization occupies a free standing house on Broad Street or on campus Our Fraternities Beta Theta Pi Developing men of principle for a principled life LEARN MORE Delta Upsilon Delta Upsilon is the premier men s fraternity committed to building better men for a global society through service leadership development and lifelong personal growth of our diverse membership LEARN MORE Phi Delta Theta Phi Delta Theta was organized with three principal objectives The cultivation of friendship among its members the acquirement individually of a high degree of mental culture and the attainment personally of a high standard of morality LEARN MORE Phi Kappa Tau The mission of Phi Kappa Tau is to champion a lifelong commitment to brotherhood learning ethical leadership and exemplary character LEARN MORE Theta Chi Founded on the principle of friendship through the mutual assistance of every member Theta Chi aims to provide its

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/campus-life/fraternities-and-sororities/fraternity-information (2016-02-01)
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  • Information about Sororities - Greek Organizations at Colgate
    sororities in their philanthropic community and campus endeavors Menu Menu Inclusivity Statement DOWNLOAD THE STATEMENT Our Sororities Delta Delta Delta The purpose of Delta Delta Delta shall be to establish a perpetual bond of friendship among its members to develop a stronger and more womanly character to broaden the moral and intellectual life and to assist its members in every possible way Gamma Phi Beta To inspire the highest type of womanhood We will build confident women of character who celebrate sisterhood and make a difference in the world around us Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Kappa Gamma is an organization of women which seeks for every member throughout her life bonds of friendship mutual support opportunities for self growth respect for intellectual development and an understanding of and an allegiance to positive ethical principles Panhellenic Association The Panhellenic Council is the governing board for Colgate s three female Greek letter organizations ABOUT THE PANHELLENIC ASSOCIATION Beliefs and values as stated by the National Panhellenic Conference We as Undergraduate Members of women s fraternities stand for good scholarship for guarding of good health for maintenance of fine standards and for serving to the best of our ability our college community Cooperation for furthering fraternity life in harmony with its best possibilities is the ideal that shall guide our fraternity activities We as Fraternity Women stand for service through the development of character inspired by the close contact and deep friendship of individual fraternity and Panhellenic life The opportunity for wide and wise human service through mutual respect and helpfulness is the tenet by which we strive to live Recruitment Students that are of sophomore status and have a cumulative GPA of 2 5 or higher are eligible to participate in sorority recruitment Sorority recruitment is a formal process to participate you

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