The Staff Assembly Executive Committee would like to thank staff for submitting their comments on the reclassification process through Staff Assembly’s online suggestion form. We have forwarded these anonymous comments to the appropriate administrators.
FOOD, FUN, FRIENDS, AND FOOTBALL!
Brought to you by Staff Assembly Activities and Social Committee
When: Tailgate from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. | Game starts at 12:00 p.m.
Where: Hinkle Fieldhouse Parking Lot, in front of Gate 4
What you need to know:
- We will have games, food, and fun all happening before the
Butler vs. SanDiego football game.
- Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for youth (ages 3-12) and include game
admission, food and drinks. Game tickets will be handed out at the tailgate.
- Alcohol is allowed but will not be provided. (Please, no glass containers.)
Are you or your spouse due for your regularly scheduled breast cancer screening? The St. Vincent Mobile Mammography van will be on campus, Monday, November 3 from 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This screening is available to all Butler University faculty and staff, as well as their significant other. Students are also welcome to register if they meet the eligibility criteria. Please see the participant letter for eligibility requirements.
Registration is required and can be completed online or by filling out the patient registration form. Registration needs to be completed no later than Friday, October 17. Your results are confidential and will be sent directly to your primary care provider. Please contact Healthy Horizons at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-940-8143 with any questions.
Through a grant sponsored by the Indiana State Department of Health and the Indiana Cancer Consortium, Healthy Horizons is holding several breast cancer awareness events across campus, including a series of lunch and learn educational discussions. If you have any questions about these events, please contact Healthy Horizons at email@example.com.
Friday, October 3 – Noon in Atherton Union, room 326
Breast Cancer 101 (An introduction to breast cancer)
This presentation will introduce participants to the topic of breast cancer. Participants will gain an increased knowledge on Susan G. Komen of Central Indiana and the impact of its mission. Participants will also gain a better understanding of breast cancer and warning signs. The discussion will include the 3-step early detection plan, the impact of research, breast cancer treatment options, and how to become involved in the breast cancer movement.
Presented by Wendy Noe, Outreach and Grants Manager for the Susan G. Komen foundation
Wednesday, October 15 – Noon in Atherton Union, room 302
Genetics and Hereditary Component of Breast Cancer
This presentation will focus on the genetic and hereditary aspect of breast cancer. Stephanie is a genetics counselor with St. Vincent who is involved in their Cancer Genetics Risk Assessment Program. The discussion will include common genetic mutations and hereditary effects in relation to a person developing or living with breast cancer.
Presented by Stephanie Cohen, Licensed Genetics Counselor with St. Vincent Hospital
Wednesday, October 29 – Noon in Atherton Union, room 326
Ask the Doctor Series
This discussion will focus on the importance of breast cancer screening strategies. Dr. Goulet will discuss from a breast cancer surgeon’s point of view, what are ideal and/or optimal screening strategies to prevent or reduce the risk of developing breast cancer. Participants will also have the opportunity to ask questions and address concerns on breast cancer topics with the doctor. Dr. Goulet is one of the most renowned breast surgeons in the country. View his bio.
Presented by Dr. Robert Goulet of Community Health Network in Indianapolis
Monday, November 3 – 9:00 AM–3:00 PM, Parked outside on Butler Way
St. Vincent Mobile Mammography Unit
Note: Registration deadline is Friday, October 10.
Seasonal influenza vaccines (flu shots) will be available at no cost to anyone with a Butler ID: students, faculty, staff and affiliates. This year the offer is extended to employee spouses/partners. The free vaccine is available while supplies last and no appointment is necessary.
Drop-In Flu Shot Clinics will be as follows:
|Wed., October 1||4:30 – 6:00 pm||Jordan Hall Rm 174|
|Fri., October 3||9:00 am – 4:00 pm||Reilly Room, Atherton|
|Mon., October 6||9:00 am – 6:00 pm||Reilly Room, Atherton|
|Tues., October 7||9:00 am – 1:00 pm||Reilly Room, Atherton|
|Thurs., October 9||8:00 am – 2:00 pm||Reilly Room, Atherton|
|Mon., October 20||Noon – 6:00 pm||HRC 154|
- Please wear loose clothing so that your upper arm is easy to access
- Please allow 20 minutes in your schedule
- Bring your Butler ID with you
- Must be 18 years of age or have parental consent
- Key Facts about Seasonal Flu from the CDC
- Good Health Habits
Anyone who would like to get a free flu shot in advance or outside of these clinic times is welcome to drop by Health Services (in the HRC), Monday–Friday between 9:00 am and 3:30 pm, calling ahead is preferred.
Questions: Health Services, 317-940-9385, or message firstname.lastname@example.org