2014 Winter Term Mascot Naming Contest

2014 Mascot Final

Meet the Winter Term Mascot … Shiver!  

320 votes were cast by students, faculty, and staff to select this name.  Thanks to everyone who participated!

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Please note: Registration for your winter courses begins
at the same time as your spring time ticket

Winter 2014 Term:
(unless otherwise indicated)

December 15, 2014 - January 16, 2015

Subject Course CRN Title
ART 101 8201 Art Appreciation
ART 101  8202 Art Appreciation 
ASP 102 8232 Student Voices: Leadership and Community
BIO145 8203 **Environmental Biology (This course has a f2f final on Friday, January 16 from 10 a.m. - noon in FSC156)
BSN 511 8233 Business Operations and Analysis 
CHM 103 8204 Chemistry: A Cultural Approach
CHM103 8259 Chemistry: A Cultural Approach 
CNS 596 8238 ST: Emotionally Intelligent Leadership: Concepts & Considerations (This course has two required face-to-face mtgs on Saturday, Dec. 20, from 8:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 21 from 8:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. at Dixon University Center in Harrisburg, PA)
COM111 8205 Introduction to Mass Communication 
CRJ 100 8226 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CRJ 100 8227 Introduction to Criminal Justice
ECH 565 8240 Health and Safety Practices
EEC543 8229 ST: Single Subject Research 
ENG 238 8206 Technical/Professional Writing I
ENG 250 8207 Introduction to Literature
ENG250 8260 Introduction to Literature 
ENG 308 8208 Fiction Writing
ESC 200 8230 Lifestyle Management
ESC200 8253 Lifestyle Management 
ESC 207 8231 Stress Management
ESC207 8257 Stress Management 
ESS 108 8209 Conservation of Natural Resources
ESS108 8254 Conservation of Natural Resources 
GEO 101 8210 World Geography
GEO 101 8258 World Geography 
GEO 103 8211 Geography of US and Canada
GEO 103 8255 Geography of US and Canada 
GEO140 8245 Cultural Geography 
HCS 260 8212 Computer-Mediated Communication
HCS 350 8213 Theories of Organizational Communication
MAT105 8250 Math for Liberal Studies (This course has a f2f final on Friday, January 16 from 1 - 3 p.m. in MCT258) 
MBA532 8248 Marketing Research 
MBA 552 8235 **Entrepreneurship (This course has a f2f final on Friday, January 16 from 6 - 8 p.m.)
MGT305 8239 Organizational Behaviour 
MGT 370 8236 International Business
MGT 447 8234 Business and Society 
PHY 108 8214 Astronomy 
PHY110 8215 Physics for Society 
PLS 100 8216 US Government and Politics 
PLS 231 8217 State & Local Government
PLS3008218 Advanced American Government & Public Policy 
PLS6018241**Research Methods (This course has a f2f meeting on December 20 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and a f2f final on Saturday, January 17 from 10 a.m. - 2p.m.) 
PSY  265  8219 Childhood and Adolescence
PSY 270 8220 Social Psychology
PSY 397  8221  Human Cognitive Development
RDG334 8252 Classroom Based Literacy Assessment 
SCM 420 8237 Global Logistics Systems (Restricted to SCM Certificate and Letter of Completion Grad Students ONLY) 
SOC 101 8222  Introduction to Sociology: Society & Diversity 
SOC  241  8223 Contemporary Social Problems 
SOC 244 8224 Criminology 
SOC244 8261 Criminology 
SOC 550  8225 Leadership Theory and Practice 
TCH505 8249Instructional Technology for Today's Educators 
WST100 8243Introduction to Women's Studies 
WST100 8256 Introduction to Women's Studies 

**This course requires a face-to-face proctored exam.  Students who are unable to take the exam at Shippensburg University on the designated day and time due to their geographic location or other extenuating circumstances may request to take the exam at an alternate location with an individual proctor.  In such cases, it is the students’ responsibility to 1) identify an alternate testing location and proctor, both of which meet particular criteria established by Shippensburg University, 2) initiate the request for an alternate testing location and proctor with Shippensburg University no later than two weeks prior to the exam date, 3) work with the alternate testing location and proctor to identify a mutually agreeable testing date and time, which is approved by the course faculty member, and 4) pay for any costs set by the alternate testing location and proctor the student has identified, and pay those costs directly to the alternate testing location and proctor (Shippensburg University does not charge a fee for students’ use of an alternate testing location and proctor).  To obtain the criteria for an acceptable alternate testing location and proctor, and to request and receive approval for an alternate testing location and proctor for their exam, students should send an email to PCDE@ship.edu.