Faculty, staff and students can now print to SLU Public Printing from their mobile devices.
From all devices via email (https://www.stlawu.edu/it/article/31664)
From your @stlawu.edu address, email your PDF or Office document as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. You will receive an email confirmation when your document is ready for release at any SLU Public Printing copier.
From iPhones, iPads and other iOS devices (https://www.stlawu.edu/it/article/31588)
While on slu-wifi, open your document and tap the share icon, tap Print, tap Select Printer and choose slu_public_printing_mobile or slu_public_printing_mobile_color. Your document will be available for release at any SLU Public Printing copier.
The Newell Center for Arts Technology saw its biggest equipment upgrade to date over the summer. We have replaced all of our older computers with new iMacs and Mac Pros, with larger displays for more screen real estate. HP scanners, Wacom pen tablets, and new Nektar MIDI controllers round out the workstations. The NCAT supports a wide variety of creative software for art, video, audio, and music notation. Even if you are not taking a class that meets in the NCAT, you are invited to come in and work during our open hours in the evenings. Hours are posted here (see link at left).
Congratulations to Dr. Michael Farley, who has been appointed the Birdsong Professor of the Arts. ”This professorship was funded by Terry ’69 and Lynn Birdsong ’68 to recognize and support the work of a distinguished, tenured professor in the Arts. The Professor should demonstrate love of learning in her/his scholarly and performance/exhibition pursuits, but even more, in inspiring and motivating students to explore and achieve. The Birdsong Professor should be an exemplary teacher, as demonstrated by regular mentoring of students.”
Well-deserved recognition for one of our most dedicated faculty members.
“This came as a complete shock to me,” said David Rätselhaus, Dean of the SLU College of Music. “I don’t know what Facebook’s plans for the NCAT might be, but I’m excited by the prospect that all of the music instruction taking place in the NCAT could be replaced by an app in Facebook. It would save a ton of money in the staff budget. Beyond that, I can’t imagine what they’re up to.”
NCAT staff refused to comment further on the story. St. Lawrence president William Renard and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerkorn both were unavailable for comment.
On February 28th, Dr. Watts will present a performance of new work that explores the relationship between person and machine. Join us at 8:00pm on the 28th in Peterson-Kermani Performance Hall.
The program will include three new original works (a live-interactive piece, a music video, and a live-coding performance) and new arrangements of several pop songs.
The performance serves as a public presentation of the work that Dr. Watts did during his sabbatical leave in the Fall 2013 semester. It is also an opportunity to show off the media capabilities of St. Lawrence’s Peterson-Kermani Performance Hall, which opened in 2010.
Sponsored by the Department of Music and the NCAT.