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Pour Four Performs The Main Stage Pour Four Performs The Main Stage

Marywood University’s Music, Theatre, and Dance department’s saxophone quartet, Pour Four, will perform on the Marywood Main Stage. Pour Four is coached by F. David Romines, D.M.A., co-chair and associate professor of music education at Marywood University.

New Organic Chemistry Lab is Open!! New Organic Chemistry Lab is Open!!

The University’s excellent education has been greatly enhanced by the newly renovated organic chemistry laboratory that allows the University to expand its instrumentation and further its research efforts.

Anatomical Halloween Anatomical Halloween

11-1-13 Human Gross Anatomy, Dr. Steven Reggie

Organic Chemistry Teaching and Research Laboratory Renovations Organic Chemistry Teaching and Research Laboratory Renovations

a Tradeline article published on 6-18-2014 discusses recent science lab renovations at Marywood.

Remodeling Buildings into Modern, Sustainable STEM Facilities Remodeling Buildings into Modern, Sustainable STEM Facilities

A Tradeline article from 8-13-14, featuring Marywood's science lab, discusses how cost and energy savings can be achieved without new construction.

Marywood University 2018 Commencement Liturgy

Academic Procession will begin at 9:45am

Dancing Through Time: Fundamentals of Dance Final Project Dancing Through Time: Fundamentals of Dance Final Project

Join Seniors Dana Jackson & Marcus Blackwell as they complete their final project for Fundamentals of Dance

Dr. John DePoe Gives Skype Talk Dr. John DePoe Gives Skype Talk

Dr. John DePoe Gave a Skype talk to a New Zealand audience in September, 2013.

Marywood Chamber Singers Concert

The Marywood University Chamber Singers and conductor Rick Hoffenberg will present a concert featuring choral settings of Old Testament texts. The program will include Aaron Copland's iconic motet In the Beginning, featuring faculty mezzo-soprano soloist Ellen Rutkowski; Max Reger's dramatic motet O Tod, Wie Bitter Bist Du; and other pieces by Orlando di Lasso, Ko Matsushita, Francis Pott, René Clausen, Ken Burton, and Stacey V. Gibbs.

Marywood Concert Choir & Wyoming Seminary Civic Orchestra

The Marywood University Concert Choir, Choral Society of Northeast Pennsylvania, Wyoming Seminary Civic Orchestra, and conductor Rick Hoffenberg will join forces to present Beethoven's grandest concert work, the Missa Solemnis. These performances are believed to be the first performances of this piece in Northeast Pennsylvania. Soloists are: Helen Hassinger, soprano; Carla Jablonski, mezzo-soprano; Omar Najmi, tenor; and Ryan Kuster, bass-baritone.

Marywood Concert Choir & Wyoming Seminary Civic Orchestra

The Marywood University Concert Choir, Choral Society of Northeast Pennsylvania, Wyoming Seminary Civic Orchestra, and conductor Rick Hoffenberg will join forces to present Beethoven's grandest concert work, the Missa Solemnis. These performances are believed to be the first performances of this piece in Northeast Pennsylvania. Soloists are: Helen Hassinger, soprano; Carla Jablonski, mezzo-soprano; Omar Najmi, tenor; and Ryan Kuster, bass-baritone.

Marywood Brass Celebration

Registration Only Event: Brass Enthusiasts of all ages come together to perform as a group as well as join in masterclasses by the Marywood Brass Faculty.

Theatre Program Directing Finals

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Simply Grand Concert at WVIA

Come out and support Marywood University Faculty. Soprano Jennifer Griffith Cowgill will perform a program of American music with pianist Rick Hoffenberg.

Marywood Dance Program Performance

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Marywood Dance Program Performance

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Marywood String Project Spring Gala Concert

Marywood String Project will be performing its Spring Gala Concert featuring three string orchestras and 150 young string players.

An Evening of Strings

Marywood String Majors will be performing solo literature, composers include Wieniawski, Grieg, Smetana and J.S.Bach.

Barbara Hoffman Award Recipients Barbara Hoffman Award Recipients

Two of Sr. Christine Mihelich's ENGL 160 students received the Barbara Hoffman Writing Award.  The first place award was given to Vanessa LaTorre for "Bilingual Education in America: the Various Methods and Advantages," and Second place award to Emma Ledden for "Tattoos: Acceptability in the ...

Barbara Hoffman English 160 Award Barbara Hoffman English 160 Award

David Young and Stephanie Holohan, students of Adjunct Professor Mark Meier, received the Barbara Hoffman English 160 Award based on written papers submitted and judged. Both students were honored and awarded cash prizes at the English Department Social.