Chronological History of Marywood

Mother M. Germaine ONeill Mother M. Casimir Murray Mother Mary William Craig Mother M. Josepha Hurley Sister M. Marcella Gill Sister M. Sylvia Morgan Sister M. Eugenia Kealey Sister M. St. Mary Orr Sister M. Coleman Nee Sister Mary Reap Sister Anne Munley
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1974

The Education Department moves to the Psych-Educational Clinic.
1974

The Marywood Players perform Hello, Dolly.
1974

The space on the Liberal Arts terrace floor that the Education Department vacated when it moved to the Psych-Educational Clinic is converted into enclosed, individual faculty offices. The partitions that divided the office cubicles in the Suraci Gallery are removed, and the area is renovated into two classrooms and a conference room.
1974

The Bachelor of Social Work program begins under the direction of Michael Freund of the Social Sciences Department.
1974

By this time the undergraduate Speech Correction and Reading Specialist curricula have received state sanction, as have the Master of Science Programs in Middle School Education, Public Relations, Nutrition, Elementary Guidance Counseling, and Reading.
1974

Marywood s student-operated FM radio station, WVMW, begins broadcasting, offering commercial-free discussions, music, and drama, September.
1974

Marywoodians begin the observance of World Food Day, November, following a Hunger Awareness Workshop in the Spring.
1974

The Reverend Joseph Fadden, Chaplain, is elevated to Monsignor and returns to parish work, and the Reverend Robert Hochreiter serves as both Chaplain and member of the Social Sciences Department.
1974

Enough courses are regularly cycled in the Department of Religious Studies to provide a thirty credit major, and the Department begins to average four graduates of the program per year.
1974

The Human Ecology Department signs an agreement with The Fashion Institute of Technology, allowing Marywood majors to attend the Institute as visiting students.
1974

The College s student-operated cable TV station, TV-Marywood, Verto Channel 20, screens a weekly campus news show to acquaint viewers with Marywood and its activities.
1974

Members of The Audubon Quartet become resident musicians at Marywood and enrich area cultural life with recitals, informal lecture-demonstrations, and children s concerts.
c.1974

The Education Department is at maximum size, graduating between one hundred and two hundred majors a year. Rosemary Carroll Kazimer is Director of Student Teaching and coordinator of all field experience, and Ralph Bernardi offers human relations and intergroup training for teacher education candidates.
1974

Kathleen Howley MacDonald '19, the first student to enroll at Marywood, returns to campus for Homecoming, September.