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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1982

Bishop McCormick dedicates the expanded Center for Human Services, April 1. It is enlarged, doubled in size by the addition of 19,000 square feet of space. Now the Center can provide offices for thirty faculty members and facilities for students in the fields that included speech pathology, audiology, education of the deaf, reading, psychological testing, counseling, remedial education, and child development. Sister Ave Maria Foley, I.H.M., of the Art Department, embodies the mission of the Center in a wall sculpture for its glass-enclosed lobby. Entitled Christ the Teacher, the work depicts in relief a spellbound child listening to and learning from the ideal educator, Jesus.
1982

Trustees approve the construction of ninety-six new Parking Spaces to adjoin the spaces in front of Nazareth Hall, May 1.
1982

The Middle States Association commends the excellence of a venture in Bicultural/Bilingual Studies with Immaculata College that grants the Marywood Master s degree for course work done at Immaculata under the supervision of the faculties of both schools.
1982

The Marywood chapter of Theta Alpha Kappa, the national honor society for Religious Studies and Theology, is established.
1982

The Bureau of Research and Evaluation of the Pennsylvania Department of Education cites the Graduate School of Social Work for the exceptional strength of its part-time program.
1982

By this time, the Gillet School is sponsoring non-credit enrichment courses as well as tuition-free classes for senior citizens, Fall.
1982

An Early Childhood Center, geared to pre-school children from two-and-a-half to five years of age, replaces the Montessori Center in the Generalate (the I.H.M. Center), September.
1982

The Legal Assistant Program is added to the law education courses in the Social Sciences Department, preparing students for wok in areas of law that do not require a lawyer's degree.
1982

Quinta Judge Mahon, chairperson of the Human Ecology Department, presents a paper and curriculum recommendations at a conference sponsored by New York University and The Fashion Institute of Technology.
1982

Sister M. Coleman Nee, I.H.M., awards the College Presidential Medals to the co-chairpersons of the Marywood Horizons Development Campaign: Mrs. Edward Lynett and Robert Keating, president of Parodi Industries.
1982

The Graduate School of Social Work is instrumental in beginning Marywood s affiliation with the Council of International Programs (CIP) for social workers and youth leaders. Through this organization, participants are selected from foreign countries to visit the United States and through Marywood s arrangements to live with host families and observe the dynamics of a variety of American social agencies.
1982

The Post Office becomes part of the Marywood Printing and Mailing Center after the small original brick building is doubled in size by an addition that complements it in design and material. Joseph Wargo takes charge of distributing the mail from the Center to various points on campus. The Print Shop, under the direction of Richard Holden, moves from the terrace floor of the Liberal Arts building to the Center and expends its technology and its services. The Printing and Mailing Center is dedicated, December 7.
1982

McCarty Hall, formerly used as a Management House for the Department of Home Economics, is refitted as a residence for twenty-four students.
1982

Sister Mariam Pfeifer, I.H.M., becomes Director of the Music Therapy Program.