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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1983

Ground is broken for the Art Center and Health and Physical Education Center, April 9.
1983

Marywood s operations are so widespread that Sister Coleman initiates the Marywood Planning Advisory Council to monitor the College s progress in the four major areas: academic affairs, business affairs, student affairs, and public relations. Sister serves as chairperson of the entire Council, and each division is, in turn, chaired by the corresponding administrative officer.
1983

A major in Religious Studies is started for evening students via the Gillet School.
1983

By this time the registration process at the College is computerized, eliminating the day-long lines in Nazareth Hall.
1983

Sister M. Christella Duggan, I.H.M., shares her experiences of successfully moderating The Wood Word through a workshop that she presents at a conference of the National Council of College Publications Advisors.
1983

The Most Reverend John O Connor serves as seventh Bishop of Scranton for a brief period following the retirement of the Most Reverend J. Carroll McCormick.
1983

A new Honors Program is inaugurated to encompass not only individual courses but an entire degree, Fall. The seminar format is utilized in these classes, which are reduced in size to facilitate individual participation. Also featured are colloquia, independent research, and tutorials, each format providing a slightly different learning experience. An Honors degree requires the completion of twenty-four honors credits, fifteen of them in seminars, and includes a thesis in the student s major field. Honors courses and degrees function to enhance the academic opportunities of promising and motivated undergraduates and to permit highly able students to pursue more effectively, more fully, and more creatively their individual academic aims ; all are identified on transcripts.