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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1991

The Board of Trustees approves an updated Mission Statement, along with Goals and Objectives of the College, and recommends them to the Members of the Corporation, January 19.
1991

The Board of Trustees adopts the Campus Plan proposed by Dober, Lidsky, Craig and Associates, Inc., as a working plan for the College's future development, January 19.
1991

Rev. Walter Burghardt, S.J., distinguished theologian and founder of the Preaching the Just Word Institute,speaks to an audience of over three hundred on teaching the social perspectives of the Church, March.
1991

Property on the corner of Adams Avenue and University Street is purchased and renovated to accommodate the administrative offices of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, April 9.
1991

Dr. George Perry, Chair of the Communication Arts Department and producer of over two hundred staged shows, is honored upon his retirement, May. There s one constant that transcends time and that s the tradition of the liberal arts, which is embodied in the College motto Sanctitas, Scientia, Sanitas. Dr. George Perry.
1991

Marywood and The University of Scranton students travel to Ecuador to participate in Rostro de Christo(the face of Christ), a program of service and reflection on meeting the person of Christ in the faces of the poor, June.
1991

Restoration experts replace the copper dome of the Rotunda of the Liberal Arts Center; original materials are replaced in kind, thus restoring the dome as it was set in place in the 1920s, Summer. The dome protects the marble and murals in the interior, a Northeastern Pennsylvania landmark.
1991

The Institute for Senior Learners is created to address the educational interests of adults age fifty and older,Summer.
1991

Property on the corner of North Washington Avenue and Seminary Street is purchased for faculty housing,Summer.
1991

Marywood College takes the first step toward initiating men s varsity athletics with the appointment of Edward Cosgrove, the first men s basketball coach, Summer.
1991

Property at 1234 College Avenue is purchased for faculty housing, Summer.
1991

McCarty Hall is renovated to provide a second residence hall for male students, Summer.
1991

The Registrar s Office and the Academic Records offices are completely renovated, Summer.
1991

McCarty Hall becomes a residence for men, September 2.
1991

Auxiliary Bishop of Scranton, Francis X. DiLorenzo, dedicates the Fricchione Day Care Center,September 7.
1991

Dr. Clayton Pheasant becomes Vice President for Development and Public Relations, November 1.
1991

Governor Robert P. Casey addresses a "Capitol For a Day" program at Marywood, saluting women in leadership roles, Fall.
1991

Sister Cor Immaculatum Heffernan, I.H.M., is notified that her African wonderstone sculpture, Nigra sum sed formosa, has been awarded Best In Show honors at the Fifth Annual Sacred Art Exhibit in Brunswick, Georgia. The Golden Isles Arts and Humanities Association (GIAHA) and The Coordinating Arts Council for Glynn County and The City of Brunswick sponsor the juried exhibit.