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1993

The Duquesne University Tamburitzans perform at Marywood, February 7.
1993

A new Allen organ in the Fine Arts Theater is dedicated; John Binde performs the dedicatory recital, March 22.
1993

The first female Cherokee Chief appears at Marywood, March 25.
1993

The Board of Trustees passes a resolution upon the retirement of Dr. George Perry, acknowledging with gratitude forty-two years of dedicated service to the Communication Arts Department, April 23.
1993

Dr. Helen Mary Caldicott, founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility and a member of the 1986 Nobel Prize-winning International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, delivers the Commencement address, May 16. An honorary degree is conferred.
1993

The College's first associate's degree is conferred on Patricia Murphy Koppenhaver, A.A. in Legal Studies,May 16.
1993

The Bayleaf receives national press awards, capturing first-place honors from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and the American Scholastic Press Association, May.
1993

The College enters into a collaborative venture with the I.H.M. Congregation whereby services are provided to migrant workers coming into the Clarks Summit area during the summer. The program provides educational enrichment for children and young adults as well as daycare for young children, Summer.
1993

Marywood hosts The People s Law School, a new program of the Lackawanna Bar Association developed to educate the community about legal issues, August 24-26.
1993

College Chaplain, Rev. Leonard Martin, S.J., celebrates a Eucharistic Liturgy, and The Patrick Cardinal O'Boyle Library Endowment is dedicated in the Learning Resources Center by retired Bishop J. Carroll McCormack, September 17.
1993

Rev. Leonard Martin S.J. is appointed Marywood College Chaplain, September.
1993

Rev. Addison Wrighty, S.S., noted scholar of Scripture, is selected as Marywood College s Lecturer of Distinction, September.
1993

Noted British actor and Director Ian Stuart directs Noel Coward s Hay Fever in the Marywood Performing Arts Center, October 13-15.
1993

An academic convocation and dedication ceremony takes place on the feast of St. Teresa of Avila, a patron saint of the College, for the renovated and expanded Science Building, to be known as the Center for Natural and Health Sciences, October 15. Most Reverend James C. Timlin blesses the Center for Natural and Health Sciences. A Nobel Physicist and advocate of science educational reform is the featured speaker; an honorary doctorate is conferred.
1993

The Military Family Institute is established, directed by Dr. Peter McNelis, October.
1993

Father Leonard Martin, S.J., Marywood College Chaplain, dedicates a statue of St. Alphonsus Liguori--the patron saint of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary--near the campus entrance,November. The dedication of the statue, which was saved from the burning Motherhouse in 1971 and later put into storage, is a highlight of the College's celebration of I.H.M. Founders' Day.
1993

Marywood College hosts the Pennsylvania State Music Conference, November 5-7.
1993

Sister Mary Reap, I.H.M., serves on the Board of Directors of the Neylan Commission.
1993

The President of the College and the vice presidents identify four major goals for the second strategic planning cycle: comparative advantage, stability of enrollment, technology and its implications, and Catholic identity.
1993

Atty. Frank M. O Neill is elected President of the Marywood Alumni Club of Northeastern Pennsylvania, the first male president in its history.
1993

The Alumni Office reinstitutes the Parents Council.