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1996

Marywood offers courses on the doctoral level for the first time, January.
1996

Award-winning poet, Maya Angelou, speaks to a capacity crowd at Marywood's Performing Arts Center, March 10. Proceeds from the visit benefit the African-American Arts Alliance, which co-sponsors the event with Keystone College, Lackawanna Junior College, Marywood College, Penn State Worthington Scranton, and The University of Scranton.
1996

Sister Mary Reap, I.H.M., unveils the new Marywood logo, April.
1996

Presidents of four local Catholic colleges meet as a panel, and Bishop John Leibrecht, Chair of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops ad hoc Committee on Implementation, speaks on Ex Corde Ecclesiae, April 15.
1996

Apollo 13 astronaut Fred W. Haise delivers the Commencement address; an honorary doctorate is conferred, May 18.
1996

Sister Mary Reap, I.H.M., is named Northeast Woman of the Week, May.
1996

A $1 million anonymous gift to Marywood College and The University of Scranton enables the development of a cooperative program, June.
1996

Phase One of the capital funds campaign IMPACT 2000 ends very successfully, June 30. Phase Two opens immediately.
1996

Dr. Raymond P. Health becomes Vice President for Student Affairs, August 5.
1996

The seventy-piece Marywood Wind Ensemble, directed by William Weber, joins forces with the 100-voice Marywood Campus Choir, led by Robert Herrema, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of American composer, administrator, and pedagogue Howard Hanson, October 27.
1996

The 1996-1997 opening Liturgy and Convocation is held in front of the Liberal Arts Center, September 10. Msgr. John A. Esseff 78 celebrates Mass.
1996

Sister Mary Reap, I.H.M., presents a Facilities Expansion Plan to the Board of Trustees, citing the goal: To become the premiere Catholic university of our region for the 21st century, October 19.
1996

Marywood sponsors the Department of Defense Quality of Life Research Symposium at Georgetown University,December.
1996

The Sister Theresa Maxis medal is awarded for the first time to recognize Marywood's professional personnelan dhourly employees who have achieved twenty years of full-time service to the College.