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2001

The Board of Trustees approves the sale of two properties at the corner of Penn Avenue and Marion Street,January 20.
2001

The University commemorates the thirtieth anniversary of the disastrous fire in 1971 that leveled the I.H.M. Motherhouse, the building in which Marywood College spent its initial decade, 1915-1925, February 22.
2001

The University celebrates Black History Month by hosting performances by the oldest gospel group in the world, the Dixie Hummingbirds, February 7.
2001

Sister Mary Reap, I.H.M., President of the University, challenges the University Community to participate in an "Arts and Marywood" theme in conjunction with the forthcoming opening of the Insalaco Studio Arts Center in the fall,March 1.
2001

Marywood University Library participates in the pilot project, Fast Forward: Science, Technology and the Communications Revolution, a viewing, reading and discussion series sponsored by National Video Resources in partnership with the American Library Association, March 20-April 24.
2001

Sister Helen Prejean, C.S.J., New York Times best-selling author of Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the U.S., speaks in the Sette LaVerghetta Center for the Performing Arts, March 27.
2001

The Visual Arts Center is named The Paul and Virginia Collins Shields Visual Arts Center, April 21.
2001

Marywood celebrates the Golden Anniversary of its Children s Theatre with the production of The Land of the Dragon, April 25-27.
2001

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., son of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy and ardent environmental defender, chief prosecuting attorney for the Hudson Riverkeeper, and senior attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council, is the principal speaker at the Commencement exercises, May 13. An honorary doctorate is conferred.
2001

Rev. James A. Rafferty is appointed University Chaplain, July 1.
2001

Woodland Apartments are expanded and renovated into a single complex of twenty-two townhouse-style units and renamed Woodland Townhouse Apartments. A dedication ceremony takes place, August 27.
2001

As part of its continued expansion of doctoral level programs, the University offers the clinical psychology program leading to the Psy.D., September.
2001

The Michael and Dolores Insalaco Center for Studio Arts is dedicated. Mr. Samuel Hope, Executive Director of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, Executive Editor of Arts Education, and Editorial Consultant forThe Journal of Aesthetic Education, is the principal speaker and honorary doctoral degree recipient, October 19.
2001

The Center for Visual Arts is formally rededicated with the re-naming of the University s Contemporary Gallery,October 19. The Robert J. and Elizabeth FitzMartin Mahady Gallery is to feature solo shows by visiting artists, juried regional competitions, Marywood art faculty exhibitions, and curated national exhibits. The Mahady Gallery is to show graduate and undergraduate group exhibits as well as artist slide lectures, gallery talks, workshops, and demonstrations.
2001

In keeping with Marywood University s mission of commitment to spiritual, ethical and religious values, a series of events and presentations entitled "The Year of Thomas Merton: The Man, The Monk, and the Mystic" is held on campus throughout the academic year.
2001

Dr. Bernadette Mendonez Russell is appointed Dean of the School of Continuing Education, September.
2001

Marywood s teacher preparation program is ranked first among regional colleges and universities in the State of Pennsylvania.
2001

The Board of Trustees approves a plan to restructure the University into four bi-level, discipline-related colleges,October 20.
2001

In the wake of the national 9/11 tragedy, the Board of Trustees passes a resolution in solidarity with government officials and others as they strive to rid the world of terrorism, October 20.
2001

Sister Patricia Ann Matthews, I.H.M., receives the Council for Independent Colleges' 2001 Chief Academic Officer Award, November.