As part of Marywood's month of thanks, we invite you to share your memories, wisdom and messages of thanks as we approach our Centennial in 2015. Your responses will be part of our time capsule which will be buried in our Centennial year. This Centennial time capsule will be buried on the site of the Motherhouse Memorial, linking our future to our very beginnings.
Please consider making a gift in memory of your experiences at Marywood.
Dr. Douglas Lawrence, chair of the communications department, for making me work harder than I ever imagined, and believing in me when I didin't believe in myself. He made graduate school tolerable and I greatly looked forward to every single class with him, despite the workload involved. Doug saw me go from a flighty, unsure undergrad into a high-achieving graduate student and still remains my biggest cheer leader. When the going gets tough, Dr. Lawrence is always there.
-- Jeanne Kathleen Aber Class of 2006