Cultural Event: Documentary Screening of The Devil Came on Horseback
Wed, September 16, 2009The documentary screening of The Devil Came on Horseback will be held on Friday, September 18, 2009, at 6 p.m. in the Ann and Leo Moskovitz Theater, DeNaples Campus Center, University of Scranton
Cultural Event: Ramazan Fasting Dinner
Wed, September 09, 2009In cooperation with Marywood University, the Golden Generation Retreat Center is hosting a Ramazan Fasting Dinner on campus on September 9 at 5:30p.m. in the Latour Conference Room, Nazareth Student Center.
August 2009 Graduates Announced
Tue, September 08, 2009Marywood University announces the August 2009 graduates from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Insalaco College of Creative Arts and Management, Reap College of Education and Human Development and College of Health and Human Services.
“Green” Architecture Students—First in Region—Witness Another First
Fri, September 04, 2009On September 1, 2009, Northeast Pennsylvania's first Architecture students stood in awe, and then scattered to take hundreds of cell phone photos, mingle with their new classmates, and then listen attentively this afternoon as they witnessed what everyone had been waiting more than a year for-the opening of the first academic year for the new Center for Architectural Studies, the spacious learning lab of "green" architecture that will be the academic home for the next four to six years for these future environmental stewards.
Laborers and Craftsman Saluted as “The Constructors” of “Green Architecture” Facility
Fri, September 04, 2009Marywood University’s School of Architecture celebrated the laborers and craftsmen of the University’s newly renovated Center for Architectural Studies on Saturday, August 22, 2009, just one week before classes started for the new School. Sr. Anne Munley, IHM, Marywood University President, and Gregory Keane Hunt, FAIA, School of Architecture Dean, hosted a “Celebration of the Constructors” at the new Center—an event that honored and thanked the many laborers and craftsmen whose collective skills and talents helped to create this special “green architecture” facility..