Gerald Zavorsky, Ph.D. will serve as the Director of the Human Physiology Lab and Associate Professor in the College of Health and Human Services at Marywood University. In his new position, he will manage the Human Physiology Lab and will conduct research with students on obesity, athletes, and aging.
Lloyd L. Lyter, Ph.D. has been named Interim Dean of the College of Health and Human Services. In his new position, he will be responsible for the operation of the departments of Health and Physical Education, Nursing and Public Administration, Nutrition and Dietetics, Physician Assistant Program, School of Social Work, and the Human Physiology Lab. Dr. Lyter will also be mentoring independent studies for the fall.
Diane Keller, Ph.D. will serve as the Interim Director of the School of Social Work at Marywood University. In her new position, she will oversee the social work program and mentor new social work faculty and students. She also will chair four doctoral student dissertation committees.
Megan Bullock has been named head field hockey coach at Marywood University.
Ryan Hnat, MFA '10 and Benjamin Buchenot, MFA '11 are presenting Effusion, an art exhibit at Creedon's Flower Shop, Scranton from today through August 31.
Marywood University's Speech and Language Pathology graduate students partner with local Head Start to test for hearing and language development.
Marywood University will conduct a public, educational forum on Thursday, August 19, in which guest presenters will offer economic, environmental, regulatory and governmental perspectives on the short- and long-term implications of natural gas development in the Northeast Pennsylvania region.
Marywood University is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Marywood University's Vivace Music Institute will perform a free concert tonight at 7p.m. in the Latour Room, Nazareth Student Center.
Marywood University launched a partnership with Holy Cross High School offering students the opportunity to take advanced-level and college-credit courses starting this summer.