Rev. Walter Everett and Michael Carlucci, the man who murdered Rev. Everett's son, will be speaking in the Latour Room at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 11. Rev. Everett and Michael tell a most remarkable story of human development, from a loss of faith and a desire for retribution to forgiveness and redemption. The event is free and open to the public.
Women’s soccer players Andrea Barker and Meghan Coyle, along with men’s lacrosse player George Downey IV, were among 408 student-athletes picked from all three divisions of the NCAA to attend this year’s conference.
Faculty members present work.
Marie L. McCormick, Ph.D., LCSW, Assistant Professor in the Social Work department presented her paper, "Why am I still having these dreams? Post Traumatic Stress in Older Women Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence” at the Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Environmental artist Jackie Brookner will offer an illustrated lecture about her work at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 24 in the Learning Resources Center, Room 160. Her lecture is part of the Fresh Perspectives-New Solutions: Visiting Environmental Artist Series.
Enrollment in Marywood University's School of Architecture continues to grow.
Marywood University's Director of Human Physiology Lab Kenneth Rendell, Ph.D., provided important information for a story in the Wall Street Journal on the effects of breathing cold winter air.
Marywood University came to the aid of public broadcaster WVIA 89.9 FM over the weekend when the regional PBS broadcaster's transmitter building burned in an electrical fire on Friday. Marywood's Director of Broadcast Operations, Ernie Mengoni, immediately responded to the PBS broadcaster's troubles by offering the use of the University's broadcast signal, WVMW 91.7 FM, for several hours each day until WVIA can re-organize their radio transmission.
The academic library journal, Reference Services Review, will publish the article, "What Net Generation Students Really Want: Determining Library Help-seeking Preferences of Undergraduates" by Lizah Ismail, Assistant Professor, Library Services.