Cynthia Wright, the new director of Marywood's athletic training program, balances research, teaching, and caring for athletes with grace and style.
Marywood awarded 135 degrees at its January Commencement. In addition, we recognize those students who made the Fall 2010 Dean's List.
Dr. Fred David Romines has been selected to conduct the Northern Region Honor Band as part of the Connecticut Music Educators Association.
The PA Department of Education has awarded Marywood nearly one million dollars over three years to deliver adult literacy services and GED preparation courses.
Mark E. Rodgers, DSW, has been appointed dean of the College of Health and Human Services. Dr. Rodgers has a background in social work and is particularly passionate about issues related to human trafficking.
Marywood has launched a mobile website that's optimized for viewing on smartphones. This is in direct response to a general increase in the number of mobile internet users.
The Tournées French Film Festival is bringing films like Gods and Men and Persepolis to campus. The series will begin on November 4 and run through November 18. All screenings are free and open to the public.
Two faculty members were recently recognized at Marywood's fall convocation. Arthur Comstock, Ph.D., was nominated for CASE Professor of the Year. Craig Johnson, Ph.D., received the Distinction in One's Discipline Award.
John Hagan, a professor of law and sociology at Northwestern University, will present "Death and Displacement in Sudan: Evidence of Continuing State-Led Genocide" on Monday, October 24, at 7 p.m. The event, which will take place in the Latour Room, Nazareth Student Center, is free and open to the public.
Professor Phil Jenkins discusses the Socrates Cafe and his love for philosophy.