The exhibition, Furniture Forms, will be featured at Lavish in downtown Scranton during the month of February. The exhibition of works by Marywood students will showcase some of the best work created by art students of the region in recent years. All work was designed and created by students enrolled in Marywood University's Three Dimensional Design advanced class during the 2009 fall term.
The Marywood University Chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) was awarded a $700.00 community service grant from the NSSLHA Executive Council in fall 2009. The grant was used to support an educational project for Head Start, a Scranton Lackawanna Human Development Agency (SLHDA).
Dr. Bruce Wisenburn, Assistant Professor in Communication Sciences and Disorders, presented a seminar, "Objective Review of Therapies for Anomia Due to Aphasia" and a poster, "Meta-Analysis of Anomia Therapies in Relation to Underlying Deficits," at the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA.