Because of the move to virtual platforms for the first two weeks of classes, Chamber Singers auditions will take place during the first week of February. Anyone interested should email Dr. Rick Hoffenberg at email@example.com for more details about auditions and to schedule your audition time.
January is National Stalking Awareness Month. The C/SDC has been posting information on their social media pages all month long and will be hosting a virtual event on Thursday, January 28, 2021, from 7-9 p.m. This event will help the Marywood community identify and respond to stalking as well as explore how stalking is portrayed in the media.View Flier...
Marywood University recently received a $200,000 grant to The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Endowed Scholarship Fund, which was established in 2020 with a gift from the Foundation in the amount of $385,000. The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation was established by Mr. and Mrs. Stabler in 1966 exclusively for charitable, religious, scientific, literary, or educational purposes. Students who receive a Stabler Scholarship commit to making contributions to the endowment scholarship fund after their graduation in an amount at least equal to what they received. This is a “debt of conscience” rather than a legal obligation, and it helps to create a culture of philanthropy in students who have received funding and support
Marla Kovatch, M.A., CCC-SLP has been awarded the Ally of Stuttering Speech-Language Pathologist Seal! The Ally of Stuttering TM SLP designation is an acknowledgment of 1) active and intentional training in the area of stuttering, 2) a commitment to continued training in the area of stuttering, and 3) involvement in the stuttering community via conferences, camps, or support groups for people who stutter.
The Fricchione Early Learning Center at Marywood University recently welcomed its early learners back to campus. Natalie Lucas, Fricchione Center director, said, “We’re so excited to be welcoming our early learners back to campus. We’ve been preparing to welcome them back since the closing of the center in the spring of 2020, due to the pandemic. We’re also very excited as we look forward to celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Fricchione Center in September 2021.” Nearly 20 students, ages 8 weeks to pre-K, have registered for the reopening, and six highly qualified staff members, all of whom are certified in CPR/First Aid, are on hand to ensure that all of the children’s needs are met. The Fricchione Early Learning Center at Marywood University is a great place for kids to learn and grow in a safe, clean, interactive environment.
The Center is open to all clients in the community, not just those individuals affiliated with Marywood and other IHM-sponsored institutions. For additional information, please contact The Fricchione Early Learning Center at Marywood University at (570) 961-4701.
This Spring, Graduate Art Therapy Students will assist Dr. Ashley Hartman with Creative Expression Lab, a K-6 Kids & Families Program that will incorporate arts-based activities in connection with the Lock & Key Exhibition. Sessions will be held beginning Feb 20 and move through April of 2021.See the museum's website for more information or to enroll students ages K-6 who might benefit from open studio artmaking sessions in the museum.
Are you a person who enjoys connecting with others? Working as a Campus Connector will offer you the opportunity to strengthen your communication skills, enhance your critical thinking and practical skills and share information with alumni, parents, and friends of Marywood. Your engagement with alumni could even help you find your own path! If you are articulate, passionate about Marywood, and willing to solicit financial support for this institution, then this position is for you. Remote positions available - Spring calling starts on February 15!View Flier...
As we prepare to enter phase 1B of the COVID-19 vaccination efforts, Lehigh Valley Health Network has extended an invitation to all Marywood University faculty and staff to sign up to reserve your dose. Please read the information sent in a January 12 email from Maura Smith, Director of Student Health Services, to get more details and to register. Once registered, monitor your email for the notification that it is time for you to schedule your vaccine through MyLVHN. Unfortunately, we do not know when these notifications will be sent at this time.
Marywood University’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS), which is the nation’s largest leadership honor society, is encouraging invited students to accept their invitations by paying their registration fee no later than Thursday, February 4, 2021. Students can accept their invitation at nsls.org/invite.
Retreat for Busy Persons: All Marywood students are invited to participate in the annual Retreat for Busy Persons: Finding God in All Things, January 24-28, on Zoom. Start the semester by becoming more conscious of the presence of God in the ordinariness of daily life and in life's joys and struggles. Participants commit to one-half hour of personal prayer every day and to one-half hour discussion with a personal spiritual companion, who helps them to sense the movement of God in their life and respond more generously.
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All Athletic Facilities (including fitness center) will be CLOSED until February 1, 2021.
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