Adam Shprintzen contributes an essay to the edited collection
Adam Shprintzen contributed an essay to the edited collection, Acquired Tastes: Stories on the Origins of Modern Food released by MIT Press in August. The collection was praised by New Yorker food writer Helen Rosner who proclaimed that, "The essays in this excellent, rigorous collection are a pointed reminder that the past is very much the present, and the future, too." Adam also participated in a book launch event via Zoom hosted by Virginia Tech University's Food Studies program.
Dr. Shprintzen also was a virtual keynote speaker at University of California-Santa Barbara's "Vegan Epiphanies" conference held in September.
Marywood Screening Program Helps to Identify Depression and Mood Disorders
Free Screenings Offered at Marywood University’s Psychological Services Center, October 6, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.
Marywood Will Host Lackawanna County's 2022 College Fair
Check out the almost 50 schools represented.
Music, Theatre, and Dance Fall 2022 Events
Marywood University’s Music, Theatre, and Dance department has announced its fall semester concerts and performances.