2008

December

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Jan 05, 2009

Professor of American Literature Honored by Emerson Society

The Emerson Society has presented Len Gougeon, Ph.D., distinguished university fellow and professor of American literature at The University of Scranton, with its Distinguished Achievement Award. The award recognizes scholars who have made important contributions to Emerson studies.
Jan 05, 2009

The University of Scranton to Host Financial Aid Workshop

The University of Scranton will conduct a Financial Aid Workshop for prospective students and their parents on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the fourth floor Moskovitz Theater of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus.
Jan 05, 2009

University of Scranton Awarded Grant to Capture and Transfer Knowledge of Retiring Baby Boomers

The University of Scranton was awarded a $190,500 Wall Street West Innovation Investment Project Grant to help companies manage the transfer of the knowledge of retiring Baby Boomers to their predecessors.
Jan 05, 2009

Schemel Forum Announces Upcoming Classes

The role of America’s First Ladies, ethnic-American literature and the writings of a Greek historian will be the focus of three evening courses sponsored by The Schemel Forum in spring 2009 semester.
Jan 05, 2009

The University of Scranton Historian Researches Medieval "Pardons of Syon Abbey"

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Dec 18, 2008

University of Scranton Receives Donation for Scholarship

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Dec 18, 2008

University of Scranton Business Club Names Professor of the Year

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Dec 10, 2008

The University of Scranton Students Win Awards at European Union Simulation

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Dec 04, 2008

Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Present Check for Corcoran Scholarship at The University of Scranton

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Dec 04, 2008

High School Students Can be Entrepreneurs for a Day at The University of Scranton

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.

November

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Dec 04, 2008

University of Scranton Associate Dean Ranks No. 1 Among Advertising Authors

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Dec 04, 2008

Student Newspaper at The University of Scranton Launches Web Site

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Nov 20, 2008

Wyoming Seminary / PAI Civic Symphony Orchestra to Perform at The University of Scranton

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Nov 19, 2008

Scranton Recognized for HR Pass Rate

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Nov 19, 2008

University of Scranton Press Announces New Publications

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Nov 17, 2008

University of Scranton Announces Three Appointments

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Nov 17, 2008

The University of Scranton to Host Holiday Concerts

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Nov 17, 2008

University of Scranton Alumni Club to Host Christmas Reception

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Nov 14, 2008

University of Scranton Library Sponsors Annual Raffle

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Nov 13, 2008

Scranton Listed Among the Nation’s Top Producers of Fulbright Scholars

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Nov 12, 2008

University of Scranton Dedicates Spaces in Brennan Hall

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Nov 12, 2008

Cause and Impact of Credit Crisis Explained At University of Scranton Forum

Robert W. Shaffern, Ph.D., professor of history at The University of Scranton, spent a week of the fall semester in London studying a fifteenth-century treatise currently held in the manuscript collection of the British Library. The treatise he is studying was written at Syon Abbey near London.
Nov 06, 2008

The University of Scranton Bestows Annual John L. Earl Award

Willis M. Conover, Ed.D., professor of history and chair of the Department of History at The University of Scranton, was awarded the 10th annual John L. Earl III Award for service to the university, the faculty, and the wider community.
Nov 06, 2008

Mosaic Reveals America’s Immigration History

The University of Scranton is creating a mosaic of photos submitted by students, faculty and staff of family members who were immigrants to America.
Nov 05, 2008

University of Scranton to Host Student Concerts

The University of Scranton is creating a mosaic of photos submitted by students, faculty and staff of family members who were immigrants to America.

October

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Nov 03, 2008

“Heroic Leadership” Discussed at The University of Scranton

The University of Scranton is creating a mosaic of photos submitted by students, faculty and staff of family members who were immigrants to America.
Nov 03, 2008

Jewish Ethics Professor to Lecture

University of Scranton, Scranton, Schwartz, Weinberg Judaic Studies Institute
Nov 03, 2008

Feature Film Festival on East Germany and Latin America

University of Scranton, Scranton, Schwartz, Weinberg Judaic Studies Institute
Nov 03, 2008

Choir to Take Part in “Generations Sing!”

University Choir
Oct 30, 2008

University of Scranton Concert Choir to Take Part in “Generations Sing!”

University Choir
Oct 25, 2008

Architect of "Multiple Intelligences Theory" to Speak at Scranton

University Choir
Oct 25, 2008

Bat Symposium to Draw Scientists Worldwide

Up to 400 scientists, legislators, and public health policy makers from approximately 30 countries are expected to attend the 38th Annual North American Symposium on Bat Research that will be held in Scranton, Oct. 22 – 25. Gary Kwiecinski, Ph.D., professor of biology at The University of Scranton, who has been attending the symposium for 29 years, is one of the organizers of this year’s activities. The symposium, being held at The University of Scranton, will address topics about science and public policy relative to bat conservation. These discussions are likely to include the effect of wind farms on rapidly-diminishing bat populations, and white nose syndrome, a recently developed condition that is causing hundreds of thousands of bats to die each year in the northeastern United States during hibernation. According to Dr. Kwiecinski, bats play an important role play in the ecosystem. In the northeastern United States, all bats are insect-eating. It is estimated that a single bat eats up to 3,000 flying insects a night. Accordingly, bats play an important role in controlling the insect population, particularly mosquitoes and black flies. The North American Symposium on Bat Research (NASBR) is a society dedicated to the promotion and development of the scientific study of bats including conservation and public education. For additional information about the symposium, contact Dr. Kwiecinski at gkk301@scranton.edu, or visit the NASBR Web site at http://www.nasbr.org
Oct 25, 2008

The University of Scranton Sets Open House Dates

The University of Scranton will host two Open House events for prospective students and their families on Oct. 26 and Nov. 9, 2008. Faculty from the Jesuit university’s College of Arts and Sciences, Kania School of Management and Panuska College of Professional Studies will be on hand to answer questions regarding the university’s 59 undergraduate majors and 43 minors. Admissions counselors and financial aid representatives will also be available, along with members of student organizations, athletic teams and the university’s programs of excellence, such as the Honors Program, Faculty-Student Research Program, Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Program and Business Leadership Program. Student-led tours will be conducted throughout the day and will include academic facilities, residence halls, dining halls, science labs, computer labs, and the campus television and radio studios. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and continues until noon. A brunch for students and their families will take place from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m., followed by a noon presentation with remarks from University of Scranton President Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., and Joseph Roback, associate vice president of admissions and undergraduate enrollment. The Open Houses will end with a 3 p.m. Mass open to all families. For additional information contact The University of Scranton Admissions Office at 1-888-SCRANTON, or visit the university’s Web site at www.scranton.edu/admissions
Oct 25, 2008

Performance Music at The University of Scranton

The University of Scranton will host two Open House events for prospective students and their families on Oct. 26 and Nov. 9, 2008. Faculty from the Jesuit university’s College of Arts and Sciences, Kania School of Management and Panuska College of Professional Studies will be on hand to answer questions regarding the university’s 59 undergraduate majors and 43 minors. Admissions counselors and financial aid representatives will also be available, along with members of student organizations, athletic teams and the university’s programs of excellence, such as the Honors Program, Faculty-Student Research Program, Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Program and Business Leadership Program. Student-led tours will be conducted throughout the day and will include academic facilities, residence halls, dining halls, science labs, computer labs, and the campus television and radio studios. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and continues until noon. A brunch for students and their families will take place from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m., followed by a noon presentation with remarks from University of Scranton President Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., and Joseph Roback, associate vice president of admissions and undergraduate enrollment. The Open Houses will end with a 3 p.m. Mass open to all families. For additional information contact The University of Scranton Admissions Office at 1-888-SCRANTON, or visit the university’s Web site at www.scranton.edu/admissions
Oct 25, 2008

Lecture at The University of Scranton to Address Bioethics in Health Professions Education

The University of Scranton will host two Open House events for prospective students and their families on Oct. 26 and Nov. 9, 2008. Faculty from the Jesuit university’s College of Arts and Sciences, Kania School of Management and Panuska College of Professional Studies will be on hand to answer questions regarding the university’s 59 undergraduate majors and 43 minors. Admissions counselors and financial aid representatives will also be available, along with members of student organizations, athletic teams and the university’s programs of excellence, such as the Honors Program, Faculty-Student Research Program, Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Program and Business Leadership Program. Student-led tours will be conducted throughout the day and will include academic facilities, residence halls, dining halls, science labs, computer labs, and the campus television and radio studios. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and continues until noon. A brunch for students and their families will take place from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m., followed by a noon presentation with remarks from University of Scranton President Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., and Joseph Roback, associate vice president of admissions and undergraduate enrollment. The Open Houses will end with a 3 p.m. Mass open to all families. For additional information contact The University of Scranton Admissions Office at 1-888-SCRANTON, or visit the university’s Web site at www.scranton.edu/admissions
Oct 24, 2008

The University of Scranton Kania School of Management Listed Among Nation’s Best Business Schools

In the two-page profile about Scranton contained in the guide book, Princeton Review notes that “Jesuit values add a unique flavor to the graduate business programs at The University of Scranton, which emphasizes a contemporary approach to business while simultaneously exploring topics in ethics and social responsibility.” The Best 296 Business Schools also notes that Scranton’s MBA program “puts particular weight on the integration of technology and business, and maintains a strong sense of globalization throughout the curriculum.” The Best 296 Business Schools also includes information about academics, student life and environment, admissions and career placement programs for each school profiled. “We select schools for this book based on our high regard for their academic programs and offerings, institutional data we collect from the schools, and the candid opinions of students attending them who rate and report on their campus experiences at the schools,” said Robert Franek, Princeton Review’s vice president for publishing. The Princeton Review surveyed 19,000 MBA students at the colleges listed in the book. Scranton’s MBA program is accredited by the AACSB-International, the most recognized and respected business school accrediting body. This marks the fourth consecutive year that The University of Scranton was listed in Princeton Review’s best business schools guide book. Scranton has also been listed in the Princeton Review’s undergraduate guide book The Best 368 Colleges, for seven consecutive years. In addition, for the past 15 years, Scranton has been ranked among the top ten master’s universities in the North by U.S.News & World Report and this year was named among the 70 “Up and Coming” schools in the nation to watch.
Oct 24, 2008

University of Scranton Offers Basketball Coaching Workshop

Area youth league and high school coaches can get tips about the game of basketball, good sportsmanship, and developing character through sports from college-level coaches and University of Scranton faculty members at an interactive, half-day workshop presented at the Long Center on campus. The basketball coaching workshop will take place from 8 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008. The course will cover “Coaching Essentials” that include principles of positive coaching, safety and first aid tips, and character development through sport. The workshop will also include demonstrations of basketball fundamentals and practice drills through a lecture/demonstration/question and answer session led by area coaches and a practice session with The University of Scranton women’s basketball team led by head coach Michael Strong. Immediately following the workshop, participants may also watch a University of Scranton men’s basketball team practice led by head coach Carl Danzig. Area coaches teaching basketball instruction at the workshop, in addition to head basketball coaches Strong and Danzig, are Canio Cianci, assistant coach of The University of Scranton men’s basketball team; Bob McGoff, retired assistant coach of the men’s basketball team at Misericordia University; and Amber Jacobs, Women’s National Basketball Association player and coach of the 7th & 8th grade basketball team for Abington Heights School District. Faculty instructors teaching coaching essentials are, David Black, Ph.D., professor of philosophy at The University of Scranton; Tomm Evans, a teacher at North Pocono High School and former University of Scranton head coach for swimming; Dave Hair, assistant professor and chair of the Department of Exercise Science and Sport at The University of Scranton; Paul Mackarey, PT, DHSc, Mackarey Physical Therapy in Scranton; Jack O’Malley, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology at The University of Scranton; John “Robbie” Robertson, retired assistant professor of exercise science and sport at The University of Scranton; and Gary Wodder, Ph.D., professor of exercise science and sport at The University of Scranton. The workshop, organized by The University of Scranton’s Department of exercise science and sport, honors the memory of Joe Bochiccho, the veteran women’s soccer coach at The University of Scranton who passed away in 2007. The participation cost of $35 includes the fee for the online American Sport Education Program course “Coaching Youth Basketball.” The registration deadline is Oct. 24. For additional information or to register, call 941-7440 or email maguiree3@scranton.edu.
Oct 24, 2008

University of Scranton to Host Graduate and Adult Information Sessions

Area youth league and high school coaches can get tips about the game of basketball, good sportsmanship, and developing character through sports from college-level coaches and University of Scranton faculty members at an interactive, half-day workshop presented at the Long Center on campus. The basketball coaching workshop will take place from 8 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008. The course will cover “Coaching Essentials” that include principles of positive coaching, safety and first aid tips, and character development through sport. The workshop will also include demonstrations of basketball fundamentals and practice drills through a lecture/demonstration/question and answer session led by area coaches and a practice session with The University of Scranton women’s basketball team led by head coach Michael Strong. Immediately following the workshop, participants may also watch a University of Scranton men’s basketball team practice led by head coach Carl Danzig. Area coaches teaching basketball instruction at the workshop, in addition to head basketball coaches Strong and Danzig, are Canio Cianci, assistant coach of The University of Scranton men’s basketball team; Bob McGoff, retired assistant coach of the men’s basketball team at Misericordia University; and Amber Jacobs, Women’s National Basketball Association player and coach of the 7th & 8th grade basketball team for Abington Heights School District. Faculty instructors teaching coaching essentials are, David Black, Ph.D., professor of philosophy at The University of Scranton; Tomm Evans, a teacher at North Pocono High School and former University of Scranton head coach for swimming; Dave Hair, assistant professor and chair of the Department of Exercise Science and Sport at The University of Scranton; Paul Mackarey, PT, DHSc, Mackarey Physical Therapy in Scranton; Jack O’Malley, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology at The University of Scranton; John “Robbie” Robertson, retired assistant professor of exercise science and sport at The University of Scranton; and Gary Wodder, Ph.D., professor of exercise science and sport at The University of Scranton. The workshop, organized by The University of Scranton’s Department of exercise science and sport, honors the memory of Joe Bochiccho, the veteran women’s soccer coach at The University of Scranton who passed away in 2007. The participation cost of $35 includes the fee for the online American Sport Education Program course “Coaching Youth Basketball.” The registration deadline is Oct. 24. For additional information or to register, call 941-7440 or email maguiree3@scranton.edu.
Oct 24, 2008

University of Scranton to Host Law, Medical and Graduate School Fair

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 24, 2008

One of Thailand’s Most Famous Western Performers Returns to Scranton

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 24, 2008

University of Scranton Hosts Book Signing and Talk by History Professor

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 21, 2008

Veterans’ Issues Explored at Conference

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.

September

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Oct 25, 2008

University of Scranton Dedicates Christopher and Margaret Condron Hall

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 25, 2008

Local Resident Appointed Executive Director of Pride, Passion, Promise Campaign

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 25, 2008

University of Scranton Dedicates New Green on Campus

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 25, 2008

Five Named to Board of Trustees at The University of Scranton

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 25, 2008

University of Scranton Appoints Vice President of Human Resources

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 25, 2008

Influence of Hip-Hop Discussed at The University of Scranton

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 25, 2008

University of Scranton Awards Presidential Scholarships

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 25, 2008

Veterans Issues to be Discussed at Conference and Town Meeting

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 25, 2008

Mass of the Holy Spirit, August 28, 2008 -- Scott R. Pilarz, S.J.

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 25, 2008

“Secret of the Holy Grail” To be Discussed at Lecture

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 25, 2008

Harvard Economist to Discuss Macroeconomic Disasters at The University of Scranton

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.

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Oct 25, 2008

Award-winning Author to Talk at The University of Scranton

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 25, 2008

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Historian to Discuss Battle Against Polio

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 24, 2008

Harpist André Tarantiles to Perform at The University of Scranton

The University of Scranton will host a fair for students throughout northeastern Pennsylvania interested in attending Law School, Medical School or Graduate School. The fair will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center on campus. Admission is free. The fair gives students from local colleges and universities the opportunity to learn more about participating institutions, obtain catalogs and applications, and to meet representatives from each school. Approximately 30 schools will be represented, including the American University Washington College of law, Villanova University School of Law; Fordham University graduate school; The Commonwealth Medical College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. For more information on the fair, contact Constance F. McDonnell, director of Career Services at The University of Scranton, at 941-7640.
Oct 23, 2008

Laughter Workshop to be Held

The founder of “Laugh to Live” will give a workshop on “Laughter” and its importance at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 22, in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick & Margaret DeNaples Center at The University of Scranton. The event is free and open to the public.
Oct 23, 2008

U.S. News Names Scranton Up and Coming School

The founder of “Laugh to Live” will give a workshop on “Laughter” and its importance at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 22, in the fourth floor ballroom of the Patrick & Margaret DeNaples Center at The University of Scranton. The event is free and open to the public.

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