Marywood University Professor Receives Recognition from U.S. Professors of the Year

Marywood University Professor Receives Recognition from U.S. Professors of the Year Scranton, PA (January 27, 2016)—Kielty Turner, DSW, assistant professor in the School of Social Work at Marywood University, recently received a certificate of recognition from the U.S. Professors of the Year. The certificate, signed by Anthony S. Bryk, president of The Carnegie Foundation for the…

Marywood University Students Collect Donations for Local Charities

Marywood University Students Collect Donations for Local Charities SCRANTON, PA (January 26, 2016)-Marywood University’s department of communications, sciences, and disorders (CSD), along with its student chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association collected gifts in December to support campus ministry’s Christmas Giving Tree project. Gifts were donated to the United Neighborhood Association, Friends of the…

Marywood University to Host Lecture Series on Pope Francis’s Encyclical Letter

Marywood University to Host Lecture Series on Pope Francis’s Encyclical Letter   SCRANTON, PA (January 20, 2016)-Marywood University’s department of campus ministry, the science department, and the theology department will sponsor a lecture series on Pope Francis’s Encyclical Letter, Laudato Si (Praised Be You): A Conversation on the Care of “Our Common Home.”  The Inaugural…

Riverside Jr. – Sr. High School art students have won awards in the 2016 Northeastern Pennsylvania Scholastic Art Awards

Riverside Jr. – Sr. High School art students have won awards in the 2016 Northeastern Pennsylvania Scholastic Art Awards.  Caitlin Kilvitis an 8th grade student received an Honorable Mention for her sculpture “Prince Tyreese”.   Mickayla Jones also an 8th grade student received a Silver Key Award for her sculpture “Scared Silly”. Senior Kacey Orlowski captured…

Marywood University Art Galleries to Present Virtual Holocaust and Genocide Exhibition

Marywood University Art Galleries to Present Virtual Holocaust and Genocide Exhibition   SCRANTON, PA (January 20, 2016)—Marywood University to present an exhibition titled, TEREZIN and KURDISTAN—A Journey, which will open on Saturday, January 30, 2016, in the Suraci Gallery, on the second floor of the Shields Center for Visual Arts. The exhibition is the inaugural presentation…