Marywood's student-run newspaper, The Wood Word, has earned a dozen awards from the Society for Collegiate Journalists. Several staff members have also been honored for excellence in writing and design.
Three graphic design students received Addy Awards from the American Advertising Federation in this year's competition.
Tamara Amosson, a religious studies professor, will direct a retreat for youth ministers for the Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth.
The 3rd annual "Stretch: The Creativity Conference" will take place Friday, March 28, in the Nazareth Student Center. Registration is required.
Student Kasey Lee Lynn will present her research on Eva Perón and Hillary Rodham Clinton at the Council of Undergraduate Research's "Posters on the Hill" event in Washington, D.C.
The Music, Theatre, and Dance Department has released an album of spiritual music by professor and violinist Sophie Till and renowned pianist Ron Stabinsky.
Administrative studies professor Alexander Dawoody, Ph.D., has received not one but two Fulbright awards, which have taken him to Azerbaijan and Honduras.
The Social Science Department's Social Change Film Series celebrates the power of people to make positive and lasting change in the world.
Marywood's Psychological Services Center will provide free, confidential anxiety screenings on Thursday, February 6. Screenings will include an educational presentation, written self-assessment, and meeting with a mental health counselor.
Marywood announced the fall 2013 dean’s list from the Reap College of Education and Human Development, the Insalaco College of Creative and Performing Arts, the College of Health and Human Services, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and the School of Architecture.