Naturex Inc. Awards Marywood Professor $155,000 Grant for Research
Fri, March 13, 2009Dr. James Smoliga, Assistant Professor of Exercise Physiology, College of Health and Human Services, was awarded a research contract with Naturex, Inc. for $155,000 to study the effects of polyphenol supplementation on oxidative stress and physiologic performance in endurance athletes.
Politics of Secularism Conference
Thu, March 12, 2009The Department of Social Studies presents The Politics of Secularism: The United States, France, and Turkey conference. The event will be help on Monday, March 16.
Irish -American Heritage Month Highlighted in Campus Library
Wed, March 11, 2009Marywood University is celebrating Irish-American Heritage Month, as a personal request by the Ancient Orders of Hibernians in America.
Colloquium on Problems Facing Families Presented by Linda Hershman -March 12
Tue, March 10, 2009The department of Psychology and Counseling is sponsoring Family Problems with Children and Adolescents and the Ecosystemic Structural Family Model, as part of their colloquium series.
University of Michigan Health System’s Annual Dinner Hosts Dr. Ken Rundell as Keynote Speaker
Mon, March 09, 2009Kenneth W. Rundell, Ph.D., FACSM, Professor of Health Science and Director of Respiratory Research and the Human Physiology Laboratory in the College of Health and Human Sciences, will be the guest speaker at the University of Michigan Health System’s 69th Annual Dinner Meeting of John M. Sheldon Allergy Society in Washington D.C., March 15.