Student Spotlight

"Marywood has given me the opportunity to fulfill a lifetime goal of becoming a Special Education and Elementary teacher..."

-Sarah O'Brien

Student Ambassadors Named for Education Department

The Education Department is pleased to introduce its Student Ambassador Program, which will provide opportunities for student-directed volunteer support both for the Education Department and for Marywood University.
Congratulations to the following students who have been selected as Ambassadors: Brooke Ackerman, Samantha Barone, Pia Creazzo, Erin Fusco, Rebecca Icker, and Kara Nunes.
Student Ambassadors are students in good academic standing who are willing to support the Education Department's goals. Ambassadors will act as a contact person, guide, and mentor for prospective students to Marywood's Education Department, and they will assist with social media efforts.

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Student Earns Perfect Score on Assessment

Spanish/Secondary Education student Tobias C. Percario earned a perfect 300 score on the Pre-Service Academic Performance Assessment (PAPA) in Reading that is required for candidacy to teacher-preparation programs. The PAPA Assessment aligns with Pennsylvania regulations and content standards for teachers. Congratulations, Tobias!


Higher Education Administration Students Attend the Pennsylvania College Personnel Association Conference


Marywood Students had the honor of attending this year's PCPA conference in Mechanicsburg, PA. The focus of the conference was on Reimagining the Student Experience.


Students Present With Faculty At Annual CEC Conference


Dr. Patricia Arter, Dr. Francis DeMatteo, and graduate students, Trina Williams and Kelsey Uppling, presented a poster session entitled: Transition: it Takes a Village at the Council for Exceptional Children Expo April 11 in Philadelphia PA.


Students inducted into Honoraries


Kappa Delta Pi Induction, April 2013


Sigma Pi Epsilon Delta Induction, April 2013


Ten students were inducted into the Sigma Pi Epsilon Delta and twelve into Kappa Delta Pi this spring. These students demonstrated excellence in academics, service and teaching. Parents, faculty and friends attended to celebrate this honorable occasion.