Through their "Training the Trainer" program, two professors from the School of Social Work are educating a group of Bhutanese refugees living in Scranton.
UPDATE: This event has been cancelled. On Tuesday, October 30, Mehmet Kalyoncu will discuss the impact of the upcoming U.S. presidential election on the Muslim World.
This year's fall convocation, set for October 19, will focus on Marywood's core value of empowerment.
Visiting artist Vicki DaSilva, who uses photography, painting, and dance to draw attention to social justice issues, will present on October 4, at 3:30pm.
Students in Professor Alisha Hoffman-Mirilovich's public history courses recently curated an exhibit at the Everhart Museum and are currently partnering with the Steamtown National Historic Site to preserve local railroad history.
Dr. Gerald Zavorsky is conducting life-saving research that could aid victims of carbon monoxide poisoning. His findings will be published in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.
Professor Sophie Till has modified the "Taubman Approach," a technique developed for piano players to prevent injuries, for use by violinists. She will deliver a series of lectures and master classes at Princeton University in July.
Psychology professor David Palmiter was recently named president of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association.
On June 21, more than 25 students earned a high school diploma with the help of Marywood's GED program. Marywood was recently awarded $1 million to provide adult literacy services and GED preparation courses.
Packiaraj Arumugham, a professor in Marywood's School of Social Work and Administrative Studies, has spent years studying inter-caste marriages in India.