Scott Blanding's documentary "Women in Warzones: Sexual Violence in the Congo" will be shown at Marywood on Thursday, September 15.
Marywood announces summer graduates from all four colleges and the School of Architecture.
Marywood recently accepted President Obama's "Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge." Sr. Anne Munley visited Washington D.C. to meet other participants and discuss their plans.
Professor Andrew Dattel, Ph.D. was recently awarded the 2011–12 Murray Award for Research and Development. He hopes his research will lead to better training for airline pilots.
The Chinese Shanghai Yue Opera is set to give a free performance at Marywood’s Sette LaVerghetta Center for the Performing Arts.
With only 15% of the nation’s four-year colleges highlighted in the most recent edition of The Princeton Review, Marywood makes the cut as one of “America’s Best Colleges.”
Marywood University and partners are asking area residents to help stamp out hunger in the region.
Sr. Mariam Pfeifer, IHM and students in Marywood's music therapy program share the sound of music with deaf children who have received cochlear implants.
Two Marywood faculty members are collaborating with a respected community center and local school district to raise awareness of the stress our educational system puts on students, teachers, and parents.
Gregory K. Hunt, FAIA, Dean of Marywood's School of Architecture, will be the first to speak at Pages & Places at Anthology's first monthly arts event.