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Remembering Faculty Member Matthew Reavy ’84, G’92

July 2022

Matthew Reavy, Ph.D. ’84, G’92 associate professor in the Department of Communication and Media at the University, passed away in January.

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Matthew Reavy, Ph.D. ’84, G’92

Accounting Department, Faculty Top Research Productivity List

July 2022

The University’s Accounting Department ranked No. 4 in the world for accounting education research published in the most recent six years in a listing considered the gold standard in accounting disciplines.

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Matthew Reavy, Ph.D. ’84, G’92

National Science Foundation Grants Awarded to Faculty Members’ Projects

July 2022

Several faculty members were awarded National Science Foundation (NSF) grants for projects in recent months.

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Matthew Reavy, Ph.D. ’84, G’92

Faculty Member Leads Pysanka Workshops to Benefit Ukraine

July 2022

Fourth-generation Ukrainian-American Amelia Randich, Ph.D., an assistant professor of biology at Scranton, led four pysanka workshops in April on campus to raise money for World Central Kitchen for humanitarian aid in Ukraine.

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Fourth-generation Ukrainian-American Amelia Randich, Ph.D., led several workshops to raise money for Ukraine in April. She is pictured here teaching the children of her fellow biology professor Anne Royer, Ph.D., about pysanka.

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Fall 2021

Read highlights about what some of our faculty members are up to at Scranton from the spring, summer and fall.

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Scranton Journal focuses on significant achievements of several University faculty members who are passionate about research and teaching.

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Spring - April 2021

Read news and highlights about faculty from the spring 2021 semester.

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Scranton Journal focuses on significant achievements of several University faculty members who are passionate about research and teaching.

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Spring - February 2021

Read news and highlights about faculty from the fall 2020 and spring 2021 semesters.

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Scranton Journal focuses on significant achievements of several University faculty members who are passionate about research and teaching.

Focus on Faculty: Books

Spring - February 2021

Several University faculty members published books this past year. Here, we highlight a few.

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Scranton Journal focuses on significant achievements of several University faculty members who are passionate about research and teaching.

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Fall - December 2020

Read news and highlights about faculty from the fall 2020 semester.

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Scranton Journal focuses on significant achievements of several University faculty members who are passionate about research and teaching.

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Fall - October 2020

Read news and highlights about faculty from the spring and early fall 2020 semesters.

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Scranton Journal focuses on significant achievements of several University faculty members who are passionate about research and teaching.

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Spring 2020

Read news and highlights about faculty from the fall 2019 and early spring 2020 semesters.

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Nathaniel Frissell operates a ham radio station in a tent at the annual Field Day operating event. The Personal Space Weather Station project seeks to use signals by stations such as these to help understand the ionosphere and the impact of space weather on communications. INSET: Nathaniel Frissell, Ph.D., physics and electrical engineering professor

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Fall 2019

Read news and highlights about faculty from the spring and summer 2019.

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Professor Susan Poulson

University Faculty Recognized for Excellence

Fall 2019

Eleven University of Scranton faculty members were honored recently with Provost Faculty Enhancement awards for excellence in teaching, scholarship or service.

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El-Habib Zanzana receives his award.

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Spring 2019

Read news and highlights about faculty from the fall 2018 and early spring 2019 semesters.

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Peter Leininger, Ph.D. demonstrates blood flow restriction (BFR) therapy using the BFR Delphi unit and light-load exercise with a tourniquet. From left: Dr. Leininger and DPT graduate students Matthew Aitken ’17, Omar Amer, Stephanie Klug (demonstrating the therapy), Berta Carmo, Jonathan Mayes, Dublin, Dannylyn Manabat, Christine Kiefer ’17 and Sophia DiCamillo ’17.

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Fall 2018

Read faculty news highlights from the spring and summer.

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Together, Benjamin Bishop, Ph.D., and Renée Hakim, Ph.D., research virtual rehabilitation

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Spring 2018

Read faculty news from the summer and fall 2017, here.

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Students and faculty members gather at the equator during intersession 2017 with their Healthcare in Africa and Christianity in Africa courses.

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Fall 2017

A collection of faculty news from spring 2017 is below.

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Faculty members Thomas Hogan, Ph.D., and John Norcross, Ph.D., and staff psychologist Leah Popple, Psy.D., collaborate to publish books.

Faculty News

Spring 2017

A collection of faculty news from summer and fall 2016 is below.

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Faculty members Thomas Hogan, Ph.D., and John Norcross, Ph.D., and staff psychologist Leah Popple, Psy.D., collaborate to publish books.

Faculty News

Fall 2016

A collection of faculty news from the spring and summer 2016 is below.

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Students in Professor Joseph Cimini’s Criminal Justice Process course gathered for a photo during his last class at Scranton.

Faculty News

Spring 2016

A collection of faculty news from the fall and winter 2015 is below, featuring everything from awardees to faculty-student collaboration.

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Students in Professor Joseph Cimini’s Criminal Justice Process course gathered for a photo during his last class at Scranton.

Faculty News

Fall 2015

A collection of faculty news from winter, spring and summer 2015 is below, featuring everything from teachers of the year to awardees in scholarship and service.

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Students in Professor Joseph Cimini’s Criminal Justice Process course gathered for a photo during his last class at Scranton.

Klonoski Named Scranton’s CASE Teacher of the Year

Fall 2014

Richard J. Klonoski, Ph.D. ’74, professor of philosophy, was named the University’s CASE Professor of the Year in recognition of his outstanding performance.

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Students in Professor Joseph Cimini’s Criminal Justice Process course gathered for a photo during his last class at Scranton.

Professor Presents at World Congress of Philosophy

Spring 2014

Philosophy is important in a democracy. The ancient Greek philosopher Socrates knew that and defended democracy even while the Athenian democratic regime under which he lived had him executed.

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Richard J. Klonoski, Ph.D.

Intersession Grants Awarded to Eight

Spring 2014

Eight faculty members of The University of Scranton were awarded development intersession grants for January 2014.

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Richard J. Klonoski, Ph.D.

Faculty Receive Recognition for Teaching Excellence

Fall 2013

Three faculty members have received recognition for teaching excellence.

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Richard J. Klonoski, Ph.D.

Faculty News

Spring 2012

The following news items highlight the many recent accomplishments and research experiences of our faculty and staff members.

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Richard J. Klonoski, Ph.D.

Faculty & Staff News

Fall 2011

The following news items highlight the many recent accomplishments of our faculty and staff members.

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The University presented Sursum Corda (Lift Up Your Hearts) Awards to three staff members this spring, recognizing members of the University’s staff who have made outstanding contributions to the community and the mission of Scranton. Pictured (from left) are: Sursum Corda Award recipients Paulette Karlavige, director, payroll information system; Thomas Yablonski, physical plant; and Nancy Gownley, faculty secretary, accounting.
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