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Fall 2015


Alumni Profiles

On the Commons

Focus on Faculty

  • Faculty News

    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.


  • Celebrating the Seniors

    The Athletics Department held its 24th annual Senior Student-Athlete Luncheon on May 16, in the DeNaples Center.

  • Athletics News

    Athletics photos and news from the spring are featured here.

Alumni News

  • 5.06.15: A Day of Giving

    What was once just a normal spring day at the University is now a day to be celebrated. On May 6, alumni, students, parents, employees and friends pulled together to give back to Scranton.

  • Alumni Weekend 2015 - Royal Memories

    The University welcomed more than 1,200 alumni and friends to campus June 12-14 for Alumni Weekend. Alumni with class years ending in a ‘5’ or ‘0’ celebrated their milestone reunions, but all members of the University community were invited to share in the festivities.

  • The PBC Annual Award Dinner Will Take Place on Oct. 8

    Join us in person, or in spirit, to support The Presidential Scholarship Endowment at The 14th President’s Business Council Annual Award Dinner at The Pierre in New York on Oct. 8 to honor Francis J. Pearn ’83, P’16.

  • The Late Dave Gavitt Honored at the Carlesimo Award Dinner

    The late Dave Gavitt, one of the architects of modern college basketball and a member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, was recognized at the fundraising event, held June 8 at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

  • Legacy Parents to Lead Parents' Executive Council

    When Anthony Simone ’90 and his wife Kelley (Marrinan) Simone ’90, G’91 were asked by the University to co-chair the Parents’ Executive Council (PEC), they were surprised and honored.

  • A Global Education

    Jay Nathan, Ph.D., the greatest education a person can have is a global one. “We can all learn from each other, and when we do, we are better off,” said Jay Nathan, Ph.D., a professor of management at St. John’s University in Queens, New York.

  • The Class of 1965 Celebrates 50 Years with a Meaningful Legacy to the Next Generation

    With smart planning, you may actually increase the size of your estate and/or reduce the tax burden on your heirs. Just as importantly, you will know that you have made a meaningful contribution to The University of Scranton.

  • Alumni Society Board of Governors Elected

    The University of Scranton Alumni Society’s Board of Governors elected seven new members to the board of directors.


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