In Case You Missed It...

Enjoy these photos from a few of our signature spring semester events.

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In February, alumni and students gathered in the Byron Center to network and bond over their shared love of Scranton.

Shamrockin' Eve


In March, more than 1,000 recent graduates returned to campus for the 11th Annual Shamrockin’ Eve to celebrate one of Scranton’s favorite traditions with the Class of 2019 on the eve of the Scranton St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

The MAC Symposium


Also in March, the Medical Alumni Council held the 2019 Medical Alumni Symposium, which featured presentations from Thomas Loughney, M.D. ’85, Maria Gubbiotti, M.D., Ph.D. ’11, Erin Tracy, M.D. ’88 and Geno Merli, M.D. ’71, as well as a panel discussion with April Troy, M.D. ’02, Jed Gonzalo, M.D. ’02, Clark Veet, M.D. ’10, Kelly McGuire, D.O. ’05 and Ralph Riviello, M.D. ’90.

Alumni Day of Service


In April, more than 300 alumni and friends of the University celebrated the annual Alumni Day of Service by performing service projects in Collegeville, the Lehigh Valley, Harrisburg, Northeastern Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, West Chester, New Jersey, New York, Boston, Connecticut and Washington, D.C.



In May, the University held 5.06, its fifth annual Day of Giving, which raised more than $450,000 for University scholarships and programs through a variety of events and challenges, including the 5.06K at the Quinn Athletics Campus, the Virtual 5.06K and the Athletics Team Challenge.

The Edward R. Leahy Jr. Center for the Uninsured Physical Therapy Clinic Fundraiser


Also in May, Lexi McGivern ’17, DPT ’20, Colin Homola ’16, DPT ’20, Rebecca Oliveira, DPT ’20 and Matthew Aitken ’17, DPT ’20 helped raise more than $15,000 for The Edward R. Leahy Jr. Center Clinic for the Uninsured Physical Therapy Clinic by organizing an event that gathered more than 300 alumni, faculty members and friends of the University’s physical therapy program together in support of the clinic and its mission to provide free physical therapy to uninsured and underinsured members of the local community.

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