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Athletics: Eldridge Favorite Clip

July 2022

Bryson Eldridge '24, electronic media major and videographer, picks his favorite clip of the year.

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Field hockey wins

Librarians Support Student Inquiry into Black History

July 2022

Aiala Levy, assistant professor, redesigned her digital history course to direct students to conduct digital and primary source research in the University’s Archives on the University’s Black history.

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Louis Stanley Brown

VIDEO: Students Talk PRISM

July 2022

Hanna Guarnuccio '22 and Madelyn Ronan '24 talk about the PRISM Club on campus.

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From left: Madelyn Ronan '24 and Hanna Guarnuccio '22

VIDEO: THR1VE

July 2022

Hear what some Scranton students have to say about THR1VE.

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In the spirit of cura personalis, THR1VE programming celebrates and supports first-generation students throughout their time at the University.

The Aquinas Pays Tribute to Dr. Reavy

July 2022

The Aquinas dedicated an issue to Reavy’s life and legacy. You can find a link to that issue here.

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The late Matthew Reavy, Ph.D. ’84, G’92 on the front of the issue of the March issue of The Aquinas.

VIDEO: Scranton's Story, Our Nation's Story

July 2022

Watch videos of events from the "Scranton's Story, Our Nation's Story" project.

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Fr. Marina speaks at the announcement event.

Opening Doors with Chloe Strickland ’17

July 2022

Chloe Strickland ’17, associate director of college and career counseling at Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School, talks "Opening Doors."

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Opening Doors is a new scholarship.

#ScrantonLoveStory

July 2022

Didn’t hear enough about how and where couples met on campus? Get more Scranton love stories here.

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Casey Fitzgerald ’16 and Mollie Medrano ’17

More From the Pentagon

July 2022

Daniel Walsh, Ph.D. ’00, talks philosophy, trust, leadership, mission, chemistry and more in a web exclusive interview.

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Daniel Walsh, Ph.D. ’00 with Pentagon law enforcement officers

More From the Inauguration of President Joseph G. Marina

Fall 2021

When Fr. Marina was inaugurated he'd been on the job for just over 100 days. Here are some highlights from those days.

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This summer, Fr. Marina met his new colleagues and University community members, settled into his new home on campus and got to work, all amidst a global pandemic. Nonetheless, he began his tenure with grace and purpose. Here are some highlights from his first few months on the job.

New Members of the Board

Fall 2021

Read more about our new members of The University of Scranton Board of Trustees.

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Brennan Hall lobby. The University of Scranton Board of Trustees meets in Brennan Hall.

Still the Tops: More Rankings

Fall 2021

Find more of the University's rankings by various publications.

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Brennan Hall lobby. The University of Scranton Board of Trustees meets in Brennan Hall.

Scranton’s Story, Our Nation’s Story

Fall 2021

Read about the project that seeks to capture the unique story of Scranton and relate it to the history of the United States.

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The University of Scranton was awarded a $152,791 National Endowment for the Humanities grant to support “Scranton’s Story, Our Nation’s Story,” a multifaceted two-year project that seeks to capture the story of Scranton’s indigenous, political, ethnic and religious heritage and relate it to the national narrative of the United States.

Community-Based Learning Projects Get Creative During Pandemic

Fall 2021

The University's Community-Based Learning projects offered opportunities for students to connect with the city of Scranton and our community members in new ways this past year and a half.

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Aldona Smith (left) with Cassie Kobeski from Compassionate Care Hospice

Mass of the Holy Spirit: A Tribute to Father Pilarz

Fall 2021

Thomas MacKinnon, vice president for Advancement, offered this reflection about Fr. Pilarz’s life and career at the Mass of the Holy Spirit this fall.

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Thomas MacKinnon, vice president for Advancement, at the Mass.

Day of Service Photos

Fall 2021

See more photos from the April Day of Service here. Alumni took part in regions across the country.

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Thomas MacKinnon, vice president for Advancement, at the Mass.

Carlesimo Photos

Fall 2021

See more photos from the annual Carlesimo Golf Tournament & Award Dinner here.

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Thomas MacKinnon, vice president for Advancement, at the Mass.

A Brother’s Long Battle Inspires Championship Run

Fall 2021

Matthew Pinto ’21 lost his brother during baseball season. Like Dowdell, he battled on, knowing that his brother would want him to keep playing the sport he loved.

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Thomas MacKinnon, vice president for Advancement, at the Mass.

More from Dave Martin About Athletics During the Pandemic

Fall 2021

Dave Martin, director of Athletics, talks more about the strength of the team during the pandemic.

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Dave Martin, director of Athletics

Digital Journal Survey Results: We Hear You!

Fall 2021

In the spring, we asked readers of our four digital issues of The Scranton Journal to fill out a survey that would help us improve the online magazine. Here, we give you a glimpse of those results.

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Readers share their input on the best way to view the Scranton Journal - digital or print.

Social Media Year in Review

Spring 2020

What were some of your favorite Scranton social media posts of 2019? Find out here.

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Readers share their input on the best way to view the Scranton Journal - digital or print.

Getting to Know Greg Jordan, J.D., Executive Director of the Humanities Center

Spring 2020

The Scranton Journal talked to Greg Jordan, J.D., executive director of the new Humanities Center, about everything from his ties to the Wyoming Valley to being Fr. Pilarz's student in high school.

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Readers share their input on the best way to view the Scranton Journal - digital or print.

CASE Survey: We Heard You!

Spring 2020

The survey, which allows us to compare our magazine to other alumni magazines as well as our past surveys, was hosted by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

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Readers share their input on the best way to view the Scranton Journal - digital or print.

More Responsibility in Riyadh: Jarman Alqahtani

Spring 2020

As part of its feature on its international graduates, The Scranton Journal spoke to Jarman Alqahatani G'16 who has taken on more responsibility as health care administrator upon his return to Saudi Arabia.

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Readers share their input on the best way to view the Scranton Journal - digital or print.

Cheryl Boga Discusses The Václav Nelhýbel Centennial Concert and Collection

Spring 2020

Performance Music at Scranton paid homage to the great composer Václav Nelhýbel with a concert celebrating the centennial year of his birth.

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Cheryl Y. Boga

Social Media Dorm Room Contest

Spring 2020

This fall, we asked students to submit photos of their dorm rooms using #MyScrantonHome to win a Scranton-themed prize.

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The winner was...Lily's room in Fitch!

More John Willard Raught

Spring 2020

See more John Willard Raught paintings here.

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The Raught Family. Photograph. c. 1900. The Stanislaus Collection. Scranton, Pennsylvania.

Once a Royal Always a Royal: Networking in D.C.

Fall 2019

The Center for Career Development and Political Science Department sponsored a networking trip to Washington, D.C. in April.

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Bill Canny ’77, H’07, executive director of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, far left, hosts students for a networking event in Washington D.C. The Center for Career Development and Political Science Department sponsored the D.C. networking trip April, which was made possible through alumni funding for the Ignatian Global Citizenship Program. Carl Thorsen ’90, founding partner of Thorsen French Advocacy, a boutique government relations firm, also hosted the group while they were in the city.

Scranton Players Present ‘The Porches Project’

Fall 2019

Scranton’s historic Hill Section was the site and subject of “The Porches Project,” a play created by Jennifer Rhoads and Hank Willenbrink, theatre program director.

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Bill Canny ’77, H’07, executive director of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, far left, hosts students for a networking event in Washington D.C. The Center for Career Development and Political Science Department sponsored the D.C. networking trip April, which was made possible through alumni funding for the Ignatian Global Citizenship Program. Carl Thorsen ’90, founding partner of Thorsen French Advocacy, a boutique government relations firm, also hosted the group while they were in the city.

Leadership Capstone Program Launches

Fall 2019

The Leadership Capstone Program, which launched this year, provides students an opportunity to engage in meaningful leadership development in a small group cohort setting.

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Bill Canny ’77, H’07, executive director of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, far left, hosts students for a networking event in Washington D.C. The Center for Career Development and Political Science Department sponsored the D.C. networking trip April, which was made possible through alumni funding for the Ignatian Global Citizenship Program. Carl Thorsen ’90, founding partner of Thorsen French Advocacy, a boutique government relations firm, also hosted the group while they were in the city.

St. Oscar Romero is a ‘Light for our Time’

Fall 2019

The Scranton Journal asks Will Cohen, Ph.D. a few questions about his work on St. Oscar Romero.

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Will Cohen, Ph.D.

Alumna Betsy Peck Talks Retirement

Fall 2019

Betsy Peck '82 delves into how to stay true to yourself in retirement, and the freedom that comes along with these years.

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Will Cohen, Ph.D.

A Conversation with James Murray '90, Director of the Secret Service

Fall 2019

James Murray '90, director of the Secret Service, talks about his proudest moments, life with two sets of twins, his favorite Scranton professors, his devotion to the mission of the Secret Service and more.

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Will Cohen, Ph.D.

WMCHealth Administrators are Interviewed about Scranton

Fall 2019

Hear from Elisa Chessari '02, Jack Burtis '15 and Marie Yezzo about their Scranton experience.

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Elisa Chessari '02, vice president of operations for Westchester Medical Center. Jack Burtis '15, revenue integrity analyst at WMCHealth. Marie Yezzo '01, vice president of professional and support services at WMCHealth.

Law School: An Informed Decision

Fall 2019

The pre-law program has been around for decades. Hear about what a common priority has always been.

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Elisa Chessari '02, vice president of operations for Westchester Medical Center. Jack Burtis '15, revenue integrity analyst at WMCHealth. Marie Yezzo '01, vice president of professional and support services at WMCHealth.

University Community Shows Outpouring of Love for Father Pilarz

Fall - October 2020

Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., will step down as president of Scranton at the conclusion of the 2020-21 academic year. He received an outpouring of support from the University community after his announcement.

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Elisa Chessari '02, vice president of operations for Westchester Medical Center. Jack Burtis '15, revenue integrity analyst at WMCHealth. Marie Yezzo '01, vice president of professional and support services at WMCHealth.

Esprit | Spring 2020 Reading

Fall - October 2020

A reading of the Spring 2020 edition of Esprit, The University of Scranton's literary magazine.

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Elisa Chessari '02, vice president of operations for Westchester Medical Center. Jack Burtis '15, revenue integrity analyst at WMCHealth. Marie Yezzo '01, vice president of professional and support services at WMCHealth.

State of Scranton with Mayor Paige Gebhardt Cognetti

Fall - October 2020

Scranton mayor Paige Gebhardt Cognetti joins Julie Schumacher Cohen, assistant vice president for community engagement and government affairs, to discuss the state of the city.

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Elisa Chessari '02, vice president of operations for Westchester Medical Center. Jack Burtis '15, revenue integrity analyst at WMCHealth. Marie Yezzo '01, vice president of professional and support services at WMCHealth.

Remote and In-Person Classes - Fall 2020

Fall - October 2020

Students describe their experiences with a combination of remote and in-person education over the first two weeks of the fall 2020 semester.

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Elisa Chessari '02, vice president of operations for Westchester Medical Center. Jack Burtis '15, revenue integrity analyst at WMCHealth. Marie Yezzo '01, vice president of professional and support services at WMCHealth.

KSOM: Graduating in a Challenging Economy

Fall - October 2020

Hear from University of Scranton KSOM alumni who graduated in a challenging economy.

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Molly Putnam '09

Ask the Experts

Fall - October 2020

A collection of videos from various members of the Scranton community on ways you can deal with issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Molly Putnam '09

A Father and Son’s Global Mindset Leads to MBAs at Scranton

Spring 2019

Sunil Pillai G’83, of Mumbai, India, convinces his son to follow in his footsteps. And it pays off.

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The Pillai family poses with Murli Rajan, Ph.D., at Rathin’s graduation. From left: Sunil Pillai, Dr. Rajan, Rathin and Swarna Pillai.

Intersession Work

Spring 2019

Faculty and students spend Scranton intersession having incredible experiences, here and abroad.

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Dr. Scardillo's university students who participated in the Guatemala service trip.

Virginia Farrell '20 Answers Questions about her Domestic Service Trip

Spring 2019

Virginia Farrell '20 answers questions about her experience in Anchorage last summer for the University’s first domestic service trip to Alaska.

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Dr. Scardillo's university students who participated in the Guatemala service trip.

Sunday Playbook

Spring 2019

Read a selection of “The Royal Way Sunday Playbook," a method of communication used to inspire and encourage athletes from within the department on Sundays.

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Dr. Scardillo's university students who participated in the Guatemala service trip.

Outside the Bubble

Spring 2019

Professor Kim Pavlick's journalism students write about local businesses for the Community-Based Learning course.

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Miranda Philbin, co-owner of the Peculiar Slurp Shop

Ignatian Pilgrimage Photos

Spring 2019

Faculty and staff follow in the footsteps of St. Ignatius and other important Jesuits to enrich their own lives and others. Find more photos here.

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Staff at Mass in Catacombs

Strategic Funding Initiatives

Spring 2019

Read about some of the innovative projects that have been funded in part by Strategic Initiatives Funding.

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STEAM (Science, Technology, Art, Engineering and Math) Activities for School/Community Groups was among the 14 projects that received support during the 2017-18 academic year.

Photos from Saudi Arabia Alumni Meeting

Fall 2018

See more photos from the Saudi Arabia alumni meeting in Riyadh.

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STEAM (Science, Technology, Art, Engineering and Math) Activities for School/Community Groups was among the 14 projects that received support during the 2017-18 academic year.

The DeMichele Era

Fall 2018

This beloved professor emeritus has had a career of firsts. See a few extra photos from his years here.

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From left: Frank Homer, University historian, Jack Weir, Esq., then president of the Royals Historical Society, Thomas Reuter, Esq., then vice president of the Royals Historical Society, and Dr. DeMichele.

How to Have Your Own Dialogue

Fall 2018

You, too, can have your own dialogue. Read on to find out how.

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From left: Frank Homer, University historian, Jack Weir, Esq., then president of the Royals Historical Society, Thomas Reuter, Esq., then vice president of the Royals Historical Society, and Dr. DeMichele.

#ScrantonSummer Reflections

Fall 2018

Several students wrote reflections about their summer, whether they were at home or abroad, doing service or interning. Read on for excerpts of those reflections and links to the entire articles.

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From left: Frank Homer, University historian, Jack Weir, Esq., then president of the Royals Historical Society, Thomas Reuter, Esq., then vice president of the Royals Historical Society, and Dr. DeMichele.

On the Commons Extras

Fall 2018

Navigate to the full versions of many On the Commons news items here.

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The blessing of the news Rev. Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., Athletics Campus.

A Talk with Fr. Pilarz, A Podcast

Fall 2018

Listen here to an in-depth interview with Fr. Pilarz prior to Inauguration.

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The blessing of the news Rev. Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., Athletics Campus.

Inauguration: Fr. Pilarz's Address

Fall 2018

Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., delivers the Inauguration Address.

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The blessing of the news Rev. Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., Athletics Campus.

Inauguration: Photos

Fall 2018

See photos from the Inauguration of Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., Scranton's 27th president, here.

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The blessing of the news Rev. Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., Athletics Campus.

Inauguration: Videos

Fall 2018

View videos of and for the Inauguration of Scott R. Pilarz, Scranton's 27th president, here.

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The blessing of the news Rev. Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., Athletics Campus.

More Campus Updates

Spring 2018

You can see more campus updates.

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The blessing of the news Rev. Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., Athletics Campus.

Stories of Hope from Afghanistan and Darfur

Spring 2018

Celeste Gregory '01 has spent 10 years working for Catholic Relief Services, creating grassroots change and opportunities in war-torn and developing regions.

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Celeste draws a distribution site plan during a volunteer training.

Inspired by Jesuits

Spring 2018

The Scranton Journal was able to connect with seven alumni, who have entered the Society of Jesus in the past 14 years. All enthusiastically cited The University of Scranton as the place responsible for their vocations, and all named several inspirational Jesuits in particular.

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Top, from left: Rev. Stephen L. Surovick, S.J. ’96, Adam Rosinski, S.J. ’07, Doug Jones, nS.J. ’10, Brian Konzman, S.J. ’08; Bottom, from left: William Woody, S.J. ‘11, The Rev. Angelo (A.J.) Rizzo, S.J. ’03 and Carl Caceres, nS.J. ’11.

University Players Talk Theatre

Spring 2018

Read more from former University Players.

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The production of "Our Town"

A Former President's Plans

Fall 2017

Former University President Kevin P. Quinn, S.J., ended his tenure at The University of Scranton in June. Now? He's furthering his academic scholarship and pursuing in-depth knowledge on the current issues of the day.

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Campion Hall in Oxford, where Fr. Quinn will reside in the spring.

Swain Talks First Ladies

Fall 2017

Susan Swain '76, H'15, co-chief executive officer and president of C-SPAN, wrote a book about the U.S. first ladies, "from Martha to Michelle." Read what she has to say on the topic here.

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Susan Swain '76, H'15

More 5.06 Videos

Fall 2017

The University of Scranton celebrated its annual day of giving during the weekend of May 6 and 7. Check out some of the videos from and about the day here.

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Susan Swain '76, H'15

Fr. Keller Answers More Questions

Fall 2017

Hear more from Fr. Keller, interim president, who wants you to know he loves both the Phillies and Jersey shore!

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Susan Swain '76, H'15

Incoming President Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., in his own Words

Fall 2017

President Scott R. Pilarz is announced as the next president of The University of Scranton. Watch the announcement and what he has to say about his return in these videos.

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Susan Swain '76, H'15

Dani Arigo, Ph.D., Discusses her Research

Fall 2017

Dani Arigo, Ph.D., an assistant professor of psychology at Scranton who studies social and psychological influences on women's health, discusses her research.

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Susan Swain '76, H'15

Studying, Serving, Interning

Fall 2017

University students remained busy during the summer months at home and abroad through a range of curricular and co-curricular activities. Read about some of the adventures students had, below.

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Susan Swain '76, H'15

The Impact of The LEAP Program from an Inmate's Perspective

Fall 2017

The Scranton Journal spoke with Amanda W., an inmate at the Lackawanna County Prison, about the LEAP program. Here is what she had to say.

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Together, inmates and students created this tree to reflect on their LEAP program experience.

More Answers from Cheryl Boga

Spring 2017

Cheryl Boga talks more about Jesuit education and the arts.

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Cheryl Boga

How We are Doing: Case Survey

Spring 2017

We used the CASE (Council for Advancement & Support of Education) Readership Survey, which allows us to compare our results with more than 350 other institutions that also used the same instrument.

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Cheryl Boga

McPartland's Trainings

Spring 2017

Ray McPartland '97 trains police officers and civilians on how to prepare for active-shooter situations. Read what he has to say.

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McPartland conducts virtual reality training.

More Answers from Students from Micronesia

Spring 2017

We talked with our current students from Micronesia about their connection to Scranton and their experience here. This is what they had to say.

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McPartland conducts virtual reality training.

More Campus Updates

Spring 2017

See more photos and video of recent campus updates and plans for the future.

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McPartland conducts virtual reality training.

Q&A with Mike Soskil ’97, G’09

Fall 2016

Mike Soskil ’97, G’09, Global Teacher Prize finalist and science teacher at Wallenpaupack South Elementary School and Darryl DeMarzio, chair of The University of Scranton's Education Department, discuss everything from teaching philosophy to advocacy.

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From left: Mike Soskil ’97, G’09, Darryl DeMarzio, chair of the University’s Education Department

Modern Day Recycling Challenges

Fall 2016

Sharon Kneiss '77, president and CEO of the National Waste & Recycling Association, is helping to clean up -- and educate -- America.

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From left: Mike Soskil ’97, G’09, Darryl DeMarzio, chair of the University’s Education Department

More Answers from Michael Jenkins, Ph.D. '06

Fall 2016

The Scranton Journal interviewed Michael Jenkins, Ph.D. '06, assistant professor in the Sociology, Criminal Justice and Criminology Department and expert on innovation in policing and community problem-solving policing.

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From left: Mike Soskil ’97, G’09, Darryl DeMarzio, chair of the University’s Education Department

A Professor's Perspective: Revitalization in 'The Electric City'

Fall 2016

Meghan Ashlin Rich, Ph.D., associate professor of sociology and women’s studies, studies how cities use arts and culture-based strategies to renew blighted areas. She studied Scranton. This is an essay she wrote for The Scranton Journal based in part on her research.

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Meghan Ashlin Rich, Ph.D.

Brian Duke’s '79 Tips on Caregiving

Fall 2016

Brian Duke ’79 is director of senior services at Main Line Health and former secretary of aging of Pennsylvania (the nation’s fourth-grayist state). He has advice for caregivers.

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Meghan Ashlin Rich, Ph.D.

Drs. Donald Jenkins '84 and Daniel Grabo '98

Fall 2016

A Closer Look

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From left: Dr. Grabo receives his Romanian Medal of Honor; Dr. Jenkins ‘84 at the American Legion’s 96th National Convention in 2014, where he was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal, the Legion’s highest honor. Previous recipients of the award include President John F. Kennedy, Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and Dr. Jonas Salk

Surviving Sandy

Spring 2013

Eric Brophy ’92, Mark Degenhart ’85, Mike Short ’99 and Justin Canning ’10 all came to the aid of others during the dark hours, days and months that followed Hurricane Sandy.

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Eric Brophy ’92, Mark Degenhart ’85, Mike Short ’99 and Justin Canning ’10 all came to the aid of others during the dark hours, days and months that followed Hurricane Sandy.

Undergraduate Views 'Service a Part of My Education'

Spring 2013

During her freshman year, Michelle Dougherty ’14 approached Pat Vaccaro with a simple request.

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Michelle Dougherty ’14 (right) has immersed herself in the campus and city communities, volunteering her time and talents to serve others.

Library Professor Helps Build Community Through Reading

Spring 2013

As a member of the Scranton Reads committee, Sheli McHugh embraces the month-long event’s two main objectives: promoting reading and bringing the community together.

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Michelle Dougherty ’14 (right) has immersed herself in the campus and city communities, volunteering her time and talents to serve others.

History Professor Fills Schedule Volunteering, Making Service Trips

Spring 2013

To most people at St. Francis of Assisi Kitchen, Sean Brennan, Ph.D., is on a first-name basis, while others simply call him “professor.”

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Michelle Dougherty ’14 (right) has immersed herself in the campus and city communities, volunteering her time and talents to serve others.

Faculty Specialist Makes Volunteering a 'Part of Her Life'

Spring 2013

Julie Ann Nastasi, O.T.D. ’00 explains it was her undergraduate education at Scranton that fostered her interest in community service.

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Michelle Dougherty ’14 (right) has immersed herself in the campus and city communities, volunteering her time and talents to serve others.

Staff Member Raises Suicide Awareness in NEPA

Spring 2013

Caitlyn Hollingshead says The University of Scranton has challenged her views on social justice and social awareness.

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Michelle Dougherty ’14 (right) has immersed herself in the campus and city communities, volunteering her time and talents to serve others.

Introducing Scranton’s Team – 1982-1983 Royals

Spring 2013

If the 1982-1983 men’s basketball team received any rock star treatment, it was because they sort of were rock stars, explains Karen Kaczmarczyk Roberts ’84.

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It should be noted that the original “Rock-N-Roll” Royals were the members of the 1976 championship squad, but the 1982-1983 team proudly carried on the winning tradition, according to Coach Bob Bessoir.
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