The following students from Dunmore are among those named to Marywood University’s Fall 2022 Dean’s List from each of its colleges.
College of Health and Human Services, as declared by Interim Dean Shelby W. Yeager, M.Ed., LAT, ATC, CSCS: Kylee Jezorwski, Kathleen Kennedy, and Alexis Overholtz.
Insalaco College of Arts and Sciences, as declared by Dean Jeffrey Johnson, DMA: Max Burke, Joseph Cardillo, Caroline Coar, Emma Eynon, Colton Grohs, Jillian Mooney, Lia SchwenMatthew Potter, Victor, NY; Zachary Pramik, Westminster, MD; Kazimierz Predecki, Orrstown, PA; Tyler k, Ruiwen Su, and Rachel Zarubski.
Reap College of Professional Studies, as declared by Dean James J. Sullivan, M.ARCH, RA, AIA: Olivia Ciullo, Gianna DiPietro, Frank Golden, Mia Mandarano, Megan Pavlowski, and Mackenzie Senatore.
Even though winter days are here, Marywood University is looking forward to summertime with its 2023 Summer @ the Wood camps program. Pick your passion from 10+ camps, featuring sports activities, creative pursuits, and scientific interests.
The 2023 schedule presently includes academic camps on architecture, art of comic books/graphic novels, biotechnology, environmental stewardship, and music, as well as athletic camps for boys/girls basketball, esports, girls lacrosse, softball, swimming, and girls volleyball.
For more details, including camp dates, registration information and deadlines, camp descriptions, and associated fees, visit marywood.edu/community/camps/.
Some camps are currently open for registration, while others will open after the first of the year. Several feature early bird registration rates. It is possible that other camps may be added to these initial offerings. If so, information will be listed on the camps website at: marywood.edu/community/camps/.
In commemoration of Veterans Day, Marywood University’s Office of Military and Veteran Services and its Student Veteran Alliance (SVA) will honor those who are serving and those who have served our country on at an 11 a.m. ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 10 at the Marywood’s Veterans Resource Center, 2236 N. Washington Ave., Scranton, on the University’s campus.
Sister Mary Persico, IHM, Ed.D., Marywood University’s president, will offer remarks. Peter Howey, a recent Marywood alumnus and a Navy veteran, will serve as guest speaker.
“Echo Taps” will be played by two student trumpeters from Marywood’s Music, Theatre, and Dance Department, Isiah Ortiz and Zachary Houston, while Marywood student vocalist Leanne Onofrio will sing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
The ceremony site will feature Flags for the Fallen, an outdoor display of thousands of U.S. flags that honor those who have fallen while serving our country. Raul E. Santana Nuñez, M. Ed., Marywood’s director of military and veteran services, is coordinating the event, which is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served following the ceremony at the Veterans Resource Center, from noon-3 p.m.
“Veterans Day gives the Marywood community and the public the opportunity to pray, reflect, and honor those who have served or are serving, with special recognition of and respect for those service members who have made the ultimate sacrifice,” said Santana Nuñez.
Marywood University is consistently recognized for supporting the distinctive educational needs of its veteran, current military, and dependent students, and holds several national accolades, including the 2022-2023 Military Friendly® School designation, ranking in U.S. News and World Report’s “2022-23 Best Colleges for Veterans,” and a 2022-23 national endorsement for “Military Support” from Colleges of Distinction. For additional information on the office of military and veteran services at Marywood University, please visit: marywood.edu/academics/success/veterans-services.