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The Board of Trustees of Misericordia University has appointed Daniel J. Myers, Ph.D., professor and acting chairperson of Sociology at American University in Washington, D.C., as the next president of Misericordia University. Dr. Myers will begin his presidential term on July 1, 2021.
In association with SAQA Global Exhibitions, this exhibition consists of 36 quilts created by textile and fiber artists from around the world who have used this medium to address the global migration crisis. Curated by Dr. Susan Beryl Marks and presented by Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc. (SAQA), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote the art quilt through education, exhibitions, professional development, documentation, and publications.
Misericordia University has announced the addition of Environmental Studies to its list of academic programming for Fall 2021, which offers new academic opportunities with a range a professional applications. The new major provides promising professional paths and aligns with core university values.
Jordyn Wynder, Pittston, Pa., a nursing student at Misericordia University, has been named the George F. Speace, MD, FACS Pre-Med/Nursing Scholarship recipient. The George F. Speace Scholarship Fund of The Luzerne Foundation was established by his family, colleagues, and friends to honor Dr. Speace's memory, and preserve his spirit of giving to others as well as his passion for the science and practice of healthcare.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Misericordia University, and the Elder Religious & Diocesan Priests (ERDP) Workshop Planning Committee will hold a free webinar on June 18. The webinar will explore the three areas (mind, spirit, & body) essential to the holistic care of the elder religious and diocesan priests’ population during these unprecedented and challenging times.
The Misericordia University Ruth Matthews Bourger Women with Children Program (WWC) has been recognized by the NASPA Adult Learners and Students with Children Knowledge Community as the Annual Outstanding Undergraduate Student Parent Program.