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March 8, 2011

Summit Serves as Platform to Discuss Plans for Region’s Future Health Care

The Panuska Healthcare Summit: A Vision of 2020 Greatness brought together leaders from throughout northeast Pennsylvania to envision health care in the region in 2020. Health care and community leaders joined with faculty and students from the Panuska College of Professional Studies to begin to “think through complex issues,” said summit organizer Daniel J. West, Ph.D., professor and chair of the Health Administration and Human Resources Department at The University of Scranton, in his opening remarks.
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Scranton’s Native Son Returns Home

"Follow the underground railroad" via the Center for Anti-Slavery Studies exhibit at the Weinberg Memorial Library, Heritage Room, March 10-18, during regular library hours.
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Acclaimed Poet Discusses the Power of Literature

Award-winning poet, essayist, and human rights advocate Carolyn Forché stressed the significance of using literary art as a form of witness— particularly in times of oppression and dictatorship— to a nearly-packed room in Brennan Hall’s Pearn Auditorium on Feb. 16.
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Metropolitan Opera

Performance Music at The University of Scranton will host a recital by renowned violinist Annamae Goldstein, accompanied by pianist Christopher Oldfather, on Sunday, March 13.
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Military Science Department Hosts Annual Military Ball

More than 230 Cadets, Alumni, Cadre and distinguished guests gathered on the evening of Feb. 26 to help the Army ROTC program celebrate its annual Military Ball.
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