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October 11, 2011

Farrell Becomes First Woman to Receive President’s Medal

Scranton native and University of Scranton alumna Mary Beth Farrell ’79 became the first female recipient of the University’s President’s Medal at the Tenth Annual President’s Business Council (PBC) Award Dinner held on Thursday, Oct. 6, at The Pierre in New York City. Proceeds from the black-tie gala, which was attended by 500 guests and raised $1 million, support the University’s Presidential Scholarship Endowment Fund.
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Progress Report on University's Strategic Plan

The Planning & Institutional Effectiveness Office is pleased to share a progress report on the first year of our strategic plan for 2010-2015: Go and Set the World on Fire. This plan outlines broad goals related to the areas of cura personalis, magis, and rei solicitudo (stewardship), principles that continue to shape and guide Jesuit higher education.
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Scranton Recognizes Careers in Student Affairs Month

October is nationally recognized as Careers in Student Affairs Month and the Division of Student Affairs at The University of Scranton is coordinating some great events throughout the month. These events are meant to allow student leaders who are interested in a future career in student affairs to explore their possibilities.
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