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Fall 2018

General

Message From the Dean
Dear Friends: Recently, at the inauguration of our 27th President of The University of Scranton, Scott Pilarz, S.J., I was reminded again of the beauty of poetry and imagery. Poetry needs to speak to one’s soul, perhaps which is why I enjoy the poems of Mary Oliver so much. At our September all-college dean... Read More
New Faculty
Dear Friends: Recently, at the inauguration of our 27th President of The University of Scranton, Scott Pilarz, S.J., I was reminded again of the beauty of poetry and imagery. Poetry needs to speak to one’s soul, perhaps which is why I enjoy the poems of Mary Oliver so much. At our September all-college dean... Read More

Engaged

Calling All PCPS Alumni
As I am writing this PCPS Call for Alumni, I see the signs are present for a change of the seasons and a Call to Care. The air is cooler. The leaves have turned and snow will soon be on our doorsteps. In this issue of Challenges and Theory, we are focusing on a few alumni who have offered to be there for our stud... Read More
17th Annual U.S. Conference on disAbility
As I am writing this PCPS Call for Alumni, I see the signs are present for a change of the seasons and a Call to Care. The air is cooler. The leaves have turned and snow will soon be on our doorsteps. In this issue of Challenges and Theory, we are focusing on a few alumni who have offered to be there for our stud... Read More

Integrated

Regional Autism Services Collaborative Announced
The leadership of AllOne Foundation, along with The University of Scranton and representatives of numerous health care, education and philanthropic entities, have announced a major regional initiative to significantly enhance the service delivery system and minimize the service gaps for individuals with Autism Spect... Read More

Global

Love of Haiti Inspires 30 Years of Service
“There was a little boy who caught my eye. He reminded me very much of my son, Paul, when he was an infant. This little one was strapped to his crib with an IV in one arm, and he was crying his heart out. Unfortunately, his body was so dehydrated, he couldn’t shed a single tear. I went to unstrap him to ... Read More
MHA Program named to CAHME Mentorship Circle
The University of Scranton’s Master in Health Administration (MHA) program joined an elite group of programs representing just 14 colleges in the nation that have earned the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) Mentorship Circle status. In addition to achieving the high sta... Read More

Leahy

Why Do You Volunteer In The Leahy Center?
A list of volunteers in The Leahy Center Read More
The Edward R. Leahy, Jr. Endowment
A list of volunteers in The Leahy Center Read More