Jill Craven

  • Future Educator Academy Aims to Recruit More Students of Color Millersville University will host the fourth Future Educator Academy for rising juniors in high school from July 23-29. The Academy is part of the Future Educator Pathway, which is a Grow-Your-Own program to recruit and retain more students of color in the field of education. The academy costs $675/scholar. However, there is a limit of 50 participants this year, so students are encouraged to register as soon as possible. “Scholars who attend the academy should be interested in a career as an educator: teacher, school administrator, guidance counselor, school psychologist, or school social worker,” says Dr. Miriam Witmer, assistant professor of Educational Foundations at Millersville University. The first FEA was held in the summer of 2017 and then in the summer of 2018 and 2019. The University was not able to host the academy during COVID. The FEA is part of the Future Educator Pathway program (formerly known as Project Teacher Development), which additionally offers interested students a college student mentor, in-school seminars focused on teaching and coaching and four dual enrollment courses. The academy originally accepted all high school-aged students who were interested in learning more about a career in education, but this year it is focused on inviting rising juniors and seniors. In the past, it only had students from the School District of Lancaster, but this year the academy offers the opportunity to students from all the local school districts. FEA is an interactive residential college experience. Scholars in the program will live in the suites and eat in the dining hall, explore various careers in education, read a common motivational book, conduct micro-teaching, establish personal and professional goals and work as a teacher’s aide to get practical experience. The academy was established by Dr. Miriam Marguerita Gomez Witmer and Dr. Jeffrey Wimer in 2017. For more information or to regis […] “Future Educator Academy Aims to Recruit More Students of Color”

  • Fire Safety During Fireworks and Droughts The summer season calls for all sorts of outdoor fun, including fireworks and bonfires with friends and family. When engaging in these activities, participants must be aware of the weather conditions around them. Even with the recent rain,  Pennsylvania continues to be in a drought, causing a burn ban for some counties (the burn ban was recently lifted for Lancaster County). It is important to stay informed on the weather conditions, so we sat down with Millersville University’s Director of Environmental Health and Safety, Paul Hill and Millersville’s Weather Information Center Director, Kyle Elliott, to provide us with safety tips for the summer season. To begin, when did this drought start? Kyle Elliott:  There was a 1-2 week period of “moderate drought” in April, but the latest “moderate drought” conditions officially started during the last week of May. I do not expect there to be enough rainfall during July and August to end the drought. For a drought to end, it requires a rain surplus over a long period of time. Predicting the severity, intensity and duration of a drought is extremely challenging. Once a region is in a drought, it often takes several weeks or months of a rainfall surplus to ease or eradicate the drought. Despite a rainfall surplus in the past 7-10 days, Lancaster County is still considered to be in a “moderate drought,” while parts of York County and northern Maryland are in a “severe drought. Overall, I expect near- to slightly below-average precipitation in July and August. Heat should ramp up by the middle of July, with several ‘heatwaves’ a good possibility from mid-July through the end of August. Due to the highly variable and localized nature of summertime thunderstorms, one neighborhood may experience a rainfall surplus while another just a few miles away has a rainfall deficit. What should be known about droughts? Droughts are based on a number of factors, including amounts of precipitation, soil moisture, surface water levels (lakes, streams, rivers) and groundwater levels. Ultimately, this means there is a need to conserve water and there is a much higher risk of brush and wildland fires. What should people know about droughts and fireworks? Paul Hill: According to the National Fire Protection Association, fireworks cause approximately 19,500 reported fires annually. Fireworks should be avoided during dry periods, such as the one we are currently experiencing. The sparks and flammable fuels used in fireworks of all types, including sparklers and other ground-based effects, burn at high temperatures and can easily ignite dry vegetation. What is the risk of a fire during a drought like the one we are currently experiencing? The United States Forest Service maintains a Wildland Fire Assessment System. Our area is currently listed in the “very high” fire danger classification and is forecasted to remain “high” until considerable rains counteract the dry conditions. Fires spread rapidly and short-distance spotting is common. High-intensity burning may develop on slopes or in concentrations of fine fuels. Fires may become serious and their control difficult unless they are attacked successfully while small. This has been evidenced by the current fires in New Jersey and Canada, which have created significant air quality issues. What should people do to eliminate or lessen the risk of a fire? Approximately 85% of wildfires are caused by humans. The simple answer is people should refrain from having outdoor fires, such as campfires, or burning brush and yard waste, and avoid equipment and processes that are prone to causing sparks. People should also be sure to properly discard smoking materials by not discarding them out the window or in bushes or vegetatio […] “Fire Safety During Fireworks and Droughts”

  • Janet Kacskos wrote a new post on the site Millersville News 3 months ago

    Gap-Filling Weather Radar Installed Millersville University announced that its partner, Climavision, a climate-tech data pioneer, has installed a new weather radar system on campus. The radar, placed on the Millersville University water tank, will supplement weather coverage in between neighboring NEXRAD S-Band radars. Because of regional topography and the nature of weather radar technology, gaps can exist between systems as the radar beam moves higher in the atmosphere the further it gets from the radar location. This leaves some areas, such as Lancaster County, exposed to weather phenomena that often happen in the lower atmosphere, such as flash flooding, sleet, ice, and tornadoes. The dual-polarization, X-Band weather radar is designed specifically to fill these small gaps to provide the highest resolution view of what’s happening nearest to the ground. While all warnings and notices will continue to come through official National Weather Service channels, the system will provide critical visibility enabling forecasters and emergency officials to better plan, prepare, and respond to volatile weather situations. Millersville’s meteorology program has long been considered a nationally recognized flagship program of the University. From its nationally known faculty to outstanding alums, students in the program are immersed in the atmospheric and climate sciences. Now those students will have access to data from an X-band weather surveillance radar, thanks to the partnership with Climavision. “We’re excited about the opportunities the Climavision radar will bring to our faculty and students,” says Dr. Marc Harris, dean of the College of Science and Technology. “Faculty will be able to leverage the data for teaching, research and scholarship activities. Faculty and students will be able to use it for projects, grants, manuscript publications and conference publications.” Professor emeritus Dr. Richard Clark was the impetus behind the partnership. In 2019, Millersville was part of a $90 million proposal to the National Science Foundation for major research infrastructure that would have included buying and deploying a weather radar. The grant proposal was ultimately not funded for nonscientific reasons. Clark then learned about the possible Climavision partnership during a summer meteorology conference held in July 2022, reached out to them and made the introductions to Dean Harris and the facilities department. The new radar will cover the area in between the four closest NEXRADs, which are located near State College, Pennsylvania; Ft. Dix, New Jersey; Ellendale, Delaware; and Dulles International Airport, Virginia. MU alum Dr. Jim Kurdzo, a radar scientist at MIT’s Lincoln Labs, helped design the algorithm that determined that the Lower Susquehanna Valley is one of the top three locations in the contiguous U.S. to experience a gap in low-level coverage. “We’re excited about our collaboration with MU for lots of reasons,” said Climavision cofounder and CEO Chris Goode. “We’re not only closing a critical gap in weather surveillance, we get to support the future of weather science by providing students with an invaluable learning tool.” The partnership allows Climavision to lease the site for 20 years. The installation took place on June 27, and by the time classes start in the fall, it will be fully operational for research, teaching and weather-detection servi […] “Gap-Filling Weather Radar Installed”

  • Janet Kacskos wrote a new post on the site Millersville News 3 months ago

    'Ville is StormReady Severe and high-impact weather poses a regular risk to the University and its surrounding communities. Because of this risk, Millersville University has earned a StormReady Certification from the National Weather Service to help keep the campus safe. “StormReady is a program through the National Weather Service to better prepare communities, higher education institutions, counties, Indian nations, military bases, government sites, commercial enterprises and other groups for severe weather events,” explains Dr. Sepi Yalda, professor of meteorology and the director of Millersville University’s Center for Disaster Research and Education. As part of the StormReady designation, the University hosts a National Weather Service Spotter Training annually. The training is known as “SKYWARN,” where individuals that have earned the certification can volunteer to provide timely and accurate reports of severe weather to the National Weather Service. The training provides information from the basics about thunderstorms to how to recognize severe storm features to learning how to report them. The certification is initially granted for a period of four years. After four years, there will be an evaluation to ensure the requirements are still met. The University has been recognized as Storm Ready since March 2020 and is one of seven universities in PA and one of 307 in the country with this designation. To achieve StormReady status, the University must meet the following criteria: Establish a 24-hour warning point and emergency operations center Have more than one way to receive severe weather warnings and forecasts and to alert the public Create a system that monitors weather conditions locally Promote the importance of public readiness through community seminars Develop a formal hazardous weather plan, which includes training severe weather spotters and holding emergency exercises Yalda recognizes the importance of the certification for the Millersville community’s safety, “It ensures that we have the structure and plans in place to do timely planning and preparedness to protect all MU community members. MU will also serve an important role for the surrounding community in providing timely information for decision-makers in case of high-impact severe weather. This contributes greatly to the MU community’s safety in the event of severe weather,” she says.     […] “‘Ville is StormReady”

  • Newman Civic Fellow Making Most of Opportunities Senior manufacturing engineering technology major. Jordan Branch grew up in Virginia, where his parents divorced when he was six, and he failed English in the 7th grade. It was at this point that the newly appointed Newman Civic Fellow learned his first lesson of accountability. To progress to the 8th grade, he was forced to attend summer school, but his father declined to cover the expenses. Undeterred, Branch took matters into his own hands and embarked on a venture to sell candy to pay for his own summer school. It is this type of perseverance that would help Branch, he says. After graduating from high school, Branch moved to North Dakota and enrolled in Bismarck State College. He didn’t stay long and found an opportunity to transfer to Millersville University. Since coming to the University, Branch has become vice president of the National Society of Black Engineers, vice president of the American Society of Safety Professionals and vice president of the Construction Club. In addition to being a two-time recipient of the Dalton Smart Humanitarian Award, he recently received the Newman Civic Fellowship Award. He was nominated for the award by Dr. Len Litowitz, professor and department chair of applied engineering, safety & technology at Millersville University. Given by Campus Compact, the Newman Civic Fellowship Award recognizes and supports community-committed students who represent the next generation of public problem solvers and civic leaders. Named for Campus Compact founder Frank Newman, the award is a one-year fellowship experience that supports personal, professional and civic development. “I think it’s important to be a part of this fellowship because I can be a role model for the next generation and show them that you can do anything that you want to do no matter where you come from,” says Branch. In the fall semester, Branch organized a coat drive where he collected over 250 coats and donated them to the Food Hub. Branch has a short-term goal of graduating and becoming an engineer. He hopes to earn enough money to one day build a high-tech high school in Richmond, Virginia, a school that would provide hands-on training, be interactive and focus on preparing students for higher education and careers in engineering. For more information about the Newman Civic Fellowship Award, vi […] “Newman Civic Fellow Making Most of Opportunities”

  • ‘Ville’s Student Safety Chapter Nationally Recognized Millersville University’s American Society of Safety Professionals student chapter once again received national recognition. The chapter placed third out of 12 schools in the national 2022 – 2023 Outstanding Student Section of the Year Award competition. After winning first place last year, this makes it the second year in a row that the student chapter has been nationally recognized for its outstanding student efforts. “The students organized several technical meetings, hosted events, attended campus fairs, performed training, presented research and helped with a community service project from April 1, 2022, to March 31, 2023, in preparation to submit their 51-page application,” explains Dr. Betty-Jo Bowers, associate professor at the University and lead advisor for Millersville’s ASSP student section. Specific activities performed by the student section include research on crosswalk and pedestrian safety at the University, which 10 students completed and two students presented at the Region 6 ASSP Professional Development Conference, the Lancaster Safety Council and an ASSP Parent Chapter Meeting. The chapter also participated in several other events, such as a winter coat drive, hosting fire extinguisher and other safety trainings, visiting local schools to present safety talks and more – both on the University’s campus and in the surrounding community. The American Society of Safety Professionals is an organization that supports occupational health and safety, providing education, development and a community for workers in the field. The organization supports student sections by providing opportunities for students to learn more about their field of study, offering networking opportunities for students and professionals and more. The award is granted to ASSP student sections that actively make significant contributions to safety education and research throughout each year. The MU chapter earned a $500 stipend for its third-place finish. To apply for the award, student sections must submit a thorough report of their participation during the academic year, along with proof of activity. This verification includes endorsement from a faculty advisor and at least six meetings during the year, among other forms of participation. The MU student section received positive feedback from the ASSP evaluation committee on their application. The committee noted that the section conducted “valuable research for the campus community and stakeholders” and demonstrated “great involvement with the community-sponsored events.” The committee also noted that the MU chapter is a “highly recognized student section.” “The ASSP Student Section board members were dedicated and worked very hard to receive top placement two years in a row,” Bowers concludes. “I am very happy and proud of the ASSP Student Section. Achieving top placement two years in a row is an impressive accomplishment!” Interested in studying occupational safety and environmental health at Millersville University? Click here for more information, or contact Dr. Betty-Jo Bowers, Associate Professor & Occupational Safety & Environmental Health Program Coordinator at Betty-Jo.Bower […] “‘Ville’s Student Safety Chapter Nationally Recognized”

  • Director of Undergraduate Recruitment Hired Joni Klopp has been named director of Undergraduate Recruitment at Millersville University. The former associate director of admissions for Millersville University has over a decade of experience working in Pennsylvania public higher education. Klopp came to Millersville in 2021 as an assistant director of admissions and was promoted to associate director in 2022. “We’re delighted to have Joni serve the University in the director role,” says Dr. Douglas Zander, Associate Vice President and Dean of Admissions for Enrollment Management at Millersville. “Joni’s background in admissions and enrollment has focused on strategic recruitment practices, relationship building with community partners, large-scale visitation programs, working with our most vulnerable students, and championing diversity and equity processes.” Klopp was recently selected to serve as the President-Elect of the Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counseling, a nonprofit association comprised of more than 1,200 school counselors and college admission professionals throughout the state. While her diversity and inclusion focus is rooted within admissions and enrollment, Klopp has hosted several diversity training sessions across the Commonwealth, and she was also the lead coordinator of the Kutztown Solidarity Movement, a Black Lives Matter march in 2020 with over 1,000+ participants in attendance. Klopp graduated from Kutztown University and earned her master’s degree in higher education administration from Tiffin U […] “Director of Undergraduate Recruitment Hired”

  • Millersville & Academic Partnerships to Launch Online Graduate Degree Programs Millersville University has announced the expansion of its online portfolio of graduate degree programs, proudly supported by Academic Partnerships. Launching in the Fall of 2023, the online graduate programs will appeal to students seeking an alternative option to on-campus education. Through this partnership, Millersville will offer its highly sought-after Nursing programs, Integrated Scientific Applications and Emergency Management degrees online. The online programs include: Nursing MSN in Nursing Education Online MSN in Nursing Leadership Online MSN in School Nursing Online Integrated Scientific Applications MS in Integrated Scientific Applications – Weather Intelligence and Risk Management Online MS in Integrated Scientific Applications – Geoinformatics Online Emergency Management MS in Emergency Management With a student-centered approach, Millersville is recognized as one of the top public universities for academics and community engagement in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Partnering with AP to make critical programs like nursing more accessible to students is aligned with MU’s mission of being a community dedicated to high-quality education at an exceptional value. “Academic Partnerships is honored to partner with Millersville University as they increase access to their high-quality graduate degree programs,” said Fernando Bleichmar, CEO of Academic Partnerships. “Millersville has a rich history of serving its students in the PASSHE system and throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. We are excited to work side-by-side with Millersville as they expand their footprint and impact.” Founded over 160 years ago in historic Lancaster County, Millersville University has become one of the most highly regarded universities in the Northeast. With a supportive and enriching environment, MU is an integral part of the community. “Millersville University is a powerful economic multiplier. It is connected to the local community, school systems, businesses and the local labor market. This partnership with AP only strengthens our standing in the local and regional community by extending our program offerings further,” says Dr. Gail Gasparich, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost. AP, a leading online facilitator focused primarily on adult learners, is a partner to approximately fifty-five universities, primarily regional universities, across North America. AP’s mission of expanding access to top-quality, affordable and workforce relevant education makes it an excellent fit with the University to grow its portfolio of programs. For more information or to apply for these progr […] “Millersville & Academic Partnerships to Launch Online Graduate Degree Programs”

  • Dr. Deborah Tamakloe named Educator of the Year Dr. Deborah Tamakloe is now part of a prestigious group of Millersville faculty and staff. The associate professor of special education was recently named Educator of the Year, the only campus-wide award for educator excellence at the University. The Educator of the Year award is given annually to one faculty or staff member who demonstrates outstanding teaching in all its forms, including counseling, mentoring and advisement. The committee for the award receives a group of nominations and applications and determines the winner based on three categories: behavior/actions, disposition and influence. Tamakloe was presented the award at the undergraduate ceremony for the College of Education and Human Services. Tamakloe’s achievements in education, which contributed to her Educator of the Year status, were described during an address by Dr. Kelly Banna, associate professor of psychology. “The individual (Tamakloe) who has been chosen by their peers as the Educator of the Year for the current academic year has been instrumental in co-founding a new Action Research Conference for student teachers to showcase research conducted in their classrooms,” explained Banna. “Being honored at commencement brought me joy knowing that my little efforts have made positive impacts on my students’ lives and the field of education as a whole,” says Tamakloe. “It also comes with a sense of responsibility to continue striving for excellence in my teaching practices and to serve as a role model for my children who were present.” Additionally, Tamakloe actively involves students in opportunities outside of the classroom, including a trip with 14 students and a colleague to learn about the Regio Emilia educational approach in Italy. She also organizes an Assistive Technology Conference, where she guides students and colleagues to design low-tech assistive technology that they donate to the IU-13. “Being named Educator of the Year is an honor,” says Tamakloe. “It has evoked mixed feelings for me – a sense of humility, accomplishment and validation for the hard work and dedication I put into teaching and mentoring students.” “Personally speaking, being an educator means walking side by side with my students, learning from them as much as they learn from me, while we all strive to become what is ‘essential.’ The recognition from colleagues, administration, students, and the community to me is a mark of respect and appreciation, so I thank them,” Tamakloe concludes. “I dedicate this award to my students and the whole MU community. Let’s all strive to be E […] “Dr. Deborah Tamakloe named Educator of the Year”

    • Deborah,
      Yɛma wo akwaaba. This is well deserved. The students are indeed fortunate to have you as a mentor.
      I wish you the best as you continue your career here at MU. Hopefully, we can finish our book on Buruli ulcer. All the best to your family.
      Cheers, jw

  • Alumna Blossoms in New Career As gardening enthusiasts continue to nurture their spring flowers, one Millersville alum is busy managing 135 acres of vegetables, greenhouses and an orchard. Erin Spangler graduated from Millersville University in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in geography with a concentration in environmental studies and a minor in biology. Now, she’s putting her degree to good use in a new position as the horticulture instructional advisor for Milton Hershey School. Spangler’s work primarily takes place in the Horticulture Center, a part of the larger Agriculture and Environmental Education program at the school, which focuses on hands-on agricultural learning. Students experience many areas of agriculture, including growing natural resources, creating products from the harvests and the agricultural business. Spangler recently began her new position after beginning as a horticulture program assistant at the end of January. “About one-third of my job is teaching horticulture-based lessons,” Spangler says. “Teachers bring their class to the Horticulture Center, and we do a hands-on lesson that ties into what they have been learning in the classroom.” Along with planning, planting and maintaining the gardening spaces, Spangler also orders seeds, starts them in the greenhouse before their transfer to the field, and she prunes and maintains blueberries and apples on-site. She is also facilitating a beekeeping club while caring for a colony of bees, and she shares that she’s excited to discuss the job she loves. “We grow a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, including broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, celery, carrots, potatoes, cucumbers, collard greens, mustard greens, arugula, melons and more,” Spangler says. “I try to make sure that we have the basics growing, but I also like to have some fun with the produce. I enjoy having fun-colored produce, like purple haze carrots and green zebra tomatoes. I am also planning on incorporating some cut flowers within the produce fields.” In addition to leading an eight-week summer internship program, Spangler leads the Project Market, a unique opportunity for students at MHS to sell their produce, products and projects to the public. “Students that attend Milton Hershey can apply for jobs at Project Market, located in the Horticulture Center on campus,” Spangler explains. “During the school year, they come three days a week after school to do work related to the market. That could be anything from planting vegetable seeds, to making items to sell, to running the register.” The market sells the produce grown in the fields and the greenhouse, but there are plenty of other opportunities for students to create a variety of other products. “There are also soaps, candles, scrubs and lip balms made by students in the soap club. All those products are made with milk from goats at the Animal Center on campus,” Spangler says. “The market sells many flavors of ice cream, all of which are made at the Spartan Ice Cream Center on campus.” “Students also like to make teas, dried herb packets and freeze-dried fruits to sell, and the plant club sells succulent bowls, houseplants and cut flower arrangements. Any of the produce that is left over from the market gets donated to a local food bank,” she continues. As for what planted the seeds of interest in agriculture, Spangler credits a class she took at Millersville University. “I took a food sustainability course with Dr. (Angela) Cuthbert, and that’s what sparked my passion for growing food,” she says. “That course opened my eyes to the disparities within the food system in the United States.” “Many people live in what are called ‘food deserts,’ or geographic locations where residents have difficulty securing healthy and affordable food. Many times, this includes low-income households that do not have reliable transportation and live in an area with a limited number of retailers that sell fresh produce.” As a student who graduated during the COVID-19 pandemic, Spangler notes that she appreciated how her professors at the University made sure their students were still gaining beneficial, real-life experience despite the challenges of distance learning for her field. “My botany professor, Dr. (Ryan) Wagner, mailed us seeds and had us collect things from our own backyards so we could do labs at home,” Spangler says. “I remember one lab where I dyed t-shirts in my kitchen with turmeric and black walnuts.” “I really appreciate how many of my professors went to great lengths to make sure that we were still as hands-on as possible,” she concludes. The MHS Project Market is open to the public every Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. More details can be found on the market’s Facebook page. Interested in environmental studies at MU? Visit https://www.millersville.edu/programs/environmental-studies.ph […] “Alumna Blossoms in New Career”

  • Millersville and St. John of India Sign Agreement To help meet Millersville University’s comprehensive internationalization initiatives, Millersville and St. John Technical and Educational Campus in India signed a memorandum of understanding on June 5.  The MOU opens the door for students at St. John’s affiliate institutions to attend Millersville University and for faculty collaboration between the two institutions. Millersville President Dr. Daniel A. Wubah and St. John Trustee Aldridge Dominic D’Souza signed the agreement. The agreement establishes possibilities for dual-degree and transfer-degree programs and non-degree programs. The agreement will allow the exchange of scholarly and pedagogical materials and the development of academic research, workshops, or other joint projects. In addition to President Wubah and D’Souza, dignitaries at the signing included: St. John Attendees Elvina D’Souza Secretary – Aldel Education Trust, Aldridge D’Souza – Coordinator – ACCMI and Trustee – Aldel Education Trust Suhas Pednekar – Advisor – ACCMI, Evans Coutinho – Advisor – ACCMI and Dean of Research, St. John’s Campus Peter Garland – Chair, PennHub Advisory Board, Executive Vice Chancellor Emeritus, PASSHE MU Attendees Stephanie Schwartz, Chair Computer Science Department, Behrooz Etesamipour, Information Technology Program Coordinator, Alex Johnson, Manufacturing Engineering Technology Program Coordinator, Applied Engineering, Safety and Technology Department, Marc Harris, Dean, College of Science and Technology Marc Tomljanovich, Dean, Lombardo College of Business Christina Kinney, Acting Director of International Programs & Services Charity Alinda, Acting Director of International Studen […] “Millersville and St. John of India Sign Agreement”

  • Dr. Herr Named New Integrated Studies Faculty Coordinator In 2018 President Wubah signed the first certificates for two students who successfully completed the Integrated Studies program at MU. Since that time the program has grown to 40+ students and is an integral part of the University that ensures equal educational opportunities for every student. Dr. Thomas Neuville was the first faculty advisor of Integrated Studies and led the program over the past nine years. As he steps down from the position, Dr. Ojoma Edeh Herr will take over as faculty advisor. Herr recognizes the importance of the major and is working to ensure there is a smooth transition for everyone involved. “Integrated Studies is very important because everyone deserves to learn to his/her potential. In addition, we live in an inclusive community/society, which means everyone belongs. Since I accepted this position, I have been working hard to ensure a smooth transition between me and Dr. Neuville.” Herr has much experience in the field and has dedicated her career to ensuring students with intellectual disabilities have equal opportunities. She founded the Olive Branch of Hope, a non-licensed community-integrated program providing opportunities for socialization, self-expression, leisure, outdoor skills and more for adults with intellectual disabilities. In addition, she also founded the Ministry of Mercy, a one of its kind program in Kogi State, Nigeria, that provides housing and education to orphaned, disabled and other disadvantaged children. Herr has also completed research and has many publications in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Behavioral Assessment, Curriculum Development, Teaching Methods for Multicultural Populations and Research Methodology. Neuville speaks to Herr’s experience and is confident in her work as the new faculty Coordinator. “Dr. Edeh Herr has been with Millersville for 25 years. During that time, she has shown herself to be exceptionally skilled in education, teacher preparation, assessment and leadership. She has also demonstrated her strong abilities nationally and internationally. Perhaps the most important gift Dr. Edeh Herr brings to the position is her foundational commitment to each and every student. This is the key to the major of Integrated Studies and the students earning the credential.” As Faculty Coordinator of Integrated Studies, Herr will have various tasks including, but not limited to: Supervising the integrated studies director and success coach Collaborating with the director and success coach on the recruitment, hiring and professional development of the educational support coaches and service-learning mentors Collaborating with the director regarding professional development for MU faculty and staff Advising in matters related to systemic compliance with MU administrative functions (University Housing, Budgeting, Student Accounts Office, Registrar, Admissions, Learning Services, Student Affairs, and MU Police) Herr explains what this new position means to her, “I value this position very much because it gives me the opportunity to do what I enjoy doing most: working with individuals […] “Dr. Herr Named New Integrated Studies Faculty Coordinator”

  • Janet Kacskos wrote a new post on the site Millersville News 4 months ago

    Millersville University Announces its first Marvelous Marauders To celebrate 40 years since it first officially became a university, the Office of Alumni Engagement at Millersville University recently recognized 40 outstanding alumni as Marvelous Marauders. Their graduating classes span from 1950 to 2018, but all the honored alumni are successful in their professional fields and have stayed engaged with the University post-graduation. Millersville was established as the Lancaster County Normal School in 1855 before becoming the Millersville State Normal School in 1859. After being renamed Millersville State College in 1959, the school officially became Millersville University of Pennsylvania in 1983. The Marvelous Marauders program highlights alumni who have demonstrated dedication, professional achievement, excellence and a commitment to staying engaged with Millersville University. A selection committee reviewed 113 nominations to narrow it down to 40 honorees. “The 40 Marvelous Marauder recipients exemplify the spirit of Millersville University, including commitment, passion, leadership and distinction,” says Kristin Schab, director of alumni engagement. A full gallery of the Marvelous Marauders can be found on the alumni webpage, complete with photos, quotes and a snapshot of each alum’s personal and professional achievements. The alumni will also be celebrated and shared on Millersville University’s social media platforms in the following weeks. “This year’s inaugural 40 alumni honorees represent just a sample of incredible success stories from our 74,000 alumni. Selected from more than 110 nominations, these educators, entrepreneurs, government professionals, business executives and nonprofit leaders are innovators in their fields.” Schab adds. “We hope that the incredible MU alumni success stories inspire and motivate current and future alumni Marauders for years to come.” Nominations for the 2023-24 class of Marvelous Marauders will open in the fall of 2023. For more information about the award eligibility and criteria or to nominate a Marvel […] “Millersville University Announces its first Marvelous Marauders”

  • Janet Kacskos wrote a new post on the site Millersville News 4 months ago

    Grant Will Help Finish College People who started their college degree but had to step away for life reasons and would now like to complete their program may be eligible for help thanks to a recent grant from the Lancaster County Workforce Division Board. Millersville University will receive $189,914 as a partner of the ACHIEVE project. “Partnering with LCWDB and ACHIEVE will allow the University to address the inequities that students who must stop out of their degree program face, including higher unemployment and lower wages,” explained Dr. James Delle, dean of the College of Graduate Studies and Associate Provost for Academic Administration. “This grant will allow those students to finish their degrees and enter into the workforce with stronger support.” The purpose of the grant is to help jobseekers re-enroll in educational programs through the Lancaster County Workforce Development Board’s ACHIEVE project. ACHIEVE is designed to assist Pennsylvanians who began studying in higher education for in-demand fields but had to leave their degree after two or three years. In total, the PA Department of Labor and Industry awarded more than $6 million in grant funding to four local workforce development boards in the state. As a part of the ACHIEVE project, the University is partnering with the LCWDB, the Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce, PA CareerLink of Lancaster County, Elizabethtown College and the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design. ACHIEVE ultimately seeks to help students return to higher education through various rapid credentialing strategies, including online and asynchronous accessibility and a network of support, including case management and career guidance. From the University’s portion, $140,714 will be allocated to tuition assistance and cost of education support (such as textbooks or childcare costs) for about 15 returning students, provided outside of other financial aid. The funding can be used to assist eligible students in any program, but outreach will primarily focus on recruiting students returning to complete their bachelor’s degree in social work, bachelor’s degree in education or associate degree in applied technology. There is a need in the community for these fields, and through the grant, students can earn their degrees and enter the workforce quickly. Tuition assistance will also be available for students who are pursuing online degrees and certifications, including in the programs previously listed, which offer online courses. “Combined with the robust student success network already in place at the University, the ACHIEVE grant will help returning students complete their programs efficiently and, in turn, provide Lancaster County with workforce-ready graduates,” says Delle. To be eligible for the grant, students who left their program after May 2021 (two years ago or less) must be able to reenter their program and complete their degree by June 2024. This means the grant is recommended for students with 30 or fewer credits left to complete their degrees. Students do not have to have previously attended Millersville University but must have previous credits from an accredited university. Interested students can contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office at Millersville University.   […] “Grant Will Help Finish College”

  • Janet Kacskos wrote a new post on the site Millersville News 4 months ago

    Dean's List for Spring 2023 Congratulations to the 1,285 students who were named to the Dean’s List at Millersville University for Spring 2023. A student is eligible for the Dean’s List if they earn a semester GPA of 3.50 or higher. 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  • Demand for Cybersecurity Prompts New Concentration and Minor As the technological world continues to evolve and becomes more essential for business, new skills are needed to keep information secure. Because of this demand, MU students can now pick up a concentration or minor in cybersecurity beginning in fall 2023. Dr. Marc Tomljanovich, dean of the Lombardo College of Business, notes the importance of this program at MU. “As governments, businesses and the global security landscape become increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks, skilled cybersecurity specialists are in great demand to design more secure systems, protect data and prevent devastating losses in organizational assets. This concentration and minor will help students find a job in Information technology and cybersecurity after graduation and apply their skills to navigate the challenges that today’s organizations face.” These academic offerings will be part of the Information Technology program in the Lombardo College of Business. Tomljanovich explains that students who add a concentration to their degree will learn the essentials of cybersecurity from our distinguished faculty, which includes Dr. Behrooz Etesamipour, who directs the IT program. “This proposed cybersecurity concentration adds to the fundamental topics in information technology that INTE students learn through the program’s core requirements, providing students with the necessary and durable skills needed to effectively protect personal and organizational information systems and tomorrow’s technological threats and risks in the cyber world.” One of the key benefits of the 18+ credit minor is that it can be integrated into many degrees, including computer science, economics, business, mathematics, business analytics and communications. As students work their way through the concentration and minor, they will gain the skills needed to succeed in the field. “The cybersecurity concentration and minor in the INTE program provide training that helps students develop technical skills to identify threats and recognize system vulnerabilities to mitigate cybersecurity risks and respond to cyberattacks. These offerings teach students risk-management strategies and how to identify security risks. Students will also learn how to develop communication plans for interacting with businesses and their users when it comes to integrating cybersecurity plans. As part of risk assessment strategies, the program teaches students how to make predictions of potential problems before they turn into genuine threats,” Tomljanovich explains. These programs will be a great asset to not only the Lancaster community but many other communities around the world, “We are thrilled to be able to offer our students this exciting new program, which conveys such tangible skills, experiences and opportunities to organizations in the Lancaster communi […] “Demand for Cybersecurity Prompts New Concentration and Minor”

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