Thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation, several STEM students have access to a variety of financial and experiential resources.
MU will host author Julia Fiedorczuk for a look at the unique field of ecopoetics, a reading of her work and a Q&A session.
Millersville’s student-run investment portfolio allows students to gain hands-on experience working with the stock market.
Millersville University is set to host 36 high schools for the annual competition.
MU Theatre presents: “The Complete Works of Shakespeare (abridged) (revised) (again).”
Clair Global, a leading international provider of live audio equipment, recently delivered three state-of-the-art consoles to Millersville.
The 56th Annual Carter G. Woodson Lecture is scheduled for Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. and will feature Dr. David Stovall.
This annual fundraiser focuses on supporting student success.
Millersville University is bringing back the Iron Chef competition for the first time since 2020.
Column on Black Heritage Month by Millersville University’s Darlene Newman.
Millersville University’s Disability Film Festival is celebrating 15 years of disability empowerment.
State officials learned how Millersville students are leaving the University with an array of job opportunities in high-paying, high-demand careers.