Tuesday, May 28th, 2024
Faculty & Staff Activities

Faculty/Staff Activities for December

Faculty and staff published articles, elected to positions and fellowships.

CTO Ranked Among Top 20 in Country

Stephen diFilipo, Millersville University’s Chief Technology Officer, is listed as #16 on the top 100 IT professionals by Rise.Global – https://www.rise.global/it-leader-power-100. Rise.Global lists the most influential CIOs, VPs and Directors of IT in today’s tech world. Scores are based on the number of Twitter Followers each IT leader has and the number of people they follow on Twitter.

Helfrich has Article Published

Dr. Scott Helfrich, Director of Residence Life & Conference Services at Millersville, recently had an article published in the Association of College & University Housing Officers – International, November / December 2020 “Talking Stick.’ The article, “Accountability in Action: Both sides of a public-private partnership need to take steps to hold the other to task” can be read at http://ts.acuho-i.org/november_2020/accountability.html.

Kacskos Elected Chair

Janet Kacskos, APR, Fellow PRSA, director of communications at Millersville, was recently elected chair of the Mid-Atlantic District of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). Her term begins January 1, 2021. The district includes Pennsylvania, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.


Mullen Helps Partner University with SRT Alliance

Mark Mullen, Broadcast Facilities Engineer & Technical Director for Communications & Theatre at Millersville, established the University as one of the first educational partners in the SRT Alliance. It’s an open source video technology designed to deliver high quality video securely and with low latency over the public internet using a technology stack called SRT (Secure Reliable Transportation).


Dr. Ogongi Receives Fellowship

Dr. Wanja Ogongi, assistant professor in the School of Social Work at Millersville, was recently awarded a fellowship. She is among the 2020 recipients of an award from The Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP). The plan is to travel to Kenya to complete the work next summer.

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