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Millersville students, staff & faculty share what they’re thankful for

With Thanksgiving coming up, we asked Millersville University faculty, staff and students what they are thankful for. Check out what they are grateful for this year! 

“I am thankful to every member of our amazing Millersville University Community. As we prepare for the holiday season, let us all reflect on the past, prepare for the future, and cherish moments with friends and family. Thank you all for all you do and continue to do for our university and community.” -Dr. Daniel Wubah, President of Millersville University

“I’m thankful for my two oldest and best friends who travel from Michigan and New York each year for Thanksgiving. We spend two days laughing, storytelling, and preparing the giant meal for friends, family, faculty, staff and former and current students who gather at my house on Thanksgiving night. It has

Dr. Mary Beth Williams, center, poses with her friends.

become my favorite annual tradition!” -Dr. Mary Beth Williams, vice president for student affairs 

“Gratitude is so important. This year, I’m grateful for my husband, our pets and my incredible support group who really care about my well-being.” -Kelsey Madas, social media editor 

“I’m thankful for the opportunity to work with Millersville Meteorology students and faculty on a daily basis through my position as the Weather Information Center Director at Millersville University. I’m also grateful for my family, friends, and now 14-year-old miniature schnauzer!” -Kyle Elliott, director of the Weather Information Center  

Dr. Margaret Mbindyo poses with a student.

“Professionally, I am so grateful for the fulfilling opportunities of being able to guide and inspire my students during the uncertain times in which we live. On a personal side, I am deeply grateful to God for my family and allowing me to be a mother to my wonderful children!” – Dr. Margaret Mbindyo, assistant professor and advisement coordinator for the Center of Advisement and Student Support 

“Friends, family and professors who help me get a great education.” -Logan Groft, music education major  

“The people I have met at college.” – Kira Brish, psychology major 

“Graduating ‘Ville and landing my first job!” – Connor Maillie, business administration major with dual concentrations of marketing and management 

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