1950’s LA VERNE BROWN HYMAN ’56, Lititz, retired from Cocalico School District on 8/18/2020 after 61 years of teaching. JOSEPH P. DEFRANCO ’59, Philadelphia, retired after 59 years of education […]
Preparedness is defined by the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as “a continuous cycle of planning, organizing, training, equipping, exercising, evaluating and taking corrective […]
PATRICK WEAVER is a 2017 graduate of Millersville University with a degree in government and political affairs. In the three short years since graduation, he’s worked for the Department of […]
Editor’s Note: It was announced after we went to press with the magazine that Dr. Vilas Prabhu will remain at Millersville University until the end of June 2021. Dr. Vilas […]
Here’s how the faculty and staff at Millersville’s Counseling Center were an anchor for students during uncertain times. The Counseling Center at Millersville University has long served as an anchor […]
Check out the Class Notes section from the Spring-Summer 2020 Review Magazine.
While The Ware Center is currently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s cultural impact over the last 10 years on downtown Lancaster and Millersville University cannot be overlooked.
The novel coronavirus, COVID-19, dominated and changed the trajectory of life for all members of local, national and international communities this spring. The Millersville community was no exception.
May was a monumental month for Millersville University. On May 6, 2020, the University announced the first named college in its 165- year history, and three days later, 93 students graduated from the Lombardo College of Business.
Class Notes 2019
Living-Learning Communities are designed to take students who are passionate about specific subjects and group them together in the same living area. They receive various benefits, including community programming and the ability to move onto campus a day early.
A bill currently circulating in the education committee of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives would have a significant effect on the social work profession—particularly School Social Workers (SSW) who are employed in school districts.