Semi-autonomous Marauder, or SAM, a robot built by the Robotics Team at Millersville University recently demonstrated its national championship, award-winning skills in Stayer Hall.
The presence of peer educators on a university campus is necessary for building a healthier environment by sharing information, teaching skills and encouraging fellow students to practice healthy behaviors.
“Open captioning,” which provides a scrolling dialogue on an LED screen is now being used by Millersville University Theatre in an effort to reach out to the hearing impaired. On […]
The Keystone Journal of Undergraduate Research (KJUR), a journal focused on undergraduate research, has been created and will interest faculty at Millersville who have students engaged in innovative research projects and who are searching for a suitable outlet for publication.
The Mayor’s Office of Special Events, along with Millersville University, will host the St. Albans South African Boys Choir, December 14 at 7 p.m.
The Millersville Business Association (MBA) invites the Millersville area community to its annual Christmas Tree Lighting.
During a luncheon held November 10, the largest wooden replica of a Millersville Marauder was unveiled at Millersville University.
The 2010 edition of Millersville University’s Music Newsletter has arrived!
Here are the faculty and staff activities for December 2, 2010.
This issue of the Exchange features Dr. Eric Blazer, associate professor of business administration at Millersville University.
Central Pennsylvania high schools will have better prepared, experienced and ready-to-teach science teachers thanks to a revolutionary student teaching program developed at Millersville University.
Millersville University was honored by the Susquehanna Association for the Blind and Vision Impaired (SABVI) during White Cane Day on October 15, at Penn Square in Lancaster. The day of […]