Events like this are important opportunities to acknowledge that people with disabilities are a valuable and valued part of our community.
Almost 200 young women from regional schools are expected to attend to learn more about careers in mathematics and the sciences.
Exceeding the Imagination – Millersville University’s Campaign Tops the target of $90 Million.
There will be seven in-person performances of Her Sister in Rafters Theatre at Dutcher Hall.
Dr. Stacey Irwin, professor in Communication & Theatre, will become the president of the Broadcast Education Association in April.
There is now a Self-Service Lactation Room free to use in McComsey Hall.
“Millersville’s Music Industry program has produced some great artists,” says Dr. Barry Atticks.
The Science Olympiad is a tournament where teams of 15 students use their STEM skills to engineer a device.
The University’s radio station, WIXQ 91.7, is joining with Phantom Power to host Will Wood on March 31 and April 1.
Dr. Marc Harris has been named the Dean of the College of Science and Technology.
From presenting at conferences to publishing articles and assuming leadership positions at the national level, the faculty have been busy!
Millersville will host award-winning writer Sam Quinones this month.