Millersville University students traveled to Sweden in December to commence the first Marauders Abroad Program since the start of the pandemic.
Millersville University recently received rankings for programs and departments across campus.
Dr. Lara Willox is the new Dean of the College of Education and Human Services.
The migrant education program’s mission is to improve high school graduation rates en route to higher education.
The conference is geared towards PK-12 educators and is free to attend.
Millersville University students support host teachers with online learning.
The ASL club meets every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Room 132 in McComsey Hall.
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