Everyone is familiar with emergencies. But what, exactly, is an emergency manager, and what do they do?
Our #4 story is all about how some notable grants will assist students in their academic endeavors.
The Blanket of Honor award, given to Dr. Hagelgans, has only been given to 332 individuals nationwide.
Undergraduate and graduate students joined Millersville University professors at the Emergency Managers Conference.
Thanks to a FEMA grant, students who volunteer for Blue Rock Fire Rescue may receive $2,500 a semester.
Through the partnership, Millersville will offer its highly sought-after Nursing programs, Integrated Scientific Applications and Emergency Management degrees online.
Millersville recently received recognition for Emergency Management, Education and Safety.
The 9/11 event is open to the public and is being held in honor of all of those citizens and responders who lost their lives.
Millersville University recently received rankings for programs and departments across campus.
A big congratulations to the 452 December 2021 graduates of Millersville University.
Millersville ranked in Washington Monthly, Princeton Review Guide to Green Colleges, Security Degree Hub and College Values Online.
The ‘Ville’s bachelor’s degrees in communication, early childhood education and music production, and the online master’s degree in emergency management programs all made the top 50 list.