Skilled cybersecurity specialists are in great demand.
Fourteen students from the Lombardo College of Business kept busy over spring break traveling to London to visit major businesses.
“It’s essential to have a campus space that is both designed by students and run by students.”
The Information Technology program at Millersville is proving to be quite popular.
This transformative gift will establish Lombardo Hall as a collaborative and inclusive campus space.
Emily Horn is a proud Marauder who hails from Broomall, Pennsylvania. She’s pursuing a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in finance and a minor in economics at Millersville University and plans to graduate in the spring of 2021. “With […]
Dr. Frazer most recently served as the interim dean for the Lombardo College of Business.
No stranger to higher education, Marc Tomljanovich holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Cornell University and most recently was at Drew University.
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.
The Lombardo’s gift will be used where it’s most needed in the College of Business, for student scholarships, faculty development, equipment and internships.