While Dr. Felizzi will be able to help the lives of athletes, he says his work will also benefit Millersville students.
Prominent athletes around the world have been speaking out about their mental health issues. On January 26, Dr. Marc Felizzi, associate professor in the School of Social Work, will tackle the important and perhaps overlooked issue […]
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 Stepping Stones Pen Pal project, was recently granted funding by PASSHE.
November 8 is First Generation College Celebration and we’re celebrating some of our own first generation students here at Millersville University like Cimone Weeks, Gabriella Rodriquez and Maylin Vazquez, who all share their unique experiences of being the firsts in […]
Integrated Studies has 41 students enrolled this year, the most ever.
This project will help to teach graduate students about the unique needs and challenges found in today’s behavioral health fields.
Recent updates from Drs. Downey, Frank, Jester and Wood.
Dr. Karen Rice, associate professor and department chair for the School of Social Work and the doctor of social work program coordinator at Millersville University is adding yet another credential to her long list: she’s serving […]
13 years ago, Lancaster native Shanece Bowman ‘20, began working toward her goal of attaining a college degree. She took the path many of her peers take: right after high school, she set off to […]
The Lancaster community and students at Millersville University are feeling the impacts of receiving a $1.35 million grant to help fight the opioid crisis.