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Faculty & Students Research Unhoused People in Lancaster Park

The result? A 31-page paper that reflects 18 months of research and takes a closer look at the populations who frequent the Lancaster County park. 

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Achieving Sustainable Change

This year’s theme is “Global Connectedness: Achieving Sustainable Change in an Evolving World.”

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Fostering Sense of Urgency Toward Social Equity

The conference will cover ways to advance social equity and address climate change.

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Millersville Junior Crowned Miss Red Rose City

AmandaGrace Krier, a junior at Millersville, was recently crowned Miss Red Rose City 2023.

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Dr. Frank Social Work Educator of the Year

“The transition to academics for me was all about trying to increase my impact in making the world a better place.”

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MU Grad Student Selected as Researcher  

Millersville student awarded an opportunity to be a student researcher for the Institute for Research on Poverty.

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Social Work Prof Will Help Olympians

While Dr. Felizzi will be able to help the lives of athletes, he says his work will also benefit Millersville students.

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Hear Ville Prof Discuss Opportunities for Social Work to Assist Athletes’ Mental Health Development on Jan. 26 

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 […]

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Congratulations December Graduates

A big congratulations to the 452 December 2021 graduates of Millersville University.

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The ‘Ville Tops the Charts

Millersville ranked in Washington Monthly, Princeton Review Guide to Green Colleges, Security Degree Hub and College Values Online.

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MU Pen Pal Project Receives Funding

The Stepping Stones Pen Pal project, was recently granted funding by PASSHE.

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What’s It Like to Be a First Gen College Student In 2021?

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 […]