’Ville Daily | June 18, 2018
FOR MILLERSVILLE UNIVERSITY FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS
‘Ville Daily is a twice a week publication during the summer
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6/17 – York Daily Record, Fox 43 and Wopular – Millersville’s Dr. John Wallace interviewed for “Millersville Professor Searches For Columbia, Wrightsville Bridge Mayfly Solution.”
6/17 – LNP
- Article on Guatemala trip by Millersville’s Ann S. Womble, COT member; and Alex Redcay, an assistant professor in the MU School of Social Work and executive director of Serise Inc.
- Feature on Millersville student, “Connor Sheehan’s next challenge will be student-teaching.”
6/17 – Delaware County Times – Millersville mentioned in “Editorial: Free and reduced college tuition deserves a look.”
6/15 – Data from Millersville’s Weather Information Center and Eric Horst used in “June is warming up after a cool, wet start.”
6/15 – Central Penn Business Journal
- Millersville University included in “Institutions roll with changing times.”
- Millersville mentioned in “Clashing visions for future of State System.”
- Millersville included in “Colleges add programs to respond to employer needs.”
- Millersville alum Matthew Bruckner has been named director of geoenvironmental services at Manor Township-based Rettew.
6/15 – LNP – Three Lancaster County-based contestants, including one from Millersville University, won honors in the Graphic Arts Association’s recent Neographics competition.
6/15 – NFL.com – Millersville alum, Will Lewis, interviewed for article, “18 for ’18: College football players with NFL fathers.”
6/15 – Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce – Paul Specht, Ph.D., CSP, professor emeritus at Millersville University interviewed for article on new book, Safety Leadership and Professional Development.”
6/14 – Study International – Millersville University: Connecting passion with purpose.
6/13 – LNP – A year after graduating from La Academia charter school, Christopher Cuartas, now a student at Millersville University, addressed this year’s graduates, urging them to learn from setbacks and listen to their inner voice.
6/18 – 6/29 – Expanded Visions Exhibit at the Ware Center
8/27 – Fall Classes begin
9/7 – Convocation – Save the Date