Máire Moriarty 2012 returns to campus on Nov. 6 to host a Career Services information session regarding Lutheran Volunteer Corps (LVC).
A dedicated group of Tau Sigma Gamma alumnae recently reunited for their yearly reunion. Starting in 1985, these sisters began to meet every year on Columbus Day and this year they met in Nashville, TN! The ladies are: Patti Galupo ’77, Allison Cooper DeSantis ’78, Lee-Ann Kitchen Carney ’78, Barbara Wickerham ’76, Karla Poley Andre
Dr. Andrea E. Martin 1975, who is currently an associate professor at Widener University, will be on campus Oct. 25 to present a seminar on “Binuclear Transition Metal Complexes of Macrocyclic Ligands.”
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BCMB) alum Dr. Abby Hare 2007 will return to campus to address students in a seminar titled “Using Language Phenotypes to Identify Autism Susceptibility Genes” on Oct. 18.
Roger Lee Dance (founded by Roger Lee’10) is in the running for an opportunity of a lifetime – to win a free ad in the 2014 Super Bowl! Roger Lee Dance has made it through to the second round of the competition, and now they need even more support! The competition, Small Business Big Game, recognizes
Roger Lee 2010, owner of Roger Lee Dance in Philadelphia, will share insights about entrepreneurship with students on Oct. 21 in a U-Inspire! Speaker Series event titled Finding Your Own Path: Four Successful Entrepreneurs Share Their Success Stories. Tom Shivers 1989, President and CEO FourStone Partners, is the moderator for the event.
Wayne Remington, D.D.S., 1978, Katie Higgins 2004, Ewa Siedlecka Kohler 2008, and Amy Schaefer 2012 are making the most of Homecoming Weekend this year by participating in a panel discussion when they return to campus on Oct. 18.
Rachel Jessica Daniel 2006, American Studies doctoral candidate and Instructor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, is the African-American/Africana Studies guest lecturer for 2013. She will deliver a lecture titled “Dragging the Black Church: Tyler Perry, Steve Harvey, and Rickey Smiley Perform Black Women” on Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. in Musser Auditorium.