Academic Departments

Madelon Powers Gallery to Present Global Week Art Slam Exhibit

As part of ESU’s Global Week 2018, the Madelon Powers Gallery will feature a competitive student exhibit, Arts Slam, March 26-April 12. The theme of the exhibit is “The Mosaic of My Life.”

March 22, 2018 - No Comments - Read more

Future Teachers Challenging Students who are Gifted – and Vice Versa

With a gaggle of elementary school children in front of him, Dane Barhite was peppering the kids with questions about small containers of different types of liquids on a table in the Innovation Center at East Stroudsburg University.

March 12, 2018 - One Comment - Read More

Department of Theatre To Present The Musical Godspell

Building a community is the focus of Godspell, the classic musical of the 1970s being performed February 28 and March 1-4 by ESU’s department of theatre.

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Learning Lessons from the Jungle

Waking up to find a venomous snake in your sleeping quarters might be enough to make most people rethink their internship in a remote village in the Panama jungle.

But for East Stroudsburg University senior Olivia Hollister it was all part of what made her adventure abroad last fall “life-changing.”

February 12, 2018 - No Comments - Read More

ESyou Honoree: Dr. Marianne Cutler

In an effort to recognize faculty and staff members for their outstanding service, Dr. Welsh has launched the ESyou campaign beginning with the fall semester, 2013. Each month during the academic year, the ESyou campaign will feature a different faculty…

February 5, 2018 - No Comments - Read More

ESU Students Invent Computer Malware Cure, Entering PASSHE Competition

Interning at a hospital technology department after their freshman year at East Stroudsburg University, Zach Waldman and Nick Neely got tired of having to stop projects to go fix the computers of employees who had accidently downloaded malware while clicking on ads.

“All the time we would get issues where people would say ‘my computer is slow, my computer is messed up,’” Neely said. “It would have saved me so much time at work if I could have told someone, ‘Click the reset button.”

February 2, 2018 - One Comment - Read More

Four Students Win Honors at Region II Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

Four students from ESU’s theatre department earned honors at the Region II Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF).

January 30, 2018 - No Comments - Read More

Eleven Students Participate in European Union Simulation

When the fall 2017 semester ended last December, 11 students at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania began preparing for the international European Union Simulation (Eurosim). As part of a political science course offered over winter break the students, accompanied by L. Johan Eliasson, Ph.D., professor of political science, participated in Eurosim in Brussels, Belgium from January 4-7, 2018.  The rigorous, four-day exercise strives to enhance participants’ knowledge of international law, the European Union (the world’s largest single market, largest economy, and emerging political union, consisting of 28 member states), negotiating strategy, and diplomatic protocol, by negotiating real life legal and policy problems. The 2018 simulation was held at the Free University in Brussels.

January 26, 2018 - No Comments - Read More

Madelon Powers Gallery to Present Kulvinder Kaur Dhew: Recent Works

ESUs Madelon Powers Gallery will feature paintings and drawings by international artist Kulvinder Kaur Dhew in an exhibit, Kulvinder Kaur Dhew: Recent Works, February 1 through March 9.

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ESU Musical Theatre Students Mark Holiday Season with Community Caroling

Students from ESU’s Musical Theatre Organization (MTO) took time from their crowded end-of-semester schedules to carol at several community events.

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