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Art + Design Students Gain Professional Experience with New Mind Design

For Cameron Maher being a part of New Mind Design (NMD) is like riding a bike with the training wheels on it.

“It really let me get a feel for what a design job is in the real world.” he said.

NMD is an in-house design agency that works with businesses throughout Northeast Pennsylvania. It is made up of East Stroudsburg University art + design students and is housed in the Innovation Center. The faculty team started NMD as a pilot run by integrating the agency in the classroom during spring 2014. The official doors for the agency opened in fall of 2014.

March 17, 2016 - One Comment - Read more

Biochemistry Program Earns National Accreditation

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania Provost Joanne Z. Bruno, J.D., is pleased to announce that the university’s undergraduate Biological Chemistry programs have received provisional accreditation from the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB).

“This is great news for our students, particularly for those who are interested in moving on to advanced degrees with research options, students who want to pursue a teaching degree and others who are interested in pursuing careers in public health, healthcare and advanced medical degrees,” said Bruno.

March 16, 2016 - No Comments - Read More


ESU Political Science Club Sponsors Voter Registration Drive

East Stroudsburg University’s political science club took the lead in ensuring the campus community is registered to vote. The students from the political science club and the College Republicans sponsored a voting registration drive from February 22-26 and will be assisting the…

March 4, 2016 - No Comments - Read More


Psychology Class Takes on Clients to Measure Success

How do you accurately measure whether a program or special initiative works? That question is at the heart of what students grapple with in psychology class called “Measurement and Evaluation in Psychology” where they help outside agencies and groups gauge the effectiveness of their work.

February 29, 2016 - No Comments - Read More


Writer of Classic Musical The Fanasticks To Speak at ESU, February 25, During Week of Performances

Tom Jones, the author of The Fantasticks, will discuss his career in musical theatre on Thursday, February 25 at 11 a.m. at the Cecilia S. Cohen Recital Hall of East Stroudsburg University’s Fine and Performing Arts Center, Normal and Marguerite streets, East Stroudsburg,

Jones also will be attending the opening performance of the musical at ESU on Wednesday, February 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the Dale Snow Theatre of ESU’s Fine and Performing Arts Center.

With his composing partner Harvey Schmidt, Jones wrote The Fantasticks for a summer theatre at Barnard College. After its Off-Broadway opening in May 1960, the musical went on to become the longest-running production in the history of the American stage and one of the most frequently produced musicals in the world. The Fantasticks is currently running in a successful revival in New York.

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Criminal Justice Professor Awarded National Grant

At 19 years old, Carrie Maloney sat in a lecture hall at Pennsylvania State University listening intently to a woman who had been exonerated from death row.

February 17, 2016 - 10 Comments - Read More


Graduate Student and Alumna Present at Conference at Harvard University

Linda St. Cyr ’15, a graduate student studying political science from Blakeslee, Pa., and Margaret Barksdale ’15 of Bushkill, Pa, who earned her bachelor’s degree in political science, will present at the Academic Forum Conference at Harvard University March 20-22.

The 21st Century Academic Forum brings together scholars, as well as corporate and government executives from a wide range of fields who are interested in education and research issues impacting the 21st century. Participants are encouraged to present research or just attend to learn from the diverse group of global researchers and experts assembled at one of the top universities in the world.

February 16, 2016 - No Comments - Read More


Art + Design Department Presents Two 3D Workshops Featuring Artist Jocelyn Kolb, February 20, 21

As part of the STEAM project (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math), East Stroudsburg University’s art + design department is presenting two 3D workshops, each focusing on a different aspect of this cutting-edge technology…

The workshops will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a lunch break, in the 3D design studio, G-3D, of the university’s Fine & Performing Arts Center, Normal and Marguerite streets, East Stroudsburg. Both workshops are open to the public.

February 10, 2016 - No Comments - Read More


ESU to Offer New Graduate Program Concentration

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania will be offering a new master’s concentration in the management and leadership program starting in fall 2016, catered to students interested in both psychology, communication studies and business management.

The addition of the management and leadership in organizational behavior will provide students with a Master of Science with a business focus within a multidisciplinary program. Students enrolling in this program will be required to take classes in communication studies, business, psychology, and digital media technologies.

February 10, 2016 - No Comments - Read More


Graduate Student Blazes Path to Success

Blaise Delfino is a busy man. If you’re lucky enough to run into him on ESU’s campus, he’ll either be studying for a speech-language pathology exam, writing a song, or working on his latest invention. There is a lot going on in the young professional’s life, and he is managing to make it work flawlessly.

At a young age, Delfino was immersed in the musical arts. His father taught him how to play the drums at five years old. As he got older, Delfino intensely practiced his instruments, discovering new ones along the way. Eventually, he learned how to play the saxophone and guitar. His abundant knowledge of music and instrumental skills helped him to become a self-taught pianist and singer/songwriter. Though music was a crucial part in his life, he gravitated toward other hobbies.

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