ESU Success Stories
On the morning of Saturday, December 15 – commencement day at East Stroudsburg University – Kayla Hahn received a text message from her father – “Are you sure this is really happening?” Hahn responded with a photo of herself in her graduation cap and gown “It’s really happening.”
December 18, 2018 - No Comments - Read more
Last spring, when the United States was preparing to move its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Dr. Sam Quainoo’s public policy and administration class had a spirited discussion about the pros and cons of that controversial move. At the center of that debate was Ghadir Aburokba, a Palestinian from Gaza, who is the first Fulbright scholar to come to East Stroudsburg University. Aburokba has been studying for her master’s degree in political science since arriving at ESU in August 2017. She graduates Saturday.
December 12, 2018 - No Comments - Read More
Different majors, different goals, different stages in life. But mother and daughter Maria Ortiz-Cintron, 46, and Victoria Cintron, 22, from East Stroudsburg, have been in sync all the way through their college careers. Both will receive their ESU bachelor’s degrees on December 15, Maria in communications and Victoria in Spanish. Both are Dean’s List students who have won academic awards. And both are focused, motivated and determined to excel.
December 7, 2018 - No Comments - Read More
East Stroudsburg University’s quest for a second Division II Field Hockey Championship in the last four years came up one goal short.
December 1, 2018 - No Comments - Read More
For a second time in four years, ESU will compete for a Division II Field Hockey Championship.
November 29, 2018 - No Comments - Read More
Whether you know the story of “The Nutcracker” or not, you certainly know the music, and at this time of year the child in everyone can embrace that message of magical wonderment: Only those who believe can see.
November 21, 2018 - No Comments - Read More
Three East Stroudsburg University professors traveled deep into the largest pristine rainforest in Central America in part to see the elusive Harpy Eagle, the world’s most powerful raptor that is so distinctive it was the inspiration for the phoenix in the Harry Potter movies.
November 12, 2018 - No Comments - Read More
When the new academic year kicked off on August 27 at ESU, it wasn’t just the students who would learn more from their interactions.
September 13, 2018 - No Comments - Read More
Geographical maps can give people the lay of the land and road maps tell them how to get to where they want to go. Now East Stroudsburg University has launched a project creating maps that show the places people in the Stroudsburg and East Stroudsburg area care about.
August 31, 2018 - No Comments - Read More