State System Leaders Support 2016-17 Funding Request, Appear before House, Senate, Appropriations Committees
Drew Johnson, a senior majoring in communication studies and president of ESU’s Student Senate, joined Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education Chancellor Frank T. Brogan and other System leaders today and urged members of both the House and Senate appropriations committees to support increased funding for the state-owned universities as they consider the proposed 2016-17 Commonwealth budget.
The State System has requested a 2016-17 state appropriation of $521.2 million, which would represent an approximately $87.8 million increase over the level recommended in this year’s still-unfinished budget.
The System is facing at least $41 million in mandatory cost increases next year, and also is seeking an additional nearly $47 million from the state to invest in student support services and new academic programs, such as those in the high-demand STEM and healthcare fields; online learning; and other initiatives important to strengthening Pennsylvania’s economy.
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Two students are finalists for a national contest sponsored by the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System. The Intercollegiate Broadcasting System is a not-for-profit organization that serves national college radio, television and webcasting stations. Each year it holds an international contest that recognizes outstanding stations and the individuals who represent them.
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The Madelon Powers Gallery of East Stroudsburg University will host the Student Art Association Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition March 21 to April 14.
Entries will include a wide-range of artistic media including paintings, graphic design, drawing, photography, sculpture, mixed media and 3D prints.
Jody Singer, founder of Origins Gallery in Stroudsburg, Pa., will be this year’s juror. The exhibition is being organized by the Student Art Association, a student organization that provides cultural opportunities for the campus and community.
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Christopher Brooks, Dr. phil., associate professor of history at East Stroudsburg University, spoke at the Cumberland/Gloucester/Salem Vicinage at an event that celebrated Black History Month while honoring the life of Salem-born John S. Rock,… a Renaissance man in a time of slavery whose groundbreaking admittance to the bar of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1865 signaled a dramatic departure from the Dred Scott decision that had denied citizenship rights to African-Americans less than a decade earlier.
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East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania is celebrating Women’s History Month with a series of events, which begin on Wednesday, March 2. Events range from film viewings and book discussions to a conversation about women and sport.
All activities are open to the public at no cost unless otherwise stated.
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A total of 1,409 students have been named to the Dean’s List at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania (ESU) for the Fall 2015 semester of the 2015-2016 academic year, according to Joanne Bruno, J.D., provost and vice president for academic affairs.
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Laura Waters, Ph.D., associate professor and chair of nursing at ESU, was elected as the president of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Nursing School Association (PHENSA), a statewide organization which helps baccalaureate and higher…
“I am very honored to have the opportunity to work with deans and directors of higher education throughout the state to plan strategically for the future of nursing education in the Commonwealth,” Dr. Waters said.
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The Department of Counseling and Psychological Services and Sharon Dougherty ’12, MPH ’16 have arranged for the screening of Out of Sight, a groundbreaking documentary that demystifies non-suicidal self-injurious behavior in people who struggle with mental health disorders including depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.February 22, 2016 - No Comments - Read More
Over 100 students were interviewed nationally in a film that tells individual stories of sexual assault on college campuses. The documentary “The Hunting Ground” will be shown at East Stroudsburg University on Monday, February 29 in Monroe Hall B01 at 7 p.m.
The students featured in the film took action in order to break the silence about sexual assault on college campuses and to force their universities to hold perpetrators accountable and to put services in place to support survivors. Weaving together verité footage and first-person testimonies, the film foregrounds the efforts of survivors as they attempt to pursue—despite incredible pushback, harassment and traumatic aftermath—both their education and justice.
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