Communication Studies Major Katie Nork Selected as Undergraduate Speaker for Winter Commencement Ceremony
Katie Nork, a graduating communication studies major from Mountain Top, Pa., is East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania’s student speaker for…
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In a report released this week by The Education Trust, Rising Tide: Do College Grad Rate Gains Benefit All Students?, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania (ESU) was ranked sixth among the 255 institutions in exhibiting exceptional improvements in graduation rates and diminished gaps for underrepresented minority students (URMs).
The paper looked at six-year graduation rates from 2003-2013 among first-time, full-time students at four-year institutions to determine whether those institutions that have increased overall graduation rates also increased graduation rates for underrepresented students (Latino, African-American, and American Indian students) and reduced gaps between these students and their white peers.
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The holidays are a time for cheerful gatherings, warm cooked meals and the exchanging of laughter and presents. Unfortunately, not everyone can afford to splurge on gifts. Looking to help members of the community this holiday season, East Stroudsburg University’s (ESU) Student Senate is hosting their annual Teddy Bear Drive, providing a few extra gifts to underprivileged families in Monroe County.
Student Senate Vice President Dominique Washington, a graduate student at ESU, believes that every child should have a gift to open during the holidays.
“I know that we can’t provide for everyone, but we look forward to doing what we can,” said Washington.
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A total of 478 students will be candidates for degrees from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania at the Winter Commencement ceremony on Saturday, December 12 at 8:45 a.m. in Koehler Fieldhouse.
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ESU Associate Professor of Political Science Adam McGlynn, Ph.D., will be enhancing his classrooms with real world experience after being elected Nazareth Area School Director. After months of campaigning, McGlynn was notified that he will be the representing voice of the Lower and Eastern District of Upper Nazareth Township.
“This is a tremendous opportunity for me to serve my community,” said McGlynn. Writing his dissertation and several articles on education policy reinforced for him the importance of education, which has always been a high priority.
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ESU Helps Students as they Prepare for Finals Week
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Twelve students from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania (ESU) have been selected as national outstanding leaders and will be featured in the 2015 publication, Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. For the past 81 years, this publication has honored outstanding campus leaders for their scholastic, leadership and community achievements.
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Sigma Phi Omega, the gerontology honor society at East Stroudsburg University, broke records with their annual pet food drive.
All proceeds were donated to the pets of Meals on Wheels clients.
They ended the food drive by collecting 68 cans of dog food and 270 cans of cat food.
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The East Stroudsburg University community welcomed students, faculty and staff to kick off the holiday season by signing ESU’s Giant Holiday Card, a tradition now in its fourth year. Three students played a role in this year’s design. Morgan Weissbach, a junior art + design major from Saylorsburg, Kaitlyn Esteves, a sophomore early childhood education major from Verona, N.J., and Dainisha Colon, a senior business management…
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In 1975 David Good’s father, Kenneth, travelled to the Amazon jungle as a graduate student to study the isolated Yanomami tribe—a people then virtually untouched by western civilization. Eventually he became a familiar and trusted presence within the community. So much so, that the village leader declared Kenneth “one of them” and insisted he take a wife.
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