ESU Success Stories
Leah Bergman ’19 got the news that she’d been accepted to a prestigious marine science doctoral program in Japan on June 11 at 9 p.m. when she refreshed the Kitasato University web site for the umpteenth time.
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ESU graduate students in athletic training will be pioneering “the new normal” when they return to campus for two weeks of summer classes, in part to do hands-on lab work in anatomy.
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Melodie Warner ’95 started her new job at the business news network CNBC on February 18 — six days before the U.S. stock market plunged into its worst week since the financial crisis of 2008. Talk about trial by fire….
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While serving with the Army National Guard at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, Alexander Walsh was working 12-hour shifts, seven days a week but still managed to earn an A in all three East Stroudsburg University courses he was taking while deployed.
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Using a retrofitted robot arm from the 1990s, three ESU computer science students won the top award in math and computer science for their robotics project at a recent conference on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) for universities in Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education.
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Fourteen. That’s how many times ESU graduate student Sarah Khan rewrote the essays that accompanied her winning application for a prestigious Fulbright fellowship.
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Nick Herrmann is a full-time guest services intern for the Philadelphia Eagles. He is just one of 10 interns the Eagles selected out of approximately 3,000 applicants.
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Last spring, the organizers of “Science Sunday” witnessed a metamorphosis of sorts. The program — a collaboration between the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, East Stroudsburg University professors who are co-directors of the Pocono Writing Project, and Resica Elementary School in East Stroudsburg — was designed to get children and their families out into nature and teach them to think like scientists.
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