Good News: May SRU graduate lands Folger Shakespeare Library docent job
Jacqueline Baird, a May Slippery Rock University English literature graduate, has been accepted into a docent program at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C.
Good News: SRU graduate joins international judging group
Becky Pendergast, a 1988 Slippery Rock University communication graduate and now art director for The Chronicle of Higher Education, has been named the edition coordinator for the Society of New Design’s 32nd annual competition.
Good News: U.S. Naval Academy honors ’71 Rock graduate
David Brown, a 1971 Slippery Rock University graduate, has had a squash court named after him at the U.S. Naval Academy. Brown coached squash at Navy from 1977-1998 and directed the Midshipman to a 267-117 record.
Dailey gets e-mail to aid European Union
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. - Become an expert and the world will beat a path to your door is proving true for Slippery Rock University's David Dailey, professor of computer science and a recognized leader in SVG - scalable vector graphics - the new rage in computer-generated graphics.
Student researchers stimulate senses
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. - The "Sensory Room" at the Nelson Therapeutic Activity Center in Monroeville is abuzz with new potential. Slippery Rock University therapeutic recreation majors recently helped the treatment facility implement the room, which provides health-related leisure services for individuals with intellectual disabilities, especially autism.
SRU's Tsuquiashi-Daddesio wins Minority Achievement Award
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. - Eva Tsuquiashi-Daddesio, Slippery Rock University dean of the College of Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts, will be recognized tonight with a Minority Achievement Award at the 35th Annual Minority Achiever's reception sponsored by Minority Opinion/Talk Magazine.
Elementary education faculty put student teacher’s research into action
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – While Slippery Rock University student teachers working in schools throughout the region don’t wear lab coats in the classroom, they are, in fact, doing research they hope will help them become even better teachers. Their research plans are the focus of new book chapter written by Geraldine Jenny and Robert Snyder, faculty in SRU’s College of Education.
SRU’s Stephen Hawk earns 2 Grammy nods
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – Two jazz category Grammy nominations and a role as featured soloist with the McKeesport Symphony Pops Orchestra are keeping Slippery Rock University’s Stephen Hawk, a professor of music, in the spotlight.
Good News: SRU graduate lands Qatar position
Mahvish Ali, a 2008 Slippery Rock University elementary education graduate, has accepted a position in Doha, Qatar, as a first-grade teacher and curriculum designer, in the newly developed Awfaz Global, an international school in Qatar.
Good News: SRU doctoral graduate leads new PT program in North Carolina
HIGH POINT, N.C. — Eric Hegedus, who received his doctorate in physical therapy from Slippery Rock University in 1991, has been named director of the proposed physical therapy program in the new school of Health Sciences at High Point University.
Good News: SRU Sax Quartet earns spot at International Sax Symposium
The Slippery Rock University Saxophone Quartet, directed by Jason Kush, an instructor of music, has been accepted to perform at the 2011 International Saxophone Symposium, hosted by the United States Navy Band at George Mason University.
University takes bite out of stress with ‘Cookie Month’ event
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. – What’s your favorite cookie, chocolate chip, gingerbread or oatmeal raisin? Do you prefer your cookies soft, crunchy, hot out of the oven, with or without icing? Turns out Slippery Rock University students aren’t picky – they’re satisfied to scarf down a sugar cookie, especially one provided free by the University.
Good News: Dallas Rotary honors SRU graduate
Retired Marine Maj. Gen. James L. Williams, a 1975 Slippery Rock University graduate and former commanding general of the 4th Marine Division, will be among those honored when the Dallas Downtown Rotary hosts is sixth annual “Salute to American Veterans” Nov. 10 at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas.
Good News: Air Force names Marchand distinguished visiting professor
Richard Marchand, a Slippery Rock University professor of mathematics, has been named to an 11-month distinguished visiting professor position at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. He reports in June.
Underwater cameras improve swimmers' strokes, add efficiency
SRU joins Kangwon's 40th anniversary
SRU music department celebrates October as 'Jazz Month'
Jazz Ensemble announces Oct. 14 CD release
Association names Distinguished Alumni
Hansen-Turton receives International Alumni Award
SRU's Student LIfe sponsors all-campus safety panel Oct. 5
SRU Army ROTC team takes honors
ART explores roles of women in society
SRU Orchestra, SRU Choir join forces
Ghost hunter lectures, plans SRU tour
SRU collects coats for local children
SRU students 'stay up' to support St. Jude Children's hospital
Friends aid student paralyzed in dirt bike crash
SRU breaks ground for $38-million Student Center; opens in 2012
Alcoa's O' Rourke kicks off SRU's continuing 'SUccess Lecture Series'
SRU readies for 'Haunted Homecoming'
SRU education faculty present keynot address at Iowa conference
Patricia Hladio earns Distinguished Service Award
SRU celebrates Native Americans
SRU extends Campus Climate Survey
Faculty, Guest Artist Dance Concert features range of works
Rock women's soccer hosts 'Coins for Cancer'
Williamson Memorial Competition
Healthfest continues free screenings
SRU kicks off annual SECA drive
LUNAFEST women's fils festival returns
SRU's AmeriCorps distributes water aerators to save energy
SRU Women's Studies honors four
SRU hosts Special Olympics sectional