Monthly Archives: September 2012

Edinboro University Sets Up Fund to Help Victims of Hurricane Isaac

Helping others and giving back – it’s what Edinboro University’s Community Outreach is all about! Starting today and continuing through Wednesday, September 12, Edinboro University’s Community Outreach Office and the University’s Student Government Association will conduct a hurricane relief fund

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Edinboro University Students Set to Participate in Erie County’s Hispanic Heritage Celebration and Parade September 22

Members of Edinboro University’s Latino Student Organization are assisting in the planning and programming for the Erie County Hispanic Heritage Celebration and Parade scheduled for Saturday, September 22, in downtown Erie. Assisted by advisors Brenda Abreu-Baker of the Admissions Office

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Stephanie Craig’s Exhibit Being Featured at Southern Ohio Museum

The Southern Ohio Museum is featuring award winning artist Stephanie Craig’s, “Fossilized Memories,” through Oct. 24. The Fossilized Memories Series is a collection of sculptures which explore the the notion of recorded thoughts and personal history. “The aesthetics of my

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Gallery to Exhibit John Bavaro’s iPhone-, iPad-Generated Art

The Gallery at Penn College, on the third floor of Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Madigan Library, will host “Masterpiece Mobile: Art on a Wireless Canvas” from Aug. 30 to Sept. 30. The exhibit features the work of John Bavaro, who

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Boro Alum Helps Team USA Into Semifinal Round at Paralympic Games

Trevon Jenifer

LONDON (Sept. 6, 2012) – The United States men’s wheelchair basketball team, guided by Edinboro head coach Jim Glatch and featuring Scots’ graduate Trevon Jenifer, has reached the semifinals of the London Paralympic Games. Team USA defeated Germany in the

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Kelly Named PSAC Soccer Athlete of the Week

Edinboro sophomore goalkeeper Meghan Kelly (Mars, PA/Mars Area) has been selected the PSAC Women’s Soccer Athlete of the Week after recording a pair of shutouts against conference rivals. Kelly began the week with six saves in a 3-0 victory over

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First National Bank Donates Over $20,000 for Edinboro’s Athletics, the EITC Program and the Presidential Inauguration

First National Bank continues to be a significant supporter of Edinboro University and has recently donated over $20,000 for Edinboro’s Athletics, the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program, and the Presidential Inauguration. Pictured from left to right: Director of Alumni

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New Academic Success Center Opens its Doors to All Students

Academic Success Center

  A message from Interim Provost Michael Hannan: I am proud to announce the establishment of the Academic Success Center (ASC) here at Edinboro University. As part of the center, we also welcome five new staff members who will be

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Edinboro’s Renowned Forensic Scientist Appears on Investigation Discovery Channel as DNA Expert

Ted Yeshion

Dr. Ted Yeshion, Edinboro University’s renowned associate professor of Criminal Justice and Forensic Science, appeared August 20th on a new Investigation Discovery Channel program as a DNA expert. Yeshion, who has been sought out by law enforcement officials across the

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Alumni on the Move

’70,’76 Dr. Peggy Cebe received the 2010/2011 Presidential Award for Excellence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics mentoring. She is a professor of physics at Tufts University and also works with undergraduate students who are deaf or hard of hearing.

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