Monthly Archives: October 2012

Edinboro University Phonathon

This is Crazy – But here’s My Number – Call me Maybe! One of the measures of a successful university is maintaining a strong connection with alumni and friends. The students at the Edinboro University Phonathon play a key role

Posted in Alumni

Dr. Max Azicri Study Abroad in Latin America Scholarship

Azicri Lunch

In honor and memory of Dr. Max Azicri, the Latin American Studies Committee (LASC) and the members of the Department of History, Anthropology, & World Languages and the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice hosted a luncheon to rename

Posted in Advancement

‘Get Your Game On!’: Edinboro’s Homecoming 2012 was successful and exiting event both on and off campus

With the leaves becoming more colorful and plaid sightings more frequent, Edinboro University’s campus and the surrounding community became the region’s premier destination October 5 and 6. That’s because “Get Your Game On!” – Edinboro’s two days of Homecoming saluting

Posted in On Campus

‘Unstoppable’ Speaker Anthony Robles Brings His Inspirational Message to Edinboro

Anthony Robles

Anthony Robles knows how to win – in wrestling and in life. Robles, 23, an All-American wrestler and NCAA National Champion, defied all the odds. He’s a young man born with just one leg, but who never gave up on

Posted in On Campus

‘Jenifer’s Journey: Born without legs, a man wheels his way to a medal at the Paralympics

Pittsburgh newspaper reporter Kaitlynn Riely captured the heart and soul of Trevon Jenifer, recent Edinboro graduate who, playing under the Jim Glatch, the University’s Wheelchair Basketball coach, led the U.S.A. to a bronze medal in the recent Paralympics in London,

Posted in Athletics

New Edinboro University Pictorial History Now Available

History of Edinboro University

From its humble start as one of Pennsylvania’s early normal schools to its current status as the region’s largest and most comprehensive institution of higher education, Edinboro University is the star of a new pictorial history recently released for sale.

Posted in On Campus

RAKE (Random Acts Kindness in Edinboro) Returns October 27

RAKE (Random Acts Kindness in Edinboro) returns Oct. 27 as students volunteer to rake and bag leaves in the Borough The smell of autumn’s fallen leaves often triggers childhood nostalgia for many of us. But for some, the task of

Posted in On Campus

Four Edinboro MFA Students Selected for National Juried Art Exhibition at Philadelphia’s ‘Clay Studio’

Four Edinboro University Master of Fine Art students were recently selected to show their ceramics work at a prestigious national juried exhibition at “The Clay Studio in Philadelphia. MFA students Gratia Brown, Deric Ence, Kevin Rohde and Travis Winters had

Posted in On Campus

New AAS in Applied Technology Fills Regional Workforce Need

Answering the call for a better-educated, more skilled workforce, Edinboro University launched a brand new Associate of Applied Science in Applied Technology degree at its Erie and Meadville campuses for the fall semester, and will continue the AAS offering for

Posted in On Campus

Cappy Counard’s Metalwork Featured in Two Exhibitions

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Edinboro University’s own Cappy Counard, Professor of Metals and Jewelry, had two metalwork pieces featured in October. The Dumbarton House Museum in Washington, DC on October 1st held an exhibition called Metamo’rphosis inviting seven metal smiths, including Counard, to create

Posted in On Campus
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