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Students dig forensics short courses | May 20, 2013

Forensics short courses draw students from around the world to Mercyhurst.

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Middle States approves first Ph.D. program | May 07, 2013

Mercyhurst to enroll students for fall launch of doctoral program in anthropology.

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Now that's one tasty science project | May 06, 2013

Culinary students at Mercyhurst University are teaming up North East Middle School to prepare lunches using fresh herbs the sixth grade class grew in their science class.

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Mercyhurst, Chamber rally consumers to shop local | April 30, 2013

Mercyhurst University students are teaming up with the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership during this year’s annual communication trade show on Thursday, May 9.

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OASIS to offer hospitality certificate | April 23, 2013

OASIS at North East plans to offer a new certificate program in hospitality.

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Annual Mercyhurst fashion show up-cycles used clothing into trendy attire | April 19, 2013

Fashion merchandising students prepare for the Refashion Fashion Show set for May 2.

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Hospitality alums share career insights | April 10, 2013

What’s one of the perks of studying in Mercyhurst University’s world-class hospitality management program?

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New DNA sequencer accelerates research | April 04, 2013

Acquisition of a DNA sequencer by Mercyhurst University marks an unprecedented opportunity to accelerate biological and medical research in the region.

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De-stress with 'mindful communication' | April 04, 2013

Mercyhurst University communication instructor Brian Sheridan developed a new kind of interpersonal communication course designed to help students focus,de-stress and make conscientious decisions.

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Annual Mercyhurst Literary Festival | April 01, 2013

The Mercyhurst Literary Festival was created by Jeff Roessner, Ph.D., and Ken Schiff, Ph.D., to bring accomplished writers to campus to read from their works and to interact with student authors. Guests over the years have ranged from Robert Bly and Grace Paley to Martín Espada and Francine Prose.

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