The Mercyhurst College Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the international honor society in education, will present its 6th annual Teaching and Learning Expo on Saturday, Jan. 22, in the college’s Hirt Academic Center.
Because of its initiatives in support of cancer awareness, Mercyhurst College has been deemed a “College Against Cancer” by the American Cancer Society.
Kris Wheaton pushes a key on his computer and the reminder transmits to dozens of intelligence studies students: Game Lab Tonight!
Some traditions never go stale and certainly Mercyhurst College’s annual “Christmas on Campus” celebration tops that list of oldies but goodies.
For the second year in a row, Mercyhurst's chapter of Sigma Alpha Pi – the National Society of Leadership and Success – has been honored by the organization for having the “Most Dedicated Chapter to Community Service.” The society is comprised of 113,227 members at 213 colleges nationwide.
Mercyhurst College has established the Jenni-Lyn Watson Memorial Dance Scholarship in honor of the junior dance major whose tragic death the college community continues to mourn.
Mercyhurst Model UN took “First Place-Best Delegation” in all three of its intercollegiate conferences this fall, according to adviser Lena Surzhko-Harned.
Mercyhurst College has nominated senior international business major Brittney Hopkins and senior political science major Sean Fedorko for the Davies-Jackson Scholarship, according to Dr. Verna Ehret, director of the college’s Prestigious Awards Program.
An updated version of “Basketry Technology,” authored by Dr. James Adovasio, director of the Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute and one of the world’s leading experts in prehistoric perishable artifacts, is expected to be released Nov. 30 by Left Coast Press.
On Thursday, Nov. 11, the D’Angelo Department of Music at Mercyhurst College, in cooperation with Stairways Behavioral Health, will present a lecture-recital on the music of Robert Schumann (1810-1956) at 8 p.m. in Walker Recital Hall.