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21 'Hurst cadets train at home, abroad | May 24, 2010

Twenty-one U.S. Army ROTC cadets from Mercyhurst College will be on the move this summer, gaining valuable training skills at a variety of locations, both at home and abroad.

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Central Tech computer students vie for MNE scholarships | May 21, 2010

When can you take a test, not have to study, not have it count as a grade, and win $10,000?

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Mercyhurst College to graduate 984 in three ceremonies May 22-23 | May 21, 2010

Mercyhurst College Commencement Weekend 2010, slated for May 22-23, will witness the graduation of 984 students in three separate ceremonies - one for traditional-aged graduates, another for adult and graduate students, and the third for students from Mercyhurst North East, West and Corry.

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Mercyhurst’s Walker School of Business to honor top students | April 13, 2010

The 2010 Mercyhurst College Walker School of Business Advisory Board dinner, slated for Thursday, April 22, at the Sheraton Erie Bayfront, will fete three exceptional students: two named Outstanding Undergraduate Business Majors and one Outstanding Organizational Leadership Master’s Student.

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Athletic training earns national reaccreditation from CAATE | March 30, 2010

The Mercyhurst College Sportsmedicine Department announced today that its BS degree program in athletic training has earned national reaccreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE).

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AIM takes lead in autism awareness | March 25, 2010

Now in the second year of its groundbreaking support program for college students with Asperger Syndrome, Mercyhurst College will host several events during April to explore this challenging condition on the autism spectrum.

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'Burned bone' research continues with mock fire near Philadelphia | March 25, 2010

The Applied Forensic Sciences Department at Mercyhurst College continues its landmark research into the recovery and interpretation of burned human remains from fatal fire scenes with a mock fire and excavation in Montgomery County, Pa., this weekend.

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Chemistry major presents research at sixth annual Capitol Conference | March 25, 2010

Mercyhurst College chemistry major Kyle Hart joined faculty and students from 25 Pennsylvania institutions of higher education in presenting his research to members of the General Assembly during the Undergraduate Research at the Capitol Conference held March 23 in Harrisburg. Hart was accompanied by his research adviser, Dr. Ronald Brown, chair of Mercyhurst’s Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry.

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Applied forensic sciences delivers strong showing at AAFS | March 23, 2010

Faculty, students and alumni of the Mercyhurst College Applied Forensic Sciences Department were well represented at the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) 62nd Annual Scientific Meeting held recently in Seattle, Wash.

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Bendus wins Kazmaier award | March 20, 2010

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Junior captain Vicki Bendus of the Mercyhurst College women’s hockey was named the winner of the 2010 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award Saturday morning at a brunch held at the University of Minnesota’s McNamara Alumni Center.

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