After the addition of the Michele and Tom Ridge Health and Safety Building and 10 additional townhouses just last year, the campus of Mercyhurst North East continues to experience growth—this time in its admissions department.
More than ever today, a business’ success depends on knowledge. The more effective a business is at gathering intelligence on its markets and competitors, the more enhanced is its competitive edge.
Graduates of NYU and Princeton are among the exclusive group of new students admitted this fall to the Master of Science degree program in Forensic and Biological Anthropology at Mercyhurst College.
Mercyhurst College is the recipient of an endowed scholarship in memory of Patricia Ulrich Hausmann, a 1954 graduate of the college and former teacher at Glenwood and McKinley elementary schools in Erie.
The revolutionary archaeological work of James Adovasio, Ph.D., director of the Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute at Mercyhurst College, is at the forefront of two publications and a television production this summer.
A group of 43 Mercyhurst students, faculty and friends took a nine-day tour of Poland in late May, bringing music wherever they went and receiving the warm hospitality of the Poles in return.
The Mercyhurst College Office of Adult and Graduate Programs announces a new Web-based concentration in nonprofit management as part of its 30-credit Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (OL) program. Qualified students may also pursue the nonprofit management curriculum as a 12-credit graduate certificate, with credits transferable to the OL program.
Students interested in pursuing a graduate certificate in applied behavior analysis can begin coursework in June, thanks to a new offering of the Mercyhurst College Office of Adult and Graduate Programs.
Eleven students at Mercyhurst North East received academic honors Saturday, May 20, at commencement exercises at Liguoir Hall.
The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) has selected Mercyhurst College professor Dr. James Adovasio as the Martha Sharp Joukowsky Lecturer for the 2007-08 academic year.