Eight Mansfield University students represented the Mansfield Residence Hall Association at the annual Central Atlantic Affiliate of College & University Residence Halls (CAACURH) conference held in Towson, Maryland. Nicole Moore and Josiah Johnson presented a session on "Big Programming on a Small Campus" which was chosen as one of the Top 11 programs. The Mansfield delegation was also recognized for its school spirit and received a bronze award. Mansfield received two certificates of recognition. Other members of the delegation were Max Schaar, Sam Schaar, Adam Wood, Cody Behanna, Kevin Malmrose and Ashley Rankine.
MANSFIELD, PA (12/16/10) — The Mansfield University Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (MCEL) has named Tom Thornton as the 2010 MU Student Entrepreneur of the Year.
The junior Political Science major from Athens, PA was selected by a panel after a campus-wide nominating process. Students who have a part-time business, operate a summer business, or have created a functioning social enterprise were eligible.
MANSFIELD, PA (01/05/11) — What program of study will prepare college students for lives of purpose and careers that may not even exist at this point in our rapidly changing world? That is just one of the many questions that Mansfield University faculty asked themselves as they began to revise their core program of general education in fall 2009.
President Maravene Loeschke has approved a new program of general education based on work completed by faculty at the end of the fall semester.
5/7/2010 - "Ethics and Leadership" was the topic of a Mansfield University Leadership Lecture Series presentation by John and Christine Cavanaugh.
John Cavanaugh serves as the chief executive officer of PASSHE, Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, which operates 14 universities including Mansfield, with a combined enrollment of nearly 117,000 students.
Christine Cavanaugh is director of training and professional development for the division of development and alumni relations at George Washington University in Washington, DC.
The Cavanaugh’s are co-authors of the book Aging in America, which was published in December, 2009.
Mansfield University’s dedication to student, faculty and staff leadership development is multifaceted and connected to many related campus initiatives. Foremost of these is the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership in the Center for Lifelong Learning.
The Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership is dedicated to supporting students in the creation and sustainability of their professional visions. This calls upon many of the same skills and knowledge base that build effective leadership.
Please visit our Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership.
Mansfield University’s dedication to leadership development extends beyond the campus. The university strives to support local and state-wide community and corporate professional development.
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