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.
MANSFIELD, PA (09/16/10) — At Spencer Crest Nature Center in Corning, NY, a new interpretive trail leads visitors through the world of microbes that is all around us.
MANSFIELD, PA (08/06/10) —Peggy Dettwiler, professor of Music and director of Choral Activities at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania, was honored with the 2010 Elaine Brown Award for Choral Excellence at the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) of Pennsylvania annual summer conference in State College on August 2.
MANSFIELD, PA (06/10/10) — Kenneth Sarch, professor of Music and conductor of the Mansfield University String Chamber Orchestra, has been offered a contract from Masters Music Publications to publish his Music for Chaplin’s Film The Rink.
MANSFIELD, PA (04/15/10) — John Ulrich was presented with the North Hall Library Torch Award in a special ceremony in North Hall Library at Mansfield University on Thursday, April 15. Ulrich is a professor of English and chair of the Department of English and Modern Languages at MU.
The master’s in Organizational Leadership program which began in the Fall 2009 semester, has become one of the most successful programs on campus.
The 33-credit online program, approved by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Board of Governors in October 2008, was the subject of an intense marketing and recruitment program. "The response was overwhelming," said Admissions Director Brian Barden. "Our goal was 10 students. We opened the program with 38 students," he said.
"This is a flexible, rigorous degree in graduate leadership development," said MU President Maravene Loeschke. "It’s definitely a capstone in our continuing efforts to develop a seamless interface of leadership programs in and out of the classroom."
Loeschke noted that the first incoming class is four times greater than initial goals. "This really underscores the need for such a program in our 21st century society," she concluded.
For complete information on the program and admissions requirements contact the Admissions Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
MANSFIELD, PA (07/17/09) — The National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) has approved the new administration track in the Mansfield University master’s of Nursing (MSN) program.
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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