Honors Students Develop Leadership Skills in Mister Rogers Course

Honors Students Develop Leadership Skills in Mister Rogers Course
November 5, 2020

Each fall semester, Associate Professor of Religious Studies Art Remillard teaches an introductory course for freshmen honors students. This semester, Remillard’s course focuses on Mister Rogers and...

Business Students Advance to State Finals of Pennsylvania Innovation Challenge

Business Students Advance to State Finals of Pennsylvania Innovation Challenge
November 5, 2020

Three students from the Shields School of Business have advanced to the final round of the America250PA Direct Effect Innovation Challenge, after their victory at the regional level on Oct. 23. The...

Virtual Mentorship Day a Success

Virtual Mentorship Day a Success
October 21, 2020

Mentorship Day was held in Schwab Hall and via Zoom on Oct. 9. The purpose of this annual event in the Shields School of Business is to connect current students with alumni in order for them to gain...

Environmental Action Society Hosting Photo Contest

Environmental Action Society Hosting Photo Contest
October 9, 2020

The SFU Environmental Action Society is accepting submissions for its annual nature photo contest. In this contest, participants take photographs of various natural wonders around campus. These can include,...

PA Students Achieve 100 Percent Pass Rate on Exam

PA Students Achieve 100 Percent Pass Rate on Exam
October 9, 2020

During the summer, 51 SFU Physician Assistant graduates enrolled to take the Physician Assistant National Certifying Exam (PANCE) for the first time. To be eligible to take the PANCE, you must graduate...

Tips on Surviving Midterms

Tips on Surviving Midterms
October 8, 2020

Midterms are here, but don’t be stressed out! You can do this! Here are some tips to help you get through this hectic time of the year. Katie Dettwiller, Sophomore Occupational Therapy major: “Start...

Modified EIR Program Continues During Pandemic

Modified EIR Program Continues During Pandemic
September 24, 2020

The Shields School of Business’ Dr. Albert A. Zanzuccki Executive-in-Residence Series opened last week. Due to the pandemic, instead of having EIRs visit campus in person, they are visiting virtually...

Economics Program Named in Honor of Former Faculty Member

Economics Program Named in Honor of Former Faculty Member
September 24, 2020

The Shields School of Business honored former faculty member Philip Woo at a ceremony on Aug. 31 by naming the school’s Economics Program after him. The Dr. Philip Woo Economics Program becomes the...

A Conversation with the President

A Conversation with the President
September 24, 2020

Troubadour Editor Marina Misitano recently sat down for an in-depth interview with University President the Very Rev. Malachi Van Tassell:   Marina: What did the decision-making process look...

Dogs in Classrooms May Promote Healthy Habits in Students

Dogs in Classrooms May Promote Healthy Habits in Students
September 10, 2020

Imagine being excited to attend a difficult class, not only to learn, but to embrace the calm and comforting atmosphere of having a dog or other pet in the classroom.  Heather Vitko, an Assistant Professor...

Open for Business in Loretto

Open for Business in Loretto
September 10, 2020

Saint Francis opened its fall semester on Aug. 17 with large-scale face-to-face class meetings. This University-wide reopening followed careful consideration by school officials of the ongoing conditions...

English and Communications Major Wins National Writing Award

English and Communications Major Wins National Writing Award
March 19, 2020

Freshman English and Communications major Scott Riner has received a national award for a short story he wrote titled “The Grandfather Clock.”  This annual writing contest is sponsored by Delta...

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