SGA Endorses Accessibility Proposal

SGA Endorses Accessibility Proposal

Scott Riner, Editor November 17, 2022

At its Nov. 3 meeting, the SFU Student Government Association endorsed an “Accessibility Proposal.” The Accessibility Proposal requests that measures be initiated to make the University more accessible...

Keirn Family World War II Museum Relocated to University Library

Keirn Family World War II Museum Relocated to University Library

Scott Riner, Editor November 17, 2022

The Keirn Family World War II Museum has been relocated to the second floor of the University’s Library and Learning Commons. A ceremony was held on Nov. 11 – Veterans Day - to celebrate the move to...

Students Network, Build Relationships with Alumni During Mentorship Week

Julia Willason, Staff Writer October 29, 2022

Schwab Hall was buzzing with activity last week, as was the Science Center, Scotus Hall and many other locations across campus. In Schwab, the Shields School of Business welcomed back 55 alumni for...

University Awarded $1 Million Grant to Launch Aviation Maintenance School

University Awarded $1 Million Grant to Launch Aviation Maintenance School

Scott Riner, Editor October 27, 2022

SFU was recently awarded a $1 million grant by the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) to launch an Aviation Maintenance Technician School. Rob Young, Associate Vice President for Advancement, and...

Campus Community Mourns Loss of Difference-Making Faculty Member

Campus Community Mourns Loss of Difference-Making Faculty Member

Scott Riner, Editor October 27, 2022

John Karduck was more than a professor—he was a hero. Karduck, who served as a Clinical Associate Professor in the Physician Assistant Science Program, died on July 1. His passing was mourned not...

Zanzuccki Speaker Shares Leadership Lessons

Zanzuccki Speaker Shares Leadership Lessons

Julia Willason, Staff Writer October 27, 2022

Ron Ward - author, speaker, leadership coach and CEO and founder of 4Ward Operations - visited Saint Francis on Oct. 21. The Shield School of Business welcomed Ward to campus and the Communications...

SFU Serves Community on RED Day

Julia Willason, Staff Writer October 10, 2022

The University community came together to serve various groups and organizations in the surrounding area as a part of the Reaching-Every-Door Day of Service on Oct. 4. The service activities that various...

Executives-in-Residence Series Continues in SSOB

Executives-in-Residence Series Continues in SSOB

Julia Willason, Staff Writer September 23, 2022

Three SFU alumni will return to campus on Sept. 29 and 30 to kick off the Shields School of Business’ Fall 2022 Executives-in-Residence (EIR) Series. Through this program, alumni return to campus...

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held for St. Catherine Street Improvement Project

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held for St. Catherine Street Improvement Project

Scott Riner, Editor September 23, 2022

University and Loretto borough officials celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 2 for the St. Catherine Street Improvement Project. The project was a collaboration between the University and...

Former U.S. Attorney General William Barr Visits University

Julia Willason, Staff Writer September 20, 2022

Former U.S. attorney general William Barr - who served in two presidential administrations - visited Saint Francis on Sept. 12. His visit was organized through SFU’s Robert and Thelma Gleason Lecture...

McGinnis Named University’s Vice President for Academic Affairs

McGinnis Named University’s Vice President for Academic Affairs

Scott Riner, Editor September 1, 2022

Saint Francis University welcomes Dr. Michael McGinnis to Loretto this fall. McGinnis accepted the position of Vice President for Academic Affairs near the end of the spring semester. He assumes this...

Campus Construction Projects Moving Forward

Campus Construction Projects Moving Forward

Amber Farabaugh, Staff Writer September 1, 2022

As students returned to campus last month, they couldn’t help but notice the various construction projects currently underway at the University. “Three projects are ongoing at the moment,” said...

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