With a little more than two months at the president’s desk, Laurie Carter is setting her sights on Shippensburg University’s major problem — a declining enrollment rate — but this is not going to be an easy beast to take down.
More than 130 organizations filled Shippensburg University’s ShipRec on Thursday afternoon to speak with undergraduate and graduate students about internships and job opportunities at the fall Career Fair.
Amid a transition period within the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) and its universities, the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF) is prepared to continue its focus on students and lowering the cost of the state’s tuition.
On Wednesday afternoon, members of the Shippensburg community turned toward South Mountain as a great eruption of smoke boiled high into the sky and left a blanket trail draped across the mountain for miles.
Shippensburg University’s Charles H. Diller Jr. Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and Innovation hosts its Career and Innovation Hour tonight, allowing students to explore future job opportunities and network with local businesses.
Clarion University withdrew a letter of retrenchment Sept. 22, eliminating the possibility of faculty cuts at the end of the academic school year and leaving Cheyney University letter as the last remaining after five letters were submitted during the spring of 2017.
Two speakers from the University of South Florida (USF), hosted a program titled “Seriously Funny: Disability and the Paradoxical Power of Humor” Thursday, to show how humor can be used by people with disabilities to tell their stories and experiences of living with a disability.
While talk of the termination of the United States’ Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program continues to circulate through the national media, the conversation made its way to Shippensburg University on Thursday evening in the form of a criminal justice symposium.
Shippensburg University’s “Diggin’ History” lecture series began Wednesday evening with “Honor, Service, Legacy — The Pennsylvania Military Museum,” presented by SU alumnus and Pennsylvania Military Museum Director Tyler Gum.
A Shippensburg University alumna was presented a collegiate Emmy last weekend for a community service package made for SU’s television station, SUTV, which provided an inside look into the life of a woman who raises guide dogs.