Mansfield University will host a Mental Health Wellness Fair on Wednesday, November 11, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Alumni Hall, Room 307. The event is free and open to the public.
All events are free and open to the public.
The MU Jazz Ensemble with vocal jazz ensemble The Mansfieldians is scheduled for Friday, Oct 23rd 7:30 PM at Steadman Theater.
The Mansfield University chapter of the Kappa Phi Club, Alpha Zeta, has been awarded the LeSourd Cup from its national organization.
First awarded in 1924, the LeSourd Cup has been awarded at the National Council of Chapters to the chapter that has demonstrated the most improvement, particularly in the areas of growth and development. This is one of three awards that can be given to an active chapter every two years.
Although the evaluation criterion have been refined and broadened over the years, the six main points used in that first year that are still used today are: Reaching the constituency, Relation to the local Church, Finance, Alumnae, Local Chapter Program Books, and Candle Beam.
“Chester and Mary Bailey were one of the most active and influential couples in the history of Mansfield,” David Cummings, Fabulous 1890s Weekend co-chair, said. “It’s only right that we honor them by dedicating this year’s celebration to their memory.”
Both were active in various community organizations. Together they ran the Mansfield Gazette for 25 years. They created the 1890s Museum Tent in 1992. Chester, a 1935 Mansfield graduate, authored five books on local history and was involved in seeing that Rt. 15 was chosen to become I-99.
“He was also influential in the design of the Tioga-Hammond Dams,” Cummings added.
A juried student art exhibit is on display at the Mansfield University Loomis Gallery. The exhibit will run through September 22.
The exhibit consists of 2D, 3D and graphic design works of MU art students.
Four Mansfield University Chemistry students, along with two MU faculty members and one former faculty member, collected water samples and performed well water quality analysis in Tioga County, PA through a grant from the Tioga County Commissioner’s Office this summer.
Students Emily Edwards, Martin Holdren, Joseph Mandeville and Megan Terrel, supervised and assisted by Professor Shaker Ramasamy, Assistant Professor Michele Conrad, both from the Department of Chemistry and Physics, and Paul Wendel, now on the faculty in the Department of Education at Otterbein University, OH, were involved in the project.
The Morris Run, PA American League Post 167 has contributed $3,000 to the Members of the Military Scholarship Fund at Mansfield University.
Post Commander Andrew Beaderman made the presentation to MU President Fran Hendricks.
“The American Legion Post 167 places high priority on furthering ones education,” Beaderman said. “Mansfield University gave us an opportunity to donate for scholarships to assist our fellow veterans.”
Area singers are invited to join the Mansfield University Festival Chorus for the 2015-16 season. The Chorus, directed by Peggy Dettwiler, will meet on Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. in Steadman Theatre which began, August 25.
During the fall semester, the Festival Chorus will perform in the annual Choral Collage in Steadman Theatre on Sunday, October 25 and the annual holiday choral concerts on December 4, 5 and 6.
Dennis Miller, director of Public Relations at Mansfield University, has been named the 2015 Max Colegrove Citizen of the Year.
The award, named in honor of the longtime Mansfield businessman and civic leader, is presented annually by the Mansfield Chamber of Commerce. Miller is the 29th recipient.
Selected after a Borough-wide nomination process, Miller received the honor for his longtime involvement with the University, the Borough and Tioga County.
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