Golden Grad Class of 1965 reunites for their 50th class reunion.
ESU Marine Science alumni: Reconnect on the Eastern Shore Did you participate in programs at the Marine Science Consortium as a student at East Stroudsburg University? We’d love to catch up with you! We are sure that you have grown quite a bit since your college days, and so have we! You may have noticed that we have even changed our name from the Marine Science Consortium to Chincoteague Bay Field Station.
ESU Graduate Student Helps Promote Community Playground Oliver Trojak could have taken a few shortcuts, or at least chosen a simpler project.With his already packed schedule consisting of a full-time and a part-time job, few people would have criticized him. That wasn’t in the plans for the East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania graduate student seeking his master’s in professional and new media writing.
Richard D. Santoro named Executive Director of the East Stroudsburg University Foundation Richard D. Santoro has been named Executive Director of the East Stroudsburg University (ESU) Foundation, effective June 1, 2015. The appointment was announced today by ESU Foundation Board Chair and Alumnus Robert Willever ’75. As Executive Director, Mr. Santoro will report directly to the ESU Foundation Board of Directors and will be responsible for providing strategic leadership and management for the joint fundraising efforts of the ESU Foundation and the Office of University Advancement including board relations, financial operations, investment management and administrative direction.
Just released: Spring 2015 Edition of the Alumni Herald The Spring 2015 edition of the Alumni Herald takes a closer look at all that’s been accomplished in the three-years since President Marcia G. Welsh, Ph.D., has taken office. Our online edition also features alumni who are doing amazing things around the world and, of course, campus news, upcoming events, news on Homecoming Weekend 2015, Class Notes, and more! CLICK HERE to enjoy the latest edition of the Alumni Herald.
ESU Graduate Student Set to Study Frogs in Costa Rica Beimfohr, a graduate student studying biology from Oxford, Pa., will be spending her summer studying frogs. She recently received a $1,000 Pennsylvania System of Higher Education (PASSHE) grant to help fund her research. Beimfohr applied for the grant, which is specific to graduate students, through ESU’s Foundation website.
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