Nine Alumni to be Inducted Into Athletic Hall of Fame
Posted Friday, August 10 2018
Saint Vincent College will induct nine individual alumni into its Athletic Hall of Fame during a reception and dinner to be held at the Fred M. Rogers Center at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15.
Political Science Professor Publishes First Book
Posted Monday, July 30 2018
Dr. Jerome Foss, associate professor of political science at Saint Vincent College recently published his first book: Constitutional Democracy and Judicial Supremacy: John Rawls and the Transformation of American Politics, published by Cambria Press in Amherst, New York.
Seminar 'Export Transactions Made Simple' to be Held on Aug. 10
Posted Thursday, July 26 2018
Saint Vincent College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is offering the seminar, Export Transactions Made Simple, on Friday, Aug. 10, from 12:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Saint Vincent Summer Theatre Rehearsing Comedy 'Leading Ladies' Opening Aug. 2
Posted Thursday, July 26 2018
Saint Vincent College Summer Theatre is currently in rehearsals for the hit musical comedy production Leading Ladies, opening Aug. 2, directed by Greggory Brandt, the third show of the theatre’s 50th season.
SBDC Hosts 'The First Step to Small Business Success' Aug. 8
Posted Monday, July 23 2018
Saint Vincent College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is offering the seminar, The First Step to Small Business Success, on Wednesday, Aug. 8, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on the campus of Saint Vincent College.
Dr. Caryl Fish Named to the POGIL Project Steering Committee
Posted Thursday, July 19 2018
Dr. Caryl Fish, professor of interdisciplinary science and chair of the interdisciplinary science department at Saint Vincent College, was recently named to the nine-member steering committee of the POGIL Project.
SVC To Host 53rd Annual Pittsburgh Steelers Summer Training Camp
Posted Wednesday, July 18 2018
Saint Vincent College will extend its campus hospitality to the Pittsburgh Steelers players, coaches, staff and thousands of fans for the 53rd consecutive year this summer.
Five Recent Graduates Accepted into Disney's College Program
Posted Monday, July 16 2018
ive Saint Vincent College recent graduates were accepted into the Disney College Program for the 2018 fall season, a five- to-seven month-long paid internship that provides participants with on-the-job experience and training, networking opportunities and career development opportunities.
Graduate Students Co-Author Article on Social Barriers to Operational Excellence with Professors
Posted Wednesday, July 11 2018
Dr. Michael J. Urick, graduate director of the master of science in management: Operational Excellence (MSMOE) program and associate professor of management and operational excellence at Saint Vincent College; Dr. Terrance Smith, executive director of the Kennametal Center for Operational Excellence (KCOE), Muyang Li, C’2016, G’2017, a recent MSMOE alumna; and Selin Konur, a second year MSMOE student, co-authored an article entitled, “Social Barriers to Implementing Continuous Improvement Initiatives: A Qualitative Exploration,” published in the Journal of Management for Global Sustainability.
Summer Theatre Concludes 50th Season With Farce 'Leading Ladies' Opening Aug. 2
Posted Wednesday, July 11 2018
Saint Vincent Summer Theatre will conclude the summer portion of its 50th season of professional theatre with the Ken Ludwig farce, Leading Ladies, from Aug. 2 to 19.
SVC Student Participates in Penn State Microbiology Workshop
Posted Monday, July 9 2018
Joseph Heath, a sophomore biology major at Saint Vincent College, is participating in an eight-week-long microbiology workshop hosted by Penn State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences.
Twenty-Ninth Annual Saint Vincent Summer Theatre Gala Successful
Posted Thursday, July 5 2018
More than 225 persons attended the 29th annual Saint Vincent Summer Theatre Gala at the Robert S. Carey Student Center Lounge on June 29 in celebration of the 50th season of professional theatre at Saint Vincent College with an evening of gourmet food, entertainment and the Theatre’s production of Dan Groggin’s musical comedy, “Nunsense.”
Latrobe Police Chief, a SVC Criminology Student, Presented with Two Rotary Club Awards
Posted Wednesday, June 27 2018
City of Latrobe Police Chief James R. Bumar, a graduate student in Saint Vincent College’s master of science degree program in criminology, was presented with two awards by the Latrobe Rotary Club on June 20 at DeNunzio’s Chophouse at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport in Unity Township.
SVC to Offer Carlow University Nursing Program
Posted Friday, June 22 2018
Saint Vincent College and Carlow University jointly announced today that the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing has approved their collaborative plan to offer the Carlow University four-year, bachelor of science degree in nursing (BSN) program on-site at Saint Vincent College beginning in the fall of 2019.
Summer Theatre Rehearsing for Comedy 'Nunsense' Opening June 28
Posted Wednesday, June 20 2018
Saint Vincent Summer Theatre is currently in rehearsals for the smash-hit musical comedy, Nunsense, opening on June 28, directed by Greggory Brandt, the second show of its 50th season.
Graduate Receives Outstanding Leadership Award by Pittsburgh Bureau of Police
Posted Tuesday, June 19 2018
Saint Vincent College graduate Jacob M. Noonan of Carlisle was awarded the Outstanding Leadership Award by the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police upon completion of his academy training on June 11, at a ceremony held at CCAC Northside.
SBDC Hosts 'The First Step to Small Business Success' July 11
Posted Friday, June 15 2018
Saint Vincent College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is offering the seminar, The First Step to Small Business Success, on Wednesday, July 11, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on the campus of Saint Vincent College.
SVC Reports on Student 'Bird Nerds' Participation in World Series of Birding
Posted Thursday, June 14 2018
Seven Saint Vincent College students who call themselves the Bird Nerds participated in the 35th annual World Series of Birding held on May 12 at Cape May, New Jersey, where 68 teams competed to find the most species of birds in a single 24-hour period, from 12 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.
Five Students Attend Pittsburgh Iftar Dinner, Program
Posted Tuesday, June 12 2018
Five Saint Vincent College students accepted an invitation to learn about the custom of fasting during the month-long observance of the Islamic period of Ramadan and attended the annual Humanity Day Iftar Dinner at the Islamic Center of Pittsburgh on June 7.
McCarl Gallery Plans Coverlet Exhibit on Legacies of Slavery July 2 to Jan. 11
Posted Friday, June 8 2018
The Saint Vincent College Foster and Muriel McCarl Coverlet Gallery will present an exhibit, Blood Cotton: Legacies of Slavery and Exploitation in the Decorative Textile Industry from Monday, July 2, to Friday, Jan. 11.