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SU commencement speakers announced
An alumni and the retired SU Foundation president and CEO will speak during Shippensburg University’s commencement programs.
Dr. Vereen is NARACES Counselor Educator of the Year
Vereen received the award at the NARACES board meeting at the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision conference.
Ship faculty member to perform a musical travelogue
The concert will feature piano music by Spanish composers, and take listeners on a musical journey through the cities of Spain.
Ship student wins Pennsylvania Historical Association award
Frank Grumbine is the 2017 recipient of the William Pencak Prize recognizing excellence in undergraduate research and writing.
Ship gives back during homecoming celebration
Ship students raised over $16,000 for two area non-profit organizations during its homecoming celebration last month.
Shippensburg University offers entrepreneur training
Aspiring entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in an intense 3-day training.
Ship’s ‘Diggin’ History!’ series presents Frank Grumbine
In his presentation Grumbine tells the story of the horrific damage caused by Hurricane Agnes.
Shippensburg University Community Orchestra to perform
Guests will be joined by violinist Lin He, performing the concerto in E Minor by Felix Mendelssohn.
Ship planetarium show schedule
The Dibert-Roddick Planetarium at Shippensburg University will host two shows to close out its 2017 schedule.
Ship ROTC to host Veterans Day ceremony
The Nov. 10 ceremony will feature speaker Lt. Col. Christopher Morton, professor and chair of the Department of Military Science.
Ship presents international travel series
Ship's Dr. Kurt Kraus will present “Scaling the Heights of Happiness in the Kingdom of Bhutan,” on Nov. 8.
Ship’s Little Princess Playhouse announces show times
The fall performance includes “Cinderella” and “The Royal Gong Show” in the Stewart Hall Children’s Theatre.
Ellen DeGeneres recognizes Shippensburg University student
DeGeneres called Bauer from the studio audience and presented him with $10,000 as part of Ellen’s “One Million Acts of Good” challenge.
Shippensburg University places fifth in Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge
With over 400 active participants logging outdoor activity in support of Ship, the university placed fifth in its division and first in its region.
Fashion Archives and Museum invites you to tea
You're invited to an afternoon of tea and fashion featuring the “Tea Lady,” Judy Larkin, on Nov. 9 at 2 p.m.
Ship to host 'Women, religion and leadership' panel
On Oct. 30, at 6:30 p.m., Ship will host the panel presentation "Women, religion, and leadership: Female saints as unexpected leaders."
Poet David Lehman to speak at Shippensburg University
David Lehman will present "The Best American Poet(ry)" at Ship on Oct. 26 at 6:30 p.m. in the Old Main chapel.
Ship to host Ethnic Studies movie night
On Oct. 24 Shippensburg University will feature the film “Loving” during its Ethnic Studies movie night. Showtime is 6:30 p.m. in the Orndorff Theatre.
Ship celebrates International Education Week
Ship will celebrate International Education Week starting Oct. 23, by featuring the documentary “I Am Eleven,” beginning at 7 p.m. in Grove Hall forum.
Ship student starts Little Free Library
The Little Free Library is a nationwide free book exchange program that aims to increase access to books for readers of all ages and backgrounds.
‘Diggin’ History!’ series features material culture historian
A. Newbold Richardson will discuss school girl needlework and women’s education in America from 1750 to 1900.
Shippensburg University homecoming set for Oct. 20-21
Shippensburg University’s 2017 homecoming celebration is set for Friday and Saturday, Oct. 20–21 and this year’s theme is “Ship Is It.”
Ship celebrates Day of Human Understanding
The day will feature a lecture by author Gish Jen at 7 p.m. in the Luhrs Performing Arts Center.
Ship hosts Amelia Gapin lecture on trans identity
Gapin’s lecture, “I Am Entirely Me,” focuses on her very public transition and will educate the campus community on the complexities of her trans identity.
Red Raider Football Welcomes Six-Year-Old Gunnar Downie
Gunnar was accompanied by members of his family and surrounded by the Red Raiders as he sat with head coach Mark 'Mac' Maciejewski to sign up for the squad.
SUTV receives collegiate Emmy®
Marina Barnett '17 earned recognition for her public affairs/community service piece produced for SUTV.
Ship student veterans host 9/11 ceremony
A total of 2,996 American flags were placed in the quad to honor each life lost on Sept. 11, 2001.
Ship’s ‘Diggin’ History!’ series returns
Tyler Gum, will highlight his experiences in the field of public history, and his work at the Pennsylvania Military Museum.
Ship student attends The Harrisburg Internship Semester
James Korman is working in the office of state House Speaker Michael Turzai as part of a 15-week internship.
Ship to host talk on disability and the power of humor
Speakers will explore the ways in which humor has been used to disrupt taken for granted ideas about what it means to be disabled.
Ship to compete in 2017 Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge
Ship will compete against more than 90 colleges from across the country, logging points over a four-week period for various outdoor activities.
Ship’s Dr. Odhiambo to discuss debut novel
Odhiambo’s novel is inspired by her own experiences growing up in a Luo village in Kenya and her studies of HIV/AIDS education in Kenyan schools.
SU signs MOU with The Milton Hershey School
The purpose of the MOU is to formalize and expand a partnership between MHS in order to provide focused and sustained support to low-income, first-generation college students.
Jeff Coy elected chair of SU Council of Trustees
Coy previously served on the Council of Trustees from 1975-1982, including serving as chair for three years, and the State System Board of Governors from 1985 to 2005.
Fourth engineering program approved at SU
The new program, offered through College of Arts and Science’s Computer Science and Engineering Department, will be Ship’s fourth engineering program.
Sustainability program approved at SU
The program, offered through the Geography/Earth Science Department, will prepare students for careers in sustainability and resource conservation and management.
Lyman named ACAO Digital Fellow
Dr. Barbara Lyman is one of 32 provosts and chief academic officers from across the nation selected for the ACAO Digital Fellowship Program.
Luhrs Center director named
Vickie Hubbard recently was named director of the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center at Shippensburg University.
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