Angela Campbell ’20, a sociology, criminal justice and psychology major with minors in political science and legal studies, was one of just 35 women from Pennsylvania to participate in the competitive National Education for Women’s Leadership Pennsylvania leadership this summer.
Thiel College President Susan Traverso, Ph.D., was a guest on Youngstown television station WFMJ Monday morning to discuss the College’s new graduate program.
Mary Beth Mason, Ph.D., will oversee Thiel College’s new graduate degree program as the director of the Master of Science in speech-language pathology. She will also be a Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Thiel.
Thiel College announces today its first graduate degree program—a Master of Science in speech-language pathology—was awarded candidacy status by The Council of Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, which allows the College to recruit and enroll students into the program.
Thiel College is one of only two institutions in Pennsylvania to be recognized by two nationally known and audited review boards for its environmental safety management major.
Thiel College Professor of English and Chair of the Department of English Mary Theresa Hall, Ph.D., had her review of the book “Ethics of the Art of Living Well: By Means of Knowledge of the Truth About Man, Sin and Virtue,” by D.V. Coornhert and translated by Gerrit Voogt published in a leading academic journal focused on the 16th century.
In its second year, Thiel College’s community service project for new students will expand to include the Salvation Army as a recipient for its food drive.
Thiel College Associate Professor of Psychology Kristel Gallagher, Ph.D., was recently awarded tenure.
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