Jacquie Fox O’Hara ’06, G’07, and Peter DeLong ’14, G’16 are helping Jaden Leiby, a North Schuylkill High School football star, on his road to recovery from a terrible spinal cord injury.
In this tweet from Magee Rehabilitation – DeLong and service dog, Nigel, help Jaden with his balance and perseverance.
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In the past six years, Scranton has educated 289 international students representing five continents and 50 countries, from Argentina and Azerbaijan to Vietnam and Zambia. Among the 289, 224 have been graduate students.
We can’t wait to meet our Mumbai Alumni again!
The University of Scranton will host an Alumni Dinner at the Hyatt Regency Mumbai, Sahar Airport Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, Jan. 24 at 6 p.m.
Gerry Zaboski ’87, vice president for Enrollment Management & External Affairs, will host the dinner and will discuss the possiblity of establishing The University of Scranton Alumni Club of India. To register for the event, visit this link.
Previously a dedicated intern and graduate assistant in the Center for Career Development, Bre has a demonstrated history of experience preparing students of all majors and experience levels for success. Throughout her time at Scranton, Bre worked in various settings such as The Leahy Clinic, The Jesuit Center, The Cross Cultural Center, and most extensively, The Center for Career Development.
Bre’s career development journey started as an undergraduate intern working under Frank Gilmartin. As a graduate student, Bre continued her time in the Career Center as the office graduate assistant, working primarily under Cheryl Collarini. In conjunction to this role, Bre also worked as a full-time graduate career coaching intern under Chris Whitney, where she built relationships with and provided coaching to Scranton students/alumni from various years, majors, disciplines and interest areas.
Presently, Bre is a National Certified Counselor (NCC), working diligently to assist students with their identified career endeavors and goals as a career advisor at East Stroudsburg University. Bre recommends that students become active participants in their own education starting by filling free time with experiences that provide opportunities for growth and development. Most importantly, she encourage students reflect upon their experiences and learn to truly appreciate them and express gratitude for them. #JesuitEducated #RoyalCareers
Learn more about Clinical Mental Health Counseling here.
Melissa Loughney, an alumna of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, is working to make healthcare affordable to all who need it.
“Mental health care is essential,” Loughney said. Find out what she is doing to help provide care to those with less or no insurance!
Click here to read the entire article in The Times Tribune!
Learn more about out Clinical Mental Health Counseling program.