University News

Jun 29 2021
Edinboro University faculty member Dr. Robert Bernard Hass, from the English & Philosophy Department, is one of nine national speakers invited to present at “A Symposium of Poetry and Power,” a free online screening of...
Jun 24 2021
Dr. Andrew R. Smith, who teaches in Edinboro’s Department of Communication, Journalism and Media, will be one of four keynote speakers addressing these topics and more at the international conference “Re-envisioning Higher...
Jun 23 2021
Edinboro University’s Fighting Scots Battalion welcomed Lieutenant Colonel Colby Krug to the cadre last week as the next commander of the ROTC program and a professor of military science.
Jun 7 2021
Edinboro University and Erie County Community College of Pennsylvania (ECCCPA) signed an articulation agreement Monday that creates the public-to-public connection, which will enable students to easily transfer from the community...
Jun 3 2021
Edinboro University’s Chemistry Department is upgrading essential laboratory equipment, thanks to funding from the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh.
Jun 2 2021
Edinboro University’s undergraduate Journalism major and minor – which is offered through the Communication, Journalism and Media Department – earned the No. 29 rank among Study.com’s Best Bachelor Degree Programs...
May 26 2021
Brian Fuller, assistant Professor of Digital Filmmaking at Edinboro University, was honored with a Silver Telly Award for “ART100 Videoscape” – a film featuring work by faculty and graduates of the Edinboro University’s...
May 25 2021
Edinboro University faculty members are joining experts across Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education to expand summer learning opportunities for college and high school students, thanks to funding from the National...
May 12 2021
Mill Village, Pa., native Bradley Peters, who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Public Relations, represented the Class of 2021 during Edinboro University’s virtual undergraduate commencement ceremony...
May 6 2021
With construction set to begin in August, the Baron-Forness Library building will close its front doors to visitors at the end of business on Friday, May 7.