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Episode 11: A Conversation With Marilyn (Bogusch) Pryle '91, G'97, Pennsylvania 2019 Teacher Of The Year

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Release Date: 09/04/2019

The Gail And Francis Slattery Center For The Ignatian Humanities Presents: The Feast Of St. Ignatius Of Loyola With Father Marina And Kathleen Wallace '23 show art The Gail And Francis Slattery Center For The Ignatian Humanities Presents: The Feast Of St. Ignatius Of Loyola With Father Marina And Kathleen Wallace '23

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On today's episode, guest host Kathleen Wallace '23, a philosophy and theology double major, sits down with the Rev. Joseph G. Marina, S.J., our newly-minted 29th president, to discuss the life and work of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuit order and the creator of the Spiritual Exercises, in celebration of his Feast Day. 

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On today’s episode, guest host Ryan Maguire ‘22, a Biochemistry major minoring in Theology, sits down with Dr. Robert W. Shaffern, Professor of Medieval History at The University of Scranton, to discuss the life and work of the recently canonized Saint John Henry Newman, also known as Cardinal Newman. 

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On today’s episode, guest host Casey Welby of the Class of 2021, a double major in Classical Languages and History who is double-minoring in Italian and Art History, sits down with Christian Krokus, Ph.D., an associate professor in the Theology and Religious Studies department at The University of Scranton, to discuss the life and legacy of St. Francis of Assisi, including his remarkable foresight, his unshakable faith, and his lasting influence on St. Ignatius of Loyola.  

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The Slattery Center Presents: A Birthday Party For Sor Juana With Dr. Michelle Maldonado & Dominique Preate '23 show art The Slattery Center Presents: A Birthday Party For Sor Juana With Dr. Michelle Maldonado & Dominique Preate '23

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On today’s episode, guest host Dominique Preate of the class of 2023, a Philosophy major minoring in Biology and Spanish, sits down with Dr. Michelle Maldonado, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University, to discuss the life and work of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, a writer, philosopher and poet sometimes referred to as “The Phoenix of Mexico,” on the 372ndanniversary of her birth.

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The Slattery Center Presents: A Birthday Party For Ellacuria with Dr. Teresa Grettano & Molly Elkins '21 show art The Slattery Center Presents: A Birthday Party For Ellacuria with Dr. Teresa Grettano & Molly Elkins '21

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On today’s episode, guest host Molly Elkins ‘21, a Presidential Scholar who is double majoring in Philosophy and Biochemistry, Cell, and Molecular Biology, sits down with Dr. Teresa Grettano, Associate Professor of English & Theater and the Director of the First-Year Writing Program at the University, to discuss the life of Ignacio Ellacuria, S.J., one of the Jesuit martyrs from the Salvadoran Civil War, on what would have been his 90th birthday.

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On today’s episode, we sit down with Professor Paul M. Jackowitz '77, assistant professor of computing sciences at the University, to discuss the 50thanniversary of the computing sciences at Scranton, his student days and the lone, room-sized computer the University housed, his time on the faculty, and the evolution of the program from punch cards to pcs to smartphones and beyond. Read The Scranton Journal's profile on Paul at https://bit.ly/2HIG1pv.

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The Slattery Center Presents: A Birthday Party for Bellarmine with Father Pilarz and Tim Cody ’21 show art The Slattery Center Presents: A Birthday Party for Bellarmine with Father Pilarz and Tim Cody ’21

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With today’s inaugural episode, The Gail and Francis Slattery Center for the Humanities is launching its new Birthday Party Podcast Series celebrating the lives and birthdays of intellectual figures important to the University’s Ignatian character and mission. Today, our podcast party for St. Robert Bellarmine is thrown by the Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., University President, and Tim Cody ’21, a senior biology major who was recently awarded a research fellowship through the Slattery Center.

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The Scranton Shorts Podcast Presents: An Interview With The Rev. Brendan Lally, S.J. '70 show art The Scranton Shorts Podcast Presents: An Interview With The Rev. Brendan Lally, S.J. '70

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On today’s episode honoring the 40th anniversary of the martyrdom of Saint Oscar Romero, the Archbishop of San Salvador, El Salvador, who was assassinated for speaking out against the civil war in El Salvador, we’re honored to feature an excerpt from an interview we recently conducted with the Rev. Brendan Lally, S.J. '70, former Chaplain at the University and current Chaplain at Saint Joseph’s University, that details how and why the University began sending members of its community to El Salvador.

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The Scranton Shorts Podcast Presents: The University of Scranton Alumni Book Club Discussion of The Scranton Shorts Podcast Presents: The University of Scranton Alumni Book Club Discussion of "Tattoos On The Heart" by Greg Boyle, S.J., Part 2

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On this very special episode of The Scranton Shorts Podcast, we present the second session of The University of Scranton Alumni Book Club’s online group discussion of  “Tattoos On The Heart: The Power of Endless Compassion” by the Rev. Gregory Boyle, S.J., led by the Rev. Patrick Rogers, S.J., executive director of The Jesuit Center the University, and the Rev. James Redington, S.J., Jesuit fellow at The Jesuit Center. To learn more about or to join the club, visit scranton.edu/alumnibookclub.

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On this very special episode, we're proud to share the inaugural session of The University of Scranton Alumni Book Club’s online discussion of  “Tattoos On The Heart: The Power of Endless Compassion” by the Rev. Gregory Boyle, S.J., led by the Rev. Patrick Rogers, S.J., executive director of The Jesuit Center at The University of Scranton, and the Rev. James Redington, S.J., Jesuit fellow at The Jesuit Center. To learn more about or to join this unique Scranton group, visit scranton.edu/alumnibookclu

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On today's episode of The Scranton Shorts Podcast, we sit down with educator, author, and Pennsylvania 2019 Teacher of the Year Marilyn (Bogusch) Pryle '91, G'97 to discuss her student days as the University's first All-American swimmer, her time abroad in the Jesuit International Volunteer Corps, and why she believes every teacher should have a mission statement.