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  • Manchester magazine returns

    by Anne Gregory | Dec 15, 2022
    Check out the fall 2022 edition of Manchester magazine! 
  • Funderburg, PALNI celebrate 30 years of excellence

    by Anne Gregory | Dec 15, 2022

    Manchester University’s Funderburg Library, a founding institution of the Private Academic Library Network of Indiana (PALNI), is proudly celebrating the consortium’s 30th anniversary in 2022. Library Director Darla Haines is the board secretary. Learn more about this collaboration.

  • 3 selected for band at national conference

    by Anne Gregory | Dec 09, 2022
    Three Manchester University students have been selected to participate in the National Small College Intercollegiate Band sponsored by the College Band Director’s National Association.
    The students selected are Daniel Cornett, clarinet, a junior music education major; Alexis Crawford, French horn, senior music education major; and Erika Renbarger, flute, senior biology-chemistry major. Learn more.
  • Gordon elected as a Distinguished Fellow

    by Anne Gregory | Dec 08, 2022
    Sarah Gordon, associate professor of pharmacy practice, has been elected as a Distinguished Fellow of the National Academies of Practice (NAP) in Pharmacy. A Distinguished Practitioner, Scholar or Policy Fellow within NAP is a very high honor that acknowledges outstanding achievements. 
     Class of 2023 fellows will be inducted at the NAP annual meeting and forum taking place March 30–April 1 in Washington, D.C.

  • Gurung research on resettlement published in peace journal

    by Anne Gregory | Nov 30, 2022
    In “Resettlement and Peace: Experiences of Bhutanese-Nepali Refugees in a United States Rust Belt City,” he examines the resettlement experiences of Bhutanese-Nepali refugees from the perspective of economic development and post-refugee peace. Learn more.
  • Marwitz quoted in smart pump alert fatigue article

    by Anne Gregory | Nov 29, 2022
    The hospital soundscape is crowded, and filled with beeps and alerts signaling different problems—some urgent and others ultimately insignificant. Many of these alerts come from smart infusion pumps meant to reduce medication errors. Kathryn Marwitz, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences at Manchester, is quoted extensively in Data, Teamwork Thwart Smart Pump Alert Fatigue in the Specialty Pharmacy Continuum.

  • McKenna-Buchanan joins CSCA Executive Board

    by Anne Gregory | Nov 21, 2022
    Tim McKenna-Buchanan, associate professor of communication studies, has been elected to the Central States Communication Association Executive Board as member-at-large. Learn more.
  • Havens finishes exceptional season

    by Anne Gregory | Nov 20, 2022
    Competing at the NCAA Division III National Championships in East Lansing, Michigan, Havens placed 247th overall. Learn more. 
  • Oke offers joyful ‘In the Garden’ exhibit

    by Anne Gregory | Nov 14, 2022

    “In the Garden” by Associate Professor Ejenobo Oke is showing through April 7 in Gallery G on the second floor of the Jo Young Switzer Center on the North Manchester campus. Learn more.

  • Manchester takes 2022 HCAC Women’s XC Title

    by Anne Gregory | Nov 01, 2022
    Manchester University won the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference 2022 Women’s Cross Country Championship at the Bluffton University Nature Preserve Cross Country Course. Learn more.