Welcome to ESU Homecoming 2019: Ignite your Spirit
ESU looks forward to seeing everyone at Homecoming 2019. This year,
we have made some enhancements to ensure that you, your classmates,
family members, and friends have a time that they will never forget.
As we lead up to Homecoming 2019, keep your eyes open for e-mails and social media that will update you on our schedule.
We are also asking that you visit our Facebook page and post photos of ESU memories, and past Homecomings using the hashtag #esuhomecoming2019. We will be displaying these pictures throughout the weekend at our events.
The Classes of 1954 and 1969 will be celebrating their reunions on campus during Homecoming. For details, contact the Office of Alumni Engagement at (570) 422-3194. SEE THE SCHEDULE.
The East Stroudsburg University sports information department unveiled the redesigned ESUWarriors.com on Wednesday, debuting a new look and updated features for the official athletics website of ESU.
The redesign, which debuted Wednesday afternoon, was revamped in a collaborative effort with college athletics website provider SIDEARM Sports and the ESU sports information office. The new-look home for ESU’s 22 varsity athletics programs features a modern design, easier navigation, and integration with Warriors athletics social media platforms.
Additionally, the new layout now boasts a responsive layout that will automatically adapt to a user’s custom screen resolution and browser settings, as well as mobile devices and tablets.
“We look forward to growing our partnership with SIDEARM sports for this upcoming athletic year and beyond as we continue to enhance and grow East Stroudsburg University’s presence online,” said Doug Page, ESU Assistant Sports Information Director. “SIDEARM has been awesome to work with throughout this entire process and we look forward to continuing to provide an outlet for our student-athletes, fans, and supporters who follow Warrior athletics to stay up-to-date.”
Among the improvements, visitors will now have quicker access to schedules and rosters, a more comprehensive all-sports calendar, and a static ticker that scrolls through recent scores and upcoming games. Other improvements include easier access to photo galleries and video highlights as well as fan zone content.
CHECK IT OUT!
The Spring/Summer 2019 issue of
the Alumni Herald connects you with Dr. Deborah Gebhardt ’69, a Warrior
whose professional and personal journey has been far from ordinary.
She’s a scientist focused on issues related to health, fitness and
workplace safety, an entrepreneur, accomplished educator as well as
coach who has led women’s collegiate teams to the playoffs. This year,
she returns to ESU as part of the Class of 1969 reunion celebration.
CLICK HERE to read online.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at
East Stroudsburg University is seeking participants for a research study
on the effects Rheumatic Disease and Inflammatory Arthritis have on
hearing, cognition, and language. Volunteers will be asked to complete a
survey and have the option of participating in a comprehensive hearing
assessment and/or comprehensive language and cognitive-linguistic
assessment. Participation would involve one to two sessions, each of
which is 45 minutes to two hours long, depending on the number of
components of the study in which participants choose to participate.
Volunteers with and without Rheumatic Disease/Inflammatory Arthritis are
The research study, which will help further understand the diseases
and explore potential therapy and treatment techniques, will take place
at the Speech and Hearing Center located in Monroe Hall on the campus of
For more information about this study, or to volunteer as a
participant please contact LuAnn Batson Magnuson, Ph.D., associate
professor of communication sciences and disorders at 570-422-3311 or email@example.com, or Susan Dillmuth-Miller, Au.D., assistant professor of communication sciences and disorders at 570-422-3684 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
It has been a busy spring and we’ve got photos on Flickr to share! Alumni events, the ESU Foundation Scholarship Dinner, the Creekview Park dedication and Genetics Institute renaming are just a few!
To see photos from our recent events CLICK HERE.
Stroudsburg University’s new baseball and softball fields will be
formally dedicated at 11 a.m. on April 5, 2019, at the Creekview Park
Complex in Stroudsburg, Pa. Following the dedication ceremony, the ESU
baseball and softball teams will host West Chester University in
doubleheaders beginning at 1 p.m.
The East Stroudsburg
University Foundation’s $1.8 million fundraising campaign provided for
the installation of artificial turf, dugouts, batting cages, and
bleachers. The enhancement project was completed this March and will
provide athletes of all ages a state-of-the-art facility in which to
East Stroudsburg University, the Stroud Township Board of
Supervisors, Stroudsburg Little League, and the ESU Foundation broke
ground for the new fields on May 3, 2018. In addition to the Warriors’
baseball and softball teams, the fields will accommodate Stroudsburg
Little League, whose season began March 10.
The public is invited
to attend the dedication ceremony. For more information on the event,
please contact the ESU Foundation at 570-422-3156 or email@example.com.
East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania has announced Beartown, by Frederik Backman, as its choice for the 2019-2020 One Book, One Campus program, which is intended to promote deep reading, critical thinking and unity among members of the campus and local communities. Alumni are invited to participate.
Now in its seventh year, the program will feature book discussions around themes of Beartown throughout the fall 2019 semester. LEARN MORE.
East Stroudsburg University President Marcia G. Welsh, Ph.D., and Director of Athletics Dr. Gary Gray officially unveiled new team rooms available for immediate use at Whitenight Field and Koehler Fieldhouse in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday. READ MORE.
Don’t miss this feature! A Pocono Record writer spent the day shadowing ESU football coach Jimmy Terwilliger. A glimpse into training and more! CLICK HERE to read.
The East Stroudsburg University Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Breakfast was held January 21, 2019. This celebration is a significant and symbolic event in the East Stroudsburg community as it is the largest program in the area honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
See photos from the event by CLICKING HERE.