President Marcia G. Welsh, Ph.D., announces retirement

After eight years at the helm, East Stroudsburg University President Marcia G. Welsh, Ph.D., announced her retirement on Friday, January 17 in a statement to University colleagues and friends. In her message, she stated, “… I have sincerely enjoyed being a part of the Warrior family and know that, in my heart, I will always be a Warrior.”

READ ABOUT DR. WELSH’S RETIREMENT ANNOUNCEMENT.

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Just released: Fall-Winter 2019 Alumni Herald

Meet some of ESU’s wonderful GOLD alumni! These Graduates of the Last Decade are making us proud with all they have accomplished since graduating. They are also a segment of Warrior alumni the Office of Alumni Engagement looks to connect with as they lay the foundation for a robust GOLD alumni program. See if you come across any familiar faces and sign up to be included on announcements and events.

The Fall-Winter 2019 edition also features Homecoming Weekend 2019 wrap ups, alumni awards honorees and exciting news from the athletics arena…check out their new website!

Brimming with alumni news, Class Notes, campus happenings and Warrior athletic updates, the Alumni Herald keeps every Warrior in touch with their alma mater. READ THE ALUMNI HERALD.

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MLK award winners announced; tickets available to celebration

ESU selected the winners for the 2020 Boddie Scholarship, Martin Luther King Jr. awards, and the Julianna V. Bolt Art Contest. The recipients will be recognized at the 23rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Breakfast, which will be held on January 20 in the Mattioli Recreation Center on ESU’s campus from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. See the story and purchase tickets to the celebration.

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Happy Holidays from ESU!

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Check out our Event Gallery for all our Fall events

We’ve got photos from all our fall alumni events in one place. Take a look and see what fellow Warriors your recognize!

https://www.flickr.com/photos/esualumni/albums

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Homecoming Weekend registration is now open!

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.

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Have you seen the new athletics website?

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!

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The latest edition of the Alumni Herald is here

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.

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It’s golf season! Support Warrior athletic programs

ESU’s athletic programs are hosting golf outings this summer. Check out the summer schedule and sign up to support your program.

Proceeds Benefit ESU Athletic Programs & Scholarships

June 21, 2019
Athletic Golf Outing Supporting Soccer
Split Rock Golf Club

June 28, 2019
Bill Bergen Memorial Golf Tournament
Shawnee Inn

July 15, 2019
Athletic Golf Outing Supporting Baseball
Great Bear Golf Club

August 24, 2019
Athletic Golf Outing Supporting Softball 
Bethlehem Golf Club

July 26, 2019
The Jeff Dailey Memorial Golf Tournament Benefitting Men’s BasketballShawnee Inn

September 14, 2019
Athletic Golf Outing Supporting Wrestling
Shawnee Inn

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Congratulations to our Hall of Fame members

East Stroudsburg University inducted 10 individuals and two teams as the 41st class to enter the Athletic Hall of Fame on Sunday afternoon at the Stroudsmoor Country Inn.

Individuals present for the ceremony were Bob Ruckdeschel ’66 (football/track & field), Joao Luiz Ribeiro ’85 (gymnastics), Jeanne Martin ’88 (volleyball), Mike DelGrosso ’92 (basketball), Rob Stone ’98 (track & field), Kelly Wagner ’04 (field hockey/lacrosse), Vanessa Andes ’06 (cross country/track & field) and Jen Veronesi ’07 (softball). Also inducted but unable to attend were Eric Wilckens ’90 (soccer) and Kamar Samuels ’04 (soccer).

The 1968 football team, which finished 8-0-1 and shared the PSAC trophy, and the 1969 men’s tennis team, which swept all six singles and three doubles matches at the PSAC Championships, became the 20th and 21st ESU teams to enter the Hall of Fame. READ MORE.

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