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John Glenn ’05 reaches Super Bowl with Seattle Seahawks as ESU represented in Super Bowl for 5th time in 8 years

  ESU will have an alumnus coaching in the Super Bowl for the fifth time in eight years as John Glenn ’05, assistant special teams coach for the Seattle Seahawks, will make the trip to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., to face the Denver Broncos on Sunday, February 2nd.


Ketterman-Benner named 2013 USTA Middle States and Eastern Pennsylvania district coach of the year

  Moravian College head women's tennis coach Dawn Ketterman-Benner ’70 has been named the 2013 Edwin J. Faulkner College Coach of the Year and the 2013 Eastern Pennsylvania District (EPD) College Coach of the Year by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Middle States section. 


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Spring edition of Alumni Herald magazine to publish exclusively online

 Alumni Herald magazine to publish exclusively online this spring
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his spring the Alumni Herald magazine will be published exclusively online.  Make sure you have updated your contact information to receive the link to the online edition.  

 


Love, ESU Style! Share your ESU love story for the next Alumni Herald

  It was meant to be. Fate intervened and it was love at first sight!


A message from ESU President Marcia G. Welsh, Ph.D.

Click here to read a special message from ESU President Marcia G. Welsh, Ph.D. regarding the recent reorganization and retrenchment announcement. 


Bogota Public Schools name alumnus as teacher of the year recipient

The Bogota School District of Bogota, N.J., announced their winners for the teacher of the year award for the 2012-2013 school year, naming alumnus Marc Sinclair ’08 as one of the three recipients.  


2006 Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management graduate achieves success at Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort

For the sake of clarity, East Stroudsburg University calls its HRTM (Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management) program just that. But while you’ll be prepared for success in the areas of its acronym-defying title, for certain, it will also help you achieve an underlying goal implicit in those industries: HRTM will train you in the fine art of people caring.