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Cheyney University Professor Making Mark in US and Abroad

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Gedeon M Mudacumura, Associate Professor of Public Administration in Cheyney University's Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences, joined the Cheyney University faculty in 2009. In addition to teaching classes, Dr. Mudacumura has been actively collaborating with his peers on many international issues which are relevant to the field of public administration.

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Principal Certificate Program (K-12) Will Be Offered at Cheyney University Center City Location This Fall

Friday, June 29, 2012

Beginning in Fall, 2012, a Principal Certificate Program (K-12) is being offered at Cheyney University's Center City site at 701 Market Street. Through eight courses and several internship experiences, students who complete the program will receive the certificate of completion. The Principal Certification Program curriculum is aligned with state and national professional standards.

CU Instrumental in Planning The First International Conference on Democratic Governance On August 8-9

Monday, June 25, 2012

The First International Conference on Democratic Governance will be held on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania, Houston Hall, on August 8-9, 2012. This event is organized by Cheyney University's Master of Public Administration Program in collaboration with the African & Caribbean Business Council and AMEPPA. The conference will bring together an international group of scholars and practitioners from diverse disciplines to explore multiple facets of the problems of democratic governance, particularly as they relate to corruption.

Take an Aquaculture Tour, See a Planetarium Show and Take Part in Inquiry Learning all in One Day!

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

We invite you to come and explore our Aquaculture Research and Education Center (AREL) here at Cheyney University. A FREE field trip for the day will give your students a chance to see science in action. Students will encounter various species of fish and aquatic invertebrates. Research scientist will be available to speak with students and answer questions. All visits can be tailored to meet specific state standards.

A Message From the Provost

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Department of Professional Studies will no longer include programs or faculty in the area of Recreation/Leisure Studies or Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management. The Department of Professional Studies will now only include programs in Business and current areas of concentration; and, the program in Fashion Merchandising and Management. Programs in Recreation/Leisure Studies and Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management will form the new Department of Recreation and Hospitality Studies.

The National Society of Minorities in Hospitality NSMH Cheyney Chapter and the Freshman Class Holiday Fundraiser

Monday, November 8, 2010

The National Society of Minorities in Hospitality - NSMH Cheyney Chapter (under the direction of Prof. Shawn Murray) and the Freshman Class are teaming up for a holiday fundraiser. We will be selling a select variety of cheesecakes for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday. Orders can be accepted now through December 1, 2010 and may be securely purchased online using PayPal or you may purchase your cheesecake at the University’s Campus Store.