Marywood University Student Receives a Scholarship from the Society of the Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick of Lackawanna County
Marywood University student Margaret Presnal, Sayreville, NJ, was recently awarded the Dr. John H. Corcoran Scholarship from the Society of the Friendly Sons of Saint Patrick of Lackawanna County. In hopes of enlarging an appreciation of Irish heritage, culture and faith, the Dr. John H. Corcoran Scholarship is awarded to a student of Marywood University, in alternate years, who is desirous of studying in Ireland for a semester. The scholarship winner is chosen based on a grade point average of 3.0 or above, service, activities, interest, work experience, a personal statement and essay, and letters of recommendation.
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Front row (sitting) left to right: Margaret Presnal, recipient of the Dr. John H. Corcoran Scholarship, Sr. Anne Munley, IHM, Ph.D., president of Marywood University
Second row (standing) left to right: Dr. Christopher J. Speicher, associate professor of business at Marywood University, Thomas Cummings, Sr., Judge Patrick J. Cummings, Judge Richard P. Conaboy, Richard Conaboy, Jr., James J. Haggerty, Jr., Dr. Erin Sadlack, associate professor of English at Marywood University.