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We've got a Friend: Seton Hill Arts Center Recognized by 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania
Tuesday, February 09, 2016

 Larry Segal, Chair of 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania, 10,000 FriendsBoard Member Chris Terlizzi, Mary Finger, Christine Mueseler, and Jack Machek, president of 10,000 Friends at the Commonwealth Awards event.

The Seton Hill Arts Center, which opened in the fall in downtown Greensburg, was honored by 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania with the Gold Commonwealth Award for the University's role in expanding economic development in the community.
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A Life Saver: Senior Chris Miller Assists Man in Cardiac Arrest
Tuesday, February 09, 2016




Seton Hill senior Chris Miller recently helped save the life of a man who had gone into cardiac arrest at a fitness center. Chris, a member of the baseball team, used an AED to shock the man's heart back into rhythm. Chris learned CPR and AED during an Exercise Science class at Seton Hill during the fall semester.

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Giving Back: Art Gallery Named for Jodee Harris '92
Tuesday, February 09, 2016

 Curt Scheib, Mary Finger and Jodee Harris '92 in front of the gallery named for Jodee at the Seton Hill Arts Center.

Alumna Jodee Harris '92 visited the Seton Hill Arts Center with her husband, Michael Broglio, and mother, Martha Hunter, to tour the art gallery named in her honor. Jodee visited with President Mary C. Finger, Curt Scheib, Chair of the Division of Visual and Performing Arts, and other Seton Hill staff members to see the gallery she supported with a leadership donation. Jodee, who serves as a Vice President with First Commonwealth Advisors,  spoke warmly of the faculty and staff at Seton Hill, particularly the late Josefa Filkosky, who guided her during her time as a student and in her professional life. The Tribune-Review captured the visit in photos published in the Out & About section. 
An International Leader: Student Dipeeka Bastola Pilots Financial Education Program in Nepal
Tuesday, February 09, 2016

Dipeeka Bastola (front row, far right) in the classroom.

Dipeeka Bastola, a senior at Seton Hill from Nepal, used the semester break at home to pilot her financial education program for Nepalese public school students. Dipeeka’s project—Artha: Finance for Young Minds—is a financial education program for low income and underprivileged youth that was recognized by the Clinton Global Initiative University program last year.

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