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Brianna Perna, MS in Curriculum and Instruction, Class of 2016

Brianna Perna, MS in Curriculum and Instruction, Class of 2016

The New Jersey high school teacher received a Bisk Foundation Teacher Education Scholarship to help with tuition costs as she pursued her graduate degree at The University of Scranton.


Online Degree Program Preparing Teacher for Next Career Step

Online Degree Program Preparing Teacher for Next Career Step

As the recipient of a Bisk Foundation Teacher Education Scholarship, Diana Mai will receive a tuition discount as she pursues her Master’s in Educational Administration at The University of Scranton.


Scholarship Helping Teacher Make Dream a Reality

Scholarship Helping Teacher Make Dream a Reality

Amanda Cossman, a charter school teacher in Pennsylvania, will receive a 25% tuition discount while she pursues her MS in Educational Administration degree 100% online at The University of Scranton.


Samantha Muth, Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction

Samantha Muth, Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction

Muth is setting a great example for her students. She has been awarded a Bisk Foundation Teacher Education Scholarship to The University of Scranton, where she will pursue a Master's in Curriculum and Instruction.


Husband-and-Wife Educators Find Value in Scranton Program

Husband-and-Wife Educators Find Value in Scranton Program

When educator Timothy Charleston was considering an online degree program, he didn't have to go far for a recommendation. His wife, Kristen, graduated from The University of Scranton with a Master's in Curriculum and Instruction.


Christine Buck, MS in Educational Administration, Class of 2013

Christine Buck, MS in Educational Administration, Class of 2013

Christine Buck is ready to put her master's degree in Educational Administration to use in an administrative position. Not just any position, though. Buck is seeking an assistant principal or athletic director position.


Hope Grochmall, Master's in Educational Administration, Class of 2015

Hope Grochmall, Master's in Educational Administration, Class of 2015

Family influenced Hope Grochmall's decision to become an educator, and also her decision to earn her Master's in Educational Administration from Scranton.


Rosina Falcone Mitchell, Master's in Curriculum and Instruction, Class of 2013

Rosina Falcone Mitchell, Master's in Curriculum and Instruction, Class of 2013

Combined with her lifelong dream to teach, Mitchell's MS in Curriculum and Instruction degree has had a profound impact on her profession and already is paying dividends.


Benjamin Alexander, MS in Educational Administration, Class of 2015

Benjamin Alexander, MS in Educational Administration, Class of 2015

Dum Spero Spiro: While I breathe, I hope. "I think that suits me and my life," said Benjamin Alexander, an Asheville, N.C., high school teacher who is pursuing his master's degree in Educational Administration online at The University of Scranton.


Stella Matera, Master’s in Educational Administration

Stella Matera, Master’s in Educational Administration

New Jersey science teacher Stella Matera says she found a quality program that fit her schedule in The University of Scranton’s 100% online MS in Educational Administration.