PCPS Student Service Learning Awards

The Panuska College of Professional Studies recognizes the work of undergraduate students who demonstrate a deep commitment and passion for service that is informed by the possibilities of St. Ignatius Loyola.

Faculty, staff, and students may submit nominations on March 1st of each year to the PCPS Dean's Office. Criteria include:

    * Maintains a 3.0 cumulative grade point average or higher
   
    * Exhibits leadership skills in both academic and service pursuits
   
    * Engages in meaningful reflection that impacts the "lived experiences"
   
    * Seeks service opportunities that fulfill the mission of PCPS and the University

Ignatian Service-Learning Book Award recognizes students for their academic promise and commitment to leadership in service and embraces the ideal of being "men and women" for others in the Jesuit tradition.

Panuska Service Learning Award exemplifies the Jesuit mission of heart and hand, and models the academic ideals set forth by Father J. A. Panuska, S.J., President Emeritus of The University of Scranton, 1982-1998.

    2010/2011

  • Francesca Stanko
    • 2011

      Dean Pellegrino and Dr. Dona Bauman congratulate
      Francesca Stanko for the Panuska Service Learning Award
  • Kelly Magee
    • 2011

      Dean Pellegrino and Dr. Catherine Lovecchio congratulate
       Kelly Magee for the Ignatian Service Learning Book Award
  • 2009/2010

  • Michele Wall and Stephaine Salinis
    • 2010

      Dean Pellegrino congratulates;

      Michele Wall for the Panuska Service Learning Award and
      Stephaine Salinis for the Ignatian Service Learning Book Award
  • 2008/2009

  • Melissa Sharkey and Katherine Samuel
    • 2009

      Dean Pellegrino congratulates;

      Melissa Sharkey for the Panuska Service Learning Award and
      Katherine Samuel for the Ignatian Service Learning Book Award
  • 2007/2008

  • Siobban H. Burns and Katherine A. Mckeaney
    • 2008

      Dean Pellegrino congratulates;

      Siobban H. Burns for the Panuska Service Learning Award and
      Katherine A. Mckeaney for the Ignatian Service Learning Book Award
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