Once a Warrior: An Evening with Jake Wood

Dorothy Dickson Darte Center for the Performing Arts 239 S River St., Wilkes-Barre, PA, United States

Presented by the Allan P. Kirby Lecture Series in Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship. What's most important in your life? Spend an evening with Jake Wood to learn how to build the team needed to make your passion a reality. Registration is strongly encouraged and walk-ins are welcome. Registration is required…

Creative Writing Program Online Workshop & Info Session


Learn how to write your story and get published with our Maslow Graduate Creative Writing program, offering MA and MFA degrees in a variety of writing genres including fiction, non-fiction, poetry, playwriting, screenwriting and spoken word. Sessions are conveniently held via Zoom so you can hear more about our program,…

Ed.D Information Session


Learn more about our Doctor in Educational Leadership program by attending one of our upcoming information sessions. Sessions are conveniently held via Zoom so you can hear more about our program, meet our faculty and review the admissions process without leaving home.

Headlines of Your Life

Learn how to use adapted techniques from the journalist's toolbox to write true stories from your own life. Kickstart your personal essay and memoir writing in this accessible workshop where we will experiment with tools adapted from journalism to help you write a personal essay that embodies the emotional truth of…


Calling all Writers!

Kirby Hall 202 S River St, , PA 18701, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States

Come learn how to write your story and get published with the nationally ranked Maslow Graduate Creative Writing program on Tuesday, October 18 at 11am in Kirby Hall Salon. Meet the program director and hear about our unique approach to writing and how to enroll in an upcoming, low-residency cohort.…

Painless Novel Writing

To many writers, plotting a novel is like a soul-killing outline complete with Roman Numerals and specified indentations. Yet, to sit down at a computer and begin working without any intention—other than to write a novel—often ends with an unfinished manuscript and a frustrated author. This workshop helps break down the…


The Writers’ Block

This workshop offers supportive space for fiction writers (or writers of any genre) to have accountability as they approach literary projects. Students create a four-week goal for their new works or works-in-progress, then meet their targets with the support of peers and instructor. Each class will include writing tips and…


2022 Pownall Lecture

Stark Learning Center 150 S River St, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States

Using Machine Learning to Improve Quantum Chemistry and to Advance Student Learning PRESENTED BY DAVID YARON, PHD STARK LEARNING CENTER 105 Learn more about how data science impacts two distinct research areas that address long-standing challenges in chemistry: quantum chemistry and student learning. Tools of deep machine learning can help…


Writing Hard Stories in Memoir

Life’s challenging experiences – grief, illness, trauma, loss of all kinds – are often the subject in memoir and nonfiction. Accessing these stories and bringing them to the page poses challenges emotionally and creatively. In this five-week workshop, we will learn techniques for telling our hard stories. Self-care for writers…


Earth and Environmental Science Day

Wilkes University 84 West South Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States

EES day give you and your high school students the opportunity to: - Join our faculty experts for discussions and hands-on activities.- Explore labs in the Cohen Science Center- Learn about career opportunities in the geosciences- Enjoy a free lunch in the dining hall Register for EES Day

Maintaining Hope in Adversity: 5th Annual Diversity & Inclusion Student Conference

Wilkes University 84 West South Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States

Raise awareness of and develop competency in diversity and social justice topics at our 5th annual installment of the Diversity & Inclusion student conference! This year's keynote speaker will be Rev. Shawn Walker.Certificates of completion will be given at the end of the conference.

Creative Writing Program Online Information Session


Learn more about the Maslow Graduate Creative Writing Program during our online information session! Meet the program director, hear about our approach to writing and review the admissions process without leaving your home. Sessions are conveniently held via Zoom.