La Roche's Center for Lifelong Learning to be named for late President Sister Candace Introcaso
By Julia Felton | Tribune-Review | June 6, 2023
La Roche University will name its Center for Lifelong Learning after its late president, Sister Candace Introcaso, who died last month.
The center, established in 2021, offers a variety of classes, workshops and community programs for adults 50 and older, youth and professionals at various stages of their careers.
A projected 25% of Western Pennsylvanians will be 65 or older by 2030, and “many of these people still want to be very involved and engaged in understanding society, life and God’s creation,” said Acting President and Provost Howard Ishiyama.
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Pictured: Sister Candace Introcaso, president of La Roche University, reacts after unveiling a multimillion-dollar renovation of the Palumbo Science Center on Friday, Jan. 10, 2020. (Kristina Serafini/Tribune-Review)