Arcadia University News


July 15, 2011

Elwork '04M Reflects on First Editorial Experience at Book Reading, July 8

Paul Elwork ’04M returned to the Glenside campus July 8 to read from his book The Girl Who Would Speak for the Dead , which was published by Amy Einhorn Books (Penguin Group) in March. The even kicked off the Creative Writing Institute, a four-week program which gives students the opportunity to...

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July 15, 2011

Ferrara Named Morrisville Superintendent

William Ferrara , who earned a Superintendent Letter from Arcadia University in 2010, was recently elected as the Superintendent of Morrisville School District, as noted in The (Trenton, N.J.) Trentonian on July 6. The school board voted unanimously on Wednesday night (June 29) to hire acting...

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July 15, 2011

Aschim Featured in Handmade Philly

Sultana Aschim ’08 , owner of Sultana Maria Jewelry, was featured in Handmade Philly , an independent collective that encourages artists, crafters and designers to join Greater Philadelphia’s growing network of professional and amateur artists. Praised for her eco-friendly design that merges...

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July 15, 2011

Patch: Alum in 'Upper Dublin's Hidden Flower'

"No one leaves Cheryl Wilks’ home without a bouquet of fresh flowers— she insists," writes Somer Wiggins in the Upper Dublin Patch . Wilks, who earned a graphic design degree at Arcadia University, told Wiggins that she had intended to major in biology, but missed art. Now her passion is her...

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July 8, 2011

Elwork, Reale Converse on Conflict, Form and Philosophy

The Bird Sisters , a blog dedicated to artists and writers, recently featured a conversation between novelist Paul Elwork ’04M and fiction writer, poet and Faculty Librarian Michelle Reale ’ 96,’99M . The two Arcadia alums talk about creative philosophy and form as well as Reale’s thought-provoking...

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July 1, 2011

Alum Takes Her Forensic Science, DNA Skills to Alaska Lab

By Larry Atkins Jennifer Maryanopolis ’07M is a Forensic Scientist for the Alaska Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory. The disciplines in which she does casework include controlled substances toxicology, firearms/toolmarks biology, trace evidence, questioned documents, latent prints crime scene,...

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July 1, 2011

Young Alumni Lauded for Ugandan Rain Forest Project

Rebecca Goldstone ’01 received the 2011 Young Alumni Golden Disc for Distinguished Achievement Award at the Alumni Awards Presentation on June 4. Goldstone was given the honor for her work with the Kibale Fuel Wood Project . The award is presented annually to an alumna or alumnus of the last decade...

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