Arcadia University News


October 1, 2010

Mangione Receives APTA's Lucy Blair Service Award

Dr. Kathleen K. Mangione , Professor of Physical Therapy, received the 2010 Lucy Blair Service Award for her exceptional contributions to the American Physical Therapy Association. The Lucy Blair Service Award acknowledges and honors physical therapist members of APTA whose contributions to the...

August 31, 2010

Bill Gates is Wrong; College Campuses Won't Fade Away, Writes Atkins

“Bill Gates is Wrong. College Campuses Will Not Fade Away,” writes Larry Atkins , Adjunct Professor of Journalism, on Aug. 25 for the Huffington Post . “Earlier this month, billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates predicated at a technology conference in Lake Tahoe, Calif., that in five years,...

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August 17, 2010

Arcadia Among Best in North in U.S. News Rankings

Arcadia University rises a notch among the Best Regional Universities in the North and is lauded in several other categories in the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges 2011 rankings, released Tuesday, Aug. 17. Regional Universities in the North —Arcadia University ranks 29th among the top...

August 3, 2010

Two Alumni Named Assistant Superintendents at Hatboro Horsham

Two Arcadia graduate alumni have been appointed as assistant superintendents by the Hatboro Horsham School Board, reported the Intelligencer Record on July 20 . John R. Nodecker , who received a superintendent’s letter of eligibility in 2005, will become the new assistant superintendent for...

education

July 19, 2010

Arcadia Student Organizes First Political Canvass

Obama Chronicles ( Bucks County Gets Ready | Obama Chronicles ) reported on July 6: “Jessica Milinichik, 20, is a summer organizer who splits her time between volunteering with OFA (Organizing for America) and interning for Rep. Patrick Murphy's re-election campaign. A Political Science major at...

March 22, 2010

Obama Speech at Arcadia Was #1 News Story of Week

When President Barack Obama spoke at Arcadia University on March 8—outside his motorcade jeered by protesters and inside his speech cheered by supporters—he made international news by accelerating the dialogue on the passage of health care reforms. It was the #1 news story of that week, propelling...