Honors Program

Arcadia University graduates Jane Miller and Amy Stringer with Helene Klein

Jul 1, 2021 Caitlin Burns

Honors Students and Alumni Thank Klein for Outstanding Mentorship

Assistant Dean for Honors and Accelerated Programs Helene Klein doesn’t expect thanks for the individualized attention and mentorship she provides to her students, but that’s exactly what she received when her graduate assistant presented her with a book of personalized messages.  These...

Arcadia University student Amy Stringer in her regalia outside Murphy Hall

May 17, 2021 Caitlin Burns

Amy Stringer: Master of Science in Forensic Science

Major: Master of Science in Forensic Science Favorite Arcadia memory: There are so many. I use to hold these game nights in the Fall 2019 [as an undergraduate biochemistry student]—had this awesome group of students that came into the honors program. They wanted to play Dungeons &...

Flyer for Dr. Boston panel

Feb 10, 2021 Caitlin Burns

Ferrier ’22 Joins Panel to Discuss American Hero

After months of researching local American hero Dr. Frank Erdman Boston, English major Leigh Ferrier ’22 will share what she’s learned at a panel on Thursday, Feb. 11 co-hosted by the Boston Legacy Foundation and Lansdale Public Library on Dr. Boston’s life and legacy. Dr. Boston was an American...

Because Arcadia blogger Mia Woo recording a vlog

Mia Woo Nov 12, 2020 1:18 pm

VLOG: 2020 and Me | TEDxArcadiaUniversity

This semester at Arcadia, I'm taking a class in which we organize our very own TEDx event: TEDxArcadiaUniversity! You'll get to hear all about it in this video, as well as my thoughts on 2020 and the *ahem* unique year it has been for all of us.

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Nov 11, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Miller ’21 Reflects on Time as Compass Editor

Biology/Pre-Forensic Science major Jane Miller ’21 is celebrating the release of the upcoming The Compass where she’s been editor-in-chief for the last three years.  This issue in particular is quite the achievement—originally slated for publication last spring, the issue got delayed due...

Arcadia Announces Tutoring Program for Children of Faculty and Staff

Tuesday, October 6, 2020 - 13:15

Arcadia students are looking to tutor children of University faculty and staff who might need homework help or enrichment.

This new project, which is a collaboration between the School of Education, Education Club, Learning Resource Network, Writing Center, Honors Program, and One Stop Shop, aims to support Arcadia students planning to enter the education field and Arcadia families that... Read More

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May 7, 2020 Jen Retter

#ArcadiaStrong: Faculty and Staff Standouts During COVID-19

We asked our social media followers to share outstanding faculty and staff experiences they've had in the wake of COVID-19.    "Jodi Bornstein has built a community for ED110 that has been super supportive."  "Kathy Trainor has been very supportive and...

Aliyah Pulley stands at the podium in the Laura Minerva Korman Mirror Room

Mar 26, 2020 Erin McLaughlin

Scholars, Donors Celebrate Endowed Scholarship Support at Arcadia

Aliyah Pulley ’23, an aspiring teacher, captivated the crowd on Thursday, March 5, when she shared her personal story of adversity, perseverance, triumph, and gratitude with scholarship supporters, fellow students, and University leadership during Arcadia’s Celebration of Scholarship event, held in...

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Denise Glick Mar 5, 2020 11:04 am

Bee-Lieve It: All About the Honors Program

I’m occasionally pretty clueless, and maybe that’s why I didn’t know Arcadia had an Honors program. After submitting my application, I got a letter in the mail congratulating me on my acceptance into the Honors program—the Honors program I didn’t know existed. I didn’t see anything...

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Dec 19, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Davis ’20 and ASIA and K-Pop Clubs Celebrate Asian Culture and Cuisine

Asian culture and cuisine were on the menu as part of a collaboration between the ASIA and K-Pop clubs on Nov. 19. Guests were treated to games and entertainment; food from India, Korea, the Philippines, and Japan; and Korean dances, taught by the K-Pop club.  Arcadia’s ASIA club represents...

Elizabeth Heiland with her poster at the conference.

Dec 9, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Honors Students Present on Holocaust, Migrant Children, and First Amendment at National Conference

Four students presented at the 54th National Collegiate Honors Conference (NCHC) in New Orleans from Nov. 6 to 10 on the rescue efforts of Jewish people during the Holocaust, the education of detained migrant children, the First Amendment and how it relations to American war memorials, and the need...

Katelin Decker Nov 11, 2019 11:05 pm

How to Motivate Your Team

Motivation is the intrinsic force that incites people to act, coming from a desire to accomplish a goal or meet a need. An ideally motivated workplace consists of a team whose individual desires are synonymous with the organization’s objective. Oftentimes employers utilize positive reinforcement,...