Faculty Experts

Jill Pederson

Aug 31, 2022 Emily Horowitz

Dr. Pederson Selected for Summer Institute on 16th Century Spanish Invasion of Mexico

by John DeRosier Dr. Jill Pederson, associate professor of Art History, was tapped by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute for higher education, “Worlds in Collision: Nahua and Spanish Pictorial Histories and Annals in 16th-Century Mexico,” to investigate indigenous...

Aug 15, 2022 Emily Horowitz

Dr. McClintock, Imel ‘23MPH, MMS Publish Research in ‘Nutrition and Health’

Dr. Heather McClintock, assistant professor of Public Health, and Brittany Imel ’23MPH, MMS published “Food insecurity and medication restricting behavior among persons with diabetes in the United States” in Nutrition and Health, an online, international, peer-reviewed journal. Their analysis...

Dr. Dina Pinsky, chair of the Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice Department

Aug 15, 2022 Emily Horowitz

Dr. Pinsky Publishes Paper in ‘Sex Education’

Dr. Dina Pinsky, chair of the Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice Department and associate professor of Sociology, recently published ‘Digitally mediated communication and school-based sex education in the USA’ in the international journal Sex Education. To determine how young people...

Dr. Fabio Oldoni, assistant professor of Forensic Science

Aug 5, 2022 Emily Horowitz

Dr. Oldoni, Forensic Science Alumna Publish Paper in ‘Journal of Forensic Sciences’

Dr. Fabio Oldoni, assistant professor of Forensic Science, and Yoon Jung Yang ’20, ‘21MSFS published “American Forensic DNA Practitioners' Opinion on Activity Level Evaluative Reporting” in the July issue of the Journal of Forensic Sciences, the official journal of the American Academy of Forensic...

Dr. Margaret Longacre, associate professor and chair of Public Health, is set to speak at a webinar

Jul 14, 2022 Emily Horowitz

Dr. Longacre, Sweeney, Cygan to Speak at Aug. 2 Oncology Caregiving Webinar

Dr. Margaret Longacre, associate professor and chair of Public Health, is set to speak at a webinar on Aug. 2 about oncology caregiving. Hosted by the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship Cancer Policy & Advocacy Team (NCCS CPAT), the webinar will also feature Mary Sweeney, vice...

Jul 11, 2022 Emily Horowitz

Dr. Mathers-Lowery Studies the Power of Nature, Publishes in Frontiers in Psychology

Profound experiences with nature are shown to facilitate pro-environmental behavior later in life, according to research co-authored by Becky Mathers-Lowery, Ph.D., post-doctoral researcher, USTRIVE program. “The Power of a Profound Experience With Nature: Living With Meaning,” by Dr. Mathers-...

Jul 7, 2022 Emily Horowitz

Dr. Appelbaum’s Soundscapes Selected for Queer Ecologies Art Exhibition

A collection of “sound walks” by Peter Appelbaum, Ph.D., professor of Education and director of Education Studies and Art Education Programs, is to be included in Queer Ecologies, an indoor and outdoor art exhibition at two sites in Philadelphia this summer. Dr. Appelbaum’s We’re Where? Hear...

Jun 7, 2022 Daniel DiPrinzio

Dr. Shandell Speaks on African American Artists on “Adventures in Theater History: Philadelphia” Podcast

Dr. Jonathan Shandell, associate professor of Theater Arts at Arcadia University, appeared June 3 on the podcast "Adventures in Theater History: Philadelphia." On this episode of the podcast, Philadelphia theater historian Peter Schmitz leads a conversation inspired by Dr. Shandell's article, "...

Dr. Jill Pederson

Aug 30, 2021 Daniel DiPrinzio

Dr. Pederson Publishes Book on Leonardo da Vinci, Speaks on Australia Radio on Mona Lisa

Dr. Jill Pederson, associate professor of Art History, this summer published "Leonardo, Bramante, and the Academia: Art and Friendship in Fifteenth-Century Milan" (2021, Harvey Miller/ Brepols), the first study to provide a comprehensive historical and theoretical account of the long-debated,...

Arcadia University Favian Guertin Martin with two male students and Crooked Eye brewer with pitcher

Jul 29, 2021 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Guertin-Martin Discusses Local Brews in UK Based Magazine

By Katherine Haines '21, '22 Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Dr. Favian Guertin-Martin was featured by UK-based Pellicle Magazine in a July 14 article focusing on Forest & Main Brewing Company in Ambler.  Writer Anne Wallentine digs into the history and inner workings of...

Arcadia University professor Dr. Teta Barry

Jul 28, 2021 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Barry Receives Ellington Beavers Award for Study on Empathy in Care Workers

By Rikki Rosenthal '21 Undergraduate Healthcare Administration Program Director and School of Global Business Associate Professor Dr. Teta Barry received the Ellington Beavers Fund for Intellectual Inquiry for her study on job satisfaction, empathy, and stress management in direct care aides...

Brain scan from the Attention, Memory, and Cognition Labs

Jul 27, 2021 Caitlin Burns

Psychology Faculty, Students Conduct In-person Lab Research on CBD Treatment, Synesthesia, and Aphantasia

By Katherine Haines '21, '22 Assistant Professors of Psychology Dr. Juan Duque and Dr. Logan Fields, Associate Professor of Psychology  Dr. Katherine Moore, and Professor of Psychology Dr. Steve Robbins are collaborating this summer with students to conduct in-person laboratory research...