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Jan 22, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Tate Discusses Shoulder Injury Prevention in Swimming World

Dr. Angela Tate, adjunct professor of Physical Therapy, was interviewed by Swimming World Magazine for her research on preventing overuse injuries in swimmers. Dr. Tate discusses her methods for conducting research, as well as what types of physical therapy and exercise may help swimmers avoid...

Jan 3, 2019 Jennifer Retter

Glaccum Discusses Gender and Sexuality in ‘Warplay’

Kevin Glaccum, adjunct professor of Theater Arts at Arcadia and artistic director of the Azuka Theatre Company, was interviewed by Philadelphia Magazine on Nov. 8. “LGBTQ&A: Kevin Glaccum” focused on Glaccum’s directorial work for Azuka Theatre’s Warplay production, which re-imagined Greek...

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Dec 20, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Adjovi Interviewed After Diplomatic Incident in Hungary

Roland Adjovi, assistant professor of Historical and Political Studies and a member of the United Nations’ Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, was featured in several international news publications after the group’s trip to Hungary was cut short when they were illegally denied access to “transit...

Dec 18, 2018 Jennifer Retter

Dr. Siskind Organizes Urban History Association Conference

Dr. Peter Siskind, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, assistant professor of History, and executive director of the Urban History Association (UHA), was a primary organizer of UHA’s Ninth Biennial Conference, held in Columbia, S.C. from Oct. 18 to 21. More than 400 scholars...

Dec 12, 2018 Jennifer Retter

Dr. Shandell Featured on African American Studies Podcast for Book

Dr. Jonathan Shandell, associate professor and co-director of Theater Arts, was featured in an episode of the "New Books on African American Studies" podcast. Dr. Shandell discussed his new novel, The American Negro Theatre and the Long Civil Rights Era, which unpacks the legacy of the American...

Dec 10, 2018 Jennifer Retter

Dr. Campbell Presents At Popular & American Culture Conference

Dr. Bruce Campbell, associate professor of Education, presented “What Does the Soundtrack of the Revolution Sound Like?” during the Race, Revolution, and Hip-Hop session of the 2018 Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association Conference held in Baltimore, Md., on Nov. 10. Dr....

Nov 30, 2018 Jennifer Retter

Dr. McClure Contributes to Guidelines for Concussion Treatment

Dr. Phil McClure, professor and chair of Physical Therapy, was featured in Business Wire’s “MedRisk’s ISAB Creates Guidelines for Treating Concussion Symptoms,” an article analyzing the first vestibular therapy guidelines for workers suffering from concussions. Dr. McClure is an advisor to MedRisk...

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Nov 20, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Moore, Oguz ’18 Research Musician Cognition

Dr. Katherine Moore, assistant professor of Psychology, Pinar Oguz ’18, and Jim Meyer, of Elmhurst College, published “Superior Fluid Cognition in Trained Musicians” in Sage Journals on Nov. 9. Their research explores the relationship between trained musicians and fluid intelligence, or the ability...

Nov 13, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Kantak Receives Grant to Study Stroke Hand Function Recovery

How often do you use one hand to complete an activity? Not often, according to Dr. Shailesh Kantak, assistant professor of Physical Therapy. The dependency on using both hands to complete most tasks of daily living– from putting on socks in the morning to pulling up the bedsheets at night– is what...

Oct 22, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Oatis Featured in Wiley’s Research Headlines

Dr. Carol Oatis, professor of Physical Therapy, published her research on Total Knee Replacement therapy with Wiley’s Arthritis Care & Research. Dr. Oatis’ research, "Characteristics of Usual Physical Therapy post Total Knee Replacement (TKO) and Their Associations with Functional Outcomes...

Oct 22, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Campbell’s “Get Your Groove On” Highlighted by Business Education Association

Dr. Bruce Campbell, associate professor in the School of Education, was featured in the September 2018 issue of the National Business Education Association’s (NBEA) Keying In for his Preview course, “Get Your Groove On: Exploring the Urban Music Scene in London and Philadelphia.” The Preview...

Sep 25, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Loeffler a Finalist in Artisan Series Art Competition

Carole Loeffler, associate professor and chair of Visual and Performing Arts, was selected as a finalist in the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series, which displayed her “it's fine, I'm fine” artwork from Aug. 31 to Sept. 14 at Arch Enemy Arts in Philadelphia. Public voting for the final art pieces is...