Plaudits

Robert Younger's Bypass #3 (left) and Leaning Bypass #2 (right) at "Unlisted." Photo by: Aaron Igler, Greenhouse Media

Aug 31, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Torchia Participates in “Unlisted” Exhibition at Crane Arts

Richard Torchia, Arcadia University Art Gallery director, was selected as one of 13 curators to participate in “Unlisted,” an exhibition hosted by Icebox Project Space and Marginal Utility. The show runs until Saturday, Sept. 10 at the Crane Arts Building in Philadelphia....

Aug 23, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Brasof Speaks about “Student Voice” in Civic Education on Canadian Podcast

Jean Courtney, leader of the student voice movement in Ontario, Canada who is a retired educator in the Ministry of Education, interviewed Dr. Marc Brasof, assistant professor of Education, about a lack of student voices in school policy and how this relates to teens being uninterested in civic...

Pati Hill, A Swan: An Opera in Nine Chapters, 1978. Photograph by Aaron Igler (Greenhouse Media), Courtesy the Estate of Pati Hi

Aug 23, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Torchia and Curator Catherine Morris Discuss the Legacy of Pati Hill

The Pew Center for Arts and Heritage recently invited Catherine Morris, curator of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, to talk about Pati Hill with Richard Torchia, Arcadia University Art Gallery director. Their conversation explores how Hill's use of the copier in the 1970s...

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Aug 22, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Arcadia Student Rows to College Success

Arcadia University student Maurice Scott ’17, a global securities and emergency management major, was featured in a Philadelphia Daily News article about Philadelphia City Rowing. The article, which showcased Scott’s exemplary rowing skills, also highlighted his participation in the men's D-Grade...

Aug 18, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Shandell Co-edits Anthology That Examines ‘Experiments in Democracy’

Jonathan Shandell, associate professor of Theater Arts, co-edited Experiments in Democracy: Interracial and Cross-Cultural Exchange in American Theater, 1912-1945, alongside Dr. Cheryl Black, professor of theatre and director of graduate studies at the University of Missouri. Published by Southern...

Aug 17, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Atkins Assesses State of Biased Media in New Book

Larry Atkins, adjunct professor of journalism, assesses the state of the media and the biases they present in his new book, Skewed: A Critical Thinker’s Guide to Media Bias. Released on Aug. 16, the book provides tools for the reader to critique media and better analyze the biases presented as...

Jul 21, 2016 Christopher Sarachilli

Dr. Eaton Receives Fulbright for Literary Research in Nova Scotia

Dr. Kalenda Eaton, 2016-2017 Fulbright Scholar from Arcadia University, has been awarded a J. William ​Fulbright Research Chair in Society and Culture at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This prestigious opportunity allows exceptional scholars to develop their areas of study at host...

Jul 18, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Abboud’s Book on Syria Featured on “Washington Post” List for Summer Reading

Dr. Samer Abboud’s new book, Syria, was featured in The Washington Post on June 29 in a story on the best books to read this summer on the Middle East. Published in October, Syria has been acclaimed as one of the most comprehensive reads about the Syrian war. “Samer Abboud’s Syria offers a...

Dr. Katherine Moore presents at SXSW on how technology might assist human attention in the future.

Jun 15, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Moore Discusses Research on Air with “Life Simplified”

Dr. Katherine Moore, assistant professor of Psychology and head of the Attention, Memory, and Cognition laboratory, was featured in the Bangor Daily News  “Life Simplified” a news column and radio show for her work concerning the limits of attention. During her interview, Dr. Moored focused on...

Jun 15, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Batchelor Receives Maybelle Longstreet Prize from Woodmere Art Museum

Betsey Batchelor, associate professor of Visual and Performing Arts, received the Maybelle Longstreet Prize from the Woodmere Art Museum for her painting “Pillar,” on display in the Woodmere Annual 75th Juried Exhibition “The Condition of Place.” The exhibition runs through August 28.

Jun 14, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Dalton Awarded Educational Achievement by NAACP

Judith Dalton, associate dean for Institutional Diversity, will be honored by the Cheltenham NAACP on June 26 as the recipient of the 2016 Educational Achievement Award for her work promoting cultural diversity in school communities. According to the Cheltenham NAACP board: “[Dalton’s] passion...

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Jun 9, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Landberg to Deliver Keynote at Biodiversity Weekend

Dr. Tobias Landberg, assistant professor of Biology, will be a keynote speaker at the Nantucket Biodiversity Initiative’s Citizen Science Weekend on June 10 in Nantucket, Mass. Dr. Landberg will present on the “Behavioral Ecology and Conservation of Snapping Turtles,” discussing his work...