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Aug 1, 2018 Jen Retter

Heads or Tails: Psychology Faculty ‘Flip’ Over Cellphones in Class

By Nicole Gieselman ’19 Two Arcadia faculty members are turning heads with a new method of eliminating unnecessary cellphone use in classrooms: positive reinforcement. “It can be really disheartening, as a professor, when you put so much time and effort into your course, and you see students...

Jul 30, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Campbell Named 2018 Norman Johnston Fellow

Dr. Bruce Campbell Jr., associate professor of Education, has started an ambitious project to connect leadership, music, and social justice with the help of the highly competitive Dr. Norman Johnston Faculty Fellowship in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Dr. Campbell’s project, “Dust +...

Jun 27, 2018 Jen Retter

Elliott Joins CUPA-HR Board

Senior HR Specialist David Elliott was appointed member-at-large on the Eastern Regional Board of Directors for the College and University Professionals Association of Higher Education (CUPA-HR). Starting in July, Elliott will represent Arcadia at the regional level while addressing workplace...

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Jun 19, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Rosoff Presents Research in London, Honored by Alumnae Association

Dean of Graduate and Undergraduate studies Dr. Nancy Rosoff has received several honors this summer. Moving through school: The role of sociability in British and American school and college stories, a research paper that Dr. Rosoff wrote in collaboration with Stephanie Spencer, professor of the...

Jun 14, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Brasof, Peterson '16 Publish Research on Youth Court

Assistant Professor of Education Dr. Marc Brasof and Special Education graduate Kate Peterson ‘16 published their research on student discipline in urban schools on May 9 in Psychology in the School. Titled “Creating procedural justice and legitimate authority within school discipline systems...

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May 15, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Psychology Students, Alumni, Dr. Brown Publish on Natural Talent and Hard Work

Psychology students Katie Jobson ’18 and Jennifer Link ’18, along with alumna Nicole Troy ’16 and Dr. Christina Brown, associate professor of Psychology, published their research, “Contextual and personal determinants of preferring success attributed to natural talent or striving,” with the Journal...

May 15, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Reale Reads Original Work at Calandra Institute’s Italian Poetry Series

Michelle Reale, associate professor and faculty librarian, read from her Birds of Sicily (2017) collection during the VIA/Italian Americana Night of Poetry at the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute at Queens College in New York City on April 20. Birds of Sicily, which explores the...

May 9, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Craik Presents Keynote Speech on Health Care and Physical Therapy

Dr. Rebecca Craik, dean of the College of Health Sciences, presented the keynote address at the sixth annual Southeast District Combined Sections Meeting on April 14 at Thomas Jefferson University. Her speech, “Still Not Satisfied,” was an update to her 2005 Mary McMillian address that examined...

May 8, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Quigley Brown Receives Outstanding Instruction Award

Clare Quigley Brown, adjunct professor of English, received the COCE Award for Outstanding Instruction from Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU).   SNHU noted that Brown’s personalized instruction and classroom innovation has allowed her students to thrive. She broadens her online...

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May 3, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Lee, Wentz ’18M Publish on Chinese Students Experience in American Society

Dr. Hsin-Hau (Cathy) Lee, assistant professor of Psychology, and Bethany Wentz ’18M, Counseling graduate student, published “Evaluation of a Pilot School-Based Group for Mandarin-Speaking Minors” in the International Journal for the Advancement of Counseling. The article examines Mandarin-...

Apr 24, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Reale Publishes New Book on the Perception of University Librarians

Michelle Reale, associate professor and faculty librarian, published “The Indispensable Academic Librarian: Teaching and Collaborating for Change,” a new book that challenges the way academic librarians are perceived within their institutions and discusses becoming a proactive educator and...

Apr 12, 2018 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Deshpande’s Book Takes a Critical Look at World Cinema

Dr. Shekhar Deshpande’s first book, World Cinema: A Critical Introduction, explores the depth and complexity of global film and serves as blueprint to transform casual encounters with film into systemic inquiries of world cinema. Co-authored with Meta Mazaj '97, cinema studies lecturer at the...