Plaudits

Aug 23, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Bates ’18 Awarded National Scholarship for Student Teachers

In August, Early Elementary and Special Education student Olivia Bates ’18 was awarded the J. Jay Hostetler Scholarship for undergraduate student teachers from the international honor society Kappa Delta Pi. Bates was one of 38 students selected nationwide to receive the $500 scholarship....

Aug 22, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Cox Responds to Charlottesville Protest in ‘500 Pens’ Feature

500 Pens featured International Peace and Conflict Resolution Program Director Dr. Amy Cox in a recent article discussing how to confront hatred and bigotry in daily life. A response to the Charlottesville protest, the piece focuses on how individuals can ease tensions in hostile situations:...

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Aug 7, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Damario ’18M Recognized for Cognitive Therapy Certification Score

Counseling student Marc Damario ’18M was lauded by the Community Behavioral Health of Philadelphia and the Beck Community Initiative on July 14 for earning this year’s highest score on the Cognitive Therapy Rating Scale (CTRS) in Philadelphia. He is the first Arcadia student in the program’s...

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Aug 2, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Waters Named Treasurer of CUPA Chapter, Elliot to Present on Talent at Conference

Kate Waters, human resources specialist, was selected as treasurer of the Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware Chapter of College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR). An honor normally reserved for high-level HR professionals, the appointment is a...

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Aug 1, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Curotto Expands Electronic Structure Research through Monte Carlo Workshop

Dr. Manny Curotto, professor and chair of chemistry and physics, attended the Telluride Science Research Center’s annual workshop on Monte Carlo methods for electronic structure theory this July. The conference gave Dr. Curotto the opportunity to hear from experts in the field and compare their...

Jul 27, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Inquirer Raves about John Hathaway Gallery Show

On July 27, The Philadelphia Inquirer published a rave review of the Arcadia Art Gallery exhibition “John Hathaway: Studies, Drawings, Paintings, Prints,” on display in the Commons Art Gallery and Great Room Lobby through Sept. 17. “This is the kind of serious appreciation of a Philadelphia...

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Jul 26, 2017 Jen Retter

McGovern, Smith Publish Immunity Verification Research

Student Health Services Director Kathy McGovern, MSN, CRNP and Assistant Director Theresa Smith, MSN, CRNP published “Proof of Immunity Requirements for Health Care Providers and Students: A Guide” in Consultant360, a multimedia platform for primary care professionals. Over the past nine years...

Jul 21, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Reale Publishes Poetry Collection on Delirium Tremens

Michelle Reale, associate professor and faculty librarian for English and Music, recently published a collection of poems, All These Things Were Real: Poems of Delirium Tremens, through West Philly Press. This compilation of autoethnographic poems focus on her experience of watching her son...

Jul 6, 2017 Jen Retter

Dr. Rosoff Presents 'Advice for High School Girls' at Conference

On June 23, Dr. Nancy Rosoff, dean of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies, presented “Career Girls and Homemakers: Advice for High School Girls” at the Society for the History of Children and Youth’s ninth biennial conference at Rutgers University. This year’s theme, “Transition, Transaction, and...

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Jun 16, 2017 Jen Retter

Dr. Kurthakoti Named Best Instructor of 2017 X-Culture Competition

Dr. Raghu Kurthakoti, assistant professor of Marketing in the School of Global Business, received a Best Instructor Award for his contributions to the 2017 X-Culture Competition, a large-scale learning exercise that provides students firsthand experience in international, virtual collaboration....

Jun 16, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Abboud Publishes Article with Middle East Policy Council

Dr. Samer Abboud, associate professor of Historical and Political Studies, published an editorial in the Middle East Policy Council on Syrian war economics and social change. "Syria’s war economies will shape post-conflict reconstruction efforts. Making the link clear between the impact of...

Jun 9, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Atkins’ Skewed Recognized as Top Summer Read

The Broad Street Review and Jewish Exponent touted Skewed: A Critical Thinker’s Guide to Media Bias, a recent book by Adjunct Professor of Journalism Larry Atkins, as a must-read. On May 15, the Broad Street Review declared that Skewed “is such an important book that arrives at a critical time...