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Dec 1, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

In Podcast, Warner Interviews Author of Booker Prize-winning Novel

Jim Warner, adjunct professor of English, interviewed author Marlon James earlier last week on Warner’s podcast, Citizen Lit. James’ novel A Brief History of Seven Killings, a decades-spanning epic that explores a failed assassination attempt on Bob Marley and the tumultuous years in Jamaica that...

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Nov 20, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

In 'Essence', Dr. Campbell Speaks on Importance of Friendships

Adjunct Professor of Psychology Dr. Monica Campbell was quoted in the November issue of Essence magazine in an article discussing the necessity of friendship, particularly among African American women, and different ways to nurture it during the holidays. Friendships can be challenging, but it...

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Nov 18, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

Dr. Moore Examines Scientific Reliability on 270-Researcher Team

Assistant Professor of Psychology Dr. Katherine Moore is one of 270 researchers published in a Science Magazine article for her work with the Reproducibility Project: Psychology (RPP), which replicates previously published studies and compares the results to the original findings. The study was...

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Nov 11, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

McKeehen ’13 Wins World Series of Poker Main Event

The poker world has a new champion. Joe McKeehen '13 won the 2015 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event, which concluded on Nov. 11. He bested a field of 6,420 players to take home the top prize of $7.6 million and the coveted WSOP bracelet during the ESPN-televised event. In the final...

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Nov 9, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

Heading into Second Night of WSOP Final Table, McKeehen ’13 Extends Chip Lead

When the first day of the World Series of Poker’s final table ended, Joe McKeehen ’13 was exactly where he was when it began: leading in chips. Last night’s action, which began with nine players, saw three players knocked out. As the WSOP resumes this evening (Nov. 9), McKeehen holds more than...

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Nov 4, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

MTV.com: Moran Analyzes Decomposition on ‘The Walking Dead’

As assistant director of the forensic science program, Kimberlee Moran typically studies the recently deceased. On MTV.com this week, she switches that analysis to the recently undead. In “An Expert Explains The ‘Walking Dead’ Timeline Of Zombie Decay,” Moran discusses the accuracies and...

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Nov 3, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

Ed.D. Candidate Majewski Named Finalist for ‘Best in Education’ Prize

Anthony Majewski, a candidate for the Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, placed in the top three finalists for the Escalante-Gradillas Best in Education Prize, a nationwide prize that rewards educators who “exemplify the commitment to learning, discipline, and character-building,” according to the...

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Oct 27, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

NBC10 Quotes Moran on Toddler Forensic Investigation

Kimberlee Moran, assistant director of the forensic science program, was interviewed by NBC10 on the forensic investigation of Brendan Creato, the three year-old found dead in Cooper River Park near his home in Haddon Township, N.J., in October. Moran, who also spoke on the case with...

Sep 30, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

Landberg Makes Headlines for Conservation Work with Snapping Turtles

Dr. Tobias Landberg, assistant professor of biology, was featured in several Connecticut news outlets over the summer for his work with researchers from Mystic Aquarium and Tributary Mill Conservancy in Old Lyme, Conn., studying snapping turtles. The Hartford Courant cited Landberg’s assessments...

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Aug 18, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

Paradis’ Account of Black Union Infantry Highlighted in Military Images

Dr. James M. Paradis, adjunct professor of history, was quoted in the Summer 2015 issue of Military Images, a magazine dedicated to the photographic history of the Civil War. The article details the history of the 6th United States Colored Infantry, one of 11 regiments to train at Camp William...

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Aug 17, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

Dr. Belcher’s Son Marries at Castle; Wedding Featured in Philadelphia Inquirer

As part of its weekly spotlight on area weddings, The Philadelphia Inquirer highlighted a ceremony at Grey Towers Castle between Allison Watman and Eric Belcher, son of former Professor of History Dr. Gerald L. Belcher, who passed away in 1991. A graduate of Ringling Bros. and Barnum &...

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Aug 14, 2015 Christopher Sarachilli

In Editorial, DiPrinzio Addresses the Exclamation Point

Daniel DiPrinzio, director of communications, published “Goodbye, Exclamation Point” in the Aug. 9 Philadelphia Inquirer. The editorial was reprinted in the Chicago Tribune, Tampa Bay Times, and outlets in Georgia, Iowa, Massachusetts, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina,...