Magazine Feature

Scan of King's pear tree, pati hill collection

May 26, 2021 Caitlin Burns

Pati Hill collection, scan of swan wing

May 26, 2021 Caitlin Burns

The Pati Hill Collection
Default News Image

Jan 5, 2021 Caitlin Burns

The Importance of Endowed Scholarships

This feature story appeared in the 2020 Winter Arcadia magazine supplement, "Why We Give: The Impact of Philanthropy," and showcases the importance of endowed scholarships on student success.   Kevin G. Shollenberger ’88 (left) discovered his passion for Psychobiology and...

Mar 21, 2018 Jen Retter

Dr. Ajay Nair Named 22nd President of Arcadia University

GLENSIDE, Pa. (December 7, 2017)– After a national search, Arcadia University is proud to announce that Ajay Nair, Ph.D., has been named the institution’s 22nd president. A nationally recognized expert in student affairs issues and an accomplished social justice, race, and ethnicity scholar, Dr....

Default News Image

Jan 18, 2018 Daniel Brumbach

Opening a Cold Case

On August 12, 1995, six-year-old Rosie Tapia was abducted from her bedroom in Salt Lake City, Utah. The next day, her body was found in the nearby Jordan River. In the fall 2017 semester, Arcadia students in Dr. Allan Branson’s criminal justice course investigated the case, which has been...

Default News Image

Jun 20, 2017 Susan Gettlin

From the Board of Trustees

To the Arcadia and Beaver Alumni Community A common element shared by many members of this close-knit University community—from students, alumni, faculty, staff, families, friends, and Trustees—is a passion for Beaver College and Arcadia University. This passion has driven, and will...

Default News Image

Jun 20, 2017 Susan Gettlin

Bravo! Theater Program Vitalizes Visual and Performing Arts

The award-winning actors, directors, composers, playwrights, and producers who shape Arcadia’s Theater Arts program aren’t merely putting the University’s MainStage Theater on the map. Home to a Barrymore Award winner, a Philadelphia Fringe Festival playwright, and a nationally recognized actress,...

Default News Image

Jun 20, 2017 Susan Gettlin

Bridging Connections

A public art project brings together Arcadia students, businesses, residents, and the Glenside community. By Lini S. Kadaba Standing a few rungs up a ladder on a crisp April afternoon, Kalee Shomo ’19 dips an ample brush in a cup of light gray. The Interior Design major drags the...

Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Sandra Crenshaw with Class of 2017 graduate Jordan Cameron.

May 23, 2017 Caitlin Burns

Celebrating Arcadia University’s Class of 2017

At Arcadia University’s Commencement ceremonies on May 18 and 19, more than 900 graduates of the Class of 2017 were encouraged to seize opportunities and break down barriers in their career and civic engagement endeavors. President Nicolette DeVille Christensen presided over the Graduate and...

Default News Image

Jan 15, 2017 Susan Gettlin

Dr. Cameron Recounts Deployment with Red Cross

Dr. Samuel “Sam” Cameron joined Arcadia in 1964 as assistant professor of Psychology and clinical psychologist to the College. During his career at Arcadia, Dr. Cameron originated and directed the Department of Psychology’s master’s program in counseling; directed nine National...

Default News Image

Oct 18, 2016 Farrah Bradley

Smithsonian Institution Hosts Retrospective Exhibition of Kay WalkingStick ’59, ’11H

Artist Kay WalkingStick ’59, ’11H led alumni through a journey of art discovery in her retrospective, Kay WalkingStick: An American Artist, at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., on April 5. Beginning with her art from the 1970s, the retrospective...

Default News Image

Oct 14, 2016 Daniel Brumbach

Reflections on a 45-year tenure at Arcadia University

In her 45 years of service to Arcadia University, Dr. Barbara Nodine served in many positions, including professor of Psychology, chair of the Psychology department, interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and provost and vice president for Academic Affairs. Dr. Nodine was named Professor...