Faculty

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 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...

Jul 12, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Bartoli Appointed as Chair of Psychology and Counseling Accrediting Body

Dr. Eleonora Bartoli, associate professor and director of Arcadia’s Master’s program in Counseling, was selected to chair the Masters in Psychology and Counseling Accreditation Council (MPCAC) after chairing its Masters in Counseling Accreditation Committee since 2013. As chair, Dr. Bartoli will...

Jun 22, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Marion Cohen Publishes New Poetry Books

Marion Cohen, adjunct professor of Mathematics, is celebrating the release of her 25th and 26th published books, Closer to Dying and What I’m Wearing Today. Both books highlight Cohen’s passion for poetry, while merging it with other interests and observations. Closer to Dying, an unthemed...

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.

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Jun 9, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Campbell’s Music Course Featured In Philadelphia Tribune

Dr. Bruce Campbell, assistant professor in the School of Education, was featured in the Philadelphia Tribune on May 25 for a story on his innovative methods of incorporating hip-hop music into the classroom and his influence in the Philadelphia music scene. The story also discusses Campbell’s work...

Linda Ruth Paskell (bottom row, center) with widows in Pemba, Mozambique.

Apr 20, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Paskell Selected as Artist-in-Residence for Moroccan Art Initiative

School of Education professor Linda Ruth Paskell '81, '96M.Ed. will be the Artist-in-Residency at the Green Olive Arts in Tetouan, Morocco, this July as she continues her photography project, “Color of Poverty.” This project brings awareness about struggles facing women in poverty around...

Mar 30, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Abbey Ryan Performs Live Painting Demonstration on April 1

Abbey Ryan ’03, assistant professor of art, will perform a live painting demonstration on Friday, April 1 in Grey Towers Castle from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Ryan began conducting live painting demonstrations in 2011 to honor the memory of Jami Rodriguez '00. Each year, the proceeds from the auction of...

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Mar 3, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Loury Examines Role of Higher Education in African American Communities

Dr. Doreen Loury, assistant professor of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice, is a panelist in the 46th annual Pennsylvania Black Conference on Higher Education, “Black Lives Matter: Critical Dialogue for the Greater Good Post Brown & Martin,” in Philadelphia on March 3. The panel...

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Feb 8, 2016 Caitlin Burns

Adjovi Speaks with World News Outlets on UN’s Opinion on Assange

Roland Adjovi, assistant professor of historical and political studies, spoke with several international news organizations on Feb. 5 as second vice chairman of the United Nations expert panel, The Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, in the hearing of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. In...

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...