Scholarly & Creative

Arcadia University adjunct professor Larry Atkins

Sep 18, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Atkins Publishes Op-Eds on Pandemic and Social Justice

Over the summer, Adjunct Professor of English Larry Atkins published three op-eds about the pandemic and recent social justice movements.  On June 25, Atkins discussed President Trump’s aversion to wearing a mask and his strategy to change in an op-ed in the New York Daily News, where he...

Arcadia University professor Marianne Miserandino

Sep 17, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Miserandino Publishes Chapter on Psychology’s Internship Program

By Katherine Haines '21 Dr. Marianne Miserandino, chair and professor of Psychology, authored a chapter in the book, High Impact Educational Practices: A Review of Best Practices with Illustrative Examples, published by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology.  Dr. Miserandino wrote...

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Sep 11, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Malloy Featured by Journal of Orthopaedic Research

By Josephine Mueller '21 Dr. Philip Malloy, assistant professor of Physical Therapy, published the article “1.5 T magnetic resonance imaging generates accurate 3D proximal femoral models: Surgical planning implications for femoroacetabular impingement” in the September edition of the Journal of...

Arcadia University CIO Rashmi Radhakrishnan

Sep 3, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Radhakrishnan Featured on Chronicle of Higher Ed Panel

The Chronicle of Higher Education featured Vice President and Chief Information Officer Rashmi Radhakrishnan to serve on an industry panel on Sept. 3.  The virtual forum hosted by senior Chronicle reporter Lee Gardner also featured panelists Michael Cato, chief information officer at...

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Sep 3, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Hickman and Dr. Wirth Publish in International Dyslexia Magazine

Dr. Peggy Hickman, associate professor of Education, and Dr. Kathy Wirth, adjunct professor of Education and program director of the Arcadia Community Learning Center (ACLC), recently had an article accepted for the October issue of Pennsylvania Branch International Dyslexia Association’s (PBIDA)...

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Aug 26, 2020 Caitlin Burns

SAJE Fellowship Welcomes First Cohort of Aspiring Educators of Color to Arcadia

By John Stuetz '20M The Social Action and Justice Education (SAJE) Fellowship will welcome nine aspiring educators of color to the Arcadia community this fall. The fellowship will provide preparatory programs and leadership training for SAJE fellows to teach in culturally and linguistically...

Arcadia President Ajay Nair outside Grey Towers Castle

Aug 25, 2020 Caitlin Burns

President Nair Named Minority Business Leader by Philadelphia Business Journal

Arcadia University President Ajay Nair has been named a 2020 Minority Business Leader by the Philadelphia Business Journal. The award recognizes the Philadelphia region's top minority business leaders based on demonstrated business success over the past 12 to 18 months. Dr. Nair is the first...

Arcadia University student Samantha Husik

Aug 20, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Husik ’20MEd Launches Holistic Education Podcast

“The education system is not going to change unless teachers start doing things within their own classrooms,” said Samantha Husik ’20MEd, discussing her plans to implement a holistic education style in her classroom.  Husik, an English teacher at Abington Senior High School, began exploring...

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Aug 13, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Olorunsaiye Publishes on Newborn Healthcare in Senegal

Dr. Comfort Z. Olorunsaiye, assistant professor of Public Health, published an article in the November 2020 issue of Midwifery journal titled, “Association between birth attendant and early newborn care in Senegal.” The article was co-authored with A-Mac Harris ’20MPH, as well as Dr. Korede...

Ahmadi among a group of women with certificates in hand.

Aug 12, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Ahmadi ’17 Finds Calling Through Fulbright Program

When Zahara Ahmadi ’17 graduated as an International Studies major with a concentration in Middle Eastern and African studies, she imagined a career in diplomacy.  As one of the first Fulbright English Teaching Assistant award recipients, along with Cliff Long ’17, Ahmadi planned to...

Lisa Browne holding a book and playing with her toddler son

Aug 4, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Browne ’20MEd Brings Racial Literacy into Classrooms with Colorful Stories

“I don't believe that children are blank canvases,” said early childhood educator Lisa Browne ’20MEd. “I think that they're bringing things to conversations and they're still making meaning of the world around them, as well as how they fit into the world.” That’s why she believes it’s integral...

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Jul 29, 2020 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Longacre Sees Pandemic Intensifying Caregiving Challenges

“Considering family caregivers and those they care for during this time of COVID-19 is vital,” said Dr. Margaret Longacre, chair of Public Health. “One decision somewhere can have varied impacts on others somewhere else because we are so interdependent.”  In the U.S., 11 million people, or...