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School of Business To Host Forum on Mexico

Holy Family University’s School of Business Administration and Extended Learning will host “Mexico’s Legal and Business Forum,” a symposium sponsored by The United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm at its Woodhaven site in Bensalem, PA.

“Desert Textures” on Display in Art Gallery

Holy Family University’s Art Gallery presents “Desert Textures” a show by award-winning photographer Samuel Fee. The exhibit runs from October 2—30, with an artist reception held on Tuesday, October 8, from 7-9 pm.

Holy Family Partners with St. Hubert High School

Administrators from St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls, located in Northeast Philadelphia, joined officials from Holy Family University to sign an agreement that enters both schools into a collaborative educational partnership. The agreement consists of three components, including admissions and scholarship, a university and dual credit agreement, and continuing education. The partnership reinforces the commitment of both schools to offer advanced educational opportunities for the personal and intellectual growth of their students and faculty.

Father James MacNew Wins St. John Neumann Award

Holy Family University Spiritual Director Father James MacNew, OSFS, has been named the recipient of the St. John Neumann Medal, presented by the Knights of Columbus. Father MacNew will receive the award on Wednesday, September 18, following the 7 pm Mass at Assumption BVM Church in Feasterville.

Holy Family Partners with New Foundations Charter

Administrators from New Foundations Charter School, in Northeast Philadelphia, and officials from Holy Family University signed an agreement that enters both schools into a collaborative educational partnership. The agreement consists of three components, including admissions and scholarship, a university and dual credit agreement, and continuing education. The partnership reinforces the commitment of both schools to offer advanced educational opportunities for the personal and intellectual growth of their students and faculty.

University Community Rallies in the Wake of NCTQ Report

We’ve been touched by the responses that we’ve received regarding our rebuttal of the NCTQ’s June report and wanted to share them with you. The first selection is an Op-Ed piece that one of our former education professors submitted to the Philadelphia Inquirer (which has yet to be published). Beyond that piece, we’ve selected other comments of support to share with you all. 

Holy Family rallies for Bennett Anthony Pellegrino

Holy Family Sports Information Director Greg Pellegrino and his wife Mary welcomed their first child-Bennett-into the world on June 12.

According to Greg, "Bennett was born 3.5 months premature after Mary was rushed to Abington Memorial Hospital and was diagnosed with HELLP Syndrome." He continues, "The wonderful neonatologists explained that, for the well being of both mother and son, Bennett would be arriving earlier than anyone had anticipated."

Holy Family University Refutes Controversial NCTQ Report

The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ), a private organization stating that it "advocates for reforms" on its website, released a controversial report on June 18, evaluating college and university teacher preparation programs. The report's conclusions were met with skepticism by colleges and universities across the nation because of the methodology for data collection and interpretation employed by NCTQ. Some institutions have pointed out that the study ranked programs that are non-existent. Such major errors indicate there was little or no quality control or fact checking of the data and results.

Holy Family Signs Partnership Agreement with Franklin Towne Charter

Today, administrators from Franklin Towne Charter High School, located in Philadelphia, joined officials from Holy Family University to sign an agreement that enters both schools into a collaborative educational partnership. The agreement consists of three components, including admissions and scholarship, a university and dual credit agreement, and continuing education. The partnership reinforces the commitment of both schools to offer advanced educational opportunities for the personal and intellectual growth of their students and faculty.

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