The Holy Family University Art Gallery presents "Emotional Metamorphosis," paintings by senior Aliki Fanourgakis. The senior student art exhibit opens on Tuesday, April 16, and runs through April 27. An opening reception and meet and greet with the artist will take place on Tuesday, April 16, from 6–8 pm.
Historian Adam Levine has been digging into the history of the city’s sewers and drainage systems as a consultant to the Philadelphia Water Department since 1998. Levine will reveal a side of the city most Philadelphians have never seen in a free public lecture, “The History of Philadelphia’s Watersheds and Sewers.” The event will be held on Friday, April 26, at 7 pm at Holy Family University’s Northeast Philadelphia campus.
Beneficial Bank’s President and CEO, Gerard P. Cuddy, will be honored by Holy Family University with the 2013 Corporate Leadership Award.
University President Sister Francesca Onley, CSFN, PhD, will present the award during the Holy Family 20th Annual Scholarship Ball on Saturday, April 27, at the Sheraton Society Hill Hotel.
The Holy Family University Art Gallery presents “Revelations of the Unconscious Mind,” paintings by senior Stephanie Koszarek. The senior student art exhibit opens on Thursday, April 4, and runs through April 14. An opening reception and meet and greet with the artist will take place on Tuesday, April 9, from 6–8 pm.
A symposium addressing “Perspectives on Guns and Violence” will be held at the Newtown site of Holy Family University on Saturday, April 6, from 9 am to 12:30 pm.
The special event will include perspectives from those who work in law, law enforcement, politics, as well as those who teach criminal justice at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The speakers will address the nature of gun violence, its extent, consequences, and prevention efforts. The program will be presented in the form of a town hall meeting and questions will be encouraged.
The Holy Family University Art Gallery presents “Mortal Vestige, Immortal Flight,” a solo show by artist Jennie Kimbrough. The exhibit opens on Friday, March 1, and runs through April 1. An opening reception and meet and greet with the artist will take place on Tuesday, March 19, from 6-9 pm.
Holy Family University has won three 2013 CUPPIE Awards for Creative Excellence in Marketing and Communications in Education from CUPRAP, the Association for Communicators in Education, a professional organization with 100 member institutions in the Mid-Atlantic region.
The new undergraduate viewbook "Perform with Purpose" and the Holy Family Magazine feature "Learning by Doing" earned silver awards. An advertisement for charitable giving to the University called "Loaves + Fishes" won a bronze.
Students from Holy Family University’s Habitat for Humanity chapter will build and renovate houses in New Mexico during Alternative Spring Break this year March 4 through 8.
This year, 27 students and three chaperones will split into two groups and work in separate destinations as part of the Habitat for Humanity Collegiate Challenge. They will fly to Albuquerque, NM, and then drive to Taos. Fifty students applied for the trip. From that number, 27 were chosen based on their academic standing, essay, and interview.
Five faculty members received competitive grants to conduct scholarly research at Holy Family University. University President Sister Francesca Onley, CSFN, PhD, announced the winners of the 2013 Ray L. Taylor Memorial Awards at an all-campus gathering on Monday, January 28.
The Taylor awards will support faculty projects from a range of disciplines—nursing, business, and education. The grants offset the cost of travel, equipment, professional services, or other costs associated with their scholarly research.
Assistant Professor of Nursing Boas Yu, EdD, presented “The Effect of Meditation on Power and Well-being” at the 2012 American Public Health Association (APHA) Conference in San Francisco.
Dr. Yu also presented at the 2012 Sigma Theta Tau International Leadership Forum. That presentation was titled “Transforming Leadership to Achieve a Culture of Oneness.”