With autism diagnoses on the rise, educators who are qualified to teach students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) become increasingly valuable in the schools they serve. Holy Family University now offers an autism endorsement for certified teachers seeking advanced and specialized training to improve their ability to deal with complex classroom settings to include ASD.
Holy Family University will hold “Literacy Opens Minds”, a conference for the community that focuses on ways to improve reading skills and comprehension in children and young adults.
The conference features a keynote address from highly acclaimed children’s author Sneed Collard III, who has written more than 30 books including one of Booklist magazine’s Top 10 Children’s Science Books - The Forest in the Clouds.
Holy Family University is pleased to announce the appointment of J. Barry Dickinson, PhD, as Dean for the School of Business Administration.
Dickinson, of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, was formerly Director of Graduate Programs and an Assistant Professor of Marketing in Holy Family’s School of Business Administration.
Objects as varied as copper wire, x-ray images, metal prints, music, and computer generated materials are used in surprising artistic ways in a mixed media exhibition called Techknowledge at Holy Family University.
From September 4-26, Holy Family University Art Gallery will host various works of six artists from The Philadelphia Chapter of the Women’s Caucus for Art, a national organization committed to educating the public about the artistic contributions of women.
Holy Family University was named one of the Best of Bucks in the colleges and universities category in Bucks County for a second year in a Bucks County Courier Times readers choice survey.
Students at Holy Family University’s Newtown and Woodhaven locations were instrumental in helping Holy Family make the list by casting votes in favor of the University in a show of school pride.