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"Holy Family University’s psychology program helped me excel in the classroom and beyond. With faculty support, I completed two internships to help underprivileged youth at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. I'm now looking to further my education in childhood development and psychopathology."

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Holy Family University Awarded Aim & Attain Near Completer Grant

Holy Family University will partner with the Bucks County Workforce Development Board in support of a $1.3 million Aim & Attain Near Completer Grant.

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The Superhero Project: Making Magical Connections through Cameras and Caring

Baby in arms and balloons in tow, Kelly Gallagher waved goodbye to the nurses at Holy Redeemer Hospital in suburban Philadelphia in 2008, buckled her daughter, Addyson (now 15), into her car seat and headed home for a happy life.  Two years later, she and her husband, Justin, repeated the process, welcoming son Ryan (now 14). But in the summer of 2014, 32 weeks into her pregnancy with twin sons, Gallagher ran into complications, delivering Connor (2 lbs., 11 oz.) and Curran (5 lbs., 1 oz.) prematurely. She was ill-prepared for the extended stay in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) that her twins required and equally ill-equipped to deal with the inevitable separation that the stay dictated.

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