Nursing School Dean Updates Book for 2019

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Dr. Cynthia Russell, Dean of the School of Nursing and Allied Health Professions, recently updated and refocused her co-authored book, A Ministry of Care: Promoting Health in Your Faith Community. The book, originally published in 2004, is now more user friendly for faith communities.

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Rosen Explores the Criminalization of States in New Book

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Dr. Jonathan Rosen, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice in the School of Arts and Sciences, celebrated the release of his latest book, The Criminalization of States: The Relationship between States and Organized Crime. The piece was edited by Rosen, Bruce Bagley, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles, and Jorge Chabat, a professor in the Department of Pacific Studies at the University of Guadalajara.

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Eiler ’92, Lynch M’12, and Weightman '91 Win Lindback Award

generic teachingDenise (Piotrowski) Eiler ’92, Lisa Lynch M’12, and Gina (Domanico) Weightman '91, three Holy Family University alumni, were presented with the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teachers, which recognizes outstanding educators in the Greater Philadelphia area. Lindback Award honorees received $3,500 and were honored during the Foundation’s spring reception on May 21.

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Eric Nelson, MBA Named Vice President for Finance and Administration

Eric NelsonOn May 20, 2019, Holy Family University announced the appointment of Eric Nelson, MBA to the position of Vice President for Finance and Administration/Chief Financial Officer. Nelson will serve as a member of the Senior Administration, reporting directly to the President, and will be responsible for the operations and strategy that sustains and advances the financial well-being of the University and related functions. Nelson brings more than 25 years of financial leadership experience in both the corporate sector and higher education.

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Student Acting Takes Center Stage with Unique Course

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Aspiring thespians have the opportunity to showcase their talents on stage during the School of Arts and Sciences’ Acting class offered in the fall semester.

Students will spend the semester learning various acting and theatrical elements, including improv, monologues, and skits. Students will also take in the local Philadelphia theater scene with a field trip to see a performance. The semester’s coursework will conclude with a showcase comprised of various monologues and short scenes that will be open to the public.

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