Honors Symposium Showcases Student Research

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The Honors Program at Holy Family University will host its Honors Symposium on Friday, March 1 at 5 pm in the Education and Technology Center on the Northeast Campus.

Each Honors Program student is required to work on a research project with a faculty mentor as part of the Honors Program requirements. This event is the culmination of that research experience, where the Honors Program juniors are presenting their research projects.

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Rosen Publishes Pair of Works

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Dr. Jonathan Rosen, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice in the School of Arts and Sciences, and his co-author, Hanna Samir Kassab, released their latest collaborative book, Corruption, Institutions, and Fragile States. The book was published by Palgrave Macmillan. They previously published Drugs, Gangs, and Violence in September 2018.

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Getting to Know: Dr. Jane Whittington

JaneWhittington webStudents won’t forget Jane Whittington, PhD, or at least she hopes they won’t after sharing her expertise in eyewitness memory. Dr. Whittington is the newest member of the School of Arts and Science’s Psychology department, where a love of mentoring and fostering relationships has turned into a blossoming education career. Dr. Whittington sat down with Holy Family University to discuss her journey to HFU, her research, and her favorite podcast genre.

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A Year in Review: 2018

Holy Family University was blessed with good fortunes and positive outcomes throughout 2018. Students across a variety of disciplines participated in conferences and internships that boosted their classroom experience with experiential opportunities; faculty across each school published scholarly work that reinforces the academic quality and rigors, and the University was the recipient of numerous grants and gifts that will impact future generations of students. Here is a look back at some of our favorite moments.

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